When I am planning for my Fall Table Styling, I always want to include Fall colors, nature, texture and a touch of vintage.
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I tend to always serve meals as a buffet whether for our every day family breakfast, lunch and dinners or when we entertain guests. It set the dishes, silverware and all the food out, everyone lines up and fills their plates then sits down at the table.
Having a buffet also gives an extra spot to style for the season. You can use your kitchen counter, island or a furniture piece to serve as your buffet station. I use any and all of these depending on who is eating, what the meal is and the occasion.
For this Fall buffet I had fun styling my pieces from my Fall red plaid thermos collection. I also used a vintage toy truck some birch pumpkins and a fall garland.
These red coastal cotton stripe napkin holders from Cutlery Couture make the setting even more special. As family and guests come through the line it is easy to grab the holder with all the silverware already together.
For this Fall dinner I set up a table for two using our antler table and chairs. This table usually holds our chess board, but it makes a fun spot for a cozy date night too. Here’s a resent post of another Fall table I shared.
I always like to add natural elements in my decor and pheasant feathers are a favorite. Milk glass is one of my favorite things to collect and I love using it in all seasons. Three milk glass vases full of feathers on a wooden cake stand makes a simple Fall centerpiece. Here’s a post I wrote about my favorite vintage items to collect for under $10. Milk glass was one of them.
Green goblets from Dollar Tree and plaid dishes bring more color and pattern to the table.
I used a vintage Fall tablecloth I found in a local antique shop. Find out about my favorite antique shops to visit in this post.
See more inspiration on decorating tables with vintage decor in this post.
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