As we head into a season filled with holidays and gatherings, it is sometimes overwhelming to decorate or create the “perfect” table setting. But no need. To help relieve that stress, here’s an easy and casual fall table setting that can be used every day or for an upcoming holiday celebration. The best part is it’s incredibly budget-friendly and the elements can be re-used every season. Scroll down for all of the details.
These settings are ideal to bring autumn and everything that goes with this warm and cozy season inside. Start with transforming the kitchen with warmer tones, including a lot of copper and wheat accents. Then, add some warmer tones to everyday place settings.
Start with dishes
Dishes with perfect accents like leaf edges or a bit of brown color makes it just right. Underneath the plates, layer a simple copper charger on top of a round seagrass placemat. The mixture of colors and textures add interest yet this still looks like an easy and casual fall table setting.
Layer with Flatware
Something on trend and likely to become a new favorite to a place setting collection like this? Gorgeous black flatware. The best way to make this flatware work—especially if like me, you never considered using black flatware—is to add a couple of additional black accents to the table. Try tying stalks of wheat with a simple black and white ribbon to set at each plate.
A black lantern in the center of a wood trug filled with mini pumpkins not only works on the table but also for porch decorating.
One of my favorite new items this season is this beautiful wood trug. A beautiful wood trug is the perfect size and shape to hold all kinds of seasonal decor on the table. And it can be used in multiple table setting looks. When it’s not at the table, it’s too pretty to put away. So use it on a counter or in the middle of my center island on top of a neutral table runner. Doing so will achieve a fall harvest look for sure.
Can’t wait to change the looks up with the same and different pieces for a fall harvest dinner party next! Stay tuned.
All styling and photography also by Karen Snyder.