I’ve been wanting to create a tablescape with apples for awhile now. I love that apples signify fall, but in a more subtle way than say, pumpkins do. They’re perfect for this “in-between” season that we have right now. Fall is coming, but I know it’s still hot in many areas (including mine!) So this charming fall table setting is perfect for this late summer/early fall season that we’re in!
This autumn tablescape captures the feeling of a rustic harvest, combining distressed elements with pumpkins and dried artichokes with depth added from touches of gold and copper.
We are in the middle of a heat wave and I’m dreaming of cooler weather and falling leaves. But while I’m waiting, I’m finding ways to be creative, and one of my favorite things to do is create tablescapes. Fall entertaining is one of my favorites! For me, there’s no easier time to entertain – I love that the food is things like a roast chicken and vegetables that can just be thrown in the oven. This is the season of cozy, which for me, calls for more time with family, cooking, baking, and entertaining.
Hello friends, and welcome to another edition of Styled + Set, the wonderful entertaining blog tour hosted by my friend Lory of Designthusiasm. I absolutely love doing this tour as there are so many talented bloggers, and I always get lots of inspiration from the gorgeous tables they all share! If you’re looking for even more tablescape ideas, be sure to take a look at my free e-book, featuring twelve of my favorite tables (one for each month of the year!)
This gorgeous neutral fall table featuring hydrangeas, white pumpkins and lots of silver brings casual chic style to any fall gathering or Thanksgiving dinner!
I love doing tablescapes, and fall is my absolute favorite season, so combining the two is pretty much perfect in my book. 😉 And of course, Thanksgiving provides the ultimate tablescaping opportunity!
Happy November! Today I’m sharing a warm and cozy Thanksgiving table using the rich colors of fall. This is my second Thanksgiving table this year and I wanted it to be quite different from my first.
If you missed my Rustic Gold Thanksgiving table, you can catch that post here. I used all gold and cream to create an elegant table with pears and greens. This time around, I wanted something very different! So I created a table using the rich colors of fall that imparts a warm and cozy feel!
In this post I’m sharing a gorgeous gold Thanksgiving table. Easy and elegant, this tablescape features both faux and real pears, gold candleholders and lots of greens.
I’ve done quite a few Thanksgiving tables over the years, not only from blogging, but also because I usually host and I love doing holiday tables!