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    Tablescapes

    Give Thanks Tablescape

    Give Thanks and Gather

    Give thanks and gather might seem an odd title for this year’s Thanksgiving tablescape from me, since we know we should not be gathering in large numbers.  However, I hope none of you are alone this coming Thanksgiving and know that even if there are only two of you at your table, you have gathered and you can give thanks.

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    These gorgeous fall leaf placemats and goblets were a discovery from Pier 1 a few years ago.  It is easy to see why these were my inspiration for this year’s Thanksgiving tablescape.  I know these are not traditional Thanksgiving colors, but I have done those plenty of times, too.

    Placemats were set on a white vintage tablecloth and topped with my plate stack.  My traditional china, Lenox Lace Point is the salad plate.  Pink and gray plates complement the pink and gray from the china.  Pink plates with a ribbon of fruits reminds me of the harvest, the traditional sharing of the Thanksgiving meal.  These are labeled Franco Giorgi by Quadrifoglio.  I had no idea how happy I would be thirty years later that I picked up a dozen of these in the outlets in Lancaster, Pennsylvania.  The large gray dinner plates are from Ikea and made in Portugal. 

    Although the colors are not traditional, with a vintage white linen tablecloth gives the table a traditional feel.  Napkins are layered gray and pink tucked into an acorn and pumpkin napkin ring.  

    A centerpiece of faux flowers, burgundy fall leaves and a “GATHER” sign is all that is needed since food will take center stage on Thanksgiving.  Elegant gray wine glasses completed the stemware.  A pair of bunches of wheat flanked the ends of the table, an additional nod to the harvest. 

    I hope this Thanksgiving you gather together with a few of those closest to you, give thanks and enjoy the company. 

    Now, please visit these other blogs and see the twists they put on their Thanksgiving Tablescapes:

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    Me and My Captain
    Belle Blue Interiors
    The Little Yellow Corner Store
    Panoply
    Life and Linda
    Our Crafty Mom
    White Arrows Home
    Living With Thanksgiving
    Debbee’s Buzz
    Home is Where the Boat Is
    Everyday Living
    Red Cottage Chronicles
    The Painted Apron 
    My Hubbard Home
    Calypso in the Country
    Zucchini Sisters
    At Home With Jemma

     

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    38 Comments

    1. Chloe, I love your softer color palette for your Thanksgiving table! The leaf mats and goblets, centerpiece and pink plates are such a refreshing departure from the traditional autumn colors. As always it’s a treat to join you at table and hop with you again. I’m thankful for all your organizing efforts! Happy November ♥

    2. Good Morning Chloe,
      I am enjoying hopping along with everyone and seeing all the rich colors of the season. These warm burgundy, lavender hues you have combined with the soft centerpiece and plates make this such an elegant tablescape.
      Thankful for sharing in this hop with sweet friends like you!
      Jemma

    3. Chloe, if shades of gray and purple/pinks are wrong for Thanksgiving, I don’t want to be right! You weren’t kidding when you said you discovered some gorgeous fall leaf placemat and goblets. I love the use on non-traditional and making it my own. Those plates you picked in Lancaster certainly tie it all together. The gray plates and goblets bring it all home!

      I think you said it best that if two can be together, that is a gathering, and I certainly hope everyone reaches out to those who are alone this year. I know I will be doing that. Thank you for hosting our hop and prompting us to think about these things as we created our tables. I’m pretty sure it ran through each stylist’s mind about how important it is to include those who cannot be with us, and to find a way to celebrate still.

      1. Oh Rita, you are so funny! That made me smile!! Can you believe I have had those plates for more than 30 years?!! I used to show dogs and a friend and I would drive every year from Cleveland to Philadelphia and she insisted we stop at the outlets in Lancaster. You know, you are right, it is nice that we can share our table visions with one another, even if we can’t gather with family or friends this year.

    4. Chloe, the leaf mats are a lovely background for your plate stack. I love the Lenox salad plates with their soft colors. The faux floral centerpiece is beautiful with its rich colors that blend so well with your soft palette. It is always a pleasure to sit at one of your tables. Thank you for all you do to organize the hops. Wishing you a beautiful season of Thanksgiving!

      1. Thank you so much Pam. I am always happy to have the chance to get all of the inspiration from all of you!!

    5. Gorgeous Chloe, and I’m all for non traditional colors! I love the deep pinks and purples of your centerpiece and placemats, and the leaf glasses are fabulous! Oh how we will miss Pier 1! Thank you so much for once again hosting this fantastic and inspiring blog hop!

