Wednesday, September 5, 2012

Falling for Fall: The Table

So I'm starting a new series: Falling for Fall

Each Wednesday, there will be a post about different things for Fall!
 (Too bad I don't have Photoshop right now to make a cute little banner:()


I hope you enjoy the season as much as I do!

Maybe it's because I watched Martha Stewart as a little girl
or because I helped Gaga set the table all the time
or maybe it's just because I'm Southern

Either way, I'm a sucker for a pretty table scape!
And Fall does not disappoint for a pretty one! 

I love Fall table scapes because it brings the outdoors in 
and makes them even prettier!


I love everything about this picture! I love different colored pumpkins!

 Even though this is on a mantle, I think it would be pretty on a table!



Such a clean table! I love white...especially when it's white pumpkins! 


How simple and easy is this? Indian cor wrapped around glass
 

I've seen artichokes in Spring tablescapes but never in a Fall one! 
I love how neutral the whole table is!


A cornucopia makes a pretty centerpiece!
 



Finally, something from Kevin's catalog that I like! Eric should be impressed!

Woodland China by Spode
I actually like this china- and so does Eric!
We are collecting this...a perfect compromise for us!


Cheap and easy fall place card! 

  
 Love the way these apple candle holders look!
Would be great for Christmas too!

 I am in LOVE with ugly pumpkins:)

All images available here

Now it's your turn! What are your Fall table inspirations?

5 comments:

  1. Beautiful settings and great ideas - looking forward to more!
    Phyllis

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  2. oh my word that first table is stunning! xo

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  3. Thanks for all the inspriation, Fletcher! I've had that first one pinned for awhile, it's gorgeous!

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  4. What gorgeous images and I am especially a fan of the white pumpkins...love!!

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  5. I love the woodland china!!! That pattern is perfect for fall!!!! We use ours all year round!!!!!!:)
    Ashley and pat!

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