Just in case you haven’t noticed I am all about fall lately. Today I am sharing a fun dollar store fall tablescape that I designed with a farm style theme that is all the rage these days. I was amazed at the nifty items I found at such great prices and that it turned out so cozy and inviting.
Every single item on this table came from the local dollar store. Well, not the cookies, they just happen to fall into my cart at Trader Joe’s last week and they taste fantastic!
Let’s take a little table tour!
The place settings kick-off with a ribbed cotton black place mat with white stitching, the dishes are white stoneware and the flatware stainless steel. I chose tall clear glass coolers to hold iced tea. The menu on the night of this photo shoot was Turkey Chili and cornbread and we like our chili spicy, so the tall iced tea glasses come in real handy!
The napkins are a cotton black and white checkered dish towels and the table runner is a fun pattern of our black and white theme and is actually a drawer liner, so it is water resistant.
The centerpiece is made from a nifty galvanized bucket with jute wrapped around the top to give it a rustic flair and is filled with orange sunflowers. The cookie jars are one of my favorite finds. I also used three in my Fall Tiered Tray! They are so handy for so holding many things and the lids fit snug enough to keep the cookies fresh! After all, who wants a stale cookie?
I am pretty happy with the results of my first dollar decor adventure! The items used for this tablescape cost 35 dollars! That is just amazing to me.
Do you use the dollar store for decorating?
I can’t wait to go on another dollar decor adventure!
Have a beautiful day!