White still plays a big part in my vignettes and tablescapes for fall. But my tables often show my tendency to mix the brightest white with the darkest browns of autumn that I enjoy so much.
Since white is a neutral, it can follow whatever colors and natural elements the season has to offer. For fall I like to add dried flowers and foliage.
I tend to use my brown transferware the most in fall. But I often use plain white napkins on tablescapes in all seasons, and autumn is no exception.
The mix of light and dark can make for a table as crisp as that of summer. This combination of china was set on a plaid blanket for a dramatic backdrop with all the crystal and silver. Whether in daylight or evening, I love the mood of fall tables in deep browns and white. . . .
I'm enjoying the moody autumn tones.
I hope you're getting a good dose of your own fall colors!
Ciao! for now!
Join me at
Show & Tell
Home Sweet Home