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Fall is my favorite season. I love the cooler temperatures, changing leaves, and fall colors. I often start putting up my fall decorations the last week in August, even though we still have a little bit of summer yet. Today, I am going to share a rustic fall tablescape with you.
I started by going shopping at my local At Home store. There are so many beautiful fall decor items in the store right now! I love the color mint, and I knew I could incorporate mint, light green, dark brown, and orange together to create a beautiful fall tablescape. The mint and browns tie the look in with the rest of my decor, and the oranges and bronze help it to feel like autumn.
I have neutral white plates for my everyday dishes that I can use to tie in with almost any decor. I had so much fun browsing the store and finding all these festive fall decor pieces for my tablescape.
I found a beautiful burlap table runner with an embroidered pumpkin on it. I also found some pumpkin floral stems, a light green maple ivy garland, dark wood napkin rings, and some white linen napkins.
I found this beautiful glitter wood shavings pumpkin, plus these cute mint pumpkins with gold speckles. The gold on the mint tied in beautifully with the gold edges on the orange pumpkin. I also found some green and bronze mosaic candle holders and mini burlap wrapped flowers.
To create the tablescape, I started by placing the burlap table runner lengthwise down my table. I added the orange and mint pumpkins to the center of the table and wove the light green maple ivy in between them.
I added the mosaic candle holders on either side of the orange pumpkin and placed the burlap flower pots opposite each of the mint pumpkins.
I cut apart the pumpkin floral stem to be able to place little groups of the pumpkins throughout the ivy.
I think my favorite part of the entire table is the wood chip pumpkin. It looks like tons of tiny flowers all put together to create a beautiful pumpkin. And the gold glitter accents on the edges are just gorgeous.
For each place setting, I used a salad plate, dinner plate, silverware, the linen napkin and dark wood napkin ring, and a wine glass.
The burlap, mint, green, orange, and dark brown colors all tie together beautifully to create a rustic, yet chic and put-together tablescape for fall.
What colors do you love to decorate with for fall?