A celebration of Fall with a tablescape of deep plum purples, burgundies, vintage copper, and white pumpkins, layered with textures of crusty bread, figs, plums, and other natural and french country farmhouse elements.
I am excited to share a little Fall tablescape in our dining room with you today. I love Fall. I know I have mentioned this a few hundred times already, but I really, really love it. The colors, the smells, the massive amount of tomatoes from the garden, the sunflowers growing along the side of the road, the pumpkin patch, the spices. I cold go on and on.
My sweet girl was my little helper putting together our “pretty table.” She is so much like her mommy that it makes me giggle sometimes. She really loves to make things pretty and it makes me so happy that we have that in common. We grew these little white pumpkins in our garden this year and she helped me collect them.
One fun thing about Fall is that there are really so many color combinations you can pick for that warm Autumn feeling. The colors I was drawn to this year were were the deep plum purple, burgundy, copper, and white. I shared more about the vintage “Autumn’s Delight” plates and my plum trees that inspired the colors here. (all other sources linked at the end of this post)
I have a little collection of antique copper and hope to collect a few more. Someday when we move to a bigger home, I would love to have those on display (and for use) in my kitchen. It was fun to pull them out for our table and I love how the copper looked with the colors of the flowers. It is kind of hard to see in this picture, but we made our little flower arrangement in a copper pot. It was a fun way to infuse the Fall orange color.
Most of our flower arrangment was from simple yard clippings. That is another thing that I love about Autumn. There are so many beautiful things to clip and bring inside. I added the eucalyptus and hypericum berries from the store.
One of the best things about Fall? Fresh warm crusty bread. Amen.
Oh, and candles. All the yummy candles.
I am thinking about stripping the paint off of these shutters, but that is another project for another day.
I hope you get a chance to visit these beautiful dining rooms and tablescapes. It feels like such a treat when I get to visit these girls’ blogs and see all of the beauty they create. It always makes me feel so festive and cheerful.
Sources for my dining room and tablescape (including affiliate links for your convenience):
Dining Chairs, World Market from Here
Dining Chair Cushions, World Market from Here
My mom made the curtains- thanks mom!
French Bee Glasses (my favorite!), World Market from Here
Woven Chargers, World Market from Here
Copper Charges, I painted them, but similar Here
Chandelier, World Market from Here
Parsons Chairs, Wayfair from Here
Patterned plates, antique “Autumn’s Delight” pattern, thrifted
Vintage copper, from local antique store
Striped towels used as napkins, World Market from Here
Silverware, from World Market Here