Fall is here, and that means you're probably going to be hosting at least one festive dinner. But you don't have to go out and buy all new place settings to make it feel seasonal—we've got you covered with plenty of creative ideas to decorate your fall table. Plus, check out our 25 favorite fall centerpiece ideas.
When does blue and white not work? The classic color combo is a instant win from summer up until Thanksgiving.
You've got your classic fall colors like red and purple, but try adding in blues, greens, and even pinks. Add gold flatware and we're done for.
Granted, all this pattern would be overkill if the tablecloth, napkins, and plates were different colors, but if you keep everything in the same color family, it can actually work.
Anyone from California knows fall is one of the most beautiful—and warmest—times of year. Take your holiday spread outdoors, and use nature as your table inspiration.
Thanksgiving at a table? Not even close to groundbreaking. Switch it up this year and have a picnic, with a soft and romantic tablescape.
You better believe margs will be flowing. Throw a fall fiesta complete with colorful textiles, tiny cacti, and a geometric runner.
This is a fall table Joanna Gaines would totally approve of. Set up your farmhouse table with white plates, potted plants, and cozy pillows.
All your favorite colors are here and accounted for. From the table linens, to the plates, to the glassware—incorporate many different colors for an eclectic, but totally stunning, fall table.
Here's proof that simple can be seriously stunning. Keep your table rustic, then add in pops of color with purple placemats and orange napkins.
Skip linens altogether and position magnolia leaves down the middle of your holiday table. The thick foliage creates a rustic runner.
Start with a brown base in your tablecloth, then incorporate pops of green in your plates. Use tiny topiaries as your centerpiece for a nature-inspired tablescape.
A rich, blue tablecloth helps neutral plates pop. Add fresh flowers for even more color.
Opposites work together if you have the right proportions. Use cutlery and candlesticks in different finishes for a perfectly mismatched look.
Thisincorporates burgundy, brass, and lots of fruit. Set each place with a fresh flower for a feminine touch.
The holidays only roll around once a year, so bring out your favorite napkins and tablecloths that you don't use on the regs. Using colorful linens as opposed to white also makes it feel more celebratory.
Make sure your table that doesn't feel too perfect. You can relax because it feels relaxed.
The classic color combo of blue and white creates a fresh feel for fall. Autumnal colors pop against a blue and white tablecloth.
Don't limit flowers to the middle of the table. Give each guest their own arrangement—they'll love it, and your table will look fuller.
Add shimmer to your fall tablescape. Drape a gold mesh runner down the center to create a waterfall effect.
Dining doesn't have to be confined to the dining room or kitchen. Ameal is intimate and inviting.
You can be neutral the rest of the year, but the holidays are a time to go all out. Set your table with colorful plates, linens, and flowers.
Incorporate elements from nature in your tablescape. Add succulents with cut flowers so it's more like a landscape on the table.
Instead of a traditional runner, use gourds in varying shapes and colors. As T-Swift would say, you're so gourd-eous.
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Transitioning your table from summer to fall is literally as easy as adding in a few mini pumpkins. If you want it to feel more elegant, go for white instead of orange.
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