Savilla Mountain is on the blog today to show us her jaw-dropping fall tablescape. Stay tuned to see how she did it under $100!Savilla Mountain's splendid fall tablescape

Today I’m so excited to team up with Old Time Pottery to share how to create a magazine-worthy Fall tablescape for just under $100.

Thank you Old Time Pottery for giving me a $100 gift card to create this themed post. I have been compensated by Old Time Pottery for this post, however all opinions are 100% my own.


Set a budget. When Old Time Pottery gifted me with $100 to spend on Fall indoor decor, I knew that I wanted to create a Fall tablescape in our dining room. I took stock of what I already had at home, and then headed to Old Time Pottery with the strict budget of $100.

Decide what you want your centerpiece to be. I had an old Mercury glass pumpkin that I knew I wanted front and center. It was tall enough to be eye-catching, but not overpowering. *Bonus tip – You can slide a book under your runner like I did to elevate pieces that you want to stand out + create a multi-dimensional tablescape.An old Mercury glass pumpkin centerpiece

Don’t be afraid to re-purpose. I always try to think about what I already have and what can be repurposed throughout my home. I started by laying out my burlap runner, chargers, plates, and napkins (all things I already had). Do this when shopping too! For example, I found mixed bags of pumpkin and pine cone fillers for $2.99 each. I noticed that in some bags, the pumpkins were gold. I thought they would be so cute sitting on top of my napkins, so I bought the bags of filler to get the gold pumpkins. Then, I just used the filler elsewhere.mixed bags of pumpkin and pine cone fillers

Choose a garland. I got 2 garlands for $7.99 each and intertwined them across the table to create a border for the center space. A garland is a quick and easy way to fill a lot of empty table space. Old Time Pottery has so many garlands and floral accents to choose from!A garland for your fall tablescapefall tablescape garland décor

Add candles. Candles are always a must when creating a cozy, welcoming space. I found these 4 faux Mercury Glass candle holders that matched my center pumpkin perfectly. They were $6.99 each and came in other shapes/sizes too!candles for fall table décorA lit candle for cozy fall vibes

Choose a few large accent pieces. I chose the two velvet pumpkins and honestly, I think they steal the show. They add a much needed pop of color + bring in a new texture. Old Time Pottery has a large selection of pumpkins in different sizes, shapes, and textures. *Bonus tip – don’t be afraid to experiment with different textures. Notice that I have burlap pumpkins stacked on/beside the velvet pumpkins.Fabric pumpkins for large accent pieces

Fill in the empty spaces. I bought 2 boxes of mixed filler pieces for $12.99 each. These had the burlap pumpkins, pine cones, leaves, and green floral pieces. They were great for making the table look full and dimensional. I stacked the pumpkins and pine cones to create an overflowing centerpiece.Filling empty spaces with more pumpkin filler piecesAnother look at the the candleOverhead view of the fall table décorOld Time Pottery décor on a fall table setting

Are you ready to head to your local Old Time Pottery and see what they have for Fall? I can’t wait to see what you find!

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