Ready to embrace the fall season? See how these homeowners decorated for fall with centerpieces, using seasonal fruits and vegetables, and other fall foliage. These fall colors add a welcoming touch for the entire season, and can last through Thanksgiving day for your table decorating needs.
|This dining table arrangement is nice and low so |
guests can still see each other! So often people
put a huge arrangement on the table that they end up
moving while they dine, that's silly, it defeats the purpose!
|For a casual low height Thanksgiving centerpiece, consider cut branches or colorful maple leaves.|
You can lay them on their side, to keep them below eye level for Thanksgiving dinner.
|Think asymmetrical or unconventional! This fall centerpiece could be |
placed on a hearth, or in the corner of the room. It would be a nice touch
in November. It could be a nice touch on the buffet on Thanksgiving day!
|For a nature inspired fall centerpiece or table scape, use eggplants, watermelon,|
and fresh cut hydrangeas. The hydrangeas turn a reddish purple during fall.
This table scape incorporated rustic wood with clear glass.