Tablescapes, Transitioning to November

After all the black and orange and crazy kookie Halloween, I like to switch to neutrals and take a visual break before the Christmas madness~

fall transitions

Autumn golds, silver and cream, with a lot of pattern to keep things interesting

pumpkin centerpiece

I will hold on to my pumpkins as long as I can, and use them over and over through the holiday season

silver and gold fall table

This is similar to the Pumpkin Patch table here, toned down a bit with grays and yellows

November transitions

The centerpiece is full of many textures, shiny silver, burlap, metal and straw

November table

Tiger striped pumpkins, dried rose petals and oranges

rose petals



on patterns


with patterns…chevron, geometric, polka dots and animal prints

gray and gold table

The gold candles hint at the holiday season


A lovely way to catch your breath and enjoy the days to come!

November pumpkins

Thanks so much for your visit today, I am so thankful for you!


mini chevron bowls/Target

gold patterned candles/Hobby Lobby

gray and yellow patterned plates/Hobby Lobby last year

mercury glass pumpkin/Pottery Barn

leopard print balloon glasses/JMdesigns

Burlap pumpkin tutorial here

Painted chargers tutorial here


I will be sharing with the fabulous parties and blogs on my side bar and:

Between Naps on the Porch

Posed Perfection

The Scoop

The Style Sisters


23 Responses to “Tablescapes, Transitioning to November”
  1. Mary says:

    Jenna, I love your fearlessness in mixing patterns and textures at the table! The soft palette of color is so soothing with your harvest of tableware and linens. I popped in HomeGoods and a few other places yesterday and was overwhelmed with the Christmas madness 🙂

  2. Lynn says:

    Happy November Jenna! I’m still lovin’ the little white and orange pumpkins:@)

  3. lulu says:

    I’m crazy for yellow and gray. How lucky for you to have those tones and complement them with the pumpkins that have the just right colors. I bet that was accidental, huhn?

  4. Love this table!! Wonderful mix of patterns and textures!

  5. Such an attractive table with your special flair. Love the colors and textures and serene feel.

  6. chrisscheuer says:

    Such a fun and November-ish tablescape. I love it!

  7. Karen says:

    You’ve shown it is very easy to transition from Halloween to the month of November and all its lovely fall colors.

  8. Bev says:

    Lovely…I admired this china pattern recently in Hobby Lobby, and you have used it beautifully.

  9. Rosie M. says:

    Love, love, love this table! It is such a calming sight amidst the bright colors of the season. You’ve accomplished exactly what you set out to do. Bravo!!! Rosie @ The Magic Hutch

  10. susie says:

    I love the softness of this color palette the gray and yellow are so calming after all the bright colors of Halloween and Fall tables. I saw these plates at Hobby Lobby but they only had one left of them and I didn’t want to build a table with only one. I wish I could have found more maybe I could have created a table as beautiful as this one.Susie

  11. Jenna, I love the soft touch in color and tone you gave your tablescape. I’m amazed at how you mixed the different patterns and added so much texture to your table. 🙂

    Thanks so much for linking up your tablescape with us at Project Inspire{d}! Can wait to see what you bring to the party next week!

  12. Kim says:

    Jenna, I love the patterns you have here. The colors are versatile and useful for so many seasons, aren’t they? I noticed your wine-cork stemmed pumpkin – so cute! I guess I missed that tutorial? I’m here to catch up on posts after spending time with my mom after her hip replacement surgery. It takes a while to get things back to a normal schedule – you know how it is…

  13. Marty@A Stroll Thru Life says:

    Your tablescape is gorgeous. I love the grey and yellow, absolutely stunning. Thanks tons for linking to Inspire Me.

  14. Anonymous says:

    so simple and yet so different…beautiful

  15. Anonymous says:

    so simple yet so beautiful

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