Fall is my favorite time of the year and going to the cider mills and picking apples is one of my favorite activities. This year I decided to create an apple tablescape for fall inspired by my love for all things apples.
This apple tablescape is a quick and inexpensive way to decorate for fall and would be perfect for any autumn celebration!
The enamel plates match the enamel mugs on my apple cider bar. They kinda makes you feel like you are enjoying the outdoors, but without the annoying bugs to eat you alive!
I used a mixture of vintage brass candle sticks and some green glass bottles as candle holders. The brass candle sticks I found when I was out shopping at my local thrift stores. I love the look of them and always buy them when I come across them. I can usually find them for around $1 or $2 each. The green bottles are actually my olive oil bottles that I have been saving to use for this tablescape. I love the dark green color of them they really add some pretty color to this fall tablescape and my tapper candles fit perfectly in the top of them.
I surrounded the candles with some fresh foliage branches that I got from a crabapple tree in my yard. Adding natural fall touches from your yard is a great inexpensive way to dress up your fall tablescape.
These DIY chargers are probably my favorite that I have ever done. These are actually apple basket lids and I am just using them as chargers for my apple tablescape. Could there be a better way to tie the theme all together?!
I left the apple basket lids in their natural wood tone because I didn’t want them to clash with my wood table. If you want to see what they look like stained, you can see them in my Simple Rustic Fall Living Room.
The red tassel napkins I bought from the Target dollar spot this year. They were the perfect shade of red to match the apples. They even came as a pair with another towel with red apples all over it! It was like they were made for my apple tablescape!
A white pumpkin wrapped in some fall foliage on my favorite wood and marble pedestal makes a pretty fall centerpiece.
I kept the mantel simple with some ironstone pitcher and some branches from my crabapple tree
The ironstone and fresh greenery really pop against the black painted fireplace. Updating this fireplace was one of my favorite DIY projects! It was a really simple project but it made such a huge difference!
I filled the open space of the fireplace with candles and my family loves how they look all lit up in the evening! The kids practically beg for me to light all of them when we eat dinner every night. Of course their favorite part is blowing them all out before we head off to bed.
The coffee bar cart even got a few touches of fall added to it. You can check out all the essentials to build your own coffee bar cart here.
I hope my Apple tablescape for fall inspires you as you decorate your home or party for fall!