Set the Mood with Fall DecorRustic Kitchen, New York

When you start decorating for Fall, don't forget the table. It should be your favorite decor item, orange, red & yellow, all the colors that remind us that you have a warm and cozy home.

Creating a table scape can be done with store bought items and items from nature. Pine cones, leaves, branches, squash and pumpkins will provide you with all the inspiration you'll need to create something beautiful.

You can start with a fall colored tablecloth, place mat or runner. Then start building on that. The largest item in the center of course. A vase, pumpkin or watering can will work perfectly. Then start embellishing with your 'found items'. Pull out the Halloween box and start building your theme. Pumpkins, leaves and flowers--working with various textures creates interest. Bring in that pot on the back porch and fill it branches and pine cones.

Light a candle and warm some cider on the stove, sit back and enjoy your new creation. Fall is now here.

David Glasofer

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Becky Harris added this to 8 Easy Halloween Decorating IdeasOct 9, 2017

6. Lay out a pumpkin tablescape. This tablescape gets its natural and pretty look from a row of white pumpkins wrapped in branches of bittersweet atop an orange runner. Simple votives with a few bittersweet berries sprinkled at the bottom add a warm glow. Always be sure to keep candle flames away from anything that can burn, and never leave candles unattended.

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valeriegoatwoman added this to Easy Halloween DecorationsOct 19, 2019

Lay out a pumpkin tablescape. This tablescape gets its natural and pretty look from a row of white pumpkins wrapped in branches of bittersweet atop an orange runner. Simple votives with a few bittersweet berries sprinkled at the bottom add a warm glow. Always be sure to keep candle flames away from anything that can burn, and never leave candles unattended.

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