Easy Farmhouse Fall Table
Happpppppppy Monday to you sweet cheeks! How was your weekend?? It was pretty low key around here for the most part, which was a good thing. I mentioned to you guys on Friday that we got our new countertops installed in the kitchen (hallelujah!) so I had high hopes of finishing some big tasks because I’m so excited to share the final reveal with you guys. But honestly, Mr. LVN and I were just way too tired to do much of anything. I felt so run-down all weekend, like I was getting sick but not quite full-blown sick. Does that make sense? It’s like your body is just telling you to slow the heck down and REST. So that’s exactly what we tried to do and it was really nice. Sometimes you just need to be lazy and completely ignore your to-do list, right?! I think so. Anyway, I’m rambling. Let’s get on to today’s post, which is all about my easy farmhouse fall table. I put this look together using some of my favorite things I already had on hand, along with a bunch of candles for a warm, cozy feel!
I’m still loving these galvanized chargers and my lace trim napkins. The combo of the rustic and feminine elements is just so appealing to me. Add in a little white pumpkin and BOOM. You’ve got an easy fall table setting.
My vintage card catalog has been through a few different looks this fall, but it’s such a fun spot to decorate so I can’t help myself. I wanted to keep this look pretty simple, so I just used a few candlesticks and stacked a couple pumpkins together for an easy breezy vignette.
I love using touches of copper in my fall tablescapes, so these candles are perfect. I used them in this simple fall centerpiece last year too. And they smell absolutely divine–even when they aren’t burning!
This look was so easy to put together and I really like the warm, cozy feel with all the candles. And believe it or not, those white pillar candles were the ones we used at our wedding over 10 years ago. Kinda crazy, huh? My mom actually gave them to me a few weeks ago. I tell ya, that woman keeps everything. But I’m sure glad she does because it’s really fun to have all of these candles in our home so many years down the road. We got married so young and all we wanted was a simple, small wedding. I can still remember using these candles to style the centerpieces on each table at the reception. And now here I am styling them in a pretty fall tablescape almost 11 years later. That’s kind of surreal in a way and it brings back so many memories. Sheesh, who knew you could develop emotional feelings about a bunch of cheap pillar candles?!
Thanks so much for stopping in today. You guys ALWAYS brighten my day!
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Other fall posts you might enjoy:
Simple Farmhouse Fall Entryway
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I am in love with your greenery – where did you get it? It is such a great color!
It’s all from Michael’s!
All so gorgeous! Love the copper candles with those flowers, makes it all pop!!
Sarah> Kim Lord
thank you Kim!!
Jeeeesh, YOU, really brighten MY day. I love you and I don’t even know you. Lol But from everything you write about, from sharing your faith and family, to decorating and giving us wonderful ideas, Wow, if you were my neighbor or we went to church together, we would definitely be best friends. So thank YOU for your wonderful blog. I look forward to reading it everyday just as if it was my own personal email from you. God bless you!! Jody
Sarah> Jody Jackson
Ok Jody, YOU just brought the biggest smile to my face. Thank you soooooo much for all the love, I can’t tell you how much that means to me!
Such a pretty tablescape. I really love the gold candles. It was so sweet of your Mom to save them for you!
Sarah> Doris Raab
It definitely comes in handy to have a mom that saves everything! 🙂
So pretty. Very happy you listened to your body and rested this weekend. As you can probably tell from my posts I am an advocate for “stopping to smell the roses”. Based on my own experiences and sage wisdom lol, I know how important it is, not just for older mom’s but for young mom’s as well. Can’t wait to see your kitchen. Xx
Sarah> Angela Servello
Thanks Angela, I completely agree with you about stopping to smell the roses. I wish I could do the more often in this crazy season of life, but it doesn’t happen like ti should. I just have to force myself to do it!
I love you white dishes! Where did you get them?
Hi Katie! They’re from Target. You can find them here: https://rstyle.me/n/cpr6aub6hgf
It looks so fresh and simple, I just love it. I was forced to rest all weekend…sciatica…ugh! It’s so frustrating when you want to do so many things and your body says, “NO”. So glad I got all my fall decorating done before my back decided to act up! Glad you got the rest you needed!
Sarah> Brenda Johnson
Oh no, I’m sorry to hear that Brenda! I hope you are feeling better today. Hugs to you, friend. xoxo
Cheap candles!! I paid a pretty penny for those ha!!! Love your table I will be happy to come for dinner!!!
ha, yes you did MOM!
The grey plates that the candles are setting on where did you find them? I love your home it is very beautiful you do a wonderful job.
Sarah> Pamela Garrett
Thanks Pamela, those are the bottom base of these glass cloches: https://rstyle.me/n/cbnmqib6hgf
So so beautiful , I wish I could do some decor in my house like this right now but i’m up to my eyes in dust from ripping up tiles and putting down tiles..
Love winding down after a hard days work and skipping through your posts to see your beautiful decor. So inspiring too and makes me feel that there is light for me at the end of the tunnel 🙂
Sarah> Teresa O’Connor
Oh wow, you’ve been very busy Teresa! But it sounds like you’re making some big awesome changes in your home. How exciting!
Did you paint your card catalog or did you find it like that? I have one and it is in two separate pieces. The top one is really scratched up and needs refinished. Both pieces are stained – two different hues.
What do you recommend?
I didn’t paint it, it was actually white when I bought it. I’d go ahead and paint yours, even with the stain. I’d use a white chalk paint and then lightly distress it with sand paper. It will be beautiful with the darker stain peeking through underneath!
Sarah, it’s so beautiful! I feel like I could just pull up a chair and chat over a cup of coffee with you! And I’m seriously obsessed with those chargers! Gah- I need them in my life!
Heck yes girl! That sounds lovely. I think we’d have lots to chat about!
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I love ALL of this fall stuff. I REALLY like the muted pumpkins where did you get those, I couldn’t find it in the blog. I like your Fall Patio look and I hoping you do something for Christmas to give me ideas for my patio at Christmas time.
Thank you Debbie! Those pumpkins are all real and I actually got them at Home Depot believe it or not. They were one of the first stores to sell pumpkins so I had to snag a few.