Fall Country Harvest Tablescape

Last week I started my fall decorating in the kitchen, and this week I’m moving on to another fun space to decorate for each season, our dining room.

Learn simple fall decorating tips from this beautiful country harvest themed fall tablescape

I’m calling this our “country harvest” tablescape because the whole look started with a big bucket of wheat that was harvested this summer from the field all around our house, which is so special to the boys and I. I’ve decorated with fake wheat stems for years, but to have the real thing that was graciously given to us by the farmer just feels like such an organic, personal way to bring fall into our farmhouse. We watched the wheat grow from our back window as it was planted after harvest last fall and lay dormant over the winter until spring woke it back up to let the plants finish growing. If you follow me on Instagram, you may remember seeing this photo of our little white barn in a winter wonderland of snow with a lush field of green in the background. It was such a pretty picture of the barn as winter began turning to spring and captured the stark white snow next to the green growing fields… sort of a unique snapshot of nature. I was so thankful that we were given a tiny part of the wheat harvest, and the boys love having a bit of the farm in our house this fall. I placed the wheat in two of my favorite pitchers in the center of the table and continued decorating from there.

Learn simple fall decorating tips from this beautiful country harvest themed fall tablescape

A mix of simple white plates, crochet edge napkins, some vintage elements, monogramed silverware, velvet pumpkins, a lace table runner and a little bit of candlelight felt like just the right combination to complete this country harvest table. I kept everything neutral, as I usually do, but love the little touch of blue in the plates and the richness of the dark brown velvet pumpkins against all the light in the room.

Learn simple fall decorating tips from this beautiful country harvest themed fall tablescape

Learn simple fall decorating tips from this beautiful country harvest themed fall tablescape

Learn simple fall decorating tips from this beautiful country harvest themed fall tablescape

Learn simple fall decorating tips from this beautiful country harvest themed fall tablescape

Beyond just the table setting, I did change a few bigger things in this room recently that you’ve probably noticed. First, I finally added curtains to the two windows on either side of the table. I’ve had bamboo roman shades hanging in the windows for a long time, but because one window has a baseboard heater underneath, I couldn’t have any long, pretty curtains hanging there. Last year I ended up having to replace and upgrade the heating/cooling unit for the house, which eliminated the need for using the baseboard heaters and my curtain dilemma. That back wall always felt so long and bare and plain, so I was very excited to finally get some curtains hung in here. It softens the space so much and perfectly frames the antique mirror and plates I have hung on the wall in between the windows. They are a little more ivory than the wall color, which helps break up that long stretch of wall, and I love the little ties at the top. They have a very romantic/shabby chic feeling to them.

Second, you saw in last week’s post that I bought a new table and chairs for the kitchen, and this is where I moved the old dining chairs to. I left one bench along the back wall since it is easier to slide in and out having a bench there, but replaced the bench on the other side with our dining chairs. I love this look so much more, and those X back chairs are so easy on the eyes. I added some tufted chair pads to make them more comfortable, and I feel like this whole space is finally coming together in the way I’ve always wanted it to. I’ve said it many times before… decorating your home is a journey and a process that should be enjoyed no matter what stage you are in.

Learn simple fall decorating tips from this beautiful country harvest themed fall tablescape

Learn simple fall decorating tips from this beautiful country harvest themed fall tablescape

Learn simple fall decorating tips from this beautiful country harvest themed fall tablescape

Learn simple fall decorating tips from this beautiful country harvest themed fall tablescape

Learn simple fall decorating tips from this beautiful country harvest themed fall tablescape

Learn simple fall decorating tips from this beautiful country harvest themed fall tablescape

Learn simple fall decorating tips from this beautiful country harvest themed fall tablescape

Learn simple fall decorating tips from this beautiful country harvest themed fall tablescape

Learn simple fall decorating tips from this beautiful country harvest themed fall tablescape

I hope you’ll follow my friends and I as we celebrate the changing seasons in our homes again this year in our “Seasons of Home” holiday series!


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Comments

  1. Love your Currier and Ives plates. I use them as my everyday dishes!

  2. I love this. I love your style. I say that every time I comment, lol. I ordered 2 of the smaller pitchers. Now to find some wheat. 🙂

  3. Wow, what a fablous table

  4. Table setting , that is

  5. Pamela Martin says:

    What an amazingly beautiful dining room. I absolutely love it.
    I just bought your book and haven’t had a chance to read it yet. Really looking forward to it.
    I have a bunch of bearded barley that was harvested from my parents farm. I have had it for about 20 years, and every year I loose a few more pieces. Soon there won’t be any left. Very precious to me.
    *Smiles*

  6. Liz you have a knack for bringing a unique elegance to farmhouse style. It truly is your signature and it’s easy to spot anywhere. Love those goblets and the wheat in the pitchers!

  7. Loving this pretty table- those velvet pumpkins with the wheat, it’s just lovely!

  8. This entire space is lovely! a question I hope you can answer? My son is building me this exact table. I’ve been trying to decide on a stain that is very light but can’t figure out what to use. Your table almost appears to have no stain….is it perhaps just sealed and not stained? The top looks very clean and doesn’t appear to have makes from use. I would love to hear what you did to it.
    Thank you

  9. So beautiful Liz! I love how everything has such beautiful texture. It is so peaceful.

  10. I love it all, especially the pitchers full of wheat, just beautiful 🙂

  11. This is beautiful! Wonderful job! I love how you decorated your table, so creative!

  12. Qistina R says:

    i love your ideas and all of the photos are good too! may i know what camera do u use to capture beautiful photos?

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