Setting your fall table in farmhouse style

Setting your fall table in farmhouse style

The leaves are falling and the weather is finally turning. Thanksgiving is only weeks away and it's never too early to get inspired to set the table. How about low fuss options, for a farmhouse Thanksgiving table that will be sure to wow your guests and keep your head in the cooking game?

First, consider some disposable "linens" like these paper Pumpkin Placemats and Paper table runner like this Green Oak Leaf

Napkins can be simple yet festive, like our Harvest Flour Sack Napkins. Each in the set of 4 have a printed foraged item like sweet gum, helicopter maple, acorn and starburst. I would head outside and see if you can find these in your yard or on walk in the woods to use in other elements of your tablescape. Spread them around once the table is set with some real leaves for a natural feel. 

When it comes to dinnerware, current generations don't generally register for china but there are some beautiful everyday options that can be used for all occasions. Like our Friso collection. Friso is made in Portugal of beautiful stoneware that is dishwasher, microwave, oven and freezer safe. Choose from white or gray and a number of fabulous serving pieces as well. 

This Friso Baker can go right from the oven to your table and come sin 3 sizes. Cook up a squash souffle or sweet potato or green been casseroles with ease. An apple crisp would be divine as well. 

To continue with this natural feel of your table, consider wood cutting boards for bread and add some more natural elements with small gourds and pumpkins. Your options are endless but no need to overthink the details. The food and company is why they're coming after all.  

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3 comments
  • Love those ceramic or porcelain bakers. They can go right from the oven to the table on a trivet. The ones I bought from Purple Rose, several years ago, came with their own trivet. [Casa Stone by Catarina: Madeira Harvest design] Stoneware bakers are so easy to clean. Here’s how I do it, with minimal elbow grease. This works especially well for baked on lasagna or apple crisp:
    • boil a full kettle of water.
    • scrape out all loose food and sauce.
    • wash lightly with hot water and dish soap to clean off oil, grease, etc.
    • sprinkle the dish with several tablespoons of baking soda.
    • pour in the entire kettle of boiling water.
    • boil and add more water if entire baked-on area not covered.
    • allow to soak for several hours or overnight. Remember – trying to avoid hard work
    • use your preferred scrubber sponge, Brillo pad, Dobie sponge to wipe out the baked on food/sauce. It should be a breeze to remove at this point. The dish will not be damaged by these scrubbers.
    • EASY-PEAZY!

    Claude on
  • If you are foraging in nature for decorating items, please avoid bringing bittersweet onto your property. It’s lovely red berries with bright yellow papery wrappings look so attractive. One tends to throw out dried leaves and decor outside when we shake out the tablecloth after clearing the feast. Bittersweet is a fast growing, virelent parasitic plant. It strangles its host plant, twisting around every branch and twig. Its roots spread far and wide underground. It is very hard to eradicate. Don’t fall prey to its wiley ways! Choose winterberry or holly berries for that touch of red instead! Happy holidays!

    Claude on
  • If you are foraging in nature for decorating items, please avoid bringing bittersweet onto your property. It’s lovely red berries with bright yellow papery wrappings look so attractive. One tends to throw out dried leaves and decor outside when we shake out the tablecloth after clearing the feast. Bittersweet is a fast growing, virelent parasitic plant. It strangles its host plant, twisting around every branch and twig. Its roots spread far and wide underground. It is very hard to eradicate. Don’t fall prey to its wiley ways! Choose winterberry or holly berries for that touch of red instead! Happy holidays!

    Claude on

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