01 Oct Fall Tablescape
It’s October 1st! We have been having gorgeous weather here in New England. The last several days have been beautifully sunny with crisp fall air. I’ve been decorating for fall around the house and felt inspired to create a fall tablescape.
A little over a week ago, I went to the Profound Market which is a vintage market that takes place in Lancaster, MA. If you’re local, I highly recommend checking it out. They bring in tons of local vendors, food trucks (which are delicious by the way) and have live music. Anyways, I have been hunting for some amber glassware at our local thrift stores without much success. I ended up stumbling on a set of four amber goblets at the Profound Market that were my inspiration for this tablescape.
I mixed the amber glasses with blush tones in the scarf turned tablecloth and in the florals in the vase. I liked how the two warm tones worked together.
I also used grapevine napkin rings and a wood slice in the centerpiece to bring in natural woodsy elements.
To the side of the table, I displayed faux pumpkins and fall florals on an antique step ladder I picked up from the Brimfield Antique Show several years ago.
That’s it for my simple fall tablescape! I hope this gave you some inspiration for any upcoming gatherings you may have 🙂