Easy Fall Tablescape and Seasonal Decor Ideas

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Hello everyone! I’m so excited to finally have a blog again! It feels so good to be able to write longer than a short Instagram caption and to share everything about a project in one spot. Today I’m sharing all the fall table decor I did recently and how much of a change in mood it brings from my previous tablescapes! So here are some of my favorite shots from the little update.

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So it all started with my 3 year old staying home from school on a rainy Wednesday – we had to figure out something fun to do. It had to be kid friendly and something he could actively participate in. Since I had to make a Michael’s run anyway I thought why not pick up some faux pumpkins and give the dining table a little update! I’m not one for major seasonal decor but I’ll throw in a pumpkin or a fall candle for the season just to make it more festive and cozy.

Lucky for us, Michael’s had a 60% special on all fall decor and we picked up an assortment of shapes and sizes of faux pumpkins for all under $30! That’s not bad at all considering these are items I can pull out year after year and use them around the house if not on the dining table then they could go out on the front porch.

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Zaki and I had fun arranging them on the table after clearing all of our spring summer items off. Here’s what it looked like before the pumpkin overload happened:

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can you believe my husband picked out those blooms?! He’s a keeper!

It’s crazy how you can change the entire mood of a room just by changing the colors! From bright and airy to warm and cozy, the fall table decor really makes me believe the leaves have turned here in Houston!

Also, notice how I’ve pulled items from my previous tablescape and repurposed them for a completely different arrangement. You don’t have to go out and buy new things guys! Just shop your home and fill up old vases with new greens or bring out some glasses that you can use to hold greenery. The table runner you see is actually just a roll of burlap I had leftover from a craft project and I thought it would provide a nice neutral base to any arrangement I wanted to layer on top.

Some other ways you can make it feel like fall (if you’re in Houston like me where we have summer all year round, lol) are to light candles, make it smell like fall at least! I also like to swap out textiles for heavier, chunkier knits. I usually have a few thicker blankets tucked away that I bring out and layer on chairs for instant fall vibes!

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I’m still on the hunt for the perfect fall candle to set the mood, if you guys have any suggestions please drop them down below! Here’s hoping for some actual crisp air and crunchy leaves beneath our feet. Amen!

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