Simple Fall Tablescape Inspiration

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With fall approaching, I wanted to make a simple, rustic, yet elegant fall tablescape for our dining room. When creating a seasonal tablescape, I love to focus more on capturing the feeling of the season rather than all of literal items that represent the season (I couldn’t resist putting small pumpkins on the table though- see if you can find them!)

I love to focus more on capturing the feeling of the season because it makes the tablescape seems more effortlessly beautiful in my opinion and it also results in less clutter to store for every season. I can easily reuse all of the pieces for a winter table setting as well.

To me, fall evokes a sense of coziness, calm, & a chance to reconnect after the busy summer season. I created this tablescape to celebrate chilly nights spent around the dinner table slowly savoring food & laughing together. In fall, we love to break out our slow cooker and start making heartier recipes like chili and roasts and spend our nights playing games or re-watching old favorite Halloween movies.

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We owned the majority of these items prior to me creating the tablescape and I loved finding a way to repurpose them in a way that felt like autumn!

Here is a list for sources for the items used:

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Garland:

White Table Runner:

 
 

Faux fur rug:

 
 

Napkins:

Plates:

Woven Chargers:

Light Fixture:

Wood candlesticks

Brass candlesticks: From Thrift Stores

Test Tube vases: From Marshall’s

Stick pumpkins: From Marshall’s

Wreath on mirror:

Mirror: From Home Goods

How do you love to decorate for fall? Are there any new trends you are looking forward to trying?

P.S. Looking for more fall inspiration? Try these 50 fall bucket list ideas (with a free printable!)

Natalie Lande