Across the world, one of the most popular year-round color schemes for designers and decorators is blue and white. Adapt this color for your fall tablescape by introducing accents of brown with wooden vessels, candle holders or chargers.
For an unexpected touch this fall, try a coastal approach to autumnal decor. Stick with different shades of blue and white, then add depth to the overall look with chargers, napkins or placemats made of beachy materials such as woven seagrass.
While not a fussy affair, this is a bridal shower — think white, white, white and a touch of "something blue" when it comes to your decorations. If you don't own white plates and linens, consider renting some for the event; rentals are surprisingly affordable. On the table, opt for stems of full-blossomed flowers like hydrangea, roses or peonies tucked into individual vases for a centerpiece that doubles as favors for the guests. Delicate ribbon details give the table its finishing feminine touches.
This formal dining room table setting incorporates a heavy linen tablecloth, several china dishes, crystal goblets and a full bouquet of flowers as a centerpiece. An ornate chandelier and fancy blue dining chairs add to the elegance of the space.
For this sophisticated beach house, a blue-and-white palette complements its oceanfront setting, while contemporary details like the armchair's print and sculptural end tables have a decidedly modern feel.
Subtly colored place settings on this dining room table allow room for colorful accessories to pop, such as the red and green floral centerpiece, green pears and blue vases on the adjacent buffet table.
This soft, blue-gray dining room pairs together modern style with traditional elements, giving the space an eclectic feel. An animal hide area rug sits underneath a classic rectangular table, while blue and white place settings give the room a fresh look.
A modern take on floral wallpaper is paired with robin's egg blue trimwork for a stunning and eclectic dining room setting. Ikat chairs sit around a traditional wooden table, while a trellis-patterned area rug grounds the space.
A dining table doubles as a space for game play or mealtime in this large family game room. Blue-and-white patterned chairs at the table ends complement the place settings and establish a coastal feel in the space, while slipcovers on the remaining chairs make for easy cleanup.