Saturday, November 23, 2013

Thanksgiving Tablescape

Thanksgiving is almost here! Today  I'm sharing ideas on how to make a beautiful nature inspired tablescape! Using a Rosemary tree for your centerpiece is a great way to keep it simple and it smelling wonderful!




I love my back yard! Spray branches and pine cones with fake snow for  a natural look and place them in a floor vase! 



                       I used two runners! Don't be afraid to layer! It adds a lot of interest and color!


I love my chevron runner! Burlap is always beautiful in a natural setting! 


I painted the pumpkins I already had in soft mint and grey.




Add pine cones and green branches for color. 
Mirrors are great to use for the centerpiece! It gives dimension and character!



Place setting 
I simply wrapped my cutlery in beige napkins keeping the natural feel with assorted nuts and cranberries!




To bring more silver to the table I used silver chargers with a little design on the outer edge!



Brighten up your mirror with a grapevine wreath!


All we need now is the turkey and the trimmings! I hope you all have a wonderful thanksgiving! We have much to be thankful for!




Thank you for stopping by!  Happy thanksgiving!





6 comments:

  1. Absolutely beautiful! Love how you pieced it all together. The nuts next to the silverware is a fun touch!

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  2. So pretty. I love that you've decorated but guests can still see one another. That's probably my biggest pet peeve about tables that are gorgeously laid out, the hostess forgets that guests might actually want to see one another while dining. Your room is gorgeous and I am so jealous over your chairs!!!

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    1. Thank you Allison! I love these chairs! I found them in T J Maxx! $60 each! I love that place!

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  3. This is SO beautiful! I love all of the natural elements you used, and there are so many great textures as well! I'm excited to be featuring it at Get Your DIY On tonight! Thanks for linking up!

    ~Abby =)

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    1. Thank you Abby and thank you for the feature! I love to put different textures together. My favorite thing to do is to find plain colored pieces with a pattern or texture on them! It adds so much interest! Have a great week! x

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