Hi everyone! I am happy to be here to show you a Simple Fall Tablescape that I created using what I had. I love my Grandma’s Desert Rose Franciscan Ware. I usually use it for Spring because of the pink roses in the pattern.
But I noticed the yellow in the middle of the desert rose and thought, “Oh, my goodness, I could use this for Fall, too.” So let me show you what I did for my Simple Fall Tablescape.
If you remember, I found a fluted pan while thrifting. Instead of placing it in a basket, this time I used a pedestal bring height to my table.
I love this fluted pan filled with sugar berries and a lit candle. Tying the baker’s twine around the candle also added some yellow for Fall.
As you might have seen before, I LOVE using my pecan and pinecone garland from Fall till Winter. I wrapped it around the pedestal for a little rustic look.
Now to tie in the Desert Rose Franciscan Ware, I added a yellow salad plate, and a green soup bowl.
The colors are paired perfectly with the vintage embroidered Fall tablecloth from my Grandma. (OR maybe my mom made it, hmmm…I need to find out for sure) I love the various oranges, browns and greens in the tablecloth, don’t you?
Adding a yellow billy ball to the green soup bowl was just a tiny little touch to add more texture.
For more Fall coloring, I adding the vintage cloth napkins to my mother-in-law’s vintage leaf glasses.
It was easy to pull together my Simple Fall Tablescape using what I had a spending a little money ($2 to be exact) on yellow salad plates. Now I have a new way to use my Desert Rose Franciscan Ware for Fall.
AND, wouldn’t my Paint Dipped Flatware look fabulous with the Desert Rose pattern, as well? The creative juices are flowing again!…
I am so happy you stopped by today. It has been a delight and pleasure to share my Simple Fall Tablescape today.
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