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Should You Invite Birds to the Table?

When I saw these beautiful pheasant salad plates, I knew they would be finding their way to my house.  These are the perfect for Fall aren’t they?  I found them on sale at Pottery Barn one early November.  It was a little late for me to use them last year, but I knew when I got my dishes out of storage these would set a pretty Fall table.  We invite turkey to the table for Thanksgiving, so why not invite these pretty little pheasants to the table too?

Pheasant Inspired Tablescape 2

I love the combination of the chargers and the dishes, both with the pine cones and pine needles on them.  I chose these wood handled flatware to keep the natural look on the cherry table.

A Pheasant Inspired Table for Four

I am so happy to have gotten rid of those yellow walls, my home has come a long way since then!

Pheasant Inspired Fall Table with a DIY Centerpiece

Do you like the centerpiece?  I made this myself and you can see how easy it is to create this yourself right here.   I was so happy to reuse the collection of pheasant feathers that I purchased and used for last year’s centerpiece.  You can see the magnolia leaf and pheasant feather centerpiece here.  That one was so large that I needed to remove it for dining, but the way I set this table, an oversized centerpiece is not blocking anyone’s view.  Which one of the centerpieces do you like best?

A Fall Tablescape Inspired by Pheasant Dishes

Even with the incredibly hot weather we have still had here in Florida, I was ready to set a pretty Fall Tablescape.

Fall Tablescape with Pheasant Dishes

I hadn’t selected a dining table when I styled this in the family room,  so I was using my grandmother’s cherry drop-leaf table along with a pair of Restoration Hardware chairs and a pair of twig chairs.  Do you like different chairs at a table or do you prefer them to all match?





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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


  1. I love the centerpiece with the pheasant feathers! I’m a little behind in getting my fall decorations out because I just had many rooms in my home repainted. Your table setting puts me in the fall mood and I love the clever title of this post 🙂

    1. Thanks Dawn, I bought and used those feathers with the magnolia leaves last year, so it was a natural this year! My painters arrive on October 5th, I can’t wait!

  2. Love the centerpiece Chloe! and the peasant plates are so fall perfect! you are so smart and patient to wait until they went on sale, gorgeous table~

    1. Thanks Jenna, it sure took some self control and crossed fingers that they would still be available!

  3. Oh my goodness this is a beautiful table. Very rustic, very fall and very inviting! I love this centerpiece and look forward to your tutorial. I picked up a bunch of pheasant feathers while thrifting last week and have no idea what to do with them. May I ask where you found the flatware, it is very pretty.

    1. Thanks Sandra, Hang onto those feathers, I will be sharing that tutorial soon. Right now I am on my way to France for my son’s wedding! I found the flatware at IKEA! Can you believe it? This year, so it should be available still!

  4. Of course you should invite birds to such a BEAUTIFUL tablescape. This table is done to perfection. Stunning and very classy. I love your plate stack! Thanks for sharing.

    1. Oh my, Kathryn, thank you so much for the sweet words and how special to be a fan favorite! I will certainly see you again!

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