Lots of love for the softer side of autumn table last week- and also a lot of requests for more traditional colors. So today is a quick change to take that same setting to a walk on the wild side of autumn with rich colors and bold and beautiful pumpkin foliage.
Bold Autumn Table
Not as bold a autumn table setting as some of them would be I suppose- but this is pretty bold for my style. I tend to prefer the softer side- I will be honest. But sometimes those rosy toned colors are a lovely touch too. With rich oranges and pops of reds- this foliage definitely says autumn in a beautiful way. If you are one of those who said you love more pop of pretty for autumn- this table is for you! And if you want to take a closer look at our softer side table below- you can find that Here.
Brown Buffalo Check tablecloth
This is such a pretty autumn inspired cloth- I love how the brown plays so perfectly with the oranges. Though you could also use this buffalo check beauty year round with pinks and other pretty colors mingled in. You can find it HERE
Vintage Floral Plates
These dishes are some of my favorites and you can see a bit about how pretty those pinks are with the browns on the table too. They are vintage and were my grandmothers so they are extra special to me and are often on repeat.
I kept the glassware, plates and flatware the same color as the other table to show how just changing a couple of things made all the difference in the look.
Bold and beautiful pumpkins and foliage autumn is on repeat.
What I love about this centerpiece? It is so easy to plop down on the table, fluff up and enjoy in just a few minutes. This garland is all about those shades of rich colors that come with autumn. From colorful leaves to pretty pumpkins and lots of layers of lovely.
Pumpkin Wine Barrels
A quick swap of foliage and the autumn wine barrel decor was finished.
This is simply a wreath with pumpkins stacked in the center and makes such a lovely backdrop for the table.
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