Wednesday, October 7, 2015

Fall Table Setting 2015

Since it's October and officially a few weeks into Fall, I am finally ready to share my Fall tablescape! I am just loving the look of it this year!  
I have a few new things... the antique dough bowl in the center! This puppy is HUGE.  It's also a genuine antique. A lot of them are reproduction but mine came from a reputable antique dealer in Oregon who tells us this is from the 1800s likely made in Pennsylvania. It is carved from one solid piece of wood! Amazing! I filled it with a variety of pumpkins, my favorite being the red-orange cinderella pumpkin in the center! A few pieces of Indian corn are arranged on top (credit to the husband - I asked him to set them on the centerpiece, don't they look nice?)

New this year are the dried wheat stalks from Tuesday Morning as well as my new favorite thing... mini pumpkin cocottes made by Staub! Aren't they just the cutest? We've been serving up soup in them! The Staub pumpkins sit on my favorite Juliska "Country Estate" plates! 
My Mom found this cute little squirrel salt and pepper shaker! He seemed like a perfect fit for Fall!
 I love how the Staub pumpkin matches the real pumpkins! The deep purple hues from the napkin and goblets also match some of the deep purple in the Indian corn!
Oh, did I mention, this dining table is new too? It's from Restoration Hardware. We've had our eyes on it for several years but it was above our price range... until one day we found at the RH Outlet for almost 25% of the original price. And there is no damage to it! Talk about a bargain! 
I am thinking this table setting could go straight into Thanksgiving, but let's face it, you all know I'm going to rearrange things for a new Thanksgiving table setting, right?

Recipe from http://peoniesandorangeblossoms.blogspot.com

20 comments:

  1. I love your Fall table, Angelina! The arrangement in the dough bowl is so pretty, and the dishes and accessories are perfect.

    ReplyDelete
  2. Now that is what I call fall decorating perfection. I like it all.
    Pamela in Ohio

    ReplyDelete
  3. Hello Angela,

    I love your autumn tablescape. So many pretty details. I particularly love the cute orange pumpkin tureens and what a gorgeous table. Great find indeed. I always enjoy browsing through RH just for inspiration. It is a great store. But my favorite piece has to be that incredible dough bowl. It's gorgeous.

    Thanks for visiting. Wishing you a wonderful week.

    Janet



    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. The pumpkin tureens I spotted last year but didn't buy them as they were just over-budget... this year they dropped the price of them $5 and I decided to go for it. The dough bowl is my favorite too!!

      Delete
  4. What a gorgeous tablescape! Love how you have combined your plates with the Staub pumpkins. Your centerpiece is beautiful and oh so perfect for Fall. Oh, and the new table is BEAUTIFUL! Valerie

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Thank you, I am quite liking our new table! There used to be a dark mahogany table there, which was really nice, but I am liking the lighter wash on this table!

      Delete
  5. Pulled out my set of Juliska fall plates last night. Love these whimsical, happy scenes.
    Happy Thursday! ~ Sarah

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Aren't they fun? I wish they would have come out with more in the orange color... not that I need anymore... but I'm sure I would've bought them!

      Delete
  6. Beautiful fall table! I love decorating the table for fall, it is so comforting having it full of pumpkins and leaves!

    Alexis @ www.chemistrycachet.com

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Me too! I always have a hard time deciding when to take it down as I love decorating for Christmas the most out of every season!

      Delete
  7. Angelina, I"m back for another look. So happy you got that table. I would love to have a long dining room table, but our space wouldn't hold one. ;-)

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. The only problem with my long table is.... I don't have enough chairs! And of course the French chairs I bought they stopped making them, boo.

      Delete
  8. Your bread bowl is fabulous, and the cinderella pumpkins are my favorite too~ Love the vertical wheat stalks and how you've made your delicate china work in this rustic setting, beautiful!
    Jenna

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Oh thank you! That's one thing I like about this China... It can be dressed up or down!

      Delete
  9. The addition of the purple glasses and and napkins is perfect with this table.

    ReplyDelete

Thank you for taking the time to leave a comment! Sometimes it takes a few days for me to reply, but I truly love every single comment and read them all! It is the only way I know who has visited the blog!