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30 Absolutely Amazing Fall Table Decor Ideas For Entertaining

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There is plenty of decorating to do to get your home ready for autumn and it is time to start planning with these fabulous ideas for your fall table. With so many inspiring ideas out there, we have narrowed it down to some of our DIY fall favorites. Pumpkins are always a great way to bring fall into your home. Faux pumpkins are a clever idea for reusing year after year. You don’t have to use them the same way every year, there are plenty of ways to change them up… or use them in a different space in your home. They are plenty of shapes, sizes and colors to select from, depending on the style aesthetic that you are looking for.

To enhance the appearance of your table, add some variety with gourds, flowers and greenery. Don’t forget the candles for evening ambiance. If you are short on time, we even have some quick 5-minute ideas that will have your table looking fall-elevated in no time! Whatever your style, we have plenty of fantastic ideas that are budget-friendly and inspiring. Have a look below, as each image has further information and links to the full tutorials! Don’t forget to Pin these ideas (and follow us on Pinterest) so that you can come back to them later.

Tell Us: Which one of these fall table ideas more inspired you and why in the Comments below!

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1. This table setting features a painted pumpkin (using acrylic or chalk paint) at each place setting, with layered plates and a charger underneath. Get the full tutorial on this painted pumpkin at the provided link. (via Home Stories A to Z)

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2. Pumpkins and candles are used to create a fall-inspired centerpiece for this dining table decorated for entertaining. All table accessories can be found at World Market. (via World Market)

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3. Take it outdoors with this harvest themed tablescape. A plaid scarf is used for the table runner, which is layered with a burlap braid table runner on top. Black and white patterns are used for the place settings, while color is infused with pumpkins and squash. Copper mugs instead of traditional glasses adds another spot of fall color. (via Dimples and Tangles)

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4. Create an elegant tablescape with painted pumpkins. A large faux white pumpkin from Target, painted pumpkins and dried eucalyptus adorn the centerpiece. The faux antlers are from Painted Fox. LED battery-operated twinkle lights are tucked into the centerpiece for some holiday sparkle. (via Living With Landyn)

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5. This charming centerpiece is inspired by fall fruits. Using a white ceramic pedestal trinket dish, fill it with a faux white pumpkin surrounded by eucalyptus, pears, figs, grapes and pluots (a hybrid fruit of plum and apricot). This same centerpiece can also be done using a wooden dough bowl, basket, or anything you have on hand to use for display. (via Shades of Blue Interiors)

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6. There are so many beautiful details in this Autumnal table setting. Large white pumpkins are mixed with smaller metallic painted pumpkins. Candles adds ambiance, while a layering of plates has inspiring words on them — sourced from Michaels (can also be found at Target). (via @cherished_treasures_)

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7. This neutral fall tablescape features a folded, fabric shower curtain as a table runner (Target). A fairy pumpkin is set in the center, filled in with faux eucalyptus, faux antlers and some pillar candles for height and ambiance. (via Elizabeth Joan Designs)

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8. A fall-inspired outdoor tablescape is the ultimate for entertaining. Enjoy the crisp air of all while surrounding yourself with nature. This table features a fall-inspired fabric for the table runner (local craft store) or you can use a plaid throw. Use the color palette in the runner to guide your color scheme. Adorn with chargers, plates (Family Dollar), cutlery and napkins. Adorn the centerpiece with pumpkins, gourds, leaves, branches, pinecones and other found objects — seasonal fruits and vegetables are also a great option. (via The Crowned Goat)

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9. This fall table began with a burlap runner. A thrift store basket was set in the center, filled with eucalyptus stems and faux pumpkins. The wood-looking chargers were spotted at the Dollar Tree, layered with white plates. (via My Creative Days)

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10. This farmhouse table features a mix of fresh and faux to create a causal yet elegant tablescape. Decorations includes dried hydrangeas, a mix of real and faux pumpkins, faux magnolia and real seeded eucalyptus branches. (via Home Stories A to Z)

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11. Decorate your fall table in modern farmhouse style using a neutral palette mixed with woods for warmth. Breadboards, new and vintage, are used as chargers. The flatware is a mix of vintage French hotel silverware, creating an eclectic aesthetic. To create unity, the same white plates are used at each place setting. The garland is a DIY of fresh herbs — bay leaves, olive branches and rosemary stems. Layer in some white pumpkins and pillar candles for the finishing touch! (via Modern Glam)

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12. The main focal point of this table is the vintage wooden toolbox centerpiece. Fill it with white pumpkins (real or faux), baby’s breath and fresh yellow daises (put them in glass jars filled with water). Get the tutorial on the provided link. (via Sarah Joy Blog)

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13. Dazzle your guests by making this DIY herb and olive-leaf table garland. For this project you will need twine, green wire and fall-inspired herbs such as sage, rosemary and olive leaf branches or even eucalyptus (or other greenery). Stretch this across the table and layer in a few white paint dipped pinecones. Get the full how-to on the provided link. (via Country Living)

