I asked over on my Instagram stories which style of table everyone preferred-casual or formal, and the majority said casual! I love the style of gathering your tableware around your centerpiece. It is a more relaxed look and a round table is perfect for it. Sometimes it is fun to set your table with place settings.

This year I decided to show you a table two ways! The first is what I call the “gathered” look and the second shows the table set with place settings.

For this Fall inspired tablescape, I went to my favorite store- Old Time Pottery. They have so many dishes, glassware and serving items to create your table.

They also have pretty linens and everything you need to create a centerpiece.

I was inspired first by these gold colored glass vases. They had several sizes in them. I wanted to do a few different arrangements to create my centerpiece and these were perfect.

The dark brown, woven vase was a great contrast to the glass.

It adds richness and texture. The colors of these leaves and stems are just beautiful. They are very realistic looking.

I added these pod stems to give some height to the centerpiece. I love the different look they provide. I wanted it to look like I had gathered these items in the woods and created a table with them.

I think it turned out great!

Old Time Pottery has every kind of faux pumpkin you could imagine. I loved these little neutral pumpkins. They let the leaves be the star but still add to the look.

I chose the grey dishes to warm things up for the upcoming season. They also will go with anything!

I carried the amber colored vases and stems to the sideboard. These colors look great with the green piece.

For another look, I removed the dishes from the center and set up a few settings to show you.

I love these smoke colored glasses for fall! The gold colored napkins contrast great with the grays and add warm fall color.

Here’s a look at the centerpiece without the dishware.

Which way do you like this table? I really like both. It just depends which look you are going for. I would say if you use your table to eat at, the first way would be easier to work around.

You do get to see more of your pieces when it is set though.

I really enjoyed creating this Fall tablescape! I hope it gives you inspiration for your fall table.

Thank you so much to Old Time Pottery for providing me with this beautiful decor!



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