Folks, fall is here! If you are planning a cool family dinner or a party with your friends over the weekend, a great and cozy fall table setting is a must. We want to show you some amazing examples that look so good your guests would be amazed. Take pumpkins, leaves, vegetables, fruits or berries to decorate the table, add a cool tablecloth and napkins. You can go for a more traditional table with china in shades of orange and red, or switch to olive green, white or purple and decorate with natural leaves, nuts or pears. Check out some more great ideas, centerpieces and table settings below, get some tips and ideas and invite your guests to wow them!
colors and prints
Figure out what color scheme you want – will it be a neutral table? A colorful one? A neutral with bright accents? Go for traditional fall colors like brown, rust, orange, dark red and burgundy, or go for white, brown, light green and grey. Purple and orange accents make your neutral tablescape bolder and more modern. Prints can make your tablescape bolder and more catchy. Plaid is the most popular print for fall decor. But you can also try stripes and polka dots.
If you prefer durable decor, you can use artificial pumpkins, berries, flowers and leaves. If you want something fresh and bold, choose natural foliage, ferns, gourds, and fruits and vegetables that will make your tablescape more modern. Candles add a cozy feel to the table, and printed or neutral textiles are a must – table runners, napkins and a tablecloth will help you dress up the table and set the mood. Think woven placemats, bamboo or sticks that add texture and a rustic feel to the table. Your china can be neutral and monochrome or printed and light to add a moody touch to the table.
Centerpieces and table runners are an essential part of the decor. They can be made of flowers, leaves, fruits and vegetables – natural or not. You can place the centerpiece in an urn, bowl, vase or directly on the table. A table runner made of fruit and vegetables and leaves will modernize your tablescape, while a floral centerpiece with leaves will add a vintage touch to the table. Check out the ideas below for inspiration!