Setting a simple, lovely table for friends is one of my favorite things. Here are a few of my favorite pieces for dinner parties, or just for everyday, to make simple meals feel a little more special. Click through for beautiful products ideas and tips on making a fall flower arrangement.
Splatter Paint Dinnerware 1 of 10This blue splatter paint dinnerware is perfectly charming for a fall table. Pair with linen napkins and keep the rest of the table super simple. These are dishwasher safe!
$24-$40 at West Elm.
Linen Napkins 2 of 10These linen napkins will look charming set out on a table with simple ceramic dishes. They wash up easily and wear beautifully.
$16 at Horne.
Handmade Candlesticks 3 of 10Set your table with candlelight this fall. These pretty ceramic candlesticks are handmade in Portland.
$30 at Alder & Co..
Breakfast Board 4 of 10When I stayed in Germany this past summer, we ate on wooden boards for breakfast every morning. It was a lovely way to start the day. You can't go wrong with this one, handcrafted in Victoria, BC.
$175 at Herriott Grace.
Wooden Egg Cups 5 of 10What a pleasant way to eat breakfast! These wooden egg cups are handmade in Japan.
$20 at Muhs Home.
Beeswax Candles 6 of 10Beeswax has such a lovely scent to accompany meals. It's also great choice for those who prefer all natural candles.
$8.50 at Big Dipper Wax Works.
Fall Flower Arrangement 7 of 10If you like flowers on the table, try combining cranberry viburnum berries, apples, hydrangea, and dahlias for a romantic fall arrangement.
Photo & Arrangement by Chelsea Fuss.
Mud Australia Plates 8 of 10Mud Australia makes the most beautiful, modern table ware, available in an array of colors.
$36 at Horne.
Glassware 9 of 10These tumblers from Finland are so beautifully simple. These hand-blown glass pieces work great for any beverage.
$40 at Horne.
Block-Printed Table Cloth 10 of 10This block printed table cloth couldn't be more charming for fall. There are dozens of colors available, click through to see the rest!
More info at Bungalow.
All photos: Bungalow. All other photos from respective sources.
Chelsea Fuss is a blogger and prop stylist based in Portland who blogs daily at Frolic!
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