Last week I asked for your help. I wanted help picking a color and pattern palette for a Fall table setting. I love to entertain and setting the table for guests is the best part.
I tallied up the votes via comments, Facebook and Instagram and the winner was Clean and Colorless. It’s what I seem to lean towards often. I was kind of looking forward to having a little challenge with the other two choices, but I think you guys just know me too well. So, we’ll stick with what’s comfortable for now.
As I put this together, I decided that this could easily be a Christmas setting as well. Just take out the pumpkins and it’s great for Christmas dinner.
The highlight of this table setting is definitely the tablecloth. I got this silver foiled tablecloth at Homegoods for just $15. I love a good excuse to get out my china, it’s probably the Canadian in me. When I picked this china pattern 15 years ago, it probably seemed boring to most, but now I can’t go wrong with this simple white and silver pattern. I topped each plate with grey chevron napkins to keep the china and crystal setting a little less formal. I made the napkin rings with my Cricut (using the Tablescapes Fall and Winter cartridge). I love the simplicity of this all white feather. On the table I added mercury glass and milk glass pieces that I’ve collected over the years. The mercury glass picks in the milk glass vase are actually vintage Christmas picks that I got at a flea market. And I had to add a pumpkin, nothing says Fall with pumpkins.