I’ve always been a traditional sorta gal. I love classic colors associated with the seasons. Red and pink for Valentine’s Day, orange and brown for fall…green and red for Christmas.
But sometimes it’s fun to break away from tradition and create a fresh new color palette. Like my blue and white Thanksgiving tablescape.
I had so much fun finding ways for my Thanksgiving table to still say “autumn” while using the blue and white pieces I already have.
Pieces curated from thrift stores and garage sales….
Adding the little details, like gilded acorns to the base of white chippy lanterns, mixes traditional elements into the tablescape.
Two pairs of pretty burnished gold quails stand guard over the meal, while a white runner over created from vintage crochet pieces adds a soft touch to a piece of burlap.
gold leaves ad some bling and orange mums a pop of color.
while vintage silverware tied with twine and chalkboard tags add some rustic refinement!
I love the bright cheerfulness of my blue and white dining room and the fact that I can still decorate seasonally with a non-traditional color palette! As your getting ready to host for your family and friends this Thanksgiving, think of ways you can add seasonal decor to items you use everyday for a fun new take on Thanksgiving table!
I’m so honored to be joining a fabulous and talented group of ladies who are sharing their Thanksgiving tables all week long!
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