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Simple Fall Tablescape

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This week along with a few of my friends, we'll be sharing fall inspiration in our homes. This tour is a tad different. Each day has a theme to inspire your fall décor!

Yesterday was mantels. Today is fall tablescapes.

Below you will find the tour line-up along with direct links.



Fall is perhaps my favorite season. While I love the beach, I prefer to be in sweaters, boots and bundled up by a crackling fire.

While the temps are still warm during the day, the evenings have a slight chill in the air. Just last night, I had to sit in the car to watch the remainder of my daughter's tennis match since I didn't thing to bring a sweater.


Simple Burlap Wall Art tutorial by Our Southern Home


This room cries out for fall décor. The colors and feel of this room work with the season.


Simple fall tablescape by Our Southern Home


I love my striped runner from Tuesday morning. It really brightens up the table.  The placemats were purchased at Ikea this summer after another fun Haven conference.


Simple fall tablescape by Our Southern Home


The white plates are from the Better Homes and Gardens Collection at Walmart. I've had them a couple of years now.  The blue and white are from Ingles! Remember the days when grocery stores would sell china on occasion. Each week there would be a piece of the week. I collected about all of it I think! I love it to this day!!


Simple fall tablescape by Our Southern Home


The little pumpkins came from the Dollar Tree. Stray paint them white and paint the stems with metallic gold paint. It's unexpected to place them atop candlesticks. Arrange a little moss under them and you have instant fall charm.

Also on OSH!  Southern Fall Porch with Our Southern Home


Simple fall tablescape by Our Southern Home


I love my fall colored rooster. He has perched in many spots around the kitchen!


Simple Burlap Wall Art tutorial by Our Southern Home


Traditional fall colors grace the hutch in the dining area. The little ceramic pumpkins are from Dollar Tree as well. They blend nicely with my velvet pumpkins. I carried the blue and white through the breakfast room.


Simple fall tablescape by Our Southern Home


This took like 2 minutes to put together. A large floral candle ring sits atop this tureen. I simply place the largest velvet pumpkin on top. The tureen is resting on a thrift store silver tray with 2 additional velvet pumpkins snuggling against the tureen. If you invert the top of the tureen, it makes a stable area for the large pumpkin.


Simple Burlap Wall Art tutorial by Our Southern Home


Simple fall tablescape by Our Southern Home


Simple fall tablescape by Our Southern Home


I have gone very simple with my fall décor this year. My life is so busy right now. It's nice to keeps things a bit lighter at home.

Thanks for stopping by! Be sure to check out the tour below! 


Monday {Mantels}

8 Gorgeous Fall Mantels

Prodigal Pieces

Housepitality Designs

Postcards from the Ridge

Domestically Speaking

Confessions of a Serial Do-It-Yourselfer

Mad In Crafts

My Creative Days

All Things Heart and Home


Tuesday {Tablescapes}

8 Lovely Fall Tablescapes

Atta Girl Says

Restoration Redoux

Savvy Southern Style

Refresh Restyle

2 Bees in a Pod

Our Southern Home

Artsy Chicks Rule

Fox Hollow Cottage


Wednesday {Wreaths}

8 Festive Fall Wreath Ideas

Sweet Pea

Dukes and Duchesses

The Interior Frugalista

Hunt & Host

Petticoat Junktion

Today’s Creative Life

Cottage at the Crossroads



Thursday {Thrifty Crafts}


Art is Beauty

AKA Design

So Much Better With Age

At the Picket Fence

Cupcakes and Crinoline

Also on OSH!  Porch Console Table Makeover

Town and Country Living

My Uncommon Slice of Suburbia


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inspired day

Home Stories A to Z Not Just a Housewife Kammy’s Korner The Happy HousieDesign Dining and Diapers Liz Marie Blog Funky Junk Interiors Savvy Southern StyleTatertotsand Jello DIY Show Off Redoux Interiors Between Naps on the PorchThe DIY DreamerOh My Creative Little Miss Celebration Just a Girl and Her Blog Sand and Sisal InteriorFrugalista House on the Way Addicted 2 DIY I should be Mopping the FloorMiss Mustard Seed Stone Gable- The Scoop Inspire Me Tuesday Feathered Nest Friday Treasure Hunt Thursday Northern Nesting



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  1. Oh my! This looks so incredible! Pinned and tweeted. We love partying with you and we appreciate you stopping by! Please take a minute to stop by next week, so we can pin and tweet your new creation. The party starts on Monday at 7 pm! Have a great Monday! Lou Lou Girls

  2. Christy, I’m just now getting around to seeing your beautiful fall tablescape! Your room exudes warmth and homeyness. Putting a little moss under those pumpkins was a great idea, and I’ll have to remember that! Pinning and sharing!

  3. I don’t think I’ve ever seen you use your blue plates on your blog and I like them very much. I especially like your idea of using small pumpkins on top of candlestick holders. They look great. I hope that you family can enjoy a dinner together at your beautifully set table.

  4. What a beautiful Fall table you did. I really like the cow that you have above the hutch. Where did you get it from?


    1. Thanks so much!!!! Subscriber to the daily deals from Decor Steals and Antique Farmhouse. They run the cow frequently. I love mine!

  5. Christy, your Fall Tablescape is so warm and inviting. I’m swooning over the green mason jar mugs! I’ve tried finding those awesome woven placements at IKEA and every time they are sold out – love them.

    1. Thanks so much!!! I think I got the green mason jars from Ball directly, but try Amazon too. They are unique and perfect for fall!

  6. What a beautiful Fall tablescape! I’d love to enjoy a fabulous Fall meal there and just linger! I have those same blue and white plates … now you’re making me wish that I had incorporated them into my Fall decor! Thanks for the inspiration. Happy Fall!

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