Fall, it’s in the air. The end of all summer fun, but the beginning of all the Holidays. I believe this fall tablescape can last through Thanksgiving. In fact, it’s perfect for Thanksgiving. You definitely can use real pumpkins…we just don’t’ have any yet in our area. It’s still pretty hot here in Nebraska.
I’m so excited to share my Fall Tablescape with you! This may be my favorite one that I’ve ever done. And it’s with fake pumpkins! I hope you enjoy it as well.
First, I’d love to thank Kristy from At Home with Kristy for including me in a fun blog hop! Together, Kristy and I, and several of our friends are going to be sharing some inspiration for all things fall. If you’re coming over from Tracy’s Blog, thanks so much for stopping by! She has so many amazing ideas. I’m loving her Fall Home Tour and all her fabulous tips! Be sure to check out all the amazing ideas at the end of this post.
So, let’s get started.
I’ve been wanting to try a Tablescape using a Tablecloth for a while. You don’t’ really see many tablecloths be used any more. But I found this lovely taupe buffalo plaid and I knew it would be perfect for fall. I mixed a floral cloth napkin, as well as white cloth napkins.
I decided against chargers or placemats. I used our everyday dishes, which are cream colored. I paired them with clear stemware and gold flatware. Each place setting has a bundle of wheat tied with white lace. It’s elegance and rustic all in one.
I’m really loving black candles for this time of the year. Not only are they classy and timeless, but I love the moodiness of the dark color. I mixed in black tapers with some white drippy candles. I used brass and crystal candle holders. I love tons of candles for a tablescape…especially for these cozy months ahead. Check out my reel on IG here.
The greenery is pretty simple. I used a mixed eucalyptus garland with 2 other different types of eucalyptus garlands. I added in a few extra picks of eucalyptus. Then, I added a bit of color with dried red sorghum.
And the stars of the show…the pumpkins. I have a whole blog post dedicated to my favorite faux pumpkins, so check that out. For this tablescape, I used 5 orange pumpkins as the center piece. I had a couple small green pumpkins that I placed in a wood bowl. I think they look pretty real! I wanted this table to be formal and a bit glam. To make it all a little more believable, I used faux pomegranates and faux figs, as well.
I hope you were inspired to create your own fall tablescape. Use real or faux pumpkins. Change up the colors! All white pumpkins would be so pretty! Or you could do different shades of green pumpkins. I absolutely love that idea!
Up next on the tour is Rose with Jenny Wren Design and then Missy with Sonata Home Design. They both have beautiful fall home tours that you cannot miss! And be sure to check out all the fall inspiration! These ladies are all so talented!
Until next time Treasure Hunters!
Check it out!
Top Row: Kristy Nicolle Crystal Tracy
Second Row: Kylie Rose Missy Susan
Leslie Watkins says
Love the table with those pumpkins and greenery. And tapers just finish it beautifully.
Such a beautiful table with all the gorgeous pumpkins ane candles! Thanks for a great blog hop! ~Missy
Rose Yoder says
Oh this is just beautiful Kylie! I love to use faux pumpkins in the house as well! So fun sharing this blog hop with you!
What a beautiful tablescape! I love the black candles too – I have never thought about them outside of Halloween or maybe New Year’s but you are right they look perfect in this setting plus they are very elegant. It has been fun hopping along with you.
Kristy Mastrandonas says
Gorgeous Fall tablescape, Kylie! I love how you’ve layered the greenery and pumpkins down the center of your table; and those black candles are the perfect moody accent!
Kylie this tablesetting is gorgeous! You can’t go wrong with pumpkins and taper candles! So happy to have found you through this hop!
Yes, I 100% agree!
Beautiful and elegant Kylie! I love how you added just the right amount of greenery! Fun ‘hopping’ with you today!
Thank you so much!