I can’t believe the end of summer is here. This year flown by so quickly. Christmas will be here soon before we know it.
The weather here in Texas is not as hot as during the summer and we have been getting a lot of rain recently due to nearby hurricanes. I’m not complaining because we need it.
I have not had the time to fully decorate the house for the fall season. I have been focused on completing a board and batten wainscoting project for my kids’ bedroom. That project is taking much longer than I predicted. It’s my first attempt with this project and I am trying to complete it perfectly.
With work being demanding and DIY projects not coming to an end soon. I decided to put together a simple fall tablescape to elevate our dining space. This is about it for our fall decor this year and in a month, it will be time to decorate for Christmas.
For our fall tablescape, I decided to go with a simple, bright, and airy palette. The main colors are cream/ivory, grays and blues.
It can get expensive when decorating your home for any season. This year, I used inexpensive faux creamy white pumpkins. I got the faux pumpkins from Target’s dollar spot. Target’s dollar spot always has great finds at awesome prices.
The pumpkins comes in various sizes which I love about them and when arranged as the table centerpieces it add depth to the table decor.
As part of the fall tablescape, I love to add greenery to bring in some nature element into the table settings. I used a faux eucalyptus garland as part of the our fall centerpiece which can transitioned as a Christmas home decor.
FALL DINNING SETTING
To keep our fall table setting simple, I used this blue stripes table runner. The runner against our dark dining table adds contrast. To bring in warm tones, I styled our dining table with natural placemat. These placemats also add a touch of nature and fall tones to the tablescape.
Our dinner plates used for our table setting has intricate details that I love. The details on the dinning sets and glass cups adds a classical element in the overall fall aesthetic for our dining space. These dining combination can be used with any decor style.
I love using vintage brass vintage brass candle holders to add warmth as part of table centerpiece and with taper candles, I love the ambiance it adds to our table setting in the evenings.
There you have it. Our simple fall tablescape that is quick and easy to put together that elevate your dining space for the season. Hope you like it! Let me know your thoughts in the comments below.
Thank you for stopping by! If you create this fall table setting for your home, please tag @simplicityfordesigns. I love to see it!
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