Don’t forget your accent tables!

Fall Accent Table

A fall tablescape is not just for your dining table. Accent tables need fall decor as well. For our entryway console table (we used to call these sofa tables) I went with lots of different textures and heights. The point of any decor is, of course, to be beautiful, but also add visual interest to a space. Using different heights of objects in a space is the perfect way to do this.

I’ve seen several other tablescapes that have incorporated a multi-tier stand. This is a terrific idea so I added it to my accent table decor as well. I took a two tier stand and added some silk fall leaves and pine cones for filler, and several different colors and types of pumpkins. I spread the table with the same kinds of filler before adding the other elements.

Incorporating different textures is also a great way to add interest. I picked up a few pretty pumpkins at Hobby Lobby. A big cream color glass pumpkin placed in the center sort of anchors the space. Adding a multi-color stuffed fabric pumpkin gave great contrast. Topping off the two tier stand is a really pretty, carved cream and tan pumpkin. I also added a tall candlestick that was wide enough to hold a smaller tannish colored pumpkin.

I used PicMonkey to create and print a pretty “gather” sign for a rustic frame. Incorporating words into my decor elements is one of my favorite things to do. This sign is so appropriate because there is nothing I love better than when family and friends gather at our home for a meal and just being together.

So remember to maximize your decorating space! Even a small arrangement can make a big impact.

Fall Console Table


Fall Console Table

Fall Console Table