*In collaboration with Marshalls.
Wanted our fall tablescape to feel a little more moody so we went with rich burgundy hues in the florals and candles and warm wood accents like these cute coasters.
He thinks licking things is the funniest thing ever. He always does it try to make us laugh 🙂
This white and mixed metal pitcher was probably my favorite Marshalls buy. Love the mixed metal!
You guys have seen a few sneak peeks along the way as I’ve been putting this together, so I’m excited to share our fall tablescape! I love decorating for the season or upcoming holidays because it always makes a home feel cozier.
Before moving from our old home, I wanted to create a special family dinner as a way to celebrate our time here, the special memories we made, and enjoy our last family meal in this home. Our schedule has been pretty crazy, so we’re always looking for ways to slow down and just enjoy our time together. During our family dinners, we talk about anything and everything from superheroes to the kids’ day at school. While our schedules are busy and sometimes it’s not always easy to make time for these dinners, having sit down family dinners is something my parents always taught me was important and I want to carry that on with our kids.
My parents have always been really good at hosting dinners and making everything feel really festive, so with that in mind I started picking out pieces for our fall tablescape. My first stop was Marshalls and I was excited to find pretty much everything I needed there. I love these pretty ceramic serving bowls and the metal details on this pitcher so they were my foundation for the rest of the settings. They were the perfect pieces to combine gold and coppery/bronze tones in my tablescape! I can never decide between gold and the coppery/bronze tones so I was excited I could tie both metals into the tablescape.
My other favorite find was the candlestick centerpiece – I wanted a moody feel, so I went a little overboard on the candles haha. I also found individual candlesticks to add height variation that created a pretty effect. Whenever I go to Marshalls I always end up finding way more than I was looking for and everything is always at really good price points. I went in with the intention of getting one or two things as a centerpiece, and I left with way too much stuff! You can see more of my fall tablescape later this month on .
Have you guys started planning your fall or Thanksgiving tablescape yet? I love the design process so I’m excited to share more home decor posts as we settle into our condo and finish our build!