Well I am at it again. My head has been spinning with all the fun ideas of things I want to do this fall and ideas I want to share with you guys. Sometimes I can get in a design rut, but right now I am getting all the feels, the ideas, and the desire to create. So, today I want to share some gorgeous and simple outdoor fall table decor ideas that I used on my table. You can use unconventional items to really bring some unique touches to a table setting. Let me show you!
I have become kind of obsessed with my back piece of property, it is the last piece that has not been cultivated and worked over. It still has those wild touches to it, tall blond grass, and weeds just as high. It has become one of my favorite places to set up some more dramatic photo shoots.
Last week I shared a simple fall dining ideas for outdoors
It was when my brain suddenly burst into ideas, realizing what I had right in my own backyard. I gorgeous place to create memories, beautiful pictures, and some amazing dinners.
I started this simple fall table decor, I started by using something a bit unusual, a large coverlet that is usually used for a bed. I wanted something large enough to cover our large table and that has a bit of interest. I seem to strike out when looking for tablecloths.
I topped the white blanket with a gorgeous plaid Pendleton blanket to break up the white. The colors of this blanket are so earthy and beautiful.
Like with most of my fall tables, I use found items from the yard, the garden or from my home. My goal is to create without spending any money if possible.
I used tables from the house, and mismatched them with some of my favorite vintage chairs. I love the mismatched look.
I then used leaf branches from one of our trees and also added a couple cuttings of pumpkin vines to add some fun fall vibes.
I added a cloche of apples, which are such a fall item for me. I love they way they look nestled inside the cloche.
The centerpiece is a large wicker vase full of cut branches from the yard.
I used my copper mule mugs as a pop of shine, texture and color.
I love the images I was able to get from this fall table decor. The striking white and delicate items with the wild unruly outdoor space is confounding to me.
I am overwhelmed by the beauty I found in a place that I never thought I would find it. There are so many ways for us to take advantage of the spaces around us, and sometimes we just do not realize what we truly have. For instance, this view, with Bryce Canyon National Park in the background.
Its not a bad view, if I do say so. We are incredibly blessed to live where we do and to have these amazing views in all directions.
I love creating. I love styling and all the little things involved in something like this. Featuring simple fall table decor with a grass field as a backdrop. It can’t get any better than that.
I hope it brought a bit of inspiration to you.
Have a great day!
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