Fall Coffee Table Decor

October 20, 2023

Wondering how to decorate your coffee table for fall? Wonder no more. I have a simple, inexpensive fall vignette that you can put together in literally minutes for pennies; maybe even with things you already have around the house!

cinderella pumpkin topiary on coffee table

Let's start with one of my first fall coffee table vignettes. 

tobacco basket boxwood wreath mini pumpkins

I have to admit that my new fall coffee table vignette is similar to one of my favorite fall coffee tables from the past. Namely, this boxwood wreath and heirloom pumpkin fall coffee table decor. Natural elements and a tobacco basket were all I needed to create this stunning display.

white living room fall pillows coffee table pumpkin topiary

Along those same lines, today's fall coffee table is quite simple to make and uses natural (and faux) elements: two wreaths, three pumpkins and two faux bittersweet garlands. Boom. Done. You got this.

I started with an old grapevine wreath I had on hand. Grapevine wreaths are so versatile and can be used for literally every season and/or holiday. I love their rustic simplicity. You can dress them up or dress them down.

Cinderella pumpkin topiary on coffee table

In keeping with the rustic simplicity vibe I simply added a boxwood wreath, a few pumpkins and two pip berry garlands. And voila. 

three pumpkins topiary pyramid pip berry garland

I couldn't help taking a few beauty shots.

two toned Cinderella pumpkin on top of wreaths


blush champagne pumpkins topiary


heirloom pumpkins munchkin pumpkin wreaths

Well, that's it for today, friends!

I hope you enjoyed reading about my

Simple Fall Coffee Table Decor

and that I've inspired you in some way.

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cinderella pumpkin topiary on coffee table

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My thrift store addiction said...

Kathleen, your fall coffee table decor is so pretty--love that pumpkin stack! Blessings, Cecilia

Mila said...

So beautiful! Love the setup. I had one of those pumpkins last years - it's so pretty and tasty, too.
Greetings from Scotland,
Mila

Junkchiccottage said...

Looks so pretty. Happy New Week. Hugs. Kris

Anonymous said...

Loved your arrangement! The only thing I would add is a clear glass plate under the bottom pumpkin--just in case it starts to rot; you don't want to ruin your tabletop. Don't even ask how I know!!! Now when I use gourds on a wooden surface, I check them frequently for spoilage! Kathy A

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