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November 15, 2017

Dining for Thanksgiving



 Mr. Tom Turkey presides over this table waiting to be replaced with a turkey platter full of the real thing!


I put a light under the brown glass for added illumination.

I love how the antlers add rustic elegance.

I chosethe green and brown placemats to add some additional color and break up the predominant rusty orange tones.  They worked out well since the the dishes have all the same colors.  The green stemware came from Pier 1 a few years ago- they seem to come in handy during the holiday period.

I had the napkins and they offer just the right tone found in the dinner plates and the green napkin rings are from Bed Bath and Beyond a good while back. 

There will only be 4 of us plus our grandson so I kept the table settings to a minimum.


I can dissect this quickly if we chose to.  The leaves and pumpkins at the base of the brown candle holders are actually small wreaths so it's easy to disassemble and reassemble.



Thank you for visiting and I wish everyone a blessed Thanksgiving holiday.

We will be very thankful that our son, daughter in-law and grandson will join us this year.  We don't often get company for this holiday!  

Gobble gobble!!

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9 comments:

  1. Beautiful tablescape. I love your traditional settings and colors.

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  2. Liz, your Tablescape is beautiful! Love Mr. Turkey...all of your details are perfect! I know you will enjoy having family for the holiday! Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours!

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  3. Love Mr. Turkey keeping the spot available for the real Turkey!!!! Your table is beautiful. You never disappoint Liz with your knack for table settings. Have a wonderful time for Thanksgiving.
    xoxo
    Kris

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  4. Liz, I know your family will enjoy sitting at your beautiful table! I love the color combinations and your plates are perfect for Thanksgiving. Enjoy your family, my friend. xo ♥

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  5. Such a beautiful table Liz...I am so happy that your son and his family will be joining you for Thanksgiving...that makes the table even more joyful!

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  6. Your table is BEAUTIFUL! I LOVE the turkey salad plates, where did you get them??? Lighting under the glass was genius! So glad you will have your family with you!!! We will be at our daughters and our son comes up from Fl. so we will al be together too! Such a blessing.

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  7. I love your pretty table with your beautiful Tom turkey plates Liz! Your plaid placemats tie your colors together beautifully. Wishing you a Happy Thanksgiving with your family this year!

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  8. Mr. Turkey is wonderful. I am sure he won't mind being replaced by a real turkey....LOL Rich warm colors look fabulous. Beautiful plate stack. love the pumpkins on top of the candleholders. The lighting is lovely.

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  9. I'm not really a tablescape kind of girl, but yours is quite lovely. And, I'm so happy your kids are coming for Thanksgiving.

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