This last week has been a whirlwind of home tours and this one is no exception. In fact, it may even be my favorite. It may be because I love all the hints of navy, or it may be because I’m so pleased with how my very first table styling turned out! Nevertheless, I hope that you enjoy this Fall Home Tour and my Copper and Navy Fall Farmhouse Tablescape.
It all started with these flannel buffalo check placemats. I found them just as the clerk were setting out Christmas decor at Hobby Lobby. They were so beautiful as well as cozy, and since they matched the rest of my fall decor, I just had to get them!
I’m completely intimidated by tablescapes and always have found them a struggle, but when inspiration struck, I stepped outside my comfort zone and went with it!
The ticking stripe table runner was an easy DIY. Since I had some ticking fabric on hand that I found in a remnant pile, I sewed one together one afternoon. Simple straight stitches and boom – you got yourself a runner!
The pumpkins are a mix of some from last year, a few new I found a sales, but the blue ones are painted. If you haven’t seen my Crackle Painted Pumpkin tutorial – you should check it out. It’s the easiest DIY ever!
The burlap chargers keep the tablescape rustic along with the crazed bowls, but the hints of copper add a bit of sparkle.
I finally tackled my fears and tried something I’ve always put off. I’ll think twice the next time I’m considering a tablescape knowing now that it’s not as hard as it seems.
Copper and Navy Fall Farmhouse Tablescape Sources
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Copper Drinking Glasses
Navy Buffalo Check Placemats
Ticking Stripe Table Runner
Cobalt Flower Plates (vintage)
Liberty Blue Dinner Plates (vintage)
Currier and Ives Dinner Plates (vintage)
DIY Crackle Paint Pumpkins
Just watch how quick I can put this all together!
I wanted to say a huge thank you to the other ladies in this blog hop for letting me join them and to Jordan for putting it all together. To see a whole lot more inspiration, be sure to check out what the other bloggers shared, linked below.