For me, fall decor is all about the usage of natural elements and incorporating a variety of natural textures. Living in the Pacific Northwest I so blessed to be surrounded by beautiful mountains and trees and some of the most beautiful scenery you can imagine. I wake up looking at the Cascade Mountains and at night I watch the sunset over the wheat fields. I love it here.
This time of year I’m especially grateful for where I live because I can find beautiful things to decorate with in my own backyard. Instead of putting together a complete fall tablescape this year, I’m showing you a simplistic and rustic centerpiece I put together for our everyday table. As much as I love the traditional deep reds and oranges, I wanted to create something clean, rustic and neutral for our space. Something that is true to my style.
I used cylinder vases in varying heights to create the focal point on the table and filled them with different natural elements.
I filled the vases with shredded book pages, branches, black-eyed peas, Lima beans, acorns, and walnuts. They all bring different textures and colors to the table but remain cohesive.
I love these little grapevine pumpkins I picked up a few years back. I love how versatile they are, I’ve used them in so many different ways over the years.
I made the woven table runner out of canvas drop cloth. It was an easy afternoon project and something that can be used year round!
I love fall and I cannot wait to see what this new season brings.
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