Fall on your table 🍁

Fall on your table 🍁

The calendar (and for some, the weather) is reminding us that it is officially Fall, so it’s time to shift gears and reflect the Fall colors and trends on our tables too. Fall is often associated with gloomy and rainy days, but who says it has to be gloomy when you can brighten up your table so easily? We've put together a few ideas to welcome and celebrate the new season in style.

gray tablecloth with autumn leavesTake advantage of nature to decorate your table

Fresh flowers are the go-to prop to create a beautiful table setting, and if you are lucky to be in the Fall foliage area, you can combine so many different colors at once on your table. From deep greens to golden hues, the leaves around you- even the fallen ones- will make your table a propos for the season. Not seeing the foliage? Nature is so abundant with so many colors, any one of those will perfectly work! Tip: wrap the napkins with long and flexible leaves for a truly natural look.

Nowhere near the nature, and you can’t find leaves either?

white pumpkins for thanksgiving table decor

Then the season’s vegetables come to your rescue to set the Fall setting to your table. We're always so inspired by nature, and that includes vegetables too! Though it's hard to choose, the favorite is often the white pumpkins that perfectly decorate our Thanksgiving tables.

This is one of our favorites, set with the Greenwich tablecloth and the Pure linen napkins. Makes us wish it were Thanksgiving now! 

When in doubt, neutrals are always in style

We spent the summer in brights and whites, and now it’s time to calm down a bit. Our favorite is gray, and unlike the gray skies often associated with Fall, we find gray to be very soothing. Combine it with colors, or other gray tones- you can’t go wrong. Check out some gray alternatives for your table. (Shown here are Amsterdam placemats, Lima tablecloth and Tribeca 1 napkin)


gray hemstitch linen placemats gray linen hemstitch tablecloth metallic gray napkin

Not loving gray? Then go for the ever-classy beige to create an understated but impressive look

Beige is classy, but classy doesn’t need to be classic. Create a modern and elegant look with the beige tones, one that is also warming at the same time. After all, what's better than the earthy tones of beige to connect us to the nature? 

Share with us your inspiration, and your own version of the Fall table!

Happy Fall! 🍁

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