Boho Fall Table Scape!

I was so excited to decorate for Fall this year. It took me a little while to land on a style for my home, but now that I have a design I was ready to style for the best season ever. I wanted to stick with the color scheme of my home I used Navy and Orange as my base similar to the color in my home year around and added reds and tans in for the Fall season.

To accomplish this I jumped on the Baking Soda bandwagon to DIY some pumpkins. I started with the mixed pumpkins packs and larger different styles of pumpkins from Michael’s.

Following that I made a trip to Lowe’s to pick out some sample paints to gather my collection of colors.

Once I had all the colors I needed I sat down and poured about 2 tbsp of baking soda into each cup of paint.

Finally mix it all together and paint! πŸ™‚ I did two coats!

You can also watch my quick video tutorial here!πŸ‘‡

With the painting done (which took way to long ha) I got on to setting up the table scape!

I LOVED the matte look of the baking soda and how all of the colors came together. All of this was done for the price of the DIY pumpkins! Last year after Fall I thrifted 8 orange and navy cloth napkins for $4 so I knew this year I wanted to incorporate them into my decor. The only other purchase were the green plates from Target that were $0.79 a piece! The plate chargers are from the dollar store that were bought last year, and the fake eucalyptus that was also purchased last year, and finally thrifted candle holders that I sprayed black last year. With a little diy love I was able to create a brand new space for very little in the new season!

I know 2020 is such a strange year, but I still have all the excitement for the Fall season! Specifically drinking a warm cup of coffee while I watch the leaves turn πŸ˜‰

Happy Fall!

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