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14. This rustic centerpiece takes less than 5 minutes to put together and is budget-friendly! Perfect for the fall season, all you need is a 4-foot log, a drill bit (1.5″ diameter) and some tea lights. If you don’t want to have a flame, try LED tea light candles. Add a table runner and adorn with pumpkins, gourds, faux leaves, berries and pinecones for a festive fall touch. (via Jenna Burger Design)

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15. A large tool caddy is the focal point of this fall table centerpiece. It is brimming with white pumpkins and PeeGee hydrangeas (freshly cut and dried). Flanking each side are hammered silver hurricanes filled with stacked white pumpkins. (via Stone Gable Blog)

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16. This stunning floral DIY centerpiece is perfect for a fall dinner party. Hollow out a fantasy pumpkin to use as a vase. Fill the pumpkin with fresh flowers, roses, mums and broom cob. Set the pumpkin on a silver platter for a touch of elegance. (via Jenny Steffens)

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17. This five minute Autumn vignette is simple to put together. Just add a few pumpkins in soft shades of white and grey. Layer in a strand of white berries and some dried hydrangeas to fill in your basket, wooden tray or dough bowl. (via French Country Cottage)

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18. Add a DIY pumpkin vase to your table for a simple yet eye-catching centerpiece idea. Begin with a faux white pumpkin, cut the center out and add a styrofoam block inside with hot glue. Insert faux fall stems, securing them into the styrofoam. This will make a fabulous centerpiece you can leave on your table till Thanksgiving! (via A Pumpkin & A Princess)

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19. This simple centerpiece begins with a neutral platter. Add stems of seeded eucalyptus, a pillar and votive candles. Fill in with fresh or faux red or green pears (artificial pears can be found at Kirklands). (via Julie Blanner)

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20. Adorn your table with neutral and gold accents to create an elegant look for fall entertaining. (via Living With Landyn)

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21. This fall table features a color palette of blue and mauve. Real and faux flowers have been used for the table centerpiece, this includes blue thistle. Tiny white squash is layered in, along with pillar candles for ambiance. (via Craftberry Bush)

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22. This beautiful orange and gray fall tablescape features a gray and white flannel blanket as the base. Warmer tones of copper have been layered in. A centerpiece of stacked pumpkins helps to bring in the fall vibe. While gray napkins at each place setting picks up the gray tones from the buffalo check blanket. (via Rooms For Rent Blog)

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23. A country harvest tablescape features a centerpiece of wheat set in white vases, harvested on the bloggers property. Additional details includes a lace table runner, white plates, crochet edge napkins, vintage elements, silverware and velvet pumpkins (Soft Surroundings has these in green and eggplant). Don’t forget to add some candles for ambiance! (via Love Grows Wild)

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24. Simple fall centerpiece using a wood pizza board, layered with votive candles, dried hydrangeas, gourds and fairy pumpkins. (via Pinterest)

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25. This rustic garden fall table is full of inspiration. The centerpiece includes faux white pumpkins, craft moss, terra-cotta pots and some fresh greenery. It is all set on a piece of beadboard, so it can be easily taken off after your guests arrive. This could also be done on a smaller scale for a more permanent installation. (via Liz Marie Blog)

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26. DIY a fall-inspired centerpiece on your table using a wooden dough bowl (Kirklands, Hobby Lobby, Pier 1, Pottery Barn). Fill the bowl with a pretty arrangement consisting of artificial olive branches, hydrangeas and white pumpkins. (via Life On Summerhill)

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27. Create an elegant fall touch on your dining table with a simple flower arrangement set in a hollowed out fantasy pumpkin. The color palette features dusty sage and soft corals using fresh roses and eucalyptus as the filler. Be sure to set a container in the bottom of the pumpkin with water to help preserve the flowers and greenery. (via Maison de Pax)

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28. Create a fall centerpiece on your table using velvet pumpkins. A plaid scarf has been used as the table runner (similar at Kirklands). Velvet pumpkins can be found at LoveFeast Shop or Hot Skwash, in any color scheme that you would like to fit your home decor. (via Maison de Pax)

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29. This beautiful, warm and cozy tablescape features a vase filled with a faux fall arrangement in the center. Lanterns and candles add ambiance. Each table setting is layered with twig chargers, plates, napkins and topped with small orange pumpkins. (via @bigfamilylittlefarmhouse)

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30. This pretty farmhouse style dining table features simple yet charming decorations for the perfect touch of fall. (via @bigfamilylittlefarmhouse)

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Jane

With all those pumpkins and such for the center of the table, I just wonder where the food is going to go?

Carla Mccoo

I love them all. Each brings their own unique flair. I am, however, partial to an eclectic mix of what I call, “rustic elegance”, with the emphasis on rustic. I love found objects. What can I say….I’m an eclectic kind of girl. All are lovely. Thanx:)