Deep down, I wish I had a big house, outdoor space, all so I can entertain more. I’d so be that person on a home buying show telling the host how much I want to entertain and actually mean it. I just love having people over (and as an introvert, I love when they leave too). And come fall, there’s just something cozy about entertaining at home.
Fall Tablescape Ideas
There’s something about fall tablescapes that just evoke warm cozy and inviting feelings. I want to host a dinner weekly with these ideas. While they take a lot of work to pull off, I think there are some easy things you can accomplish with just a few essentials. From great chargers, to simple candles, and a few textural natural elements. Just picking up some fresh flowers and branches from Trader Joe’s can add a ton of beauty to a table.
And whether you decide to host indoors for a fall dinner, or have an outdoor tablescape to enjoy the crisp fall weather. any of these are great inspirations to pull from. A few things I always like to add to a tablescape in some shape or form include the following.
From simple tea light candles, to tall taper candles, adding height and a bit of ambient light is always a good idea. Just make sure there aren’t too many that they block anyone’s view.
Natural Greenery And Elements
Choose flowers or greenery, or even walk around your yard and grab some pinecones to dress up your table. Bringing a few natural elements to the table adds texture and depth.
Fruits And Vegetables
Seasonal fruits and vegetables actually add a really nice touch to a table. Tuck them in between your candles and greenery. From citrus, to pomegranates, pumpkins and so on. These all add colors, texture and interest to a table.
Vases, Pitchers And Glassware
Add more height and depth to your table by bringing in vases, pitchers and other glassware you may not be using.