Hello friends, and welcome to another edition of Styled + Set, the wonderful entertaining blog tour hosted by my friend Lory of Designthusiasm. I absolutely love doing this tour as there are so many talented bloggers, and I always get lots of inspiration from the gorgeous tables they all share! I’m sure if you’re coming here from Yvonne at Stonegable, you’ve already seen some gorgeous inspo. Yvonne’s tables are always stunning, and this year’s is no exception!
Hi friends! Today I’m excited to be joining the Project Design group, hosted by Classic Casual Home, Most Lovely Things, and Rough Luxe Lifestyle. When they asked me if I wanted to join in this month and the topic was fall doors and tablescapes, well, you know how I love a good tablescape – I couldn’t say no!
Happy New Year! I hope you all enjoyed the holidays, and I also hope you’ve had a chance to do some relaxing and unwinding after the busyness of the season.
As each year comes to a close, I usually take this last week to relax and recharge. And also, to take stock. One of the things I like most about blogging is the fact that everything is documented; it’s fun to go back and look at what I was doing, interested in, and talking about during the different points of the year. And, I love seeing how each post has done. It’s sometimes surprising to see what post did the best, and what people responded to the most (and those two are not necessarily the same!)
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!
I decided that pinecones is the new pumpkin! At least for me:) Here an antique French urn is filled with pinecones and seeded eucalyptus.
I like the emphasis on green as I think it works for both holidays, so I added two preserved topiaries and elevated them on a stack of green books. A couple of little silver birds and a tiny green tray on top of the books adds interest.