This year will be the most low key Thanksgiving ever. But I’ll still set a festive table for just my immediate family to enjoy. Using items from my stash, I created a Vintage Inspired Neutral Thanksgiving Tablescape.
Today, I’m joining my table stylist friends for a Thanksgiving Tablescape Blog Hop. If you’re stopping by after a visit with Shelley from Calypso in the Country, welcome! I love her navy dining room! If you haven’t already, be sure to check out all of the lovely tables on the hop. The links to the blogs are at the end of this post. Many thanks to my friend Chloe from Celebrate and Decorate for once again hosting this fun event!
Everything I used in my tablescape this year are vintage and estate sale finds. The only exceptions are the white supermarket pumpkins. I’m so glad that I stocked up on seasonal items at estate sales before the lock downs began!
My place setting consists of a neutral placemat, rattan chargers and a vintage English floral Mayflower plate. I used the same plates in my Brown, Gold and Rust Fall Tablescape last year.
The wheat bundle centerpiece and the small bunches of Indian Corn came from an estate sale.
I once again used an old weathered board as a table runner.
The wood bead garland is a recent craft project. I draped it around the base of a wooden thrift store candle holder.
I gave the plain wooden napkin rings some fall flair by adding acorns with hot glue.
I couldn’t resist putting some of my beloved ironstone serving pieces on the table!
Of course, the star of the table is Mr. Tom Turkey himself! I found this ceramic guy at an estate sale on the $1 table. He sits atop a stack of old books and keeps watch of the festivities.
I hope you liked my Vintage Inspired Neutral Thanksgiving Tablescape. I really enjoyed setting this table! Now be sure to check out the other creative table settings below for more Thanksgiving inspiration! The last stop on the hop is with Gemma from At Home with Gemma. Enjoy!
Until next time!