Fall Tablescape – Seven Days of Tips 2

Happy fall, y’all! I hope you had a super week!

We had our first cold week here in Wisconsin. It’s cold here…

But it’s also B.E.A.U.T.I.F.U.L.

Fall WI Landscape {Love My DIY Home}

This is what I see on my way home every day.

Uh huh, you can be jealous now.

Of course, this is our inspiration – we want to bring this beauty into our homes.

But first, let’s talk texture.

What do glass, wax and vegetables have in common?

Well, nothing until you bring them all together into a sweet little tablescape.

Pop Quiz:
What do you put on top of a candlestick?


A Pumpkin, of course!

Fall Tablescape {Love My DIY Home}

Mix your textures. Put soft with hard, bumpy with smooth, round with square…OK, that’s not a texture, but you get my drift.

Get creative. Use what you already have on hand. Go outside and see what free stuff you can use to beautify your home.

Then put it all together using different colors, textures, and shapes.

Fall Tablescape {Love My DIY Home}

Look at it from all angles. Move it around, mix and match until you see what you like.

Notice I didn’t say “until you match the criteria of what makes a good display according to that Martha lady.”

The key is “what you like.” You are who you need to make happy.

Fall Tablescape {Love My DIY Home}

My DH thinks I’m silly for putting so much work into my decor. But oh well. It makes me happy.

‘Nuf said.

Catch ‘ya tomorrow!

Here are all the fall tablescape tips if you care to take a peek:

Tips Day One  Tips Day Two  Tips Day Three

Tips Day Four  Tips Day Five  Tips Day Six  Tips Day Seven

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If you’re a furniture or home decor painter/crafter (or would like to be) – try your hand at mixing up your own chalky type paint. Download my free pdf with 4 chalk type recipes, with directions and comparisons. Just click on the picture below:

Homemade Chalk Type Paint Recipes {Love My DIY Home}

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