This beautiful pumpkin and oak leaf Thanksgiving tablescape is full of ideas for all of your fall hosting and entertaining!
Happy Monday! It’s hard to believe it’s that time of year, but today I’m sharing our Thanksgiving tablescape. We actually got snow here in Omaha yesterday, so it definitely feels like the holidays are nearing! I’ve teamed up with a group of other bloggers, hosted by Designthusiasm, to share Thanksgiving entertaining ideas and tips. If you’re stopping in from Town and Country Living, welcome!
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Our Thanksgiving dining room still has coastal touches, but I’ve also brought in some fall elements.
I bought these watercolor pumpkin plates for Thanksgiving and I absolutely love them! They’ll be perfect for all of our fall entertaining needs in future years, as well. These vintage wood chargers look great, regardless of season, but I especially love the warmth they add in the fall! And I’m loving the olive green color of these velvet chainlink pillows that I added for the head chairs!
I love this vase so much, I bought two more recently when they were on major sale. It’s my new favorite accessory! I filled it with some faux oak leaf stems that I got a few years ago from Pottery Barn, but some clippings from your yard could work just as well.
We recently added this small buffet table and mirror to the corner of our dining room. It’s been perfect for storing items we don’t want out all the time and helps keep the room tidy! I found the little white ceramic pumpkins in the dollar section at Target last year and they’re fun to add around the house. This faux olive tree is another recent find this year!
The blue linen napkins were a random addition, and ones I already had on hand, but I love how they look with the kitchen island in the background! They also look really pretty against the striped table runner. And I love using gold flatware this time of year!
I hope you enjoyed our pumpkin and oak leaf Thanksgiving tablescape! Following are all the sources for the space.
The next stop on the tour is Cedar Hill Farmhouse. You can then visit all of the gorgeous Styled + Set Fall Entertaining stop below!
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