Chicken Feeder Fall Tablescape

7 Materials
20 Minutes
Yes, I have a chicken feeder on my dining table. I found this rusty find at The Found Cottage Mercantile Market for $40 and it's almost 6 feet long! I knew it would fit my dining table perfect and that I could make the perfect fall tablescape out of it.
I filled the chicken feeder with two bags of mini gourds and pumpkins and two faux floral sunflower bouquets that I had pulled the flowers off of. I then wove cotton underneath the chicken feeder as a filler to make this space look more full than it really
Up next is the fun part, decorating with pumpkins! Michaels had a sale and all their fall decor was 60% off. That's where I scored my adorable blue pumpkins!
I randomly tucked the pumpkins in all around my chicken feeder. This is more of a trial and error process until you get the look you want.
I also incorporated ticking stripe linens to add to my farmhouse style. These can go with any season and are so budget friendly!
To finish off my tablescape, I layered galvanized metal chargers with the Maison Versailles dinnerware collection and some red ticking stripe linens. Now my fall tablescape is ready to host some family dinners for the coming fall season!
Getting my materials and decor ready!
Materials with links are available on my blog, here.
Suggested materials:
  • Blue Pumpkins   (Michaels)
  • Mini Pumpkins   (Dollar Store)
  • Pumpkins & Gourds Bag   (Michaels)
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