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Farmer’s Market Fall Tablescapes

It’s harvest season and that means the local farmer’s market is full to the brim with fresh produce!  And, soon there will be pumpkins too!  Lately I’ve been so inspired by beautiful tablescapes created with  farmer’s market produce.  If you don’t live in an area with a farmer’s market, a grocery store has everything you need too!  It’s often inexpensive and a fun way to set a natural table for any occasion!


This apple and seeded eucalyptus tablescape by Julie Blanner is stunning!

Farmer's Market Tablescapes - Apple - Julie Blanner


Love this pretty fall tablescape by Jennifer of Dear Lillie.

Farmer's Market Tablescapes - Dear Lillie - Fall Table


And, how about this pretty satsuma mandarin orange tablescape by Annabode + Co.

Farmer's Market Tablescapes - Annabode + Co. - Citrus Tablescape


Lemons have been hot in home decor this summer – well at least on Instagram!!  And, this was my favorite lemon tablescape by Liz Marie of Liz Marie Blog.

Farmer's Market Tablescapes - Liz Marie Blog - Lemon Table



How adorable is this mini pumpkin place card by Celebrating Everyday Life with Jennifer Carroll!

Farmer's Market Tablescapes - Jennifer Carroll - Pumpkin Place card


Karin Lidbeck is an artist!  If you want to be inspired, her website is a must!  She styles for some of our favorite home decor magazines and has an amazing portfolio of design work.  This radish centerpiece is to die for!

Farmer's Market Tablescapes - Karin Lidbeck - Radish Centerpiece


My blog friend Julia from Cuckoo for Design hits it out of the park with this fall tablescape!

Farmer's Market Tablescapes - Cuckoo for Design - Fall Table

Cabbage & Kale

Wow – I love this natural centerpiece using cabbage, kale, pumpkins, and gourds!  This is another design by Karin Lidbeck for The Daily Basics.

Farmer's Market Tablescapes -The Daily Basics - Cabbage


This one I recognized as soon as I saw it!  It’s from an old issue of Southern Living magazine.  Before the days of Pinterest, I ripped pages from my favorite magazines for inspiration and this was one that found it’s way into my home decor binder!  I did replicate this look one Thanksgiving, but it was before my blogging days!  The indian corn centerpiece is easy to make and a natural statement piece!  Also notice the nuts in the wooden bowls with a pillar candle in the center!  Love this classic look!

Farmer's Market Tablescapes - Indian Corn Centerpiece


So, I had to include one of my own here!  I have used spray painted gold and silver metallic walnuts often in my decor and I used gold ones in this cornucopia tablescape from a few years ago!

Farmer's Market Tablescapes - Hymns and Verses - Gold Walnuts


Yvonne from Stone Gable Blog, sets the prettiest tables!  This hydrangea and artichoke tablescape goes waaaaay back into her blog archives from 2010!  But, don’t you think the style is “on point” for 2017!

Farmer's Market Tablescapes - Stone Gable - Artichoke

Are you inspired?  I hope so!  You know that I love to decorate with natural elements and these images have truly inspired me!  My mind is spinning thinking of how I will set my fall table this year!

Fall Farmers Market Tablescapes


Here’s another tablescape of mine using apples!  


Apple Harvest Tablescape for Fall - Hymns and Verses

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Tuesday 8th of August 2017

So amazing! I am almost 70 years old and can't wait to make a fall table using vegetables. Thank you for inspiring me!

Lee Durden

Wednesday 2nd of August 2017

Love ALL the fall tablescapes! My garden has several of these items coming along. Forget eating them!! Can't wait for time to display. Thanks so much


Wednesday 2nd of August 2017

Those are all beautiful. I really like yours using the apple in a pewter cup. Thank you for sharing.