The leaves are changing color, the air is crisp, and the smell of pumpkin spice is in the air. It’s fall, and that means it’s time to start thinking about fall table decor.
If you’re looking for creative ways to decorate for fall, you’ll love how to pull together DIY projects and thrifted table decor for a rustic and elegant fall tablescape.
In addition, I found a great table scarf that I wanted to incorporate into my Fall Harvest tablescape. The shades of blue and brown felt perfect for fall.
The combination of blues mixed with my favorite fall color, copper, gives the table an old-world classic feel.
Virtual Supper Club – Fall Harvest
Each month my friends and I host a virtual supper club with a monthly theme. Now we are also including a guest host each month who will share their creative table ideas. We have had the best time sharing, and I’m always amazed to see how each person interprets the theme in such creative and unique ways. We are excited to have Robyn from Robyn’s French Nest with us this month. If you are joining me from Robyn’s beautiful Harvest Tablescape, welcome. Wasn’t Robyn’s table so inspiring?
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Table Decor Ideas for Fall
I recently shared a tutorial on how to make these Plaster Leaf Plate Chargers and love how they add to my table decor ideas for fall.
In order to make the plate chargers pop, I added thrifted leaf plates on top of white ironstone dishes. I love the white against the copper.
Since the table scarf has blue touches, I decided to top the plates with these DIY Napkin Pumpkins from last fall.
In order to add another punch of blue, I chose soft blue napkins wrapped in wooden napkin rings.
Because this is an outside table, I decided to keep the centerpiece simple. The handmade tobacco stick lantern holds a fall candle ring with a candle poured into a glass jar.
A mix-matched set of vintage brass candlesticks hold white tapers to add additional candlelight to the table.
In addition to the antique brass candlesticks, I add my favorite brass bird salt and pepper shakers.
Vintage Table Decor Ideas for Fall
Y’all know I love using my vintage and thrifted tableware finds. The plates, cutlery, candlesticks, napkin rings, and glassware are all thrifted.
The bird salt and pepper shakers are family heirlooms.
Side Board Accessories
The metal antique ice chest serves as a sideboard for screened porch dining. Here once again, is a mix of antique, vintage, and thrifted decor.
You may recognize my wooden bowl from The French Farmer’s Wife, which has graced my coffee table for many months. Today, it is filled with a naturally preserved wreath from Floral Treasures.
The garland is from Piper Classics. The pumpkin plates are from Marshalls, from a few seasons ago. Everything else is thrifted.
In addition to the centerpiece, the Plaster Leaves are added to the light fixture to add a falling leaves effect to the center of the table.
The hanging vases are also filled with faux fall stems.
Fall Harvest Table Decor Metals
I don’t try to match my metals when setting a table. I like to use a combination of different metals to keep the table interesting. Both copper and antique brass have that warm fall feel.
Here you can see copper, antique brass, and galvanized metals all working together.
I hope you enjoyed today’s Table Decor Ideas for Fall.
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More Fall Harvest Table Inspiration
Next up on the tour is Stacy Ling from Bricks N Blooms with her Cozy Fall Harvest Table. You are going to love Stacy’s creative style. Be sure to click on each of the links below to continue on the tour.
Thanks so much for stopping by. I look forward to sharing my next adventure with you.
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