Autumn Tablescape Blog Hop

Autumn Tablescape

Here’s another week of fun tablescapes organized by Chloe Crabtree with Celebrate and Decorate! It is such an honor to be a part of this blog hop once again. If you’d like to see our Summer Blog Hop, you can find it here. Thank you Chloe for all the hard work you put into these hops.



Here is the incredible schedule of many talented bloggers. Each post will be live on the day they are listed.


Everyday Living | My Kentucky Living Blog | Starfish Cottage | Up To Date Interiors | Twelve on Main 


Life and Linda | CoziNest | Ramblings of a Southern Girl | The Little Yellow Corner Store | Celebrate & Decorate 

Home is Where the Boat Is | Casa Watkins Living | Belle Bleu Interiors Dining Delight | Rustic & Refined | Sweet Sensations 

PANOPLY | The Painted Apron | Exquisitely Unremarkable | Flourish & Knot | Little Bits of Home


Bluesky Kitchen  | Farmhouse 40 | Designthusiasm | Red Cottage Chronicles | OMG Lifestyle Blog | Knock It Off Kim 

 Wood, Velvet and Cotton Bolls

Fall is such a hopeful time of year. We are enthusiastic that temperatures will soon begin to drop, with the soft whisper of falling leaves coming close behind. We have teams to cheer and dreams of championships ahead. Our homes are filled with the smell of chili on the stove or apples baking in the oven. And the best part for me… the colors of earth are planted in our flowerbeds and scattered indoors as throw pillows, afghans and pumpkin soup bowls.

Fall Table Setting

The warmth of a fireplace creates a cozy ambiance for snuggling and reading on the sofa. It’s a calm and relaxing season, until the holiday chaos begins. That is … except on Saturdays in the South. College football is our social life and creates opportunity for sharing good food and great times.

Fall Lanterns and Pottery

It is also a fantastic time for getting a few things done around the house, like cleaning out the gutters and raking up pine straw. 007 is the man with the golden rake! Planting mums and pansies for the colder weather and decorating to celebrate the harvest are a few things on my list each year.

Velvet Pumpkins and Placesettings

I loved the velvet pumpkins the first season they came out. So pretty!


After a full day of working, it’s such a cheerful sight to gather at a festive table and break bread together. It’s a time to bow our heads in astonishment at the wondrous bounty we’ve been blessed with over the last few months. And I love a table that represents all the things we love about Fall.

Fall Place setting

The colors of nature, leaves, wood, a harvest of pumpkins, gourds and butternut squash remind me of pilgrims with their horns of plenty. Feathers, cotton bolls, corn and pheasants help me to appreciate my own Native American heritage and the part they play in this Thanksgiving season.

DIY Fall Napkin Ring

The crunch of leaves beneath our feet, the smell of smoking chimneys and the comfort of our sweaters are instant security; even if it’s only for an hours-glass worth of time. Deadlines and the sense of urgency that we strive with daily seem a bit less burdensome, giving us a sense of calm right before Christmas.

From the Host


Dollar Tree Green Pumpkins

Fall, is a great time to set a pretty table, enjoy a cup of wassail or hot chocolate with a friend and count your blessings. Enjoy all of these lovely tablescapes for inspiration and let me know how you are enjoying the first days of Fall.

Candles and Pumpkins

Happy Fall Y’all!

DIY Cotton Boll Napkin Ring

These cotton boll napkin rings were a fun project for the table.

Gold and Green Glassware

Chicken Wire Napkin Rings

Chicken Wire with Cotton Boll Napkin Rings:



  1. Shape wire into ring and secure wire with plyers.
  2. Hot glue burlap leaves to wire.
  3. Add cotton bolls, feathers and grasses with hot glue.
  4. Cover glue with Spanish Moss
  5. Tie with twine.

You can find another chicken wire project here.

Autumn Tablescape

Thank you to TJMaxx for discounted merchandise used in this feature. Other supplies were purchased at Lowe’s, Hobby Lobby and The Dollar Tree.

