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Feathery Fall Tablescape

Okay, perhaps I am rushing things here, but I do love Fall and styling my home for the season.  I spotted these lovely salad plates at Pier One and knew they would make a pretty feathery Fall tablescape.  I wanted to share this now just in case you want to stop by and pick up these beautiful plates before they are all gone.  These would set a beautiful Thanksgiving table.

feathery fall tablescape

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Feather decorated salad plates for a Thanksgiving tablescape

The feathers on the salad plates had all kinds of muted colors, browns, purples, oranges, grays, blues and yellows.  Those blues coordinated beautifully with my turquoise dinner plates.  You would never guess the dinner plates set a coral themed tablescape.  Fall Feather themed tablescapeI used three faux pumpkins, two in shades of blue and the ivory one (which somehow looks yellow in my photos) .  I cut up pictures of feathers from a Marshall’s shopping bag and glued them onto the ivory colored pumpkin to carry through the theme.

Dining table with a blue base blends perfectly with this Fall tablescape featuring blue pumpkins.

The blues in these plates were perfect for my new dining table with the blue base on it.  They even work well with the floral chairs.

Fall Feather Tablescape perfect for Thanksgiving

I fell back into using these rustic wooden handled flatware, they are perfect for partnering with this tablescape.

A blue pumpkin and pheasant feathers whisper that Fall is coming. They will be decorating a Fall table.I love all of the wonderful colored pumpkins you can get now.  These are artificial ones, but I look forward to scouring the farmer’s markets for unusual colors of pumpkins.  I loved the green ones I found and featured in my Thanksgiving table in green and white last year.Fall Feather Centerpiece with colorful pumpkinsThe centerpiece was three grapevine wreaths overlapping each other and acting as nests for the pumpkins.  Pheasant feathers were tucked under the wreaths and extended out on the table.  A few other feathers were tucked around the pumpkins.  Fall Feather Inspired Tablescape

Fall Feathery Tablescape

 

Shop This Tablescape:

Chargers – Walmart
Crystal Stemware – Marquis by Waterford – Amazon
Linen Napkins – Macy’s
Dinner Plates – Home Goods
Salad Plates – Pier One 
Blue Pumpkins  – Michael’s
Grapevine Wreaths – Michael’s 
Burnt Umber Goblets – Home Goods
Flatware – Ikea from Amazon

I will be sharing this at the following link parties:  The Scoop | Show and Share | Brag About it Link Party  | Tablescape Thursday |Dishing it and Digging It | Make It Pretty Monday  |Brag About It | Waste Not Wednesday  | Home Sweet Home |Sweet Inspiration | TaDa! Thursdays

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Chloe is the creator of Celebrate & Decorate. Chloe is passionate about having a comfortable and well designed home - she also loves to entertain family and friends. Learn more about Chloe. Follow Chloe: Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Google+, YouTube

24 Comments

  1. I love everything about this tablescape! Terrific colour scheme, lovely plates and stemware and the centerpiece is so perfect for the overall theme. Can’t believe you cut out feather designs from a bag – that’s being creative and it looks wonderful!

  2. I’ve admired those feather plates at Pier 1 and they look wonderful for a fall transition with your blue dining table! How great is your pumpkin?! I love that your feathers were modpodged to your pumpkin from your shopping bag. Happy Labor Day!

  3. I love that blue dinner plate under the feathered salad plate and what a great centerpiece arrangement too! Those pheasant feathers are very dramatic and the pumpkins picked up on the salad plates perfectly! It’s great how many new faux pumpkins are available now. I usually buy real ones for outdoors use but I like the faux ones for indoor use. Sometimes the real ones will leak and make a mess!

  4. So, so, so pretty. Browns and teal always make such a beautiful statement and I love the way you incorporated all those natural elements into the tablescape Chloe. Picture perfect

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