I am still in Summer mode, but I do have Fall decorating filling my mind. But not the typical Fall colors. I have a Fall Tablescape in Lavender and White that you can recreate and enjoy.
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The idea of a Fall Tablescape in Lavender and White started when I spotted these lovely china plates at the thrift shop. Oh my goodness, they are gorgeous, in great shape and started my creative juices flowing.
Not only were they beautiful, but I was shopping on a 50% off day! So actually it was $2.50 for TWO plates. I mean, how can you resist that!
I came home and pulled together my elements to design a Fall tablescape.
Everything from dried eucalyptus leaves, linen cloth napkins (made by my Grandma), silverware from my wedding, (43 yrs ago), white painted pumpkins, a Boho style table runner, moss candle holders, lavender stems, my book page pumpkin, a few vintage doilies and thrifted vintage silver goblets.
By laying down the table runner first, I had a great base to start with. As you can see, I made the same lavender color of tassels and braid to my runner. This way it is cohesive with the theme and colors I am using.
Then the layers begin.
Doilies as “chargers” for the new plates, linen napkins, silverware, eucalyptus leaves weaving throughout the candles, and pumpkins, with a few lavender stems for added color.
I wanted to use REAL lavender, but didn’t want the fragrance to interfere with my meal, or dessert as seen here.
The moss candle and candle holders added the ambiance that I was hoping for. As for the book page pumpkin centerpiece in the background, I am excited to share the tutorial later this week.
The silver goblet holds a stem of lavender for texture and visual interest.
My local stores don’t have fresh pumpkins out yet. So I opted to use my faux pumpkins. Super easy, right?
The wire basket on the end of the table holds extra plates, cups and pumpkins. With babies breath for added texture.
As you can see the moss candle holders are resting on vintage tea plates, also with lavender color colored flowers on them, as well.
Decorating for Fall doesn’t always have to be traditional, especially in early Fall.
I hope you have enjoyed my tablescape, as well as inspired to create your own Fall Tablescape in Lavender and White. Or even YOUR favorite color.
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Make it a wonderful day.
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