Hey there! It’s Friday and it’s been a BIG week at our house. If you follow me on instagram and saw my story, then you already know why, but I’ll be filling you in here next week as well. So stay tuned! Today though I am joining Brenda from Cozy Little House on her Bloggers Harvest Tour. If you are popping by from So Much Better with Age, welcome! I love Jamie’s warm and inviting home. Since I’ve shared my fall home tour and fall porch tour here, I thought today would be a fun opportunity to create a bohemian rustic vintage fall tablescape for you.
Lately, I feel like I am starting to get really into vintage tableware, like the amber goblets that started me on this table. Clearly, I need to start doing more entertaining so I can have a giant stash on hand.
The goblets that I found and the tiered pumpkin centerpiece I created are what inspired me to create this tablescape, along with a vintage macrame runner I found for just a dollar when I got the goblets.
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I started setting the scene by laying out the vintage macrame runner I found (similar to this one on etsy). I mean, look at that fringe…
\I then brought in the tiered pumpkin display I created with dried florals. Also, a word to the wise here…. if you have a dried floral arrangement of any sort outside and it rains for 4 days straight, it will pick up some of that moisture. My green dried rue spray did and turned brown, and my roses were soft to the touch when I brought it in. So now, this pretty piece will remain inside. 😉 At the risk of things getting a little too gramma for my liking, I needed to bring in some rustic and masculine tones. I had plenty of these vintage carved antelope and antlers on hand, so added them to the mix with log candlesticks I created a couple years ago. If you don’t have access to fallen limbs and power tools, these candlesticks are similar.I am very fortunate to have my grandmother’s old ivory and platinum Lenox china, and I thought it would be perfect with the ivory runner and also add a fancier touch to the mix. I brought in some metallic and cream napkins and my peacock silverware by Wallace, which sadly has been discontinued.
Everything came together to create a warm space…. I always thought I preferred white over ivory, but I love ivory in the fall. It certainly lends a cozier touch than pure white.Fall is all about the warm and natural colors, and these goblets really bring that essence to my table, capturing the light. (You can find the same exact goblets here!) My home is full of blues and greens, so the warmer colors add a great contrast as well.I think these guys might be my favorite addition to the table… I always find them so peaceful for some reason.
Now head on over to BluLabel Bungalow to check out Erika’s beautiful home!
And please find all of this week’s tours below!
Monday’s Tours: Chatfield Court / Refresh Restyle / Remodelando la Casa / Savvy Southern Style / Love Of Home / Tuesday’s Tours: Debbiedoos / Duke Manor Farm / Common Ground / Twelve on Main / Mountain Mama / Wednesday’s Tours: Shabby Fufu / Itsy Bits & Pieces / Little Farmstead / D.D.s Cottage / Knick Of Time / Thursday’s Tours: / House Of Hawthornes / Ash Tree Cottage / Exquisitely Unremarkable / My Kentucky Living / Sarah Sarna / Friday’s Tours: So Much Better with Age / Cassie Bustamante / BluLabel Bungalow / Summer Daisy Cottage / Cozy Little House