how to set and decorate a Vintage fall tablescape

Simple ways on how to set a beautiful fall tablescape on your dining room table.

Hello and welcome to the Skinny Table Runner Blog Hop hosted by Diane from South House Designs. If you’re visiting from Barbara at Mantel and Table, or if you just happened to stop by, I’m so glad you’re here!

got a BEAUTIFUL handmade Burlap Skinny Table runner, shown in the above picture from Diane at
South House Design.

I got 2 and split them between my centerpiece to lengthen the table and under the end place settings. The nice thing about this runner, each time you wash it, it becomes more of an aged look, and with the fringe ends and the sewn long sides, the character just gets better and better. I highly recommend getting these runners to decorate your space.

setting a fall tablescape with vintage items.

Are you thinking about how you are going to be decorating your table for fall dinner and Thanksgiving? I have been thinking for a while on how I was planning to makeover my dining room table, and then the idea came to mind quickly.

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Finding elements that help dress the table

I recently fell in love with White and Brown Vintage transfer plates, and when I contacted my friend Tonya, she is a collector of many vintage items, and she was happy to lend me some items for my tablescape decorating.

I got a BEAUTIFUL handmade Burlap Skinny Table runner, shown in the above picture from Diane at https://southhousedesigns.com/products/skinny-table-runners/.

I got 2 and split them between my centerpiece to lengthen the table and under the end place settings. The nice thing about this runner, each time you wash it, it becomes more of an aged look, and with the fringe ends and the sewn long sides, the character just gets better and better. I highly recommend getting these runners to decorate your space.

I found a few years ago at a restaurant, they use their used Alcohol bottles(bourbon, brandy, etc) as personal water refill bottles on the table, so I asked friends that when they were done with their bottle to recycle them to me. Yay! My guests love them.

Now, the vintage bread board is from my friend Kate in Waco, TX, she has a shop next to the Silos. I got some ‘faux’ cheese and ‘faux’ break to set out as a filler on the table.

The Skinny Table Runner Blog Hop continues with Diane at South House Designs. You can find links to all the inspiring skinny table runner styling below!
Don’t forget to have a link to order my runners: Washed Linen Skinny Table Runner – South House Designs

https://southhousedesigns.com/products/skinny-table-runners/

Barbara Diane Katrina Darla
Mantel and Table South House Designs PNW Farmhouse Design Co Vintage Joyce Marie

12 Comments on “how to set and decorate a Vintage fall tablescape

  1. Pingback: How to Style a Beautiful Skinny Table Runner ~ Mantel and Table

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  3. Oh that’s just lovely Katrina – so perfectly fall! Your skinny linen table runner looks great on your table. Thanks for lots of inspiration!

  4. I love this gorgeous tablescape! And the idea to use liquor bottles for water bottles is genius!

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