Coastal Fall Tablescape Ideas



It’s hard to believe that fall is here. I truly have enjoyed my summer and a bit sad its gone. But to keep the summer alive I create a coastal fall tablescape to still remind me a little of summer too.

Ideas for Coastal Table


Step 1

I started with a white tablecloth and added some bright floral napkins with oranges, reds and greens.


Step 2:

Add pine-cones and oyster painted gold pretty much placed down the middle of the table.


Step 3:

I love candle light dinners so I added too some mini glass candle holders to bring warmth to the table.


Step 4:

Gold is an amazing color for the holidays and  I used my Lenox china which has a gold rim around the plates. I love how it goes with the gold oysters and pinecones.


Hope you have enjoyed my tablescape. Don’t forget to stop by the blog hop and check out the stylish tablescapes you will love how gorgeous they all are.



Home Is Where The Boat Is / A Casa di Bianca/ Living With Thanksgiving | Everyday Living


Corner of Plaid and Paisley / Belle bleu Interiors /
My French Twist / The Painted Hinge


Debbee’s Buzz / Red Cottage Chronicles/
  Panoply / Celebrate & Decorate


Life and Linda  | The Painted Apron
Me and My Captain |Our Crafty Mom


Simple Nature Decor | Bluesky at Home
Sweet Sensations | Follow The Yellow Brick Home


  • Rita C at Panoply

    Maria, you live up to your blog’s name with your simple, nature decor tablescape. I love the punch of color you added with those wonderful napkins. Using the oyster shells for salt & pepper cellars is a great idea. Lovely.

  • [email protected]

    Maria, I love your soft colors, The gold pinecones bring in just the right amount of metallic to play off your china. I have the same pattern. I love it too because it goes with everything. Thanks too for the step by step. So pretty.

  • Linda

    Simplicity at it’s best. Maria, your table is lovely. Using natural elements is always fun and affordable. Love the use of oysters for salt and pepper, very creative.

  • Jenna

    Elegant in simplicity, your table is a lovely nod to the season with pinecones, and the oyster shells are beautiful! The pop of color the napkins provide is just the right touch!

  • Ann Krucek

    Your table has a beautiful ease about it, the gold on the oyster shells gives it a touch of elegance as well.
    Love the salt and pepper and of cours, the paisley napkins you chose. Thanks for joining us in the hop??

  • Mary

    Love the simplicity of your table! The oyster shells and pine cones add a wonderful organic touch!

  • Bonnie Morgan

    I love the oysters painted gold. With your gold rimmed china and the pretty colors in the napkins fall is in the air.
    You have styled elegance and natural elements together very well.

  • Amber

    So lovely and creative! I love your touches of and the napkins are just perfect for adding a touch of early fall. So happy to join this hop with you. Have a beautiful fall!

  • Kari Rogers-Miller

    Maria, your table is so pretty and I love the pinecones and the use of the oyster shells. Genius, I don’t think I would have thought of that. Paisley napkins are a fave of mine and they are the perfect accent to your table. I love the juxtaposition of your beautiful tablescape. rustic and refined. It has been a joy blog hopping with you.
    [email protected]

  • Michelle @ The Painted Hinge

    I love the elegant simplicity of your tablescape! The gold oyster shells and pine cones are the perfect mix of “surf and turf.” So happy to be on this hop with you!

  • [email protected] Bleu Interiors

    What a beautiful and elegant coastal table! The pretty floral napkins add such a lovely pop of fall color to your table! I hope that you have a wonderful week!!!

    • Maria Brittis

      Thanks so much! Well getting ready for Hurricane Florence. I am on the coast of South Carolina, hopefully I don’t have to evacuate yet.

  • Pam Richardson

    Maria, your setting is simply elegant! The gold touches mixed with with the natural elements are a perfect transition into autumn. The colors of the napkins welcome fall to your table!

  • Mary

    What a lovely combination of the pinecones and the oyster shells. I never would have thought to put them together like that and it is really a nice combination.

  • Sandra L Garth

    The napkins add just enough color to bring in the fall vibe. Pairing oysters and pinecones is so unique and so true to your style. It was a fun hop and I’m looking forward to the next one.

  • Julie Briones

    Lovely, Maria… I especially like the salt and pepper in the shells, pretty and unique! 😉 Pinned to two boards!

  • Michelle James

    Maria, I really love how you incorporated the oyster shells and went with a coastal theme for fall. It’s just lovely! I have been thinking of you and hope you are safe with the Hurricane!

  • Maureen

    I am loving the elegant simplicity of your tablescape. Using the oysters to hold the salt and pepper is a brilliant idea. The site of pine cones always remind me of autumn and they are the perfect touch. I have a bit of an obsession with pretty napkins and yours are gorgeous!

  • Janet

    I just love what you do Maria…simple is often the BEST!

  • Barbara Chapman ~ French Ethereal

    Your tablesetting for fall is simple and beautiful, Maria! How fun that you used those oyster shells (?) along with the pinecones!! Nature brings us amazing decor, doesn’t it? 🙂

    Happy almost fall,
    Barb 🙂

  • Sandra Sallin- Apart From My Art

    What a creative idea. Love the oysters and pinecones. Simple, elegant and very effective.

  • Lori Jo

    I just love this! What a fresh, clean feel, and refreshing design to mix shells with pinecones, and neutral place settings. Simply lovely 😀 <3 —

    Lori Jo – 50 With Flair —

  • Sam - Raggedy Bits

    What a beautiful creative tablescape! Love your salt and pepper vessels too! Such a great idea!

  • Wendy Robbins

    I am in love with your minimalist, serene tablescape! Sometimes I think less is more, and you prove this with the simple pinecones and shells. And how clever to use shells for salt and pepper! It is just elogquent yet simple, and I loved it!

    • Maria Brittis

      Thanks Wendy! I appreciate that you see how less is more for sure. its also less on your pocket book too!

Leave a Comment