Autumn presents the perfect conditions for creating a gorgeous fall tablescape. You might be interested in conjuring a dreamy spread for a Thanksgiving or Friendsgiving meal, or perhaps you're after a few new options to embrace the cozy season.
There are many different ways to approach fall tablescaping. Camille Lai, content creator and the face behind the dreamy spaces on @houseof.lais, notes that amping up the saturation is one way to really make an impact.
Although she agrees the classic fall palette is never a bad idea, never fear experimentation. «I like an element of surprise, and this year, I tried blue candles with burgundy dinnerware and pink napkins—outside of the box is fun too,» she tells The Spruce
Ready to put your own together? Here is what Lai and other styling experts and designers recommend for creating the perfect fall tablescape.
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Fall is the season of lighting wicks and ambient glow, and candles are the best. Aside from burning one in the bathroom or living room, add these (and their respective holders to your tablescape.
«Candle holders and candles are must-have tablescape items for me,» Lai says. «I love to mix varying materials, height, and styles. I prefer to keep things simple but impactful.»
Gold is a popular tone for autumnal tablescapes, but silver or jewel-toned glass holders are equally beautiful. For the candles, white is a classic option, but orange, auburn, and dark green tapers will instantly create a fall feeling.
To completely transform a bare table or upgrade a tablescape that feels sparse, lean on garlands.
Jolynn Hansen, interior designer, professional organizer, and founder of Lofty Designs, notes that garlands are a
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