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Summer has ended, it’s getting cooler and leaves are turning beautiful colors. It’s been fun decorating my home for Fall. My Fall Home Tour turned out so pretty please check it out! I’ve decided to share a tutorial on How To Create a Fall Centerpiece with step-by-step photos. Creating a pretty Fall centerpiece for your tablescape is easier than you think.
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For my fall tablescape, I used majority of these items from Rod Works. I always love going into Rod Works. They frequently receive new shipments and have the cutest displays!
I used my cream colored dishes which are our everyday dishes. Besides cream plates white plates can work with any tablescape. I love my table and decided not to use a tablecloth.
So the plates were stacked and a dish towel was used as the napkin. A darling wood sign that says, “Make Today Beautiful” was placed on top of the dish towel, with a large acorn, and a piece of folliage to create a simple vignette on top of the plate.
Let’s start with how to create a Fall Centerpiece.
How do you like this cute riser? It’s perfect for what I like to create for my centerpieces. I enjoy having a centerpiece of varying heights.
Add concrete vases
A basked turned on it’s side with a bark pumpkin inside adds some various texture. The tea towel adds softness.
Place pumpkins around the riser to fill in some spots.
Mustard colored foliage were added in a few places. Step back and take a look to see what needs to be fixed. Autumn blessings wood tag was placed just in the right spot. I’m loving the velvet pumpkins that Rod Works carries.
A metal farmhouse scoop holds all the little pumpkins and acorns that I’ve had in my stash and pulled out to decorate with. All the pumpkins and acorns clearly say Fall!
I placed a few pumpkins around the back of the centerpiece. Like I mentioned earlier, I pulled out my stash and got into my container of faux pumpkins and just placed them in spots to fill in a bit.
So there you go! It’s not too hard to create a beautiful centerpiece. Most of the items in the centerpiece are from Rod Works which has expanded to 10 locations across Utah, Nevada, Arizona, and California. Rod Works has grown to provide all types of unique home decor at affordable prices. Seasonal decor is fun to decorate with. But they also have an amazing selection of regular home decor items. It’s one of those stores that is a must to visit! What is your favorite item you have purchased from Rod Works?