Apple pie, apple picking, apple cider, and candy apples herald the coming of fall every year. I love the crisp smell of apples in the fall (and Dunkin Donuts new Apple Cider Donut). As a former public school and current homeschool teacher, apples also remind me that school is back in session. This year, I’m starting autumn off in my house with an Apple Forest Fall Tablescape.
For my linens, I used an apple-green Damask tablecloth, a bright red runner, and golden napkins I purchased from World Market.
I wanted to temper the red and green with lots of brown and gold tones. I used golden chargers along with the red and green plaid ones on the ends. The runner is scattered with wood pieces and pine cones from last year’s fireplace stash, along with unfinished wooden knobs and beads.
My apple tablescape centerpiece is a woven thrift basket stuffed with greenery, fall leaves, pine cones, pink lady and macintosh apples, and a Homer Laughlin Castilian cream pitcher.
In addition to the centerpiece, vintage cranberry glass and Homer Laughlin Castilian shakers provide red and earthtone accents.
The dinner plates are Martha Stewart Woodland and Homer Laughlin Castilian. The apple salad plates were made in Italy by San Marciano Ceramiche.
The midcentury coffee cups are Denby Romany-perfect for hot apple cider or wassal on an apple tablescape. The flatware is 1917 monogrammed Community Plate (silver plated) in the Adam pattern. It is also for sale in my eBay store, The Little Dish Cottage.
I hope you enjoyed viewing my Apple Forest Fall Tablescape!
Have a gorgeous fall season,
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