Hi everybody! I’m so happy you’re joining us for our Welcoming Fall Home Tour! If your coming from The Greenspring Home, you’ve already been inspired by Kelly’s beautiful fall decor, but stick around because there’s more inspiration to come! I’ve teamed up with an amazing group of bloggers to share how we’ve decorated our homes for the fall season. Thank you so much for stopping by and I hope you enjoy the tour!
As much as I love summer, I’ve been really looking forward to fall. I love to entertain so my table is the first thing on my list to update for the season. This year I decided not to go the traditional route of warm fall tones, but brighten up the space with neutral fall decor. This probably isn’t too surprising for you who follow me, as I typically don’t use much color in my home. But I love how the tablescape still reflects the season, while coordinating with my homes style.
Lets start with my favorite part, the centerpiece.
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After playing around with centerpiece ideas, I loved the symmetry and balance of the vase and platters. I have so many platters that I don’t get to use very often so I thought they would be perfect for displaying pumpkins.
What goes better with white pumpkins other than white hydrangeas? No surprise here, they are my favorite flower so I’ll take any excuse to use them. They bring so much elegance to a space.
I loved the pumpkins, but felt the table needed more fall accents. These adorable leaf plates were a total steal at Home Goods. How perfect are they for party favors? Or I might just have to keep them since they’re so dang cute!
Notice any changes on my gallery wall? No more wedding photos! In their place I framed this adorable fall print, along with some family photos. I love little reminders like this that help us focus on all the things we have been blessed with. There is so much to be thankful for!
In preparation for fall I rearranged my dining room and LOVE the change. I also added a mirror I had been eyeing for some time. I love the new orientation. What do you think?
The place settings are my everyday ivory plates but I added some gray salad plates to give contrast. I wanted the leaf dish to really stand out. Updating salad plates is a great way to switch up your place settings without spending a lot of money.
This elegant fall tablescape came together by using neutral colors, fresh flowers and greenery, and a touch of fall. I love how it turned out and I can’t wait to display it as I host this years thanksgiving! If you loved the theme, feel free to shop the look below!
Looking for a fall table scape with color? Check out my table scape from last year here! I hope you enjoyed todays tour. Please come visit again soon and if you’re not already subscribed to my mailing list, feel free to sign up below! You can also stay up to date by following me on Pinterest, Instagram, and facebook. Now it’s time to head on over to Alyse Warren to continue the tour!
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