If you like coastal decor, then you’ll love this coastal fall tablescape I created in my home! Fall decor does not have to be orange.
If you know me at all, you know how much I love HomeGoods.
They feature so many beautiful home decor items that I usually find what I’m looking for for styling projects or for our Blue Cottage, and the prices are amazing.
We have a HomeGoods store only ten minutes away from us, with a thrift store next to it and in the same shopping center where I buy groceries, so I stop in quite often.
Even HomeGoods noticed how often I instagram and tweet about my latest #HomeGoodshappy find.
We chatted on Twitter, and I mentioned that I’d love to write a blog post for them.
And guess what: I created a coastal fall tablescape with HomeGoods items.
Making a Classic Coastal Fall Tablescape
I purposely avoided the color orange for this fall tablescape and went with metallic instead.
I wanted to create something with the beachy and breezy feel of the typical coastal decor — the blues and greens, the beige of the sand, and natural materials.
What do you think, do you like it? We have been enjoying it when sitting down for dinner.
It was a lot of fun to rethink the typical fall decor. I used the green/blue vintage bottles I have collected over the years, bought two cake stands and little plates in light blue at HomeGoods, and little gold pumpkins.
I’m using the book pages pumpkin painting my friend Kelly made me last fall, and created my own for the mantel.
And did you notice something? I finally painted our chairs white with chalk paint and distressed them with sand paper for a shabby chic look.
I’ve wanted to paint over the brown for years and am so happy with how they look. I even painted over the colorful fabric with watered-down chalk paint. I might reupholster the chairs eventually.
What is your favorite part of this fall tablescape?
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