How many of you have this gorgeous autumn tablescape saved to your Pinterest boards? I have long loved it – the barn setting, table, mismatched chairs, light, blue and white plates, and that stunning teal and orange palette.
Inpsired by this beautiful tablescape, I have been on the hunt for a teal runner or even a fabric I could cut into a runner for.ever! I was SO SO SO excited to not only find a teal runner this fall, but one that is super long and will accommodate my huge table with both leaves in. As it turns out we’re not hosting Thanksgiving this year, but I’m thinking it could make a really pretty non-traditional Christmas table too.
I love runners because they can be used alone or layered over a tablecloth, and I’m less concerned about them getting stained. A runner is a fantastic opportunity to add a little color, texture or personality to your table. I like a runner to hang over the ends of the table like a tablecloth, so I always look for the really long ones that I can use with the leaves in the table, or fold when using on my shortened table.
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Teal Melange Khadi Runner from World Market (108″) on sale $19.99 (this is the one I ordered!)
Grasscloth-like Violet Runner from Crate & Barrel (90″) on sale $23.96 (this color would be so pretty at Christmas too!)
Birch Lane Sunderland Runner from Wayfair (only 72″ though) $39 (comes in other colors too, including a pretty fuschia)
Ayr Jute Runner from Joss & Main (108″/dry clean only) $26.95 (this also comes in other colors)
Metallic Abstract Grid Runner (90″) from West Elm $49
Shibori Indigo Hand Dyed Table Runner (105″) from Ollie & Wren on Etsy $61 (washer and dryer safe!)
Succulent Table Runner from World Market (90″) on sale $19.99
Burlap Runner (108″) from Amazon $10.34
The runner above has serged edges so it won’t unravel, but if you’re up for a DIY version, try my no-sew burlap runner!
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Have a wonderful weekend friends!