Autumn is my favorite time of year. Growing up in Pennsylvania I have such great memories of apple and pumpkin picking, and walking to school gathering leaves of scarlet, copper, bronze and gold. Sadly in Arizona we don't enjoy such Fall delights. Nevertheless, I can pretend by filling my home with pumpkins, gourds and other signs of the harvest!
Herewith, my Autumnal tablescape...
Remember I found these wooden chargers at Goodwill a few weeks ago? I knew I'd be using them a lot! The dinner plate is a deep brown with a black border made by Arabia of Finland. The little fruit bowl is Wedgwood Old Chelsea and features a crane sitting on a branch.
I found this wonderful casserole dish recently thrifting. It is Royal Worcester and the pattern is Evesham one of their most popular designs.
For the table runner I've used a pashmina that I purchased a couple of years ago in India
I wanted to incorporate lots of wood so I nestled my pumpkins into vintage dough bowls.
These two little carved ladies are from Switzerland. Aren't they adorable? Goodwill finds!
My brother gave me this little lad when he returned from a stint in Germany. I love his knapsack!
Now for the sideboard!
So even though it's still over 100 degrees outside Fall is in the air inside!