Fall Table Vignette

Hey Y’all!  Since it is officially fall, I thought I would share with you a fall table I set up.  I am calling it a fall “vignette” because I have a serious dislike for the word “tablescape.”  I think I watched too many episodes of Semi-Homeade with Sandra Lee on the Food Network, and saw too many cheesy “tablescapes.”

I wanted it to feel rustic, yet glamorous.  Hopefully, that is the feeling it exudes!

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IMG_3872 IMG_3856 The runner, platters and vases are from Pottery Barn.  The chargers are from Ikea.

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IMG_3904 The napkins are from Pottery Barn and the napkin rings from Pier One.  The beautiful soup tureen was inherited from my husband’s grandmother.  The plates are from Tuesday Morning, and the glassware is the Napoleonic Bee Collection by La Rochere Glassware that I scored at Marshall’s many moons ago.

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IMG_3855 The olive branches are from my very own yard and the assorted fall gourds are from my local grocery store (some embellished by my favorite gold spray paint)!

Have you set the table for fall yet?  It is the coziest season for a dinner party.  My husband and kids keep asking me who is coming to dinner, so I better start on a pot of warm soup pronto!

Have a great Monday!

xoxo

 

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Comments

  1. Yes, it’s very rustic and glamorous! Love the gold!

    • Thanks Barb! I have a thing right now for gold and white. I just checked out your blog and it is fantastic! Your photos are gorgeous and the warm white is lovely. Also, I think I have the same chargers featured in your tablescape. Love them!

  2. This is beautiful! Love the dishes… well, everything! I’m going to have to look for those dishes since I have those bee glasses too!

    • Thanks so much Kristen. I found the dishes at Tuesday Morning and they are the Abeille Collection. Hope that helps! I just checked out your blog and it is fantastic. I love your tablescape, particularly the display in the wood dough bowl. So creative!

  3. It’s gorgeous! I love how you used natural elements to decorate!

  4. Love your table….wonderful texture and color! and I agree with you…”her” tables are a little cheesy, lol. I got so excited when she said she was going to do one, then I saw it and was like…..uhhhh, yeah. I know people that can do better, especially in front of a camera. LOL

    Newest follower on FB…(I like bloggers who keep it real)

    • Hi Christine! Thanks for stopping by. I knew I couldn’t be the only one who occasionally thought that about Sandra Lee. I just checked out your blog and I love it. I love the purples on your birthday tablescape. They I just read at Better Homes and Gardens that eggplant is the hot color this month!

  5. I love the olive branches and antlers. So fresh with just the right rustic touches!

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    • Hi Jacalynn! Thanks for stopping by. I checked out your blog and it is delightful. I love your fall tablescape and it is elegantly rustic. I love the use of the Japanese Maple leaves in the teapot- nice finishing touch! I am your latest follower and on Pinterest too!

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