One of the things I love about the fall is going through all of the boxes of all of my seasonal decorations. Through the years I have managed to amass considerable amounts of acorns, pine cones, fall wreathes, garlands, and hundreds of miscellaneous other items that have at one time or another been used to celebrate the coming of fall in my home. This year I have promised myself to thin things out a bit. But alas, as of yet I have not pitched a single thing. I don't think I have a single acorn that I would want to part with. There are real acorns, big plastic acorns, small ceramic acorns, big ceramic acorns, velvety flocked acorns, copper metal acorns, gold spray painted acorns, metal stamped acorns, acorn salt & pepper shakers, and you get the picture, the list goes on and on.
The little acorn boys that I am using in this tablescape are my favorites over the last couple of years. I love the pine cone hats with the acorn on top. I had quite a few of the dear little things, but I gave them away as gifts. They work out well for Christmas tablescapes too.
I wanted to do a blue fall tablescape but most of my blue china is packed away in boxes that I could not get to when I decided on the blue. So I scrounged around in the kitchen for what I had available and this is what I came up with. The red bowls are made by Olfaire, a Home Goods find this year I did not have a bowl in yellow or blue that I could use so I picked the red bowl to go with the flowers in the Tabletops Gallery Modena salad plates.
The salad plates look good as a stand alone without the bowls too. The blue glassware was a recent Goodwill find.
The Debbie Mum salad plates looked nice with the ebony colored wooden chargers.
A lovely bouquet from the grocery store finishes off the table beautifully don't you think?
Have a great day, stay safe and stay happy!!
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