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Turquoise and copper fall tablescape.
When I decided to do my Fall tablescape this year, I knew that I wanted it to be different from years past – I wanted to bring in a little color. My dining room is very neutral so I knew I needed a pop of something so that it would stand out and not blend in with everything else in the room. I decided to use turquoise and copper fall tablescape. I have a bit of turquoise in other rooms of my house and I love how copper shimmers and compliments the bright turquoise.
I already had the large square dinner plates. I picked up the beautiful peacock luncheon plates at TJ Maxx and they match my square plates perfectly. Each place setting has:
- a vintage ink well ( I have a collection)
- peacock feathers from my stash 🙂
- a framed vintage photograph of each dinner guest
- a plaster leaf that I made a couple of weeks ago
- peacock ribbon embellishment to a white napkin
I added plaster leaves and feathers to an aged wine vine branch in the center of the table.
I spray painted pumpkins with hammered copper. I just love this vintage photo of my Honey Bee!
For the chandelier I laid curly willow branches around the arms and added round peacock feather ornaments.
Copper pick-berries, branches from my yard and white plaster leaves decorate this vase on the sideboard.
It’s fun to play with different colors that may not necessarily be thought of as traditionally fall. The way tht I view it is this, color is very personal as is your own style and design choices. Definitely use what you love and makes you happy!
Hmm…I wonder who that cute little girl is 🙂
I love the blue hue of this inkwell…
Another place setting …
Aged wine vine branch as my centerpiece, complimented with plaster leaves and feathers.
I really enjoyed putting this tablescape together…thanks for letting me share it with you 🙂