11 Creative Fall Table Decor Ideas

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Hosting a festive dinner party for family and friends this fall? Set the scene with a killer fall tablescape with our fall table decor ideas. You got this!

Fall is here, and that means it’s the perfect time to entertain your family and friends in the comforts of your own home. Of course, delicious food and drinks are must-haves, but decorating the dinner table is just as important as planning the menu.

Set the table with these creative and festive fall table decor ideas to make dinner parties even more special.

Accessorize With Found Objects

We know that you want to wow your guests with your fall table decor, and one of the cheapest and easiest fall table decor ideas is to decorate with found objects in your garden or home. For example, use a mix of fruits and leaves to accessorize your dinner table. You can also add candles and vases of fresh blooms. If you want to level up your fall table decor, use metallic gold paint to create metallic pumpkin centerpieces. It will definitely bring high-shine fun to your dinner table.

Add Colorful Blooms and Plants

Liven up your dinner table with bright flowers and lush greenery. Place it in an antique vase to make the table look like it has a story to tell. Don’t forget to vary the height for added visual interest.

Classic Decor

If you want to add a touch of elegance on your fall table decor, ditch the blue and orange theme and go for light pink and white instead. Add a neutral, textured table runner and small white gourds. Mix a bit of gold and gray to complete the look.

Go Blue

If traditional fall orange tones are not your vibe, opt for shades of blue to decorate your fall table. Add fresh flowers and stick to a neutral palette with your napkins and plating to even it out.

Go Farmhouse Chic

One of the most popular fall table decor ideas is the farmhouse chic theme. It’s simple yet stunning. To do this, style your table with fall fruits and large candles. Add in pops of fall colors, such as orange napkins and purple placemats.

Incorporate Fall Fruits

Take your fall table decor to the next level by adding a mix of colorful fruits like apples, figs, pears, pomegranates, and tangerines. Mix in a few of matte gold candlestick holders and vibrant flowers.

Incorporate Fall Scents

Adding to our list of fall table decor ideas is to add fall scents to your dining room. We suggest that if you’re going to add candles, choose scented candles, such as Autumn Leaves or Dark Rum.

Keep It Natural

Ditch the linens, and create a natural runner by styling bronze pumpkins and candles. Add colorful gourds, leaves, and moss. Trust us, it will be such a festive fall table decor. Don’t forget to add plaid napkins to complete the look.

Mix Old and New

Next on our list of fall table decor ideas is to keep things casual, down to earth, and simple by mixing old and new tableware on your dinner table. The result? A fall dinner table with so much character and visually interesting, as well.

Play With Pattern

Well, this is a bit tricky, but the secret to pulling off this look is to keep everything in the same color family. For example, this fall table decor by House Beautiful works beautifully even though the napkins, plates, tablecloth have different patterns. Additionally, create contrast by adding a pop of color like orange flowers and fruits.

Think Untraditional

OK, think out of the box and go untraditional with your fall table decor by styling it with the classic color combo of blue and white. To avoid the feeling that it’s a bit summery, add antlers on the table and wall to even it out.

Whatever look you are going for, we hope that these stunning fall table decor ideas will bring life to your dinner table. Learn more interior design tips and ideas on Omysa’s blog. Happy decorating!

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