Recently, I swung by the local garden center and picked up some mini white pumpkins and a few Chrysanthemums.
With so many natural accessories available this time of year, it’s easy to set a simple fall table setting!
I just happened to find this little wooden basket lying around from last year.
Since the basket was the perfect size, I plopped in a simple mum and added two white pumpkins on either side for a no-fuss centerpiece.
Because my kitchen is white with some wood tones, it made sense to decorate the table the same way.
For a quiet splash of color, I used these napkins from Homegoods.
Placing a mini white pumpkin on top of each napkin is an easy way to add some fall decor to each place setting.
Since I haven’t found any larger (real) white pumpkins yet, I just used a couple faux pumpkins from Michael’s Craft Store for the center of the table.
The artificial pumpkins are looking better and better these days so it’s nice to mix them in with real ones.
A burlap table runner is so versatile with the way it blends in with most styles.
On a recent shopping trip to World Market, I picked up the wooden candlesticks. I have a feeling I will get a lot of use out of them!
After all, every table setting needs some candles!
The blue and white checked place mats from Pottery Barn make the perfect backdrop for each setting and coordinates so well with the napkins.
Of course, you can’t go wrong with basic white dishes to complete the look.
Rattan chargers go with almost everything as well.
My table setting ended up having a casual farmhouse vibe…which I think is perfect for fall.
Burning a couple candles makes the room feel so cozy for fall.
I always use unscented candles for table settings so they don’t overpower the food.
After several rainy days, the sun finally appeared today and filled my kitchen with light.
Now, I just hope the mums survive inside! From what I have learned, mums can be kept indoors as long as they are exposed to enough light and are watered regularly. Sounds easy enough…but then again I’ve killed every other plant. Why do I think I will be successful with these? Oh well, it can’t hurt to try!
Thanks for stopping by to see my latest table setting! If you love white pumpkins as much as I do, be sure to visit my other white pumpkin posts for more inspiration!
- Autumn Table and White Pumpkins
- Fall Table Setting with White Pumpkins
- Thanksgiving Table with White Pumpkins
- Decorating with White Pumpkins – Inspiration for Fall
Have you used white pumpkins on your fall table?
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