Well regardless of the fact that it is way too hot here in Southern California in October, I have Fall on the brain. I starting buying white pumpkins and putting them around the house at the beginning of September, and I usually put out what Halloween I have around the 1st of October. This week I decided to work on some tablescapes for Fall, either to use for a dinner party in the next couple of months or even for Thanksgiving. Today I did a very simple table using mostly natural items (pine cones and real pumpkins), mixed with some faux leaves and acorns I already had. Originally I was going to do all white and silver, but I ended up going more with the colors of nature; soft green, browns, and rust. I used a fairytale pumpkin which is not as bright of an orange as the regular pumpkins and I absolutely love their shape! If I wanted to use this for Thanksgiving, I would probably add some turkey plates and change out the napkins, but I feel like the rest would still work.
Wicker chargers: World Market
Napkins, napkin rings, acorns, and faux leaves: Pottery Barn
Tablecloth: drop cloth from hardware store
White dinner plates: Horchow
I found a few similar items if you are looking to create a similar look (*Please note I have included some affiliate links for your convenience).
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(Yes, I didn't even know they had a home department!)
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Labels: bloomingdales, decor, decorating, fall, holidays, home, horchow, pottery barn, tablescape, thanksgiving, World Market