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Fall table decor with pumpkins and leaves. This is a sweet little post to inspire and give you a few ideas for your table decor for fall.

table decor for fall with pumpkins and leaves
Fall table decor ideas: brown leaves and eucalyptus branches

Almost everything for my Fall table decor comes from the park near my house.

When I go for long walks with my dog, I can’t stop myself from collecting things I’ll use for later DIY fall table decorations: chestnuts, leaves, acorns…

I must admit, many times, the fall harvest table comes with a few insects running around the table. At first, I got mad and a little embarrassed, now I’m proud of my creativity and tell everyone it is part of the process to a deeper connection with Mother Nature.

So on my fall dining table, you will find brownish leaves, nuts, chestnuts, and berries I have no way to identify.

This year I pared all this natural and elegant table decor to mini pumpkins, dried or fresh corn cobs, candles, and eucalyptus branches.

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Fall table decor ideas: linen napkins with leaves
Fall table decor with pumpkins, candles, leaves, and berries

The colors are yellowish and brown, with a few red spots and a little green from the eucalyptus.

I laid everything on the table, it looks prettier: wild and natural.

The final touch is my adored collection of vintage fine china, glasses from Tuscany, and flea market cutlery.

Enjoy making your own Fall table!

Claudia

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