Monday, November 7, 2016

BLOGGER STYLIN' HOME TOURS THANKSGIVING TABLE 2016


It's time for another round of Blogger Stylin' Home Tours, and I'm so happy to be helping kick off the Thanksgiving Table tours today! Fall is my favorite time of year, and it's always a joy to prepare for the season.  As always, many thanks to Lindsay at The White Buffalo Styling Co.  for putting this tour together.  If you're coming from her blog, welcome, and I'm so glad you're here!  I always love seeing what gorgeous eye candy Lindsay has for us, and she definitely didn't disappoint this time with that stunning candlelight table!

We have had such a mild Fall (still more like summer) that I jumped at the chance to set up my outdoor table.  We finished a patio makeover in the Spring, and are truly enjoying the outdoor living space that it provides.

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As usual, for the most part I used things I already had and mixed and matched my sets to set this table.  I used a few bundles of fresh flowers added to some extra clippings from around the yard to assemble the centerpiece in one of my favorite green Bordallo serving bowls.  I've collected these green pieces for years, Rhoda and I were recently discussing our love for this set!  I used a few more standing wheat bundles like I have on my mantel on the center of the table, also.

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There's usually a tv mounted over the mantel, but we removed it (it's on a bracket that makes it easy to slip it off and on) and I filled the space with the board I made to bulk up an abstract painting that I've had in the house.  I layered our custom wooden monogram on top.



I also pulled some of our indoor furnishings outdoors (the cowhide rug and chairs from our bedroom- just for the photoshoot!) to make the space more cozy.  A painter's dropcloth covers the table, they're nice to have on hand if you need an inexpensive, large, casual tablecloth (just be prepared for some wrinkles-they won't come out completely).




I have a great story to tell you about how good God is when I share more about how to make this arrangement with you later this week.  :)


 Gingham Ribbon  ||  Blue Willow Plates  ||  Similar Bordallo Chargers  ||  Cane Edged Plates- vintage


I visited the most darling shop while out of town recently, and I can't wait to share a tour with you all later this week.  While there,  I picked up these darling scalloped mini metal chalkboard stands for my placecards.  



And, if you remember my Spring table you might have caught a glimpse of some vintage lamb salt cellars that I found at an estate sale in my neighborhood.  There were 6 foxes as part of the set too, so how perfect are those handsome little guys for Fall?







Are you ready for Thanksgiving yet?  I'll share this simple pecan pie recipe with you soon.  Truth be told, yesterday we ate our Sunday lunch of grilled hamburgers and home made french fries at this table before I cleared it off.  Even the simplest of meals taste better on a pretty table!



Rustic Lantern Set (on sale+free shipping!)  ||  Woven Basket  ||  Fur Pillows- similar here or here  ||  Navy Throw- similar

Thanks so much for stopping by today!  I hope that you were inspired and got a new idea or two to use this season.   Now, click over to Julia's at Cuckoo for Design to see her charming table- I got a sneak peek last night and I can't wait to see more! 


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23 comments:

  1. love your groovy mix of colors and patterns in the dish ware! and save me some pie!

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  2. Just love it Jennifer! I adore that you said it up outside and I love the plate combination so so much

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  3. Just beautiful Jennifer. I love that you set it up on your gorgeous patio, the setting is so pretty and the layered elements of the table are so well done! You are the queen of the tablescape!

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  4. You already had me drooling then came the pecan pie!

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  5. Love it Jennifer! That monogram looks great above the fireplace. What a great place to share a meal!

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  6. I LOVE this, Jennifer! Your plate pattern mixing is always out of this world, and those flowers are just gorgeous!

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  7. Your patio is such a fabulous addition and I love how you set it up for dining or lounging. Gorgeous tablesetting. The addition of the chairs and the cowhide rug give it such a luxurious vibe.

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  8. Stunning!! I always love seeing your tablescapes Jennifer!

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  9. Beautiful tablescape, Jennifer!

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  10. Drop cloth? what a smart idea! I am headed to Lowe's to pick one up tomorrow..you have solved my dilemma on what to use on the outdoor table.

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  11. Looks great! I love the plates you mixed and matched. Stunning, as always!

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  12. Jennifer, you have been blessed with so much talent! I love everything you do! ps. I use these same drop cloths as covers for my Pottery Barn sofa! and I love the idea to use them as tablecloths!

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  13. Congrats, it is really nice. Thank you for using bordallo pieces. I live 30 min away from the factory and we have lots of stuff from Bordallo. They make every table a star.

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    1. They've been a long time favorite! Interesting, where is the factory? I'd love to visit it if I'm ever nearby!

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  14. Everything is gorgeous! You are so talented! I love your blog. Could you tell me where you got the kitty salt pieces? They are so cute.

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  15. I LOVE that you set your table outside. Your space is fabulous and to enjoy a meal there would be so nice. Love all of your touches and the colors are certainly indicative of a cozy Fall table.

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  16. Oh my goodness, girl, this is so lovely! So impressed with you gorgeous table and all of the beautifully done details! ;) thanks so much for joining! You're always so inspiring!

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  17. I have those mini chalkboards too, I love those! I love the little salt holders, how sweet! Very well put together.

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  18. Love your eclectic tablescape and surroundings. I'm particularly fond of the faux fur euros in the white linen wingbacks. Did they come from At Home?

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  19. woooow! This is beautiful! I love the like metal chalkboards and the flower arrangement is gorgeous. Replacing the TV with the sign was a great idea. Thanks for linking up!

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  20. So pretty! Love all the colors of your tablescape. Thanks for linking up to our last minute Thanksgiving tablescapes link up.

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