Eclectic Fall Tablescape

Happy Friday!  I promised y'all that I would reveal my Fall tablescaping...Here it goes... The concept behind my table settin...

Happy Friday! 

I promised y'all that I would reveal my Fall tablescaping...Here it goes...

The concept behind my table setting was "keep it versatile." I wanted to use pieces that I knew I could reuse later in the year. Living in a rental with little to no storage does not allow me to stock up on seasonal decor the way I would like...and let's not forget my hoard room is packed to the max. 

Versatile table setting appropriate for any season

Versatile table setting appropriate for any season

I purchased the pumpkins from Michaels, last year. The plates were either free or from the thrift store. The tray that holds the glass bottles, you can find here. The table cloth is an old vintage fabric that I picked up from an underground craft store. If you did not catch it, the chargers were a total DIY. The glass bottles were all saved from non-alcoholic sparkling apple and grape juice. Yeah, I have a thing for glass bottles. 

Versatile table setting appropriate for any season

Versatile table setting appropriate for any season

Versatile table setting appropriate for any season

Versatile table setting appropriate for any season

Versatile table setting appropriate for any season

Versatile table setting appropriate for any season

Versatile table setting appropriate for any season

Versatile table setting appropriate for any season

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57 comments

  1. Gorgeous! I love how elegant yet trendy it all looks together.

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  2. This really looks great! Just my kind of table! I love using empty bottles as candle holders. Especially after you use them for a while, and the dripped down wax gives each a unique look.

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    1. Yes,yes,yes I love that idea! It so romantic but spooky at the same time!

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  3. I love it. It's not too busy. It's also very simple but in a "I took time and care to create this" kind of way.

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    1. Thanks Keri. For your sweet words! I am happy you love it!

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  4. I love it. It's not too busy. It's also very simple but in a "I took time and care to create this" kind of way.

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  5. I love it. It's not too busy. It's also very simple but in a "I took time and care to create this" kind of way.

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  6. So pretty and very unique! Love this style and that it is a DIY!!!! You are very creative!

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  7. Wow that is so pretty! I love the look of it all together

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  8. LOVE IT!! It really has a fall vibe without being to literal

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    1. Yes, my point exactly! Thanks for taking notice of that!

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  9. Wow!! I love the floral plates underneath. Everything has such a warm and welcome vibe. When do I come over for dinner? haha :)

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  10. Can I just say, I LOVE the way your style is not quite like anyone else's---in the best possible way. So unique and original, if you ask me. And this table is beautiful! I would love to sit down at it. Now I'm heading over to check out the charger DIY...

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    1. Brooke, you are so kind! Thanks for your kind words!

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  11. I love it! Also, love your little black couch.

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  12. That's such an chic style. I love it! I decorated my entryway table for the first time yesterday. I used a lot of found objects to create really cheap, but really cute pumpkins. They're so cheap you could make them and throw them away if you don't have the storage. I made 3 pumpkins for less than $3, see how here: http://megdgonzalez.com/make-decorative-pumpkins-for-3-dollars/

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    1. Thanks Megan for stopping by! I checked out your link ...and commented. You are such a talent!

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  13. Love the use of the empty bottles!

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  14. Love this idea, Jess! Why not recycle the bottles and make them into a centerpiece?! Great work!

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    1. Exactly, right? Thanks Heather for stopping by!

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  15. love this! It looks so cool and classy for fall!

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    1. Just my style! Thanks for your sweet comment!

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  16. Beautiful table setting. Love how you use the glass bottles as candle holders. I've never seen that before.

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    1. Thanks! I am happy that I can inspire you!

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  17. I love this! It's welcoming and beautiful, but not too much. I love the idea for the centerpiece. I want to do that for my table sometime!

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    1. You should definitely do it! It is an inexpensive decor statement that is stunning!

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  18. I love your use of white pumpkins and I love how you used the wine glasses as candle holders!

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  19. What a great way to repurpose the bottles. Love it!

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  20. This is really pretty! I haven't pulled out my fall decorations, but you've just inspired me to do so!

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    1. I am happy I indpired you to decorate for fall. If interested me and a group of bloggers are hosting a #homeforthefallidays instagram hop every week. You should check it out!

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  21. Gorgeous. I would never have thought of that idea. Can't wait to use at my next dinner :)

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    1. Thanks! Feeling so happy that this inspired you!

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  22. Honestly if I had my own home I would be so doing this. But living in an apartment has its downfall. lol

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    1. Tell me about it, sista! I feel your pain!

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  23. I absolutely love this Fall tablescape! Bookmarking for later! We'll be doing a lot of entertaining this season, so I'll have to use this for inspiration! GORGEOUS! xoxox, Kayla www.lostgenygirl.com

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    1. Thank you! I am happy I could have been of assistance in your party planning!

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  24. wow! This is seriously gorgeous, what a simple yet impacting arrangement.

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  25. Jess, this is seriously STUNNING!!! I love the DIY floral plates and I love how you have a couch at your table!!

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    1. Thanks Jaclyn! That black couch is one of my all time favorite pieces in my house!

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  26. This is absolutely gorgeous! I love that you are using the empty bottles!

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  27. How beautiful! The couch looks amazing! I'm a huge fan of thrift store tableware!

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    1. Thanks! I smell a post coming up due to all the feed back on the couch. Be on the lookout!

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  28. I love this setting. I like having multiple plates and the pumpkins are a cute touch.

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    1. Thanks! Be on the lookout I will be creating a post about that couch!

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  29. Love your setting. I always keep glass bottles, but I've never used them on a tablescape. Great idea and economical too.

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    1. Oh yeah! You should definitely use them and decorate with them...they are extremely beautiful when clustered together.

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  30. There is a reason that you are an interior designer and that is because you have a good eye for what looks good and what doesn't - minimalist yet on trend too.
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  31. Who would have thought?! This is so awesome :) I'm having some friends coming over for Halloween and they would be so impressed with this!

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