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    Tablescapes

    Casual Family Fall Tablescape

    Casual Family Fall Tablescape

    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.

    I am once again joining Rachelle from My Hubbard Home for the 5th week of There’s No Place Like Home blog hop!  

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    This table was set for everyday use.  A quick trip to Target made this table so easy to style!  I will include all of the links beneath this post, so you can recreate the same look if you would like.

    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! 

    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.  A pair of wheat clusters tied with burlap and ribbon sit at each end of the table.  These are easily moved to a nearby table for fall decor.

    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!  

    Set this table yourself:  

    Dinner Plates
    Tablecloth
    Napkins
    Pumpkin Tureens
    Wood Serving Board 
    Placemats

    Visit the rest of these blogs:  

    Autumn Blog Hop – “There’s No Place Like Home” – Tablescapes Oct 14
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    My Humble Home and Garden Karins Kottage The Painted Apron Calypso in The Country
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    Celebrate And Decorate Mantel and Table My Hubbard Home  

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    Chloe is the creator of Celebrate & Decorate. Chloe is passionate about having a comfortable and well designed home - she also loves to entertain family and friends. Learn more about Chloe. Follow Chloe: Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Google+, YouTube

    19 Comments

    1. Chloe, your casual table is beautiful! I love the plaid for fall and that simple centerpiece is so eye catching. And you can’t go wrong with Target for decorating items! Great hopping with you again!
      Shelley

    2. Chloe, those little pumpkin soup bowls are so cute! I love the casual simplicity of your table. Pinned!

    3. Plaid is so perfect for Fall, as the temps start to drop and we want cozy things! Your table is so attractive, it’s practical yet lovely enough for company too! Your daughter must do a lot of laundry using cloth napkins everyday, but such a nice way to dine! Love the colors, the plates {I love melamine plates that look like the real deal!!} and the pumpkin bowls. The centerpiece is so pretty too, great looking bread board! Thank you so much for hosting our hops, they are always so much fun and full of great ideas!

      1. Thank you Jenna. I bought my daughter about 20 everyday napkins for her to use. If they aren’t too dirty, the girls pull them back into a napkin ring and use them for the next meal, so I don’t think she has to wash them too often.

    4. Chloe this is super cute! Love the plaid and the melamine blue plates mixed with the darling mini white pumpkin bowls! Such a great idea to serve soup or macaroni and cheese in them! Can you bake in them? I think I need some!! So cute! Pinning!
      Karin

    5. What a fun tablescape and I love that it is great for so many fall occasions. Thank you so much for sharing.

    6. Chloe, everything on your table looks perfect for cozy, daily table use.

      I haven’t visited Target this fall. Thanks for sharing all your great finds. I was certain those blue palates were stoneware.
      Love, love affordable decorating especially for the tablescapes!

      Thanks again for adding all of your beautiful ideas to this blog hop. Your creative ideas are invaluable.

      RR

    7. Ok – I’m IN! Macaroni and cheese in those darling little pumpkins is my idea of the perfect dinner! Great table too, btw! 🙂 No, but seriously! Your tablecloth is the perfect anchor for the fun settings and pumpkin centerpiece. I’d love to be a guest at this table – just call me when the mac and cheese is ready! 🙂

    8. This table is made for lingering after the meal. It’s cozy, practical, and stylish.

    9. I love the plaid and blue, and the cute cutting board with the pumpkins– it all looks so nice together!

      Liberty

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