Fall Farmhouse Tablescape + My Design Awakening•
Posted on November 16 2018
Illuminating in bright orange, this setting came alive. I wanted the table setting to feel comfortable, elegant and natural. Accenting with gorgeous orange glasses I picked up at a local thrift store, the table elements played so well off of the fall foliage that hung above.
Most of the candle sticks and accents were from World Market and I think they added the esthetic feel of the entire setting. My blue/gray ironstone plates added an extra layer of detail and design.
My favorite part of this entire look comes from another of my thrift store finds. Just two days before this shoot took place, I stumbled across an entire box of vintage silver silverware. BUT what made my heart the fullest was when I looked closer at one of the sets, there was a gorgeous scrolled ‘E’ on the tip of the pieces. With the last name of “Eliot”, I felt it was fate that this entire set belonged in this shoot and my collection. It’s one of my most treasured collections now.
I also titled this blog post, “My Design Awakening” because of this. I enjoy design. What I realized while putting this shoot together is that I crave to design. Whether that be gorgeous tablescapes like so, digital design or interior design… I love it all.
I love creating beautiful content like this blog post. I’m not sure where this will lead me but recognizing what sets my heart on fire is just the start of something beautiful.
I challenge you to set intentional time apart to create and let your imagination wonder this season. With the hustle and bustle of everything around the corner, I truly believe that we have to be intentional on where we’re spending our time and most importantly… that it’s life giving. This shoot was exactly that for my soul.
I hope you were inspired from this creative shoot as much as I was. I love creating and designing spaces like this. This is just the beginning and I’m so thrilled to share it all with you guys.
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