Are you looking for some autumn inspiration when it comes to decorating your table for the season? See how I brought elements from the outdoors to this fall tablescape for a fresh look with warmth and lots of coziness.
It’s time for the first fall tablescape of the season. We don’t start seeing pumpkins here until after the first of October, but there are still plenty of outdoor elements that can be brought indoors.
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Bringing Elements of the Outdoors Inside Your Home
There were plenty of perfectly wonderful goodies from my garden that I used for this fall tablescape.
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Create Color With Dahlia Blooms
The dahlias are usually in full bloom until mid-October and make a great addition to any fall centerpiece.
These beautiful blooms look perfect in a rusty vintage galvanized bucket.
Seasonal Fruit for a Fall Table
Pears and the leaves from the pear trees make a great addition to any fall centerpiece.
I also used apples from the tree in the garden but wanted to add a bigger splash of color. So I brought in my faux red apples to add to the mix. Don’t they look real?
I finished off the fall tablescape with a few pinecones and tea candles.
And that’s how you bring the outdoors to your fall tablescape. It is so easy to gather these outdoor elements and create a fabulous tablescape that you can be proud of.
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Until next time,
Happy Fall Tablescape Creating!