Hey friends, and thanks for stopping by! Now that I’ve finally shared our diy, farmhouse-styled master bathroom makeover on the blog, we can return to our regularly scheduled series….Today, it’s all about rustic and modern Fall tablescapes, part 5 of the “Phenomenal Fall Favorites” series! You’ll see lots of plaid blankets, antlers, candles and more plaid blankets! (Here’s a hint: I just might have a slight obsession with plaid…especially during this cozy season. Ha!) (If you missed part 4, “Beautiful Fall Mantels,” then please click here for some crazy-good inspiration!)
Be prepared to get seriously inspired, because this post is loaded with gorgeous table settings and centerpieces!
First off, let’s focus on this rustic tablescape at Tone on Tone Antiques. So in love with this monochromatic setting. To keep the neutrality from looking flat, the blogger chose to use different textural elements, such as antlers, hydrangeas, white pumpkins and candles. A beautiful variety of accessories that go oh-so-perfectly together.
Here’s a look at Liz Marie’s beautiful tablescape. I love how she used fringed dish towels as her placemats. And notice the vase filler…white beans (a very inexpensive option!)! Also, I love her diy chalkboard table runner.
Isn’t Allison’s dining room at The Golden Sycamore just gorgeous?! This plaid fabric scrap turned table runner wasn’t even hemmed. I’m all about any project that’s quick and easy! Also, the tablecloth underneath the runner is actually just a dropcloth. I love to hear about how others repurpose items!
Loving this simple, yet eye-catching, tablescape at Dreamy Whites Online. The ironstone plates, the rustic bread board, plain glasses, plaid fabric, textures from nature….Doesn’t it make you want to drop by and relax at her table? These accessories are everyday items that most of us already have in our homes. How lovely is that?!
Loving this budget-friendly, neutral setting at the blog, Bless’er House. Simple and refined. Rustic and elegant. Oh, and if you happen to stop by her blog, she gives a detailed list of her purchases for this jaw-dropping autumnal decor.
I’m smitten with Finding Home Online’s creative, rustic table. That old wooden box is something to behold. Its patina is gorgeous! She filled her box with an ironstone pitcher, wheat and pinecones from her backyard, pears, pumpkins and apples. A perfect combination.
And here we are again at Liz Marie’s most recent Fall centerpiece. Don’t you just love that door that she repurposed into a table top?! And just a few faux pumpkins, along with outdoor greenery, look so pretty in her vintage dough bowl.
And I just love the simple and rustic tablescape that Holly Mathis put together! The mixture of plaids and the natural elements are stunning! And how about those dishes? She mixed both modern and traditional plates.
Here’s another fabulous tablescape designed by Jen at City Farmhouse. Wowee! How about that plaid blanket stacked with the craft paper — love it! And those gold lanterns add the perfect touch of glamour in this rustic setting.
I love Lindsay’s stylish autumnal table at The White Buffalo Styling Co. blog! She actually decorated her table based off of her floral fabric napkins. That’s a great way to start when trying to decide what colors to bring into your tablescape. I also love how she used wood chargers and vintage green glasses, along with her ticking fabric runner.
This rustic, yet refined, tablescape at Home Remedies Rx is so simple to put together! Faux pumpkins of various sizes and outdoor greenery, along with a table runner, create a fun ambiance when it comes to styling a beautiful table!
And yet another Fall tablescape from the beautiful blog, Dreamy Whites Online. I have such a weakness for French grain sack anything, so it was love at first sight with this vintage runner. 🙂 And notice those fun French baker’s cups that are sitting on each ironstone plate. The blogger filled these adorable cups with flax seed to hold the candlesticks in place.
And lastly, in case you needed a little “brush up” on the proper placement of each piece, here is a very helpful description.