Today Mary Ann, Annie, and I are joining some of our blogging buddies and we are sharing fall tablescapes. I know our thanksgiving gathering will be much smaller this year, only our immediate family. However, I still want to set a pretty table. How about you? If you have been reading this blog for long you know I am all about a collected look. When I am creating a tablescape it is no different. Fall is my absolute favorite time to decorate so here are my tips on how to create a collected fall tablescape.
#1 SHOP YOUR HOME
Everything I used in this tablescape was gathered from my own home. The twig chargers I have owned for years, as well as the glassware. The plates were from Pier 1 years ago.
#2 USE ORGANIC ELEMENTS
In this case, I used fall florals, pumpkins, moss balls, leaves, twigs, and sunflowers. The moss balls can be found here
#3 USE SOMETHING UNEXPECTED
I used fabric scraps, pillow covers etc. to add texture under the plates and the charger. Dig around and use what you have to create your tablescape.
#4 MIX TEXTURES AND PATTERNS
I started out with a burlap table cover, layered it with a block print table cloth & napkins from ShreeroopamUSA on Etsy. ShreeroopamUSA is also offering a discount code to my readers for anything in their shop. Use code DESIGN20. I used different block printed napkins for fun.
The napkin rings are from Pottery Barn. I have had them for about five years. They are linked below.
Don’t be afraid to step outside your comfort zone. This pandemic has made me want more color, pattern, and fun.
I love setting up a table in front of the fireplace. Fall weather is the best here on the Central Coast. Everything that is available you can find in my shop the post at the bottom of the page.
SHOP HOW TO CREATE A COLLECTED FALL TABLESCAPE
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Now pop over and visit our friends for some gorgeous fall table inspiration. Take a peek at the graphic and I know you will want more!