Create a lovely fall tablescape with copper accents and a DIY centerpiece. Combining copper accessories with green and blue has our dining table looking festive for fall.
I love putting together seasonal tablescapes, especially when I can use Items I have on hand to keep the cost low.
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Whenever I can use my copper table accessories, I try to mix in seasonal colors. For this year’s fall dining table décor, I’m using green and blue to go with the copper pieces.
Copper Accents for Fall Dining Table
The focal point for this table is the DIY Centerpiece Lantern that I made using a thrift store find and some greenery.
I borrowed the dark blue table runner from Gloria after she used it for a copper and blue birthday table for me in August.
To add in a pop of color to my fall table, I placed a the runner beneath the centerpiece. I love the combination of copper and navy.
I’ve had these burnt orange napkins for several years. The pumpkins and leaves cutout design is perfect for fall. This deep shade of orange goes well with the blue runner and copper accents.
The copper toned stemmed wine glasses are ones that I’ve had my eye on for a while. I added them to a birthday wish list this year and one of my sons sent me a set of them.
They are such a pretty addition to other copper accessories I have. I love how they look next to the chargers and flatware.
Our dining room is the only room in our home that has a more formal look to it. The dark, large vintage furniture pieces are some of my favorites, even though most of my house has light, coastal décor. We use this space for special occasions and holidays, so keeping it more formal works for me.
This combination of copper, blue, green, and burnt orange turned out just the way I envisioned it when I started planning it. Using plain white dinner plates helps to keep it from looking too busy. A patterned plate wouldn’t look as crisp to me.
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Fall Tablescape with Copper Accents
Tips for Creating a Fall Tablescape
- Choose a color palette – Think about non traditional fall colors for a new look.
- Shop your home – It’s a great way to save money for a seasonal tablescape.
- Mix and Match pieces you already have in new ways.
- Coordinate flatware, chargers, and stemware.
- Use one color plates instead of ones with designs to keep the table from looking too busy.
- Create a DIY Centerpiece for budget friendly décor.
What are your favorite colors to use for fall tablescapes?
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