Happy November! Today I’m sharing a warm and cozy Thanksgiving table using the rich colors of fall. And I’m joining some blogging friends who are also sharing their tables as well. If you are landing here from Martha at Simple Cozy Charm, I’m so happy you’re here!
Hi all and welcome to another round of Styled + Set! This holiday entertaining series is hosted by the talented Lory of Designthusiasm, and features 26 bloggers over four days for lots of Thanksgiving table inspiration! If you’ve come from my friend Courtney at French Country Cottage, welcome! I’m so glad to have you here!
Hi everyone and welcome to our Fall Blog Hop. If you’re coming here from Mysha at Remington Avenue, thank you so much and I’m glad to have you here! Today I’m part of a hop that has 15 bloggers sharing fall decor and inspiration with you!
Neutral Fall Tablescape SourcesPheasant Plates: Victorian English Pottery from Home Goods White dinner plate: Le Grand Buffet by Sabatier (old) White charger: Athena by American Atelier (old) Silverware: Villeroy & Boch Linen runner and napkins: Williams SonomaWhite tablecloth: World MarketLive pumpkins and eucalyptus: super market/pumpkin patch Dried hydrangeas from my garden
Shop the Look!(*Please note some affiliate links have been used for your convenience.)I will be doing two more guest posts over at A Blissful Nest over the holiday season. Hope to see you over there next month! Sheila xo
The other day I realized I had been so busy all summer that I hadn’t done a tablescape since July 4th! I do usually like to toy around with tablescape ideas at least a couple of times a month. Not only for fun, but also so that when we entertain I have something prepared beforehand. I adore doing them; it’s kind of a fun, creative outlet for me.
I wanted to do something different for Thanksgiving this year, so I’ve been playing around with tablescapes this week to see what I could come up with. I really loved the neutral one I did a few weeks ago (see post here), but I wanted to use my turkey plates, so I needed to do something with a little more color. The plates have browns, cream, rust, and greens so I concentrated on the browns and greens and went from there.