There is no time better than the first week of October to share a fun neutral fall tablescape. I love fall so much! Being able to add autumn elements to our home really just makes everything feel much more festive!
This tablescape is part of the Fall Festival Blog Hop that is happening all week, hosted by my sweet friend, Kendra from Joy In Our Home . When you are done here, definitely check out some of the other amazing tablescapes, mantels, recipes, vignettes, and front porches! If you are stopping by from My Creative Days, I’m so glad you are here!
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When the season rolls around, we can’t wait to pick out pumpkins, go for scenic walks, and jump in the leaf piles. Even though life seems to be speeding up around this time (back to school, activities, holidays, etc.) there is something magical about just taking a step back and appreciating all of the beauty fall produces.
As far as fall decor goes, pumpkins are a must and I chose some pretty white ones to jazz up the table in our updated dining room. I mean, you really can’t go wrong with pumpkins, right? I love it when they have those twisty stems!
Fun Fact: Those cute little “pumpkins” that can fit in your hand are actually gourds! But I still call them pumpkins. *wink*
To start this tablescape, I used an folded, fabric shower curtain as a table runner. (It is from Target, but no longer available.) I love the neutral colors and the pattern is delicate and pretty. Next, to ground everything, I placed a large green-ish white pumpkin in the center of the table.
Then I worked my way out from there trying to keep things symmetrical.
To fill things in a bit, I grabbed some faux eucalyptus from a vase in our living room and fluffed it up. I also placed a few small fake antlers here and there and added a couple of plain pillar candles for height/mood.
Finally, I set the table with some pretty, wavy dishes, striped napkins, silverware, and stemware. Once everything was together, I just couldn’t stop staring. It was so beautiful!
I know that my take on fall decor definitely isn’t traditional. While I still love orange pumpkins, decorating indoors with neutrals that match our home makes everything feel calm and flow together so nicely. Leave a comment down below and let me know what your favorite way to decorate for fall is! Do you like to go the traditional route or are you a neutral lover like me?
Oh, and don’t forget to check out the next tablescape by The Crowned Goat !
Mantels on Monday
Tablescapes on Tuesday