I LOVE the holidays. And although the Instagram decor stars have officially made the transition into showcasing their Christmas decor, I think it just a little too soon to forget about fall. With that said, here is my simple fall tablescape that can be created for a festive feast or just a night in with friends. It’s too easy not to try, your masterpiece will be finished in just 9 steps!

Fall Tablescape Steps


<<— Rules to Remember —>>


  1. Always decorate and place decor pieces in odd numbers
  2. Use a variety of textures (I used linen, wood, metal, and natural elements)
  3. Keep the color scheme simple and similar

<<— 9 Simple Steps —>>


<<— Step 1 —>>

  • Layout the Linens
  • Place the centerpiece
  • What I Used –>> Pottery Barn linen table runner, Marshall’s kitchen towels, Hobby Lobby metal vase, store bought wheat grass

Fall Tablescape 1


<<— Step 2 —>> 

  • Place plates
  • What I Used –>> Pottery Barn plates

Fall Tablescape 2


<<— Step 3 —>>

  • Place first decor item in a set of three
  • What I Used –>>Wood rounds

Fall Tablescape 3


<<— Step 4 —>>

  • Place second decor item in a set of three
  • What I Used –>> Galvanized candle stands topped with pumpkins

Fall Tablescape 4


<<— Step 5 —>>

  • Place third decor item in a set of five
  • What I Used –>> Variety of glass bottles

Fall Tablescape 5


<<— Step 6 —>>

  • Add a natural element
  • What I Used –>> Greenery and white berry branches

Fall Tablescape 6


<<— Step 7 —>>

  • Add detail decor items
  • What I Used –>> Galvanzed lantern, decorative wooden doorknob, galvanized candle votive

Fall Tablescape 7


<<— Step 8 —>>

Fall Tablescape 8


<<— Step 9 —>>

  • Add napkins
  • Cut chipboard or card stock into three inch strips. Set under the place setting and add silverware
  • What I Used –>> Rolled linen napkins, chipboard, and silverware

Fall Tablescape 9


“The broke bread in their homes and ate together with glad and sincere hearts.”

Acts 2:46 

Fall Tablescape 1

Fall Tablescape 2


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