White and shiny fall home and table decoration ideas
One of the Polyovre contests this week was creating #ThanksgivingTable decoration. I’ve made this elegant white and shiny table setting that gave me the idea to collect a couple of fall decor with these colors. 
White, gold and rose gold Thanksgiving table decoration


Details:
Kate Spade Oval China Platter, $224 // Kate Spade Polka Dot Dinnerware, $19 // Waterford Colored Napkin (Set of 4), $80 // American Atelier ‘Daphne’ Stemless Wine Glasses, $36 // Ballard Designs Colored Glassware (Set of 6), $129 // Kate Spade Rose Gold Stainless Flatware 5-piece Set, $90 // Lenox White French Perle Bird Salt Pepper Shaker, $25 // Vera Wang for Wedgwood Love Knots Napkin Rings – Set of 4, $74 // Tom Dixon Candles Set, $127 // Give Thanks Typography Wall Art, $22 // Winward Holly Berry Branch Home Decor, $10 //  Triflora Festive Branch Home Decor, $9,5

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I think this neutral but sparkling color combination can shine your home and your celebrations. 

Most
of the decorations are easy to make yet look wonderful. Use white
pumpkins or spray them with metallic paint. Collect fall leaves,
branches or nuts/acorns/chestnuts/cones – decorate with their natural
look or color them. You can also decorate with old newspapers to achieve
a lovely vintage inspired effect. 
Add candles, elegant metallic candle-holders and cutlery to your table to create a glamorous and memorable event. 
Awesome neutral fall table decor
Romantic gold rose and gold fall table decor
Glittery gold fall table decoration
Pretty neutral brown fall table decor
Pretty neutral table decoration
Lovely white pumkin and silver fall decor
Pretty rose gold decorated white pumkins
Lovely neutral and green nautral fall table decor
Easy fall candle holder decoration
Beautiful fall centerpiece with white pumpkin
Easy and simply lovely fall decoration with wood frames
Vintage paper fall mantel decor
White and silver fall mantel decor
Pretty neutral fall mantel decoration



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