The versatility of fall tiered tray decor is endless.
That’s what I love most about tiered trays. They are so utilitarian and decorative that they are like snowflakes – no two are alike. Each of us has such individual style and taste. Plus we use the trays for different purposes. Some might use it for organizing while others use it strictly for decorating. I have used tiered trays for both purposes and I just love them. But for now I will share how I decorated my fall tiered tray.
The only new purchase is this adorable “Pumpkin Kisses Harvest Wishes” sign. It was $3.99 from HomeGoods.
As my style dictates, I love to infuse vintage elements in my decor. With this fall tiered tray I thought it would be fun to use vintage silver pieces as pedestals. A couple of sugar bowls and a candlestick were perfect vessels to hold little pumpkins and feathers. All of the silver pieces were thrift store finds.
I think they turned out pretty cute 🙂
Y’all know I’m crazy for feathers too! I use them in my decor whenever I can.
The little round fuzzy thingies came in a bag of fall filler. I’m not even sure what they are called but I’ve had them for a couple of years and I use them over and over every year.
Repeat Decor Elements
If you have been reading my posts for the past several weeks, you already know that I love to use my fall painted neutral pumpkins. You’ve seen them in my blue and white tablescape and in my blue and white living room tour. I think it is key to saving money and staying true to my style when I repeat using elements.
Tiered trays add an element of drama to a coffee table, kitchen island or dining room sideboard too.
Affiliate links have been included for your shopping convenience. Tiered trays keep gaining in popularity as a home decor staple. Sadly this means that prices keep escalating. I’ve curated a couple of options below.
If you have a tiered tray at home that you have styled, Jenn and I would love to see it!
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