How are You Decorating For Fall?

Today is a perfect fall day in the Midwest.  I drove my oldest son to Environmental Education Camp this morning, and enjoyed the full beauty of it all.  There were bright oranges and nut browns against a blue sky; a crisp wind in the air carrying with it the scent of a cozy fire…  Between my woodland drive and Saffron Marigold’s recent Thanksgiving Decor series, I’m absolutely inspired to decorate for fall!

decorating a table for Thanksgiving

My table today: Sweet Dumpling squash, fall flowers and ferns on a Spice Route table runner

I thought I’d share a little inspiration for fall table decor from around the web, and then find out from you what your favorite Fall Decor elements are!

Ideas for Thanksgiving Decor

Fall Leaves in Glass Bottles, BHG

Ideas for Thanksgiving Table Decorations

Acorns, Black Walnuts and Candle, by Common Ground - Debra's Vintage Designs

Lemons and candle in a hurricane. How easy is that? - Helt Enkelt

fall decor ideas

Get your pruning done, AND have a great fall centerpiece! - from Style Me Pretty

What are you favorite fall elements? Tell us, show us, we love to hear your comments and ideas!

Pssst…  We’re also hosting a Thanksgiving Giveaway!  Answer the questions at the bottom of any post in the Thanksgiving series, to be entered in a weekly raffle!  Check the Main Thanksgiving Series Post each Friday to find out if you’ve won. :)

{ 4 comments… read them below or add one }

Meggan

Love the centerpiece from Style Me Pretty! Gorgeous colors and I love the fall pumpkins/gourds around it!

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Heidi

I love that one too, Meggan… I think I’d have to make a place for a piece like that on my hearth – the size is really a statement. My favorite part is that I could just head outside and come back in with an amazing natural show stopper!

Heidi

I like to use the small, fist-sized pumpkins hollowed out and filled with sand or rice as votive holders.

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Megan

Last year, I used an idea that I found on your blog: I hollowed out artichokes and inserted tea lights. The process was really easy, and they looked really nice as a centerpiece with assorted pumpkins and gourds. Thanks for the great idea!

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