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As soon as I saw this modern squirrel statue, I knew he had to be the jumping off point for my table. He was just too cute to pass up and I love that he's an outdoor accessory that I can use elsewhere on the patio or tucked in a flowerbed long after this tablescape is gone.
He's holding a darling little scooped out acorn, perfect for a votive candle or filling with treats like I did with the peanuts... it was a toss up between those and candy corn!
For the centerpiece, I used a simple glass jar filled with roadside sunflowers and pretty filler
Small pumpkins are corralled and piled on a galvanized metal tray. I almost picked up a simple galvanized tray, then my sister spotted this one with the cool geometric cut out pattern on the sides, and the copper trim makes it even more special. Not shown are the chunky rope handles that add even more texture and interest. I couldn't find a link to this one online, but there are several different sizes and they should be available in store.
As a base layer for the table, I started by spreading out a plaid scarf for a runner, then layered this pretty burlap braid table runner on top of it.
I mixed in some of my favorite black and white patterns on the place setting, and although there's a lot of pattern and color going on, I think it all relates well together. Fall is all about piling on the cozy plaids and patterns!
I've said before and I'll say it again, I LOVE mixing metals in the Fall. I've put together the dark pewter/copper on the tray, used silver flatware, and pulled in copper mugs instead of regular glasses.
Although I didn't use too many of these traditional "Fall" colors of orange, yellow, and brown inside the house very much this year, I sure and enjoying them out on the patio!