Happy Monday! I can't believe it's already time for me to share our Thanksgiving tablescape!
It has been pretty chilly here in Massachusetts for the past few days and the leaves are just about at peak color. I'm pretty happy about living on tree lined street right now - the colors are so vibrant and just downright stunning this year.
Every window in my home has a breathtaking view of orange, red and yellow leaves. You can see a glimpse outside my dining room window to the front street here. Fall in New England is quite spectacular. Which is great because winters are pretty miserable!!
Keeping my theme of simplicity this season, my Thanksgiving tablescape falls right into line. I created another pretty pumpkin centerpiece using a green pumpkin, eucalyptus, white roses and some dark red mums that I picked up at Trader Joe's. A few of you have asked for a tutorial (it's so easy!) so I've included a video below for you.
You can also see the first version I made for my fall kitchen here.
I picked up new salad plates on clearance at Pier1 this earlier this week, along with the white rattan chargers. I love the plates are all different. The colors tie in perfectly with my centerpiece and can be used throughout the season since they're not covered in turkeys or anything that seems very specifically "Thanksgiving".
My usual gold candlesticks make an appearance alongside some amber tealight holders that I found at HomeGoods. The pretty blue napkins are from Serena & Lily and have the cutest little detailing on the side.
The gold flatware are vintage (if you're in the market for new flatware, I love these gold ones) and the stemware's from Tuesday Morning.
I hope you've enjoyed my Thanksgiving tablescape! I've included all the sources for you below so that you can shop the space.