Easy fall coffee table styling – with only a few budget friendly items that you can use year after year! These simple and easy tips will help you style your coffee table for fall with some cozy vibes!
Hello, friends! It is the end of summer, and I’m craving fall with it’s cooler temps and cozy colors. I’ve been itching to get out my fall decor to transition from summer to fall, and I’ve put together some easy fall coffee table styling for you today!
Affiliate links are used for your convenience. If you make a purchase through my links I may receive a small commission.
I’m joining us with some fellow bloggers for a Pinterest challenge! Along with our host Cindy at County Road 407, we are taking our inspiration from Yvonne at Stone Gable. She has styled her coffee table with some beautiful items, and I am taking some inspiration from her beautiful styling! If you’re coming over from Chasing Quaintness with Benita, welcome!
I know how intimidating it can feel to walk into isles and isles full of fall decor and get overwhelmed. Sometimes it is hard to determine just what will fit into your home when there is so much to pick from. This year I wanted to create some easy fall coffee table styling tips to help you transition in to fall decor, while keeping things simple.
With a few key pieces that you can re-use year after year, you can create a beautiful and cozy coffee table (or any table) centerpiece using a basket or tray. I love using trays for vignettes so that they can be easily moved from room to room, or out of the reach of little hands!
Easy Fall Coffee Table Styling Tips
First I started by using a rustic tray that I found at Pottery Barn last year. Then I picked out pieces that would fill up the tray that coordinated. A couple years ago I created a blanket for my front porch by using some flannel fabric from Joann Fabric. I thought it would bring some coziness and color to the tray.
I have a lot of baskets that I’ve collected over the years that I love to use for decor and storage. This made it super easy to grab a basket that was the right size and color for my tray to fill up with some small faux pumpkins.
Then I grabbed a white vase from Magnolia that I use all throughout the year for faux greenery. I picked up some faux flowers at Dollar tree that had some soft orange and creamy white colors. They coordinated with my faux pumpkins that I picked up at Michaels last year when they were 50% off.
For the larger faux pumpkins, I wanted them to stack cleanly on top of each other. I removed the stem on the big one by grabbing the stem and pulling/wiggling it until it pulled apart form the pumpkin. I just set them on top of each other for now, but I could add some hot glue later to keep them together.
Head over to see how my blogger friends have styled their coffee tables! There are so many amazing ideas for creating a beautiful vignette for your coffee table.
Make sure to see how my friend Crissy at First Day Of Home styled her coffee table! So much home decor inspiration!
I love how much texture and coziness this tray brings to our living room. What is your favorite way to decorate for fall? Do you like to use cozy blankets to decorate? Thanks for reading, friends! Blessings – Leslea