This post is part of a 31 day series – “31 days to decorate your home on a budget.” You can read all the posts in this series here.
I love decorating my table! Some simple placemats and a centerpiece add so much to the room.
A lot of my placemats come from Kohl’s, for a couple reasons – they have a large, ever-changing selection of placemats, they put them on deep clearance after the season (sometimes as low as $1 each), and I always have coupons for Kohl’s!
Here is my table set for fall right now. (Placemats/napkins from Kohl’s, I made the pumpkin topiary last year.)
Here are some spring placemats (can’t remember where these came from?)
I use these placemats during spring/summer (placemats/napkins from Kohl’s, flower bunch from Dollar Tree)
Summer/4th of July table (placemats/napkins from Kohl’s) The napkins have a star sewed on them.
And I can display them with the star showing…
Or hidden if I wanted to use the napkins with non-patriotic placemats.
(the centerpiece was clearance at Joann’s, I think?)
Told you I use these candlesticks everywhere! Love using them as a centerpiece. (Placemats/napkins from Kohl’s again!)
These placemats are reversible so you can get double use out of them. (Placemats from Ross)
I bought these this past summer and I really like them! (from Kohl’s, of course!)
The napkins were a thrift store find – 50¢ each.
The only thing from Pottery Barn that I own – a set of 4 napkins from the Pottery Barn outlet.
I usually pair them up with these solid placemats.
You can even use a grouping of items as a centerpiece.
Most of these sets I have had for a few years. I don’t buy them all at once. Maybe 1 or 2 sets a year so my stash has grown over the years.
I just shop my house or my décor stash for centerpieces. Most of these pieces, I use in different areas of the house throughout the year.
You can find placemats on clearance at department stores, at yard sales, at thrift stores, or even make your own. I have gotten several sets of napkins for 50¢ each at Value Village recently.
I love changing my table décor throughout the year – how about you?