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25+ Warm and Welcoming Fall Table Decorating Ideas

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As the harvest season rapidly approaches, it is time to start decorating around your home, which includes sprucing up your dining table with fall decor. This decor can easily transition through the holiday months with a few additions, keeping your space fresh and inviting for your guests. With the autumn season comes hosting parties and entertaining family with delicious feasts.

So why not create some cozy spaces in your kitchen and dining area (indoors or out) with table settings that invites you to relax and enjoy. Have a look below at some fantastic ideas that we have gathered for you to help you prepare for the holiday season. Don’t forget to let us know in the Comments which one of these tablescapes most inspired you and why!

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1. DIY Seeded Eucalyptus Garland. Plaid table runners are complimented by four orange velvet pumpkins— Soft Surroundings and four birch candles. A dried eucalyptus garland completes the look. Get the full DIY tutorial on the supplied link. (via On Sutton Place)

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2. French Farmhouse Centerpiece. To create this look, begin with a blue-striped table runner. Add a French white pitcher and fill it with wheat, set on a sterling silver tray and complimented by mini white pumpkins. A pair of white candleholders completes the look. (via Shabby FuFu)

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3. Apple Centerpiece. From bright green to dark red and everything in-between, apples are the main event of this outdoor dining table. A melon baller is used to hollow out the center of the apples and tea lights are placed in the center for ambiance. The apples sit on Wood Bark Pedestal Stands, which can be found at World Market. (via Little Green Notebook)

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4. Eclectic Fall Table. Orange and white pumpkins of varying sizes graces this table, surrounded by faux greenery. White taper candles helps to add ambiance. (via Ella Claire Inspired)

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5. Glamorous Table Decor. Three neutral vases are the centerpiece, with candles on each side, and matching seasonal elements are at each end of the table. Pumpkins and fall foliage are layered into the scheme. (via Kevin and Amanda)

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6. Neutral & Copper Centerpiece. White and cream colored pumpkins are complimented by accents of copper from the Moscow mule mugs. A pitcher filled with cotton stems and a copper “Give Thanks” sign rounds out the look. (via Liz Marie Blog)

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7. Coastal Casual Fall Tablescape. Pumpkins are spray painted with metallic colors to add some glitz to this coastal themed table. Even the candle sticks were painted in a hammered copper spray paint. Layered into the tray is a DIY “hello Fall” sign that has been placed in a frame. Get the DIY how to at the provided link. (via Artsy Chicks Rule)

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8. Fall Flowers Centerpiece. Re-purposed root beer bottles are used to make this centerpiece. Wooden Bark Chargers, which can be found at World Market, are used to layer the bottles. Fresh fall flowers infuses color. (via Knick of Time)

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9. Neutral Fall Table. The base of the table is decorated with trimmings from a real English Laurel. Small white pumpkins and silver candle sticks were added to compliment the silverware. (via Cambridge Home Company)

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10. Pumpkin Centerpiece. A bunch of mini white pumpkins feature little leaf tags tied onto the stems. Each pumpkin has different words printed on craft paper (these words can be fall or Thanksgiving-inspired, or even guest names). The pumpkins are displayed on a long breadboard for the centerpiece, set on a long antique linen towel. Tree branch clippings adds the finishing touch. (via Ella Claire Inspired)

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11. Fall Farmhouse Tablescape. A simple and neutral decor scheme graces this table. Candlesticks of varying heights runs down the center of the table, set in a metal wire basket on top of a linen table runner. Rae Dunn bowls feature velvet pumpkins sourced from Target. (via Liz Marie Blog)

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12. Autumn Centerpiece. A log centerpiece is surrounded by varying sizes of sugar pumpkins, pinecones, berries, and artificial leaves. The log is a DIY project, featuring drilled holes to sit tea lights into. Get tutorial on blog link. (via Jenna Burger)

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13. Wheat Bundle Centerpiece. Create an elegant table display with a wheat bundle, tied with a wired burlap ribbon. A sliced wood piece is used for layering the wheat. (via Uncommon Designs)

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14. Neutral Centerpiece. A fall-themed centerpiece includes Lumina and Baby Boo white pumpkins, naturally-shed antlers, dried hydrangeas, and votive candles — all in neutrals. (via Tone on Tone Antiques)

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15. Pumpkin Display. Adorning this dining table is a wooden box brimming with cinderella pumpkins, dried hydrangeas, seeded eucalyptus leaves, mini pumpkins, metal rusted leaves and fig branches. Two black hurricanes were added on each side of the table. (via Good Grief Girdie)

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16. Pumpkin Succulent Arrangement. If you are a DIY’er, this is the perfect project to create a unique, conversational piece for your fall table display. The provided link will give you the full how-to tutorial. (via Simply Happenstance)

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17. Pumpkin Table Decor. A variety of heirloom pumpkins and gourds decorates this tablescape, with a couple set on pedestals. A runner lines the center of the table, lanterns at each end and one in the center. Mason jars are filled with bouquets, while space in between are softened with pinecones, ornamental cabbage and kale. (via The Lettered Cottage)

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18. Farmhouse Style Centerpiece. A galvanized tray is the centerpiece of this table, loaded with fall texture. A gathering of pumpkins, acorns, candles and autumn florals are just a few of the fall finds. (via Worthing Court)

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19. Urban Farmhouse Table. Farmhouse A mix of real and faux greenery includes: dried hydrangeas, faux magnolia and real seeded eucalyptus branches. Faux and real pumpkins were added into the centerpiece to create a casually elegant tablescape. (via Home Stories A to Z)

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20. Fall Centerpiece. A baguette board is adorned with with pillar candles from the dollar store. Between each candle are mini-pumpkins sourced from the farmer’s market. Fresh vines adds to the centerpiece. (via Sophia’s Decor)

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21. Outdoor Table Setting. Host a fall dinner party outdoors with vases filled with fall-inspired foliage, apples and other autumn decor. (via Celebrations at Home)

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22. Fall Floral Arrangement. This simple arrangement takes just five minutes to make and lasts for weeks! To create this look, you will need: apples, cheesecloth (used as the table runner), a bunch of seeded eucalyptus and pillar candles. (via Julie Blanner)

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23. Rose-Gold-Fall Tablescape. This glamorous table is filled with a variety of pumpkins, from large white pumpkins to metallic pumpkins. Dotted around the pumpkins is small floral bouquets of fresh roses. (via Randi Garrett Design)

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24. Simple Table Decor. Green garland is tucked in and around a pile of pumpkins. The greenery adds depth and color to the pumpkin display. The chunky birch candles were found at HomeGoods. Adding warmth to the table is gold flatware. Adding additional gold touches are small gold pods tucked into the greenery. Jute pouches on the plates are filled with lavender and eucalyptus. (via 2 Ladies & A Chair)

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25. Natural Fall Tablescape. In the center of this dining table is an oval bronze tray brimming with pumpkins, pinecones and seeded eucalyptus. (via Stone Gable Blog)

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26. Backyard Entertaining. Before it gets too cold, decorate your outdoor space to enjoy fall-themed dinner parties. Accents of gold from the flatware infuses warmth. Pillar candles adds ambiance, while a garland of greenery adds a freshness to the table decor. (via Andee Layne)

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27. Cozy Fall Tablescape. This beautiful yet simply decorated dining table can easily transition right into the Christmas Season. A plaid blanket sourced from Walmart is used as a table runner. Large pumpkins are set in Acacia chargers, also found at Walmart. The finishing touch, flameless LED candles and some faux boxwood with apples. (via Cherished Bliss)

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Tracy Bradshaw

It’s ok I feel like your table tops were to cluttered simplicity is style as they say