Set Your Fall Table 3 New Ways

We'll walk you through how to dress your fall table — step by step — just in time for holiday guests.

Photo By: Stuart Jones Media

Photo By: Stuart Jones Media

Photo By: Stuart Jones Media

Photo By: Stuart Jones Media

Photo By: Stuart Jones Media

Photo By: Stuart Jones Media

Photo By: Stuart Jones Media

Photo By: Stuart Jones Media

Photo By: Stuart Jones Media

Photo By: Stuart Jones Media

Photo By: Stuart Jones Media

Photo By: Stuart Jones Media

Look No. 1: Preppy Plaids

Sub in a fun, patterned blanket scarf as your seasonal table runner.

Look No. 1: Preppy Plaids

When choosing linens, pair small plaid patterns with larger ones for modern pattern play.

Look No. 1: Preppy Plaids

Go bold with your flatware, and don't be afraid to choose fun colors and finishes.

Look No. 1: Preppy Plaids

Add found botanicals for a look that feels simple yet perfectly polished.

Look No. 2: Modern Mixed Metals

Pull in colorful global patterns and bold, gray neutrals for a balanced design.

Look No. 2: Modern Mixed Metals

Choose fun place cards that double as favors, like these stylish velvet pumpkins.

Look No. 2: Modern Mixed Metals

Mix copper and gold for a curated and collected look.

Look No. 2: Modern Mixed Metals

Add a splash of color to the center with a bounty of fall's best fruit and vegetables.

Look No. 3: Farmhouse Chic

Start with a textural base. These neutral jute chargers are perfect for a simple yet elegant look that can last all year-round.

Look No. 3: Farmhouse Chic

Add heirloom style with stoneware in your favorite hue.

Look No. 3: Farmhouse Chic

Top each table setting with a festive bow, using a crisp, linen napkin.

Look No. 3: Farmhouse Chic

Finish off the look with a seasonal thistle wreath that doubles as a centerpiece.