Are you looking for some autumn inspiration when it comes to decorating your table for the season? See how I brought the outdoors to this fall tablescape for a refreshing look.
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I’m ready for my first fall tablescape! There’s just a little tiny problem…our area does not usually offer pumpkins until October 1st. But I’m not going to let a little thing like that stand in my way!
Bringing the Outdoors Inside Your Home
There were plenty of perfectly amazing goodies from my garden that I could use for my fall tablescape, which actually helped me with bringing the outdoors into my home.
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Create Color With Dahlia Blooms
The dahlias are still in full bloom this time of year, and make for a great centerpiece .
I always love how they look in an old, vintage galvanized bucket. Let’s be honest…I love how everything looks in an old, vintage galvanized bucket!!!
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Seasonal Fruit is Always a Must
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 big splash of color. So I brought in my faux red apples. Whatever works, right?
Just stick a few pinecones in between, and light some tea candles. And you’re ready to go!
And that’s how you bring the outdoors to your fall tablescape!
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And I just couldn’t resist adding this picture of Jax to the blog post. I mean technically he is not sitting at the dinner table. He’s just assisting me with my photo shoot. That’s not against the rules, is it?
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I hope you enjoyed my first fall tablescape. Once those gorgeous pumpkins are available at the farmers markets and family farms around here, I may go a little crazy! And if you want some extra fall table inspiration, check out my friend Ann, who decorated her table with American country antiques! Drop a comment, I’d love to hear from you!