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Fall is one of my most favorite times of the year. I love watching the colors of leaves change to warm autumn hues and feel the crisp cool morning air as we head to school each day. Sometimes in Wyoming our fall season tends to be short and winter comes all too soon. I’m not quite eager to pull out the snow boots and heavy winter coats! With the onset of the cooler temps, we’ve been slowly transitioning our home decor adding traditional fall accents including pumpkins, wheat, and cozy throws. Today I am sharing a beautiful fall tablescape and budget friendly place setting inspired for the season.
Putting together a stunning place setting has never been easier and today I’m sharing all the details on how you can achieve this same look. This entire tablescape was inspired by these gorgeous salad plates.
While shopping a few weeks ago I found these lovely leaf plates in the seasonal section at Walmart. While I normally stick to more neutral color pallets and simple understated pieces, I fell in love with the bright and beautiful leaf pattern and knew these would be a great accent piece to my fall table setting. I love switching out just a few things for each season and knew these would be the perfect addition to my collection, and even better you can’t beat the price.
To get this look you’ll first want to start with a placemat. We use these braided jute placemats everyday and love the quality and rustic texture. Next up, I added a faux wood charger for some depth. Of course I had to use my favorite scalloped dinner plates and they looked great peeking out from the rounded edge of the leaf plates. I then finished things off with a cloth napkin bound by a bronze napkin ring.
Our kitchen table is fairly narrow so I didn’t have a lot of room for a centerpiece but decided to add some traditional faux fall foliage with tiered candles to mimic the look of the leaf plates.
I picked up some lovely white pumpkins at the store the other day and decided to add a few of those in along with some antlers and glittered pinecones. Now our dining room is all set and ready for any holiday entertaining!