Let me show you a easy fall table scape. It only takes a matter of minutes to decorate. and have it looking beautiful.
In my last post Coffee With Tammy, I discussed how to ease into the fall with subtle changes. The same holds true with decorating your table.
It’s time to go shopping in your home to see what you have on hand. I love to shop my own home to see what I want to use.
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This season, I did need some new chargers and fall napkin rings. Some of my chargers had seen it’s last days. The rest of the items, I had on hand.
In my placemat stock pile, I have several different neutral placemats to choose from including some burlap ones. These placements are so easy to clean with the grandchildren. They are few years old and still look great
I love the look of wood for the fall and winter and especially against the white round table. They are the Chateau Handcrafted Acacia Wood Charger Plate available in four different colors.
These brown transferware by Johnson Brother in the Heritage Hall Pattern has so much sentimental meaning to me and my father. They were my grandmother’s everyday dishes and have a service for 26.
Here are four white ironstone plates that are not vintage. I am going to show you two different looks using two different smaller plates.
The first look is very subtle and you can never go wrong using white dishes with a pattern large plate. The copper pumpkin napkin rings looks beautiful with the white lace trimmed napkins and ties in with the natural colors of fall.
Love this beautiful and inexpensive small blue and white plates. I had them in the cabinet and thought a pop of color would be fun.
Although I love both of the looks, this pop of color speaks to my heart. I also love to use non-traditional fall colors during the season as well.
This silver and ceramic butter dish is perfect piece to bring out during the fall. I found it at a local shop near me Traditions before the shop owner retired. I miss shopping at that beautiful store especially during the holidays. My local peeps will remember Traditions.
For now the plant will be the center piece of the table. Next week, I will be sharing some ideas for centerpieces for the fall. So be sure to check back at the blog.
Remember to go shopping in your house first to see what you can use in your easy fall table scape. You see that glasses and silverware are not out. I do that for a reason…grandchildren. LOL
I hope you enjoyed this quick and easy fall tablescape.
Did you see my fall decorating posts from last week?
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Have a great day, sweet friend!
Rebecca Payne says
I love your blue and pumpkin plates.
Thank you, Rebecca for stopping by the blog and for the sweet comment. Hope you have a wonderful day!
This came at the right time. I just ordered some mango wood chargers for my Fall table scape. Thanks for the inspiration. ❤️
Thanks, Do. You will love having some wood chargers. So glad I could provide some inspirations. Hugs, my friend.
Katie Franklin says
All looks so great. You have a great eye for details Ana amazing talent. Love it.
You are the sweetest! Thank you for visiting the blog and commenting. It means the world to me.
Tammy, your transferware plates are fabulous. And setting for 26 … wow. Love how you mixed old and new. Also, I appreciate the simplicity of your setting. I’m a less is more gal so it’s right up my alley. xo
Thank you, Juliet. It’s not a pattern that I would have purchase myself. However, I love it because the dishes were my grandmother’s. When I receive the set it was a service for 18 or 20 and I added to it. I would find pieces on Etsy. I have all the pieces to the set. My father is so happy when he sees me using it during the holidays. I grew up next door to my grandmother and spent so much time with her. She had a love for English china and French Furniture. If only I had gotten so of her beautiful furniture. It’s the little treasures that we hold so dear to us.
Beautiful table Tammy. I love Johnson Brothers dishes.
I like to mix my dishes together too. I believe it makes for an interesting table.
I appreciate your stopping over the blog. Thank you, Cindy for the kind words.
Leslie Watkins says
There’s so much I love about this. The butter dish I am so in love with. Thank you for sharing your transfer ware story. Priceless.