Changing up your table decor can be an easy way to decorate for the holidays. Here are 10 stylish fall table decor ideas – there is something for every budget!
Silver Plate Leaf Dish – $99.00
Midcentury silver plate leaf dish is excellent as a jewelry dish.
Pumpkin S&P Shakers w/ Metal Cart – $12.00
This little salt and pepper duo delivers seasonal style in an adorable package.
Acorn S&P Shakers – $12.00
These acorn-shape crystal salt and pepper shakers are ideal for all your autumnal festivities.
French Trug w/ Twig Handle – $225.00
Charming handmade trug or basket from Provence. It was carried by the twig handle to the market for shopping.
Majolica Pineapple Teapot – $435.00
Antique English majolica teapot in the shape of a pineapple. Made circa 1890.
Pumpkin Crystal Biscuit Box – $24.00
This sparkling crystal holder in the shape of a pumpkin is just the thing to hold Halloween candy, Thanksgiving sweets, or treats any time of year.
19″ Faux-Crocodile Tray, Orange – $25.00
This tray, textured to resemble crocodile skin, offers a stylish way to contain clutter or display accents. Its cutout handles and high sides also make it a practical way to carry drinks and other items when entertaining.
Brass Antler Candelbra – $249.00
Nine-candle brass candelabra created in the form of deer antlers with a rustic patina. Base, 6.12″L x 4.6″W.
S/4 Stainless Steel Leaf Napkin Rings – $24.00
Add a touch of nature to your table with this set of stainless-steel napkin rings, each adorned with elegant brass leaves. Whether you’re hosting a festive soiree or preparing a daily family gathering, Godinger should come to the party. With the family company’s legacy of fine silver and premium crystal and glassware behind it, this elegant tabletop selection brings whimsy, ease, and even a touch of exoticism to entertaining.
12 Oz Petite Pumpkin Cocotte, Flame – $30.00
With careful artistic details and a pop of autumn color, this pumpkin-shaped cocotte makes a wonderful seasonal addition to countertops or holiday tables. Fill with candy at Halloween or a single serving of soup at Thanksgiving! Founded in Fresnoy-le-Grand, France in 1925 by Armand Desaegher, a casting specialist, and Octave Aubecq, an enamel expert, Le Creuset’s collection of enamel-coated, cast iron kitchenware has been cherished and passed down through kitchens worldwide for over 85 years.
Which of these stylish fall table decor ideas is your favorite? Do you update your table decor for the seasons or holidays? Share your ideas in the comments below!
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