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Fall Gold Mod Table with Chilewich PlacematsGold Table Accents on a Fall Mod Gold Table

Fall fashion is all about rich golds, so what better way to transition into the season than to create a table that is just that. I absolutely love how these gold Chilewich placemats set the tone and give a retro-feel to this fall mod gold table setting. To keep the look cool not tacky, it was important to keep the number of colors to a minimum {ie. stick with primarily gold and neutrals}. I paired back to simple white dinner plates and napkins and used my L’Objet Gold Triple Napkin Rings. As for my ‘flowers’, how great are these rectangular vases filled with wheatgrass? Minimal and sleek, not to mention, idiot-proof when it comes to arranging.

Homemade Menu Cards DIY idea Riedel Glassware and Wheatgrass Centerpieces compliment the Fall Gold Mod Table designFashionable Hostess Gold Table setting for a Fall Gold Mod Table lookWheat Grass Centerpieces create a nice low look for a bright Fall Mod Gold Table setting look

Since the wheatgrass centerpiece arrangements were so low, I wanted to bring in one more element to be the focal point when guests arrived. I decided on my Lapinu Tribal Necklace from Dakorum.com and placed it at the head of the table on the back end so it would catch everyone’s eye but wouldn’t obstruct eye contact across the table when eating. Lastly, I added two more details worth noting that I love for Fall. 1. Cute bread plates with mini butter knives at each place setting which are perfect for hot dinner rolls. And, 2. DIY menu cards which I printed at home on card stock so guests felt like dinner was a real treat! Loving these bold hues? Stay tuned for Friday’s post where I share the perfect wine compliment for your Fall meal!

Lapinu Tribal Necklace by Dakorum.com is the pefect focal point for a Fall Mod Gold Table

At each place setting I put a Chilewich Mod Placemat, Kim Seybert Napkin, and L'Objet Napkin RingShop the post:

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