Natural Fall Table Runner

Our breakfast nook is visible from our foyer. 
It isn’t always very pretty because this table gets used a lot.
(homework, crafts, entertaining, paper airplane making….)
The table was once a workbench in my garage.

 Today, the table looks pretty so I will share it with you.
The Burlap Window Panels got me started on more Fall Decor.

Pine cones, real mini pumpkins, votive candles in recycled jars lay on top of 1X6 pine.
The random number eight is an address number from the hardware store.
I updated my light fixture – that post is coming soon. 
(I made the Burlap Lamp Shades last year)
There is even some left over moss stuck to some of the burlap from the storage box it was in all year.

Happy October Sunday!

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Perfect…I LOVE your beautiful home. It has such a creative yet peaceful feel 🙂 Laurel

Debra @ Common Ground

Oh my gosh, I totally LOVE your wonderful workbench turned table. so cool!!

Sandi~A Cottage Muse

Looks great Holly…wish I could stop by and visit with you!

Debra from Bungalow

Whoever thought that burlap could make such a decorating impact! It all looks so pretty!

Leslie Harris

Ok, I've got my burlap ready and your pretty table has seriously motivated me. Thanks for sharing,Holly. This is the next thing I do after my burlap ottoman. (great minds think alike!)Leslie (aka Gwen Moss)


Hey gal the table looks wonderful, simple and clean looking but still tells a story. Really love how your burlap curtain panels look with your table.


Very cute! Simple yet makes a big statement. Took a look at your other two posts also. Love it all. You always come up with the BEST ideas!


Ok….you've talked me into it…I am now going to make burlap curtains…been thinking about it for over a year, and seeing yours made my mind up!! Thanks! ~Kim


Your table looks great Holly! You post are always so inspiring. Enjoy your evening, Gail

Skye Kilaen

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I love your blog!What is the name of the paint color in this room?

Junky Vagabond

Simple and understated – lovely!


The table is beautiful and I like all the natural elments.Cynthia

Something Nice and Pretty

Love it! I so have to try those curtains! The table itself is beautiful, hard to believe it was a workbench! Love the burlap and the pumpkins!


Love all the repeated burlap elements! Your natural table runner is very pretty!

Susan @

Beautiful Holly… and easy to remove the pumpkins and add Christmas decorations for an easy switch! Very pretty, your new house is looking beautiful!


It all looks great, we must have been thinking alike this week. I also did a natural element table. I moved you post to my FB page for others to see:)

Elizabeth (Blue Clear Sky)

Very pretty!


Beautiful and inspiring, as always! I am still eye-balling those burlap drapes…..just having trouble finding the roll of burlap at a hardware or nursery center. All I've found so far is that super-stiff stuff on the bolt at the fabric store….


I love your blog. I hope to try the burlap curtains soon. Thanks for sharing you how to's!


A lovely fall table, love the runner and the pumpkins and \”8\”. I love burlap, too, and yours looks fabulous! Mary

Dirt Princess

I really like the simplicity of it. Very nice.


I like how you decorated your table down the center like you did. That little #8 is so cute. Love how you repurposed it! Your burlap draperies really warm up the space and go perfect with your Fall decor.


Clever! I LOVE your table!

Shabby chic Sandy

Your table looks great! Our dining table is right in the middle of our small house and also gets used for everything! I love your runner…very nice!