Fall Tablescape

I finally got my dining room table cleared of all the homework, books, toys and other miscellaneous clutter and dressed it for Fall.  



I bought a few gray cinderella pumpkins, tiger stripe mini-pumpkins, orange roses and a spray of rose hips- the rest of the items were rounded up from around the house.





The roses were a perfect shade of orange and paired well with the rose hips.





I perched these faux pears inside a little grapevine nest to serve as place settings.  

I love mixing my fine china with my more casual pieces for an eclectic look.








I dressed my GoodWill buffet with some cinderella pumpkins, faux boxwood spheres, and some framed silhouettes. 








I kept the top of my antique china cabinet simple, a single pumpkin, a spay of greenery left over from spring and layered two oyster shell mirrors from HomeGoods.



I filled a glass urn with white cannellini beans and set a candle inside.  I actually use those beans though out the year- they look great with seashells sprinkled on top for summer.





Hope you enjoyed my little Fall table and now Im craving some pumpkin soup and crusty bread!  Stay tuned tomorrow for another “Coffee With”. (p.s. she’s one of my faves!!)

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9 thoughts on “Fall Tablescape”

  1. oooooo, I love it!!! What a great idea to use orange roses, and the pears are the perfect touch! I’m ready to come over and have some soup at that table! 🙂

  2. Michaela says:

    Wow! Everything is beautiful. So glad I found you through Courtney! (: Those Cinderella pumpkins make me smile!

  3. Beautiful. I just love the addition of the pears. So beautiful. And the buffet looks stunning.

  4. Shannon says:

    I haven’t seen gray Cinderellas around San Diego? I love the color and your dining room looks beautiful.

  5. Amanda says:

    Just found your blog and it’s beautiful.
    This table scape is gorgeous!

    Can’t wait to follow along!

  6. So pretty Amanda. I also love the Goodwill sideboard. Such inspiration!

  7. Kathysue says:

    Amanda, this all looks so pretty. You did a wonderful combination of elements. Just lovely!! Kathysue

  8. So pretty! I love your colors. I like all of the shiny services, the mirror, glass, mother of pearl…simply stunning!

  9. Heather says:

    Great colors! I am a little obsessed with heirloom pumpkins this year.

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