This was my Thanksgiving tablescape two years ago. I went all neutrals, a little tired of all of the oranges and reds. Right now I can hardly imagine styling a Thanksgiving table with all of these neutral colors, but in 2017 it just seemed perfect. Isn’t it interesting how our styles and preferences change over the years? It was this pair of wood pilgrims that started this whole neutral thing, and I still love them and put them on display in my home this time of year.
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I am so proud to be associated with this wonderful group of bloggers who are joining me again this week for a tablescape blog hop. This week all of us will be sharing our interpretation of a Thanksgiving tablescape. I hope you have the time to visit each of the bloggers and see what a creative bunch they are!
I spotted this gorgeous table runner at Home Goods and knew immediately that my Thanksgiving table would be a statement in neutrals. The colors are grays and tan and that ever popular “greige” .
The extra needlework and beading detail on the runner make it so special. After seeing this, I thought I could enhance some other runners in the same way.
My place settings are rather simple. A charger with a worn look to it, topped with gray plates from Ikea and salad plates which are depression glass handed down from my grandmother to my mother, and now to me. Flatware is from the Cowgirl Lace pattern from The Pioneer Woman. My pilgrim couple were from Home Goods and made a nice focal point for my table without covering up too much of my beautiful runner.
Stemware are a pair of goblets, the gray ones I featured in my Headless Horseman Halloween table, and the others are Marquis by Waterford Brookside pattern. These are my go-to wine or water goblets and can be seen at any number of my tablescapes. The crystal glistens in the light.
My pumpkins in assorted neutrals blended beautifully with the table runner.
The grays on the table blended so beautifully with my sideboard from Ballard Design. The pumpkin on the sideboard is nestled into a wreath after getting a light spray of flat gray paint.
Check out all of these other great blogs and their beautiful tables set and ready to welcome Thanksgiving guests!