Create a Festive Fall Table SettingGuest Post by Amy Spagnola for LuxeDecor

 

With cooler temperatures, changing leaves and shorter days, it’s time to celebrate the return of fall. There’s no better way to spend the harvest season than with plenty of time spent indoors with friends and family. If you’re hoping to entertain or host a large gathering during the autumn months, than it’s imperative to create a fall-friendly table.

 

Here are a few ideas for designing a splendid seasonal table setting:

Focus on Fruit and Flowers

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A fall-minded table is all about fruit and foliage. From large golden sunflowers and ripe red apples to pine cones and pumpkins, a perfectly fit fall table is a boisterous celebration of harvest shades and staples. Adding a bit of a dynamic pattern like checkered plates or a plaid tablecloth is a way to give any ordinary table some seasonal shine.

 

Lighten Up

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No fall table is complete without a little illumination. Adding a collection of pretty and sweet smelling candles to a table gives it a bit of soft light and ushers in the nights of nesting indoors. Cranberries, kernels and ceramic pumpkins give any dining table even more festive fall charm.

 

Add a Personal Touch

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A fun and memorable grouping of family photos can enhance and enrich a fall table design. Whether throwback pictures of previous holidays, family portraits or funny favorites, a few pictures will delight and entertain guests who have come to dine and drink during the chillier months.

Maximize Orange Shades

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Carrot colored placemats, décor and napkins give a dining table fun and lively autumn spirit. Gourds, pumpkins and squash are the perfect addition to any seasonal themed table. As cooler day becomes imminent, it’s important to dress up the indoors with vibrant shades to keep the winter blues away.

 

Guest Post by Amy Spagnola for LuxeDecor

Amelia Ohm | Outreach Coordinator | LuxeDecor

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