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Tips to Setting a Table for Fall

Today I am thrilled to be sharing tips about setting a table for fall.

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I know what you are thinking. How could fall almost be here? 

It’s coming but we all know it is not here yet. It’s still summer. 

But if we were to think about setting a table for fall, what would you do?

Pictured above is a table I put together for a fall dinner. I mixed and matched the plates and silverware and I actually set one place setting with a Christmas plate! I know its crazy, but it’s fun. And the guest that was seated in that spot has a Christmas Eve birthday. So it was perfect.

Last fall I used pink pumpkins in my decor. I loved them so much and they were everywhere in our home. Even though my color scheme was different, I loved the look and I had a lot of fun setting a table for fall.

To learn all of the tips, including the proper etiquette for setting a table, head to My 100 Year Old Home | How to Set a Table for Fall.

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I am so excited to share with you Easy Elegance Wednesdays, where we celebrate simple elegant decor.  

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Today we are sharing:

Designthusiasm | 7 Ways to Introduce Early Fall to Your Table

Early Fall Tablescape from Designthusiasm

My 100 Year Old Home | How to Set a Table for Fall

How to Set a Table for Fall

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StoneGable | Tips for Mixing Decorating Styles

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Home Stories A to Z | 20 Do It Yourself Homework Study Spaces

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