Glam Fall Tablescape
We are back today, revealing our “Glam” dining and kitchen styling for fall. Fun fact, I usually always dress my table up before I do any other room! Why? One, it’s a smaller concentrated space to work with. Two, I usually like to go BIG with the space I have. 🙂 Let’s get started shall we?
I wanted to keep my earth tones like the living room but add more PINK. Why not, right? Fall isn’t just for loving on browns, oranges, and reds. With the help of my sweet friend Daria, from Hot Skwash we put together a glamorous unconventional color palate wouldn’t you say?
One trend I have been seeing the past two years is mixing metals! For this table I mixed rose gold, with gold. Don’t be afraid to mix-match.
For the center of the table, I laid down a foundation of felt leaf garland I picked up at Home Goods. Next I laid out my stands and clear small jars to create height to the table. A quick tip- I love to save my baby food jars to use for centerpieces, they one are super small and can be used for creating height of an item or they can be used to put florals in a garland. Their low profile are perfect to use.
I used a variety of different size Hot Skwash pumpkins for the center- Ivory, Bone, Lagoon, and Blush.
To finish the center of the table, I used brass candlesticks and scattered votive candles to frame everything out!
Recreate the Look – Place Setting
Maple Leaf Placemat
Blush Dinner Plate
Rose Gold Wine Glass
Cream Dinner Napkin
A layered place setting is the best setting! For this table, I used a natural leaf placemat, and placed a copper charger on top. I found these really pretty blush plates at William Sonoma that fit well with my theme. I then mixed matched my metals with gold flatware and rose gold stem glasses. The napkins used are a heirloom but I have linked pretty cream napkins that would work well.
For the kitchen, I love to have a focal piece on the island. I typically try to create height and depth by adding layers. I have three groupings, one with the pumpkins, second with the candles and lastly the oversized votive candleholder.
I used a large teak bowl and filled it with different sized pumpkins, the colors I used are Cashew, Ivory, Bone, Blush, Lagoon and Spa. To start your very own Hot Skwash collection, –click here–
Some of my favorite desserts are made during the holidays! A really simple way to have an impressive looking cake, is a naked cake! Simply ice and add fresh fruit and greenery or flowers. Before serving remove the florals!
Thank you so much for following along this season! If you haven’t seen our Glam Living Room – Click Here – Additionally, I wanted to thank Hot Skwash for partnering with me on this post. We will continue to post throughout the season so please come back for more inspiration as always, I would love to hear your feedback.
Until Next Time,
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