As Fall is winding down, I am hanging on for just awhile. I wanted to set a beautiful, ORGANIC table for you! There are so many beautiful, natural elements that are all around us at this time of year. I wanted to incorporate them into a table. It all started when I found this piece of burlap at CTS for $3.99!!!! Not bad for a "tablecloth"!  Another beautiful, sunny morning to take some shots!!!
 I layered the burlap, a brown woven placemat, and a STACK of dishes! I am really loving stacking my dishes in many different combinations! It is such fun to see what I can come up with.
 Before we get to the dishes, I used this wonderful, rattan pedestal bowl for my centerpiece. I surrounded the base with nuts, small pinecones, acorns, cinnamon sticks and faux acorns too.
 Into the bowl went hydrangeas from the yard, seed balls, vine balls, mini pinecones, acorn picks and leaves!!!! An abundance or natural elements!
 A small pumpkin is nestled down in there too.
 I LIKE the impefection of this seed ball: it has been around for awhile:) Just like me!!!!!:):)
 I found this FAUX deer antler circle. I have thought of another use for it so it will be used at Christmas time too.
 I gathered a chocolate brown napkin with a tan napkin in a pinecone ring.
 There is also a bark covered ball in the bowl, can you see it?
 Added some acorns and scatters to the ring
 I used my rattan covered water glasses and my stemmed glasses.

 A shadow pretty.

 Here we have the placesetting.
 I put a faux acorn at each place in the pinecone bowl. Below that is a beautiful salad dish with raised leaf and berry design. I LOOOOVE these dishes!!
 The dinner plate is from my set of everyday fall dishes. I used my fave brown, bamboo flatware. Another staple for Fall.

 An acorn pick is tucked between the dishes for a fun addition.

 The pinecone bowl.

 Salad plate.

 I also pulled out my rattan covered S and P. These somehow get used all year long.

 This pottery bowl is perfect for this RUSTIC table!
 I love the little FEET! I got this at a craft fair many years ago. I collected pottery for YEARS!
 I almost forgot to add my candles! We can't have a table without candles, can we????? These candle holders are adorned with carved leaves. And the pattern on the candle mimics the pattern of the glasses.

 I wanted to show you the detail on my chairs. It is so pretty and rustic for this setting.
 Detail of the table.
 And the back of the chair. Thanks AGAIN for coming by. I so appreciate each one of you faithful readers. I am joining these parties:
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Have fun and go visit some of these wonderful parties! We are hosting our SIL's 40th birthday dinner this coming Sat. so I will have ANOTHER table to share! Then, of course, our Thanksgiving table next week. Hope you will come back! Love to you all, Pinky


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