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Fall Table Settings That Caught My Eye

Fall is in full swing and I am really loving the nice weather we are having here in the Sunshine State. I have been busy getting things ready, because I have guest coming for Thanksgiving. I also have a Fall Brunch coming up real soon. This year I decided I would do a neutral tablescape using items that I already had. So I shopped the house and went to work creating a tablescape that I hoped would WOW my family and friends. I will be sharing that tablescape next week so come back for the reveal. Since today's post is about fall table-settings, I surfed the information highway in search of table settings that caught my eye. So without any further ado, let's get this show on the road. Enjoy!


I couldn't resist. This eye catching table-setting was done by yours truly. I chuckle as I write this because I can hear my Mom saying, "It's a poor frog that won't praise his own pond". I think she makes a valid point. You can see the entire post of My Fall Table 2015 here. Moving right along. This year I created a table-setting that's in sharp contrast to the one above. Don't get me wrong I love all the colors from last year, but I wanted to switch it up a tad this year. My table is neutral this year.  It's gussied up in beige, brown and black with a splash of copper. I also decided to throw in one of my favorite neutrals, "animal print". I have been enjoying the table thus far and I can't wait to share it with you.


I love the color combo used on this table. The use of copper accents makes this table sing.

This table has an Asian vibe. It's simple but very pretty. You like?

Cedar Grove Gardens
This table caught my eye because it's casual but elegant.

Dining Delight
This table screams "Fall". The colors are amazing and check out those beautiful leaf bowls. Awesome!

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I love the laid back look of this table and how the colorful arrangement takes center stage amidst the white.

This table is so beautiful. I love, love, love the gold accents.

DesignDiningandDiapers
Absolutely Stunning! I love the addition of the pheasant feathers they add a touch of the unexpected.



Happy Fall,

Lory


Comments

  1. Those white pumpkins are stunning, but I'm ready to see your table for this year!!

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  2. Greetings, I love all the table settings. Your guest will be please and amazed as always.

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  3. Thanks Mandy Lou, I love all the table settings as well.

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  4. You have a great eye for beauty!

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