Won’t be Fall here in Southern California for a while but I decided that it’s time to create a few Fall tablescapes. I did this tablescape several years ago but changed it a bit this time. The leaf tablecloth and matching napkins came from HomeGoods.
The place settings are three different colors, green, tan, and paprika. I bought the plates and leaf shaped bowls at different times from different stores but they matched each other perfectly.
The leaf shaped bowls came from Sur la Table.
The salad and dinner plates came from Pier 1 several years ago. They were part of their Spice Route Collection. They still have the paprika plates for sale.
I bought the brown glass spiral chargers online but I can’t remember where. I have had them for several years and I often use them in my Fall tablescapes.
The amber flatware is made by D & D Inox in Italy. I bought it at Neiman Marcus or Bloomingdales during a major sale a few years ago. There are similar patterns available online now.
The green, tan, and paprika colored napkins under the leaf napkins came from World Market several years ago. I bought the brown metal napkin rings online probably at Pier 1 years ago.
I bought the metal leaf place card holder online several years ago, can’t remember where.
The brown goblet was made by Lenox between 1966 and 1985. It was called Antique Brown. The green goblet was made by Noritake between 1970 and 1985 and it was called Perspective Green. I bought them both on Ebay.
The tall gold glass vase that I used as a centerpiece doesn’t photograph well. It came from Pottery Barn and I filled it with fall color.
It is still warm here but this table reminds me of cool Fall days to come.
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