I’m so glad to be sharing our my fall tablescape with all of you today along with 13 other bloggers! Today we are kicking off round 2 of the Seasons of Home series for fall. Last week we all shared our fall kitchens or recipes, and there were so many yummy treats, you can click HERE in case you missed it! As you know Tablescapes are a passion of mine. I love creating them, making each one unique and different. Since last years fall tablescape was more formal, I wanted this years to feel relaxed, with all the coziness fall has to offer!
Our leaves have already started to change outside, but before the bright oranges and yellows appear, there are deep burgundy’s and muted tones popping up as our green leaves begin to turn. It’s really quite a beautiful process, and I love that I get to live in one of the most beautiful parts of the country to have a front row seat. For this years tablescape I wanted to reflect what was going on in nature outside.
I created this centerpiece with colors that mimic what is going on outside. Deep greens turn into deep burgundies, and the slight turn of leaves is well underway!
I kept the rest of the table simple. Layering a window pane dish towel over a simple linen table cloth, and some fresh squash and figs that play off the colors of my centerpiece.
I love how warm and inviting all the details make the space feel. Even though I kept things simple, I love the rustic feel this table has.
Of course I used my go-to favorite pieces for the place settings. Classic white plates, vintage silverware, charcoal linen napkins, and rustic twig chargers.
I kept things simple on my sideboard too. Using a few more seasonal pumpkins and squashes to subtly say fall is on its way.
I hope you’re ready some more beautiful fall tablescape inspiration! My friends have created some beautiful tables, so I hope you grab a cup of coffee and enjoy seeing some more beautiful tables.
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