Oh how I love the change of seasons. And Autumn is certainly a favorite! I recently discovered a lovely new pattern from Juliska… “ Forest Walk “. This new pattern is perfect for autumn entertaining . The foliage, the berries and the feathers give a perfect theme for designing an autumn tablescape.
I have a set of these twig placemats and they are always a good choice for a woodsy fall table. I often also use moss on the table , in combination with the twig placemats.
A beautiful wooden table makes a lovely background for woven mats , especially combined with pewter.
Another of my favorite patterns for autumn is Gien’s “Rambouillet” pattern! This lovely pattern showcases a number of woodland animals, as well as dogs.
We can’t forget the doggies…!
I particularly like these foliage presentation plates.
And this exquisite covered casserole could be used for serving or as a centerpiece.
This pattern is most beautiful when combined with a variety of textures…pewter, woven mats, autumn colored linens.
A tortoiseshell flatware pattern would certainly add to your autumn tablescape with either of these patterns.
And you could finish it off with William Yeoward’s Fanny Amber stemware!
Or better still, perhaps some vintage amber stemware!
How will your table celebrate the brilliance of autumn?!
Leah and I are off to the Washington Design Center next week to do a book and tabletop presentation at the Kravet/Lee Jofa/Brunschwig showroom.
If you are in the DC area, please join us there on Thursday at 11:00 am. You may call the showroom at 202-479-0144 to make your reservation!