Fall Table with Oaks and Acorns
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I have gathered together some wonderful talented table stylists to share their interpretations of a Welcome Fall tablescape. When you finish here, please take the time to visit the blogs listed at the bottom of this post.
The chandelier still had some foliage on it from my Apple Tablescape, so I added additional oak leaves to continue the oak theme.
This tablescape is a reflection of the year we are living in. Usual seasonal or holiday tables for me mean special dishes reflective of the occasion. Alas, this blog has seen most of my themed dishes. Since February, or maybe early March I haven’t been shopping at my regular haunts. You know, Home Sense, Home Goods, At Home and more. Now it was time for a new seasonal table, with no new dishes, what to do?
This is my chance to show you how you can use any dishes to set a seasonal table. Kate Spade Larabee Road Platinum Dot is the china I began collecting for our contemporary condominium in Ohio. Since that is on the market, I brought this china to Florida. White china with platinum dots might seem like the last choice for a fall table, but this worked!
It was long past time to dig out this beautiful silver that has been handed down from my mother, and from her mother to her. This is Wild Rose by International Silver. It is such a joy to actually use it and not keep it tucked away.
To coordinate with the silver on the china I dug out the pieces of silver I have. A coffee pot, a water pitcher and a casserole dish were all filled with artificial oak and maple leaves. There is the slightest hint of color as the leaves are only beginning to turn.
Gray napkins were gathered over green ones to combine both of the colors featured on the table. White satin ribbons serve as the napkin rings, each with a little faux oak leaf and cluster of acorns tucked inside.
Pumpkins are great for fall, but I really want to save pumpkins for Halloween and Thanksgiving. The table runner I decided to use does have pumpkins on it, but they aren’t prominent and instead of orange, they are muted grays and beige.
Stemware is simple for this table, clear glass wine goblets are complemented by Brookside by Marquis for Waterford sparkling water goblets.
The table runner is decked out with silver pieces filled with faux oak leaves, acorns and pale maple leaves.
If you would like to see some of my past fall tablescapes, you can visit them here: Celebrate & Decorate Fall Tablescapes.
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Welcome Fall Tablescape Blog Hop
Please take the time to visit these talented blogs and see how they are welcoming fall with their amazing tables!
Celebrate & Decorate | Design Morsels | Mantel and Table
Corner of Plaid and Paisley | Home is Where the Boat Is | Belle Blue Interiors
Calypso in the Country | Our Crafty Mom | My Thrift Store Addiction
The Painted Apron | The Little Yellow Corner Store | Sweet Sensations
Living With Thanksgiving | Panoply
Life and Linda | Everyday Living | Bluesky at Home
Life at Bella Terra | Red Cottage Chronicles | Cozinest