Fall Tablescape – Use What You Have
Designing a tablescape is one of my favorite things to do. If money didn’t matter, I would own a house full of chargers, napkins and dishes, etc. I gave myself a little challenge of creating a small fall tablescape using what I had on hand at my house. I haven’t hosted a dinner in our sunroom yet, but it’s the perfect location for 4-6 adults to have a cozy dinner by the fire.
Whenever I’m hosting, I really like utilizing my china when I can – it should be used more than on Easter, Thanksgiving, and Christmas. Rusty orange is my favorite color so, naturally, my china matches – and it’s also perfect for a FALL tablescape. The table is long and skinny so I could only use chargers without placemats underneath. I needed a bit more texture, so I used a burlap type blanket to lay underneath and used a little fur underneath the jars. Last Fall, I had my napkins made from Gramercy with a more casual dinner party in mind. I always use my silver for every dinner gathering, because it only gets better with time. Plus, I’m beyond sentimental and I want to pass it down to my girls with all of the family dinner memories.
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To see more pictures of my sunroom go to The Sunroom Decor Inspiration You Need