Happy Sunday! Today we are sharing a Thanksgiving Tablescape. For this year’s thanksgiving table, we used all of our existing dinnerware and then added a little wooden cutting board to each place setting and then cut some branches from the yard, added in a few pumpkins, some eucalyptus, fresh pears and grapes and then a few faux branches that I have had for forever. Then I added in a few tapered candles to finish it off and add some height and a warm glow.  I took both daylight shots and evening shots (at the end of the post) where you can see the how the room feels in the warmth of the candlelight.

 

 

Instead of the napkins I actually used kitchen towels at each place setting. I love the added texture and the stripes plus for a huge meal like Thanksgiving it comes in handy having a big ol’ towel instead of just a regular napkin – ha!

I filled the top dishes with Butternut Squash Bisque, which Ruby managed to climb up onto the bench and enjoy while I was attempting to take these photos – whoops! I can’t really blame her though – it was really good!

Here are some wide angle shots:

And here are some evening shots:

Source List:

Wallpaper – Kamala in Ivory from Wallpaper Direct
Trim – Existing but planning on painting it Simply White eventually
Door Color – Mopboard Black by Benjamin Moore in Semi-gloss Finish
Beadboard Wallpaper (below chair rail) – can be found here
Chandelier – Shop Candelabra
Westminster Abby Framed Print – Minted in the 18 by 24 size matted with a matte brass frame
Farmhouse Table – I made it using this plan from Ana White’s site. Stained with Rustoleum’s Weathered Gray and Minwax’s Provincial
Tufted Gray Chairs – Wayfair
Slipcovered End Chairs – Lee Industries (about 7 or 8 years ago)
Cream Pillows – Wayfair
Caitlin Wilson Buffalo Check Pillows – Dekowe Pillows 
Bench – We built it as an ottoman for our living room- you can read more about it here
Runner – World Market
Plates – Birch Lane
Mini Wood Cutting Boards
Lidded Soup Dishes on Top of Cutting Boards – HomeGoods
Water Goblets – Birch Lane
Sideboard – Found at a Consingment Shop and Painted in Paris Gray (I think…it’s been a few years)
Planter (filled with hydrangeas) – Wayfair
Mirror – Joss and Main
Cream Fuzzy Throw covering Bench – IKEA
Plaid Throw – HomeGoods
Lamps – Joss and Main
Gold Flatware – Birch Lane
Copper Mug – All Modern
Candle Holders – World Market
Wheat Stalks – HomeGoods
Chemex 8 Cup Coffee Maker – World Market
Gold Rimmed Candle – Etu Home

That’s it for today! We will be back later this week with a fun mini pie with a braided crust and some kitchen pictures.

Warmly, Jenni

 

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  • Calypso in the Country

    This is so beautiful and the addition of the bread boards is such a creative idea. The nighttime shots are magical!
    Shelley

  • peek-to-peek

    Everything looks so inviting. Love the mini tureens.

  • Drop dead gorgeous Jenni! everything is beautiful.

  • Lauren@SimplyLKJ

    Love the simplicity of the taper candles, and the layered place settings. So magical at nighttime. Do have to say though, Ruby always steals the show. So precious.

  • Ellie

    Your setting is awesome, but went straight to stunning with your night time photos!