55 thoughts on “Autumn Tablescape Blog Hop

  1. Your tablescape is lovely Kim. The sweet little pumpkin s on each plate is great. Very original idea and so idea, the cotton boll napkin rings. The video is a wonderful idea.

    1. Thank you, Sarah. I have really enjoyed my napkin rings. The blog hop is great inspiration for getting things done on my list!

  2. Thank you for sharing such a pretty autumn table! I love the shimmer of the gold glassware and the plates. The napkin ring tutorial was a welcome addition! Indeed a cozy and welcoming table to break bread with family and friends!

  3. Oh my goodness, Kim! I love your cheetah print pumpkin and those cotton boll napkin holders are on my list! Beautiful job, with too many unique details to count. So fun to be sharing the Autumn Tablescape Blog Hop with you!

  4. Beautiful fall table. Loving what you did to those napkins, that’s so pretty! And thank you, as soon as you said Chilli? I knew what I was making for dinner. Color me fall inspired after seeing your beautiful table Kim!

  5. Kim, this is such a beautiful table and commentary! The napkin rings are so creative and thanks for the video instruction! Just a lovely setting that would be so nice to sit and enjoy a cup of wassail! Pam @ Everyday Living

    1. Pam, I would absolutely love to sit down with all of you blog-hoppers! You are all so very talented. A cup of wassail with you would be sweet and educational!

  6. I love your colors of nature table for fall. Your text and descriptions of celebrating the fall season with the crunch of leaves smoking chimneys make me want to linger at your table. Thanks for sharing your Chicken Wire with Cotton Boll Napkin Rings tutorial!

  7. Kim, your Fall Tablescape is gorgeous and inviting! It is filled with such beautiful Fall color! The velvet pumpkins add such the perfect touch. I love the napkin rings that you made! What a wonderful idea! I hope that you have a wonderful week and Happy Fall!!!

    1. Thanks, Shannon! I had the chicken wire left from another project and thought they’d make a cute addition to the table. I’m pleased with how they turned out.

  8. You have done a wonderful job summing up the magic of the fall season with your cleverly chosen words and lovely descriptions of the things we do and cherish around this time of year. Your writing combined with the pretty pictures of your terrific tablescape have me feeling cozy and very appreciative of all things “home”. The cotton bolls make perfect napkin rings and I really like the individual pumpkins at each place setting.

  9. What a beautiful table you have set for Autumn! Those napkin rings are the star of your table for sure! I love that you provided a tutorial for how to make them! The colors of your table certainly say, “Fall”. Thank you so much for being a part of this fun blog hop with your addition of your lovely tablescape!

    1. Chloe, you are the best! You work so hard on these blog hops, there are not enough words to thank you for all you do. I am honored to be listed with all of these great bloggers. Thanks for including me!!!

  10. Kim, you’ve styled a very nice tablescape here. I really like your commentary on the season in general, and especially appreciate your comments on your NA heritage and how you incorporated that into your napkin rings, both of which I love. Thank you for sharing the tutorial – pinning.
    Rita C at Panoply

    1. Rita, thanks so much for reading all the way through my post. Sometimes, it is just easier to scroll through pictures with captions. But comments like yours tells me my writing is being read. Best compliment in the world! Thank you!

  11. Your use of various textures are amazing in this tablescape. From the soft velvety pumpkins and soft cotton boll (which I love the video instructions) to the large hard wood leaf and metal of the black lanterns. The fall colors are so pleasing and soothing to the soul, just like your description. Truly a table to sit, enjoy and count one’s many blessings.

    1. Marsha, I am counting one more blessing this season. New blogger friends like you! Thanks so much for your sweet comment!

  12. Lovely way to welcome fall into your home Kim, and all your descriptions of things that we associate with the cooler temperatures and Autumn months really bring fall into the air! Love love the napkin rings, the chicken wire is brilliant and aren’t you clever to include a video! The cotton bolls make them for me, so pretty!

    1. This is my first attempt at adding video to my blog. It was a lot of fun and I hope to improve my video skills as I go along!

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