Creating a farmhouse table setting for fall can be a budget friendly project by using dollar store items combined with some thrift store find makeovers, and other inexpensive pieces. The muted color palette creates a lovely look for fall decor.
Across the Blvd uses affiliate links (including Amazon). If you make a purchase, I may be compensated at no additional cost to you. Thanks for supporting our blog! Please see our Disclosure Policy for more information.
One of the fun things for me with the blog is that I can share not only my home’s decor and crafts that fit in with my style, but I get to share Gloria’s home, too! Her farmhouse style decor is a way for us to show you how to get different looks, but with both of our styles being budget friendly.
Farmhouse Table Setting for Fall
Items Used for fall farmhouse table setting
Gloria and I found the items used for the table at various stores including Target, Big Lots, TJ Maxx. Some of the items were purchased on Amazon. Those or similar items are linked in the Related Products at the end of the post.
- Thrift Store Find Tray and Candle Holders
- Galvanized Metal Chargers
- Galvanized Metal Napkin Rings
- White plates
- Blush Napkins
- Eucalyptus Sprigs
- Hobnail Glasses
- Bud Vases
- Hammered Silver plated Flatware
The centerpiece was a quick and easy makeover of thrift store finds. The tray and candle holders started out black, but with their chalk painted new look, they make a lovely farmhouse centerpiece.
I found the small eucalyptus sprigs at Target in the Bullseye’s Playground area. They are a perfect complement to the blush napkins and galvanized metal napkin rings.
Using white dishes means that they can be used for any season. Adding in embellishments for each season is an easy way to give them a new look. The hobnail glasses, while not vintage, give a vintage look to the fall farmhouse table setting.
I love the bud vases that Gloria often uses on her table. These vases started out as Bundaberg soda bottles. Before they went into her recycle bin, she noticed that they could be used as simple bud vases.
The ladder back chairs that Gloria and Georges purchased last year are great additions. They found them on clearance at Ashley Furniture. Georges has plans to build a farmhouse table to go with them. Hopefully, that will be a project he tackles next year. The corner shelf was given a makeover shortly after they moved into their home last October.
I love the combination of white and blush that Gloria often uses. Her farmhouse fall tablescape is going to be a lovely place to have our Thanksgiving dinner this year!
Pin me, Please!
Fall Farmhouse Table Setting