FALL TABLE FOR TWO

1 FALL TABLE FOR TWO- Set a pretty table for fall. Lots of ideas!

I love to be outside during the fall… even more than summer! Fall weather here is usually stunning. Crisp and no humidity and there are days that are so perfect you have to pinch yourself to make sure they are real! The scenery begins to change and become saturated with the most gorgeous autumnal colors! Now is the time to get outside. So I’m heading to the little table on the porch and setting it for an easy, intimate dinner for two full of early fall charm!

Maples are the first trees to “turn” and if you look very, very carefully at our red maples you can see a couple of leaves already turning a beautiful autumn color. The tops of our trees have many more colorful leaves!

I love black and white with fall colors… so dramatic!

A small stack of dishes and a pretty leaf bowl are arranged at each place setting. The detailed edges and shapes of the dishes add lots of interest to the table!

Napkins were “fluffed” in coffee mugs and amber goblets wait for cider!

Just for fun, I tucked a few faux fall leaves along with the napkins into the mugs!

These willow placemats are new to StoneGable this fall. I love their twiggy texture! Simple white handled forks and knives work well with today’s meal!

The centerpiece is a vintage chamber pot I got on a recent shopping trip.  I know what they were used for, but I just love their shape!

The chamber pot turned planter has 2 small mums and a tiny flowering cabbage tucked into it! I added a white pumpkin, some pinecones, a seed pod and a few sprigs of fall leaves.

The pumpkin is faux. It was once orange and I painted it white and added a real stem. To see how easy it is to upcycle your orange pumpkins click HERE.

Bobby and I are going to have a little dinner on the porch. We will listen to some great music and have a few laughs and talk about our day and probably our babies (grand’s of course)! This is how we build fall memories!

The Menu…FALL TABLESCAPE ON THE BACK PORCH-Setting an eary fall table with autumnal colors and elements-stonegableblog.com

Here are some recipes from our dinner:

LOADED BAKED POTATO SOUP

CAESAR SALAD

APPLE CRISP IN A JAR

Now, why don’t you visit the blogs below and see what great inspiration is waiting for you!

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On Sutton Place | Preserve Pumpkins & Gourds: An Easy & Quick Method

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Savvy Southern Style | Master Bath Reveal

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Shabbyfufu | Fall Table Setting Decorating Ideas

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So Much Better With Age | French Fall Kitchen Tour

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StoneGable | Fall Table for Two

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Designthusiasm | How to Decorate With a Soft Autumn Color Palette

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You can follow me on Pinterest and see all the great things I’m pinning every day HERE!

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33 Comments

  1. Oh the textures! Yvonne, the photography is only out done by your skill at putting together the yummiest posts ever! I’d love to dine in that setting!

  2. Your fall table is so inviting. It has cooled down so much in our area that this table doesn’t seem possible. Your dishes are also beautiful.

  3. Everything that you post looks beautiful! I love white dishes and the MacKenzie Child’s dishes. The recipes sound amazing! I would love to have that lunch at your beautiful table setting!!!!! Have a great weekend!

  4. Yvonne, NOW you have DONE IT! Everyone will be shopping for a chamber pot. HA! HA!
    Did you plant directly into the pot or use another pot as a liner? Details, please.
    Never get tired of black and white or your wonderful recipes!

  5. Oh my ! just gorgeous! … and after I saw your menu, I want to come for dinner on the porch too! Your Loaded Baked Potato soup sounds heavenly – I’ll be making this one as soon as I get back from the grocery store

  6. I am a connoisseur of beautiful tablescapes, and I have never seen one of yours that was not lovely! I vote with the other reader who thinks you should do a book on setting beautiful tables. It is becoming a lost art!

    Blessings to you.

  7. Beautiful table. The weather here in N.C. has finally turned cool and today will be a lovely day for an outside supper. Now if I could only get all my chores done inside and get out and enjoy the day!

  8. Yvonne, I love this color combo. The yellow is so crisp with the blue & white. And, best of all it is so easy to replicate for those of us who need your daily infusion of style. Beautiful & charming all at once. Going to see the others.

  9. Your fall table for two is beautiful! I love the black and white with the fall colors! I never would have thought! You always have the fun dishes to make your settings extra special! Thanks for the great menu & recipes too ! Yum!!

  10. Loved seeing your fall tablescape for two…. Your tablescape posts are some of my very favorites – I not only love seeing your creative ideas, but also love looking at your beautiful dishes! Happy Fall!

  11. I love the way that you “tucked” the napkins in the pitcher containers and then added faux Fall greenery. Such a great, easy, impact on the table! Genius again 🙂

  12. What a wonderful way to make fall memories on the porch. Your tablescape looks so inviting and cozy, I love your amber colored stemmed drinking glasses . Where did you purcashe them? Have a great fall weekend????

  13. Gorgeous and cozy. Such a nice idea to have an outdoor meal with your sweetheart in the fall. I love that and think I’m going to make plans now. Pinned this inspiration. #merrymonday

  14. Your Fall table is gorgeous as your table settings always are. Makes me miss having a table/dining area so much more this time of year. Our house in KY had a wonderful dining area but none in this house.I miss our KY house all the time.
    The Fall was gorgeous in KY, cooler with very low humidity. Out where we lived in country was so gorgeous with the trees and all, such color. I enjoyed Fall so much more than other seasons. My allergies, asthma and arthritis were pretty pesty in most seasons. 100 degrees with 100% humidity in Summer were torture for this western girl. Even the natives complained of the heat/humidity.
    The price of real estate was so much more reasonable than here in western CO also. That’s why we had to buy a place with no dining area on SS. At the time our oldest son bought the place and completely redid in and outside of house, built a big front porch, boy do I miss that front porch. We had 1 1/2 acres, old trees, he built us a garage also. Ah well, that’s life. My health is much better here in western CO and our two youngest kids live close by.
    Have wonderful rest of week

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