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Fall Farmhouse Tablescape

Today I wanted to share with you my fall farmhouse table decor! This look is VERY simple and easy to recreate!

The centerpiece is a wood box and contains recycled glass bottles. Do any of these bottles look familiar? A few are mason jars and others are actually Starbuck frappacino bottles! I arranged the bottles in the box at alternating heights and added in some lamb's ear sprigs, pussy willows, and wooden flowers. I don't know what the yellow fuzzy flowers are called but they remind me of truffula trees! They add fall mustard color pop to this centerpiece! All of these florals are from Hobby Lobby.

The box itself is one that we made but you can find long wooden boxes at Michael's craft store in the unfinished wood section. I liked making this box because I like the curved side pieces. I actually like this box so much that I made a few more with bottles and sold them at craft shows! This is a great piece that transitions season to season by switching out the florals!

Because my dining table is narrow I just did a single plate. I layered a buffalo check napkin on top and thennnn.... I found these fun little chalkboards in the ornament aisle at Hobby Lobby!

You can write different quotes on them or guests' names... you can even reuse them for every season by writing different sayings on them with a chalk marker!

Add a simple wine glass and some silverware (which I forgot to do for the photo!) and that will complete the place setting..

For extra decor, I added some ceramic pumpkin dishes, little glass terrariums, and a galvenized candle holder. Glass, ceramic, and metal.. mixing those materials keeps it casual and makes a farmhouse look along with the wood table...

I love how this fall farmhouse tablescape came together! Tablescapes are so much fun to create and I love collecting new things to decorate with.. in fact, I have a whole closet full of tablescape decor! The wooden chalkboards just add fun little touch! What sayings would you write on the little chalkboards? Can you think of some for Christmas or Easter?

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