Does cool weather in fall make you want to put out a plaid tablecloth?
Fall tones of gold and orange, brown, burgundy, and green bring such warmth to a table.
Hearty soup or pasta bowls remind us that something warm and delicious is about to fill us.
Rough textures contrast smooth, shiny dishes.
Napkins wrapped in wired woody vines.
Brown burlap grounds the collection of pumpkins, wheat shocks and candles.
Candles and shimmery pumpkins.
Pumpkins made from canning jar bands, cinnamon stick and burlap ribbon as a stalk.
Aged burlap chargers add more rough texture.
The center vase lifts the eye to prickly wheat shocks.
Wheat extends into the air…along with tapers lit for sparkle.
Ah, the comforts of fall….
Some of us are getting lax with our manners. Not you, of course, but I certainly need a reminder – just in time before family gatherings of giving thanks. No one wants to be that so-and-so who acted shamelessly (wink).
What’s on your fall table? Warm tones, rough textures, sparkly candles? Pumpkins, too?
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I’m sharing this post at Tablescape Thursday.