If you are looking for ideas for a simple fall tablescape, you need not look any further. This is a table you can set for dinner any night of the week from now and right on through September, October and November. Sitting down at this table you know that autumn is upon us.
Okay, yes, I tend to go elaborate with my tablescapes. I have no excuse, I LOVE to style fantasy, over the top tables. This past week I spent time in Maryland with my daughter and granddaughters. There were cookies to be baked and stories to be read, but no fancy tables.
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You can’t go wrong with a centerpiece as easy as this! A wood cutting board topped with tiny pumpkins can last throughout the season! If you are ready to add this centerpiece to your table and real pumpkins are not yet available, you can recreate this with a variety of artificial pumpkins.
This table was set for everyday use. A quick trip to Target made this table so easy to style! I know you have been to Target at least once this past week. I went twice on Friday alone! Take a look around the store and see what you can find that will bring the some fall decor to your dinner table. I will include all of the links beneath this post, so you can recreate the same look if you would like.
Bundles of wheat wrapped in burlap were a Home Goods find. I added the orange ribbons to carry the color up a little higher on the table. This is a fall decoration that can be used on a table or most anyplace in your home. Put these on a mantel, a coffee table, anyplace that needs a little bit of fall color.
My daughter uses cloth napkins with her girls. It saves a lot of paper napkins! These cream colored napkins and the wood napkin rings were things I already had on hand, these are great basics to keep on hand.
I love pumpkin soup tureens like these! Don’t you? These are such cute little individual ones! Once again, I found these at Target. They carry a large tureen you can serve from, too.
These cute little covered soup bowls are adorable, aren’t they? For my granddaughters they are more likely to hold tomato soup than roasted pumpkin soup, but they would also be delish filled with some macaroni and cheese! The leaf trimmed goblets are Dollar Tree from last year, but they have similar ones this year, too!
Can you believe these are are melamine and bamboo plates? I was sure they were stoneware until I picked one up at the store! …and they are only $3 each!! The placemats are from Target, too!
The pretty fall plaid tablecloth is a Target purchase, too! It doesn’t take much to style this table and enjoy fall the remainder of the season! I will have so many more fall tablescapes to inspire you.