Styling a pretty Fall Table that’s perfect for ThanksgivingHello and welcome to everyone arriving from Marci’s at Lemons to Lovelies.  I’m hope you enjoyed your visit. Today it’s all about this soft neutral French farmhouse fall tablescape that’s a perfect for Thanksgiving. It’s a much quieter palette than Marci’s vibrant Thanksgiving tablescape, which I happened to love! Also, a most heartfelt thank you to Amber from Follow The Yellow Brick Home for hosting the Grateful Gatherings tour for 13 bloggers to share their late fall and Thanksgiving decor. I had different plans… View Post

Welcome to everyone coming over from Judy’s beautiful Thanksgiving post. I’m thrilled to be joining a great group of friends sharing our Thanksgiving tablescape inspiration with you. ​​This time around, I went for a completely new look using vivid colors, a completely different style than my normal run-of-the-mill soft colors. All I can say is that I felt a need to just do something different and push my own boundaries with color. ​But first, let me tell you, I’m one of those people who thinks of bad prison fashion and road construction anytime I… View Post

Welcome to Thursday Favorite Things. Thank you to all who joined us last week! I loved so many posts that joined us. We are at an interchange between season and holidays. Some are just beginning to have fall like weather, others are focused on Thanksgiving ideas while yet others are working on decking their halls for Christmas. Most of our regular bloggers who join TFT know I live in Alaska and that we had our first snowfall about one month ago. I have been moving out fall and bringing touches… View Post

Today it’s all about a pretty, romantic Thanksgiving tablescape- and there’s a special treat at the end of this post. I’m sharing a guest post over at Katherines Corner with more ideas for styling a tablescape. Fresh flowers mixed with silvery eucalyptus leaves, dried rose buds, sweet little pinecones, and a combination of different metallics for a refined rustic style that looks high-end but is easy on the wallet. Plump fresh green pears and white pumpkins nod to the theme of the season, natures bounty. …… And it all started… View Post

Thanksgiving is almost upon us. That means the time to start thinking about the dining table is here. After all, this area is the main hub where our friends and family spend the most amount of time gathered together. I have put together 10 of my best tips for styling and decorating your Thanksgiving table and included a few ideas and suggestions. In my opinion, the Thanksgiving dining table is equally as important as the meal itself is. Enjoying the company of our loved ones, friends, and family is important… View Post