the weekend edit at Everyday Edits
Hi everyone! How are you this Labor Day weekend? Is it cooling off where you are? Before I share a few simple fall tablescape ideas I have to share what happened in our backyard.
I am visiting my sister in Knoxville, but it must be hot in Colorado. My husband called me Friday afternoon to tell me there was a bear cub in our fountain in the backyard. The same fountain that Elliott thinks is his water fountain when he needs to quench his thirst.
My husband and the cub were both startled and forgot to take a selfie.
For this week’s Weekend Edit I wanted to talk and share 5 simple fall tablescape ideas. Why?
Because earlier this week as I started to plan my fall table and I found myself creating the exact same centerpiece as last year.
5 Simple Fall Tablescape Ideas
I love our dining room. I talked about our giving tree type of table here. In honor of our dining room table, I want to make (more of ) an effort to decorate it for a fall tablescape.
Here are a few simple fall tablescape ideas I found on Pinterest if you are looking to simplify your fall tablescape.
- This first tablescape is beautiful with his neutral colors. I tend to want to go all-in with oranges and yellows. And, this? This table shows neutrals sit on the table with confidence and don’t need to be loud to get attention. This tablescape is the Jennifer Garner of tablescapes.
2. This next tablescape pairs one of my favorite color pairings of orange and navy. Here is one of my favorite color combinations.
3. This is another favorite for me ( I think I just figured out what I am into this year). I love the white plates against the dark, stained table. The greenery against white pumpkins adds a little pop of color.
4. Similar theme with the pumpkins in shades of green and white. The lighter cloth napkins is a little unexpected for fall and I like it.
5. This fall tablescape is another favorite. I like the height of the centerpiece, paired with white pumpkins. The orange leaves and berry stems complement the napkins. Different textures, but not complicated.
Thank you for stopping by for a little fall tablescape inspiration. What are you thinking for your fall table decor?
Do you go big now or wait for Thanksgiving to decorate your dining room table?