Vintage Inspired Neutral Thanksgiving Tablescape
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!
I hope this makes sense, your table feels comfy. The turkey on the old books, the dinnerplates, and natural elements combine to make a beautiful dining experience.
Hi Rebecca! Your tablescape is so pretty. I love the vintage touches with the old books and that adorable turkey. The acorn napkin rings are so sweet, too. I’ll be sharing this on my FB page later this week!
So pretty Rebecca….I love the rustic look of your table. Sorry I am so late in commenting. Have a blessed and happy Thanksgiving
Rebecca, it is amazing how you put together such a fabulous table with vintage and estate sale finds. I, too, am happy to have stocked up with finds too before the lockdown with enough pieces to put together some tables. It is so exciting to find these pieces at thrift shops or antique shops, isn’t it? I love the vintage and natural look to your table with the bundle of wheat, wood beads, Indian corn and acorns. It is such a time-worn look with the vintage books. Totally comfortable and cozy. Happy Thanksgiving.
I adore this warm, cozy, vintage, Thanksgiving Tablescape. I’d love to sit here on Thanksgiving day! Such sweet pieces you have selected to adorn your table; wooden board, beads, Indian corn and ceramic Turkey.
Your chic vintage style is beautiful.
Rebecca, I love the vintage feel of your table. You have created a warm and welcoming table, even if it is for a small gathering this year. That ceramic turkey is beautiful, and to think it was $1!! Your decorative items arranged on the wood plank are all so perfect, the books, the candleholder, the wood bead garland, all are selected and styled perfectly. Thank you so much for joining us and have safe and happy Thanksgiving!
What a beautiful vintage inspired table! You have so many lovely pieces but the turkey sitting on top of the books is my favorite! What a find! I also love how you used neutrals and textures. From the wood beads to the soft napkins and placemats, it’s all so perfectly layered. Great to hop with you again!
Rebecca, I love your vintage inspired table. The warmth of the wood board, the stack of books with Tom Turkey resting on top, wheat, and Indian corn makes for a fabulous centerpiece. The mayflower plates are perfect. Wishing you a most blessed Thanksgiving season!
Rebecca, I love your vintage-inspired tablescape. The rattan Tom Turkey is wonderful! What a great find. I love how you placed him on a stack of vintage books. The rustic board used as a runner perfectly accents your bundle of wheat and rustic wooden candle holder. Your plates are especially charming and how clever to hot glue an acorn to a wooden napkin ring.
Blessings to you on Thanksgiving and all of November.
Rebecca, I adore your vintage flair and additions of the ironstone and English floral Mayflower plates. The wood board, wheat, Indian corn and Mr. Tom Turkey add such warm and welcoming textures! So happy to be hopping with you again and join you at the table. Wishing you a Happy Thanksgiving and blessings of the season. ♥
Rebecca Your Vintage Inspired Neutral Thanksgiving Tablescape is gorgeous!! So many of us will be having a quiet Thanksgiving at home. I love the inspiration you have shared.
Have a very blessed Thanksgiving!
Love the centerpiece based with the dark wood board and all of the different elements. A wonderful table for your Thanksgiving gathering.
Fabulous table. Love the amber glasses. They colors are warm and cozy. The turkey looks fabulous atop the books. The natural elements are perfect with the addition of the wooden beads, corn, pumpkins and wheat. Always a pleasure to join you. Thanksgiving blessings
Rebecca, we are kindred spirits in our love for vintage things. You have so many pretties setting on your table. You have created such a pretty centerpiece with all of your treasures. It is always fun tablescaping with you. I hope that your November is filled with many blessings!
So pretty! I love these colors for Thanksgiving and the woods and whites! The plates are so pretty and the beads!
I love the golden glow your table has, and that turkey on the old book stacks is fabulous! Your table is festive and special for Thanksgiving but still homey and welcoming for your family. The rustic board as the base of your centerpiece is so attractive! I hope you have a very special celebration with your family Rebecca!
Vintage and Thanksgiving go together, especially the way you stylized your table Rebecca.
It looks so warm and inviting to sit down at for a Thanksgiving meal.
Always fun blog hopping with you.
Hello, my vintage-loving friend! Rebecca, I adore your table and each and every vintage item you’ve added. To me, vintage appeal is just so comfortable, and brings such an inviting, lived-in vibe to every space where it’s used. Your table is terrific – from the center board to the plates, to the stacked books, to the loose wrinkles in the napkins…I could easily shop your dining table and be a happy gal. So glad you are part of this Thanksgiving table event. Your style is very inspiring to me!
Rebecca, I love your charming, warm and inviting table for Thanksgiving. But, oh how I adore the centerpiece you styled on the plank of wood! All the elements come together beautifully to create a holiday vignette. I would have never thought to stack those old books, and it’s my favorite part! And, as much as I love to fold napkins into shapes, I think your acorn topped wooden rings are perfect for your table. Have a most happy and healthy Thanksgiving!