So it was really easy for me to get inspired to pull together a pretty fall tablescape. The thing is, I wanted to create a tablescape that was not only pretty, but affordable. (Luxe for Less, remember?) And I think I was able to do it! Let me tell you how...
First of all, I decided that although I would use mostly traditional fall colors for my tablescape, I wanted to incorporate a touch of green. What really inspired me were the fun, glitter-y acorns which I found for a screaming deal at Tai Pan ( A local wholesale decor store - I have written about Tai Pan before here).
I wasn't happy with the orange pumpkins, however, and I wanted to glam up the table setting a bit more, so I treated those pumpkins to a little glitter. I'll share how I did that later this week.
After popping some faux autumn leaves into the vase, I put it all together and was so pleased with how it all turned out!
1. Shop the house.
2. Don't be afraid to use items that aren't typical for the season/holiday.
3. Think outside the box when it comes to your color scheme.
4. Make sure you use levels - mix up the heights of your items - I even placed one of my pumpkins on a candlestick to give it a little bit of height.
5. Texture is good. Mix it up. Glitter, wood, smooth, rough. Just like any vignette or display, tablesettings that incorporate different textures are more interesting!
Have a great day~
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