    6. Chloe, I love the colors you chose and your table is beautiful! I love the plate stacks and those gorgeous wine glasses. They tie right into the flowers and those fantastic placemats! Thanks so much for gathering us together to share our tables!
      Shelley

    7. Chloe your table is lovely….I love the softer hues. I missed so many lovely blog hops with all their inspiration while I was ill. The Captain and I always ask our friends and neighbors who will be alone to come to dinner. My immune system will demand that we have a quiet small gathering this year, but our thoughts and prayers are with those who have lost loved ones to Covid or other diseases. Hugs and much love my friend on this Thanksgiving of 2020.

      1. Thank Kari! PLEASE, stay well, even if you need to stay home!! You have been through so much! It is so wonderful to have you back!

    8. I lover these colors for the fall season, and only wish I had picked up the leaf placemats and glasses! Too late now.
      I really miss Pier 1.

      These colors speak fall to me and the way you worked them throughout the table and centerpiece makes for a beautiful table.
      Thanks for including me in the hop:)
      RR

      1. Thank you so much Linda! Yes, there are plenty of reds and burgundies in nature, aren’t there?

    9. Chloe, your placemats and matching goblets are beautiful. It is fun to see everyone’s creativity. Your tablescape may seem nontraditional but all the colors are available in nature and your styling is quite creative.
      Thank you for your effort keeping our group going. It is a lot of work but is enjoyed by everyone, It is nice to share common interests and encourage each other. I appreciate each blogger and each hop is a blessing.

      1. Thank you so much Bonnie. I have been afraid the hop was growing too large, but all of the feedback is that we are a great group of ladies who all have an interest in styling pretty tables, so we shall keep moving forward!

    10. Shannon@Belle Bleu Interiors says:

      Chloe, I adore the color palette that you chose for your table. It is so pretty and elegant, The leaf placemats compliment your chine beautifully. Your floral centerpiece is gorgeous. I thought the flowers were real! We all have so much to be thankful for. A sentiment we have all shared today. May November bring you many blessings!

      1. Thank you so much Shannon. I wasn’t really happy with how this turned out, but time constraints made it what it was.

    11. I love these colors for Thanksgiving and what a gorgeous inspiration those placemats and goblets were! Beautiful Chloe!! Thankful for you my friend!

    12. Wow Chloe the color combination on your table is stunning! All the elements come together beautifully; especially your lovely centerpiece and the unique placemats and stemware. And, the cherry on top is the “Gather” sign. I’m very grateful to be included in your tablescape hops, and am particularly glad you have brought us all together this year. Have a most happy and healthy celebration Chloe!

      1. Thank you so much Debbee. I am thankful for each and every one of you, my fellow bloggers that join me again and again!

    13. Beautiful Chloe! I love the colours you have chosen, and those wine glasses from Pier 1 are stunning. The centrepiece is absolutely lovely! Having already celebrated Thanksgiving here in Canada, with just a party of 3, we were all beyond grateful for all that we have, and that we have to look forward to again soon! Thank you so much for gathering us together!!

      1. Thank you so much Maureen, these small gatherings are a change, but I too, am grateful that I have a home, my family and we all have our health.

    14. Beautiful as always Chloe. We will be celebrating with just us but we’re going to have a party table.

      I’m thankful for many things even if I can’t see family and friends. I miss them terribly.

      We are blessed to be happy for many reasons.

      Cindy

      1. I know exactly how you feel Cindy, and I feel thankful for al of the blessings I do have. I certainly pray for an end to this terrible pandemic.

    15. Beautiful Thanksgiving table. I have these Colorful leaf placemats and they are gorgeous. Your wine goblets are beautiful and match perfectly. Who says we have to stick to a color palette. Love the delicate plates and your centerpiece is lovely. I do appreciate you organizing these fabulous blog hops. Always a please to join you. Blessings

    16. Just beautiful, Chloe! I love those leaf placemats and the pink and purple floral centerpiece. Your plate stack is lovely…the flatware is a perfect match for your gray IKEA dinner plates. I agree that even a gathering of 2 this year is enough to enjoy each other’s company and to give thanks. Thank you for bringing us all together once again for this fun hop!

      1. Thank you so much Rebecca! Yes, small is fine. It is a different year, but I am feeling the love anyway!

    17. I love the colors you chose for this tablescape. Your Lenox dishes are just gorgeous. Thank you so much for hosting. I wish you and your family a blessed Thanksgiving!

      1. Thank you so much Michelle! I will have my parents, my sister and my son along with my hubby and I, so it will be lovely.

    18. What an amazing Thanksgiving tablescape Chloe. I really like the leaves under the plates, and your wine glasses are beautiful. I am so very excited to see you soon! Safe travels friend!

      1. thanks so much Chas, those leaf placemats are so pretty aren’t they? I can’t wait to see you too!!

    19. Chloe, I love your table of gray and burgundy with the soft, muted pinks. It is so elegant and something more unique. The color combination is calming and classic and, to me, speaks of nature’s display of colors. Thank you so much for bringing happiness to the participating bloggers in this hop, including myself, and to all of your readers. Happy Thanksgiving.

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