Last week, I shared a video of our Fall tablescape on Instagram and you guys loved it! We had so much fun decorating for Fall this year, especially with finally having a true dining space in our apartment. I wanted to bring in pops of Fall to the table, without going too overboard. For less than $200, I was able to transform our neutral “modern farmhouse” dining table into a setup that’s perfect for Thanksgiving, Friendsgiving, or a nice fall dinner.
Setting up a tablescape doesn’t have to be hard, and I got most of these cute accents from Target. One of my favorite ways to design the centerpiece is to add fresh flowers and yummy candle. It’s a great way to brighten up the room. I used my favorite Voluspa spiced pumpkin candle for this, and it smells SO good!
I centered the whole table setup around these gorgeous wooden chargers. I knew we needed some neutral plates to go with it, and these were perfect! I’ll be using them for our Christmas table next too. The candlesticks added a perfect addition of black and wooden accents, while the matte black silverware makes it different and on trend.
All of the details of my Fall tablescape are linked below, along with more photos. Feel free to message me with any questions!