With Thanksgiving less than two weeks away it’s time to start planning the table settings and centerpieces. We’re hosting at our house this year and will have about 20 family members. It’ll be a full house with enough food for an army!
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We’ll have tables set up in a couple of areas and today I’m showing what our small breakfast room table will look like.
For the centerpiece I placed some small white pumpkins on top of a grapevine wreath. I filled in the empty spaces with acorns, pine cones, and dried hydrangeas.
The white charger plates lighten the look of the table setting.
I just refinished the table a couple of weeks ago. It was your typical 80’s oak table and was in desperate need of a facelift. And we replaced our old chairs with these new sturdier, up-to-date ones from World Market.
A simple gray ribbon keeps the vintage silverware together.
The centerpiece was something I put together on a whim but I really do like it.
Even if it does look like an odd birds nest!
Are you hosting Thanksgiving or any dinners at your home this year? What preparations are you making?
- Dishes – Amazon or Wayfair
- White Charger Plates – Pier 1
- Chairs – World Market
- Curtains – Country Curtains
- Glasses – Walmart
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- Dozens of ideas for mantels, tablescapes, wreaths, and crafts for the holidays.
- And more! Whew, I’m tired just thinking about all of it!
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