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Thanksgiving & Christmas Tablescapes With Pottery Barn

Welcome to the 320th Tablescape Thursday!

Yesterday I popped into Pottery Barn to get a look their tabletop goodies for the Thanksgiving and Christmas season. The PB near me was under construction last time I visited because they were expanding the size of the store. With construction complete, things looked very different on this trip. They had lots of pretty tablescapes set up throughout the store.

Just inside the front door I spotted a Thanksgiving tablescape. I snapped a few pics with my cellphone but didn’t get a closeup of the plates. I’m pretty sure they were the same turkey plates they had available from last year. The centerpiece was a row of three candlelit lanterns.

Thanksgiving Tablescape with Pottery Barn Turkey Plates

 

On another table, they had a fall/Thanksgiving table setting with pheasant salad plates.

Thanksgiving Table Setting with Pottery Barn Pheasant Plates

 

The pheasants are almost a stylized version, very dramatic in appearance.

Pottery Barn Pheasant Plates

 

Next, I spotted several Christmas tablescapes. I haven’t visited the PB site online in a while so the Christmas dishware and linens I saw on this trip were all new to me.

Pottery Barn Painted Santa Dishware in Christmas Table Setting

 

I came so close to buying a few of their “painted Santa” napkins. They are white, trimmed with a red border…super cute!

Pottery Barn Painted Santa Napkins

 

They were paired with Santa plates.

Pottery Barn Painted Santa Plates

 

The reindeer are back again this year. I think Pottery Barn has been carrying this line for several years. They had a lot of holiday/Christmas table runners, too.

Pottery Barn Reindeer Dinnerware

 

The theme for this table was a Woodland scene. I didn’t notice the “fur” placemats while there…not sure how I missed those! Ummm, they are different, aren’t they? The centerpiece was a combination of small faux evergreen trees and stick reindeer.

Christmas Tablescape with Pottery Barn Forest Salad Plates

 

The plates come in 4 woodland patterns. I think the deer was my favorite. Love the paisley napkins!

Pottery Barn Forest Salad Plate

 

This made me smile…the ornaments hanging on the antlers are salt and pepper shakers.

Pottery Barn Antler Head Salt & Pepper Shaker Set

 

This table was a wonderful surprise! If I didn’t already have some similar dishware, I may have succumbed and made a few purchases.

Pottery Barn Winter Village Dishes in a Christmas Tablescape

 

The dishware pattern shows a Christmas village…sound familiar?

Christmas Table With Pottery Barn Winter Village Dishware

 

Remember the snowy winter tablescape I created last winter? (Snowy tablescape can be viewed here: A Winter Table Setting, Tablecloth by Mother Nature

Winter Tablescape in Snow with David Carter Brown Christmas Valley Dishware

 

The dishware I used in this setting is also a Christmas village.

Sakura, Christmas Village by David Carter Brown in Winter Table Setting

 

This pattern is by David Carter Brown and is called Christmas Valley. He also makes another pattern called Christmas Village. Both are adorable!

Sakura, Christmas Village, David Carter Brown

 

Here’s the Pottery Barn version of a Christmas Village. I love it!

Pottery Barn Winter Village Plates

 

Love the platter that goes with this set!

Pottery Barn Winter Village Platter

 

Hope you enjoyed this tour of some of the tablescaping goodies I saw on my recent visit to Pottery Barn. I may have to go back for some painted Santa napkins and a Christmas village platter.

Did anything tempt you on this trip?

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Comments

  1. You know…some folk love watching a good football game, etc…..know what I love…looking at tablescapes. Even as a child “that” is what made me “click”…my tea parties were the “talk of the playroom!!” :) Love “shopping” with you. franki

  2. Susan, I was just in our PB checking out their Thanksgiving and Christmas tabletop goodies this week! Your winter tablesetting and tablecloth by Mother Nature brings a smile to my face every time I see it :)

  3. Susan, I also would have come close to buying the Santa napkins. They would look great with the lovely red and white polka dot napkins that I got from Pottery Barn two years ago. Thanks for sharing Pottery Barn’s tables.

  4. Hi Susan! Thanks for all the peeks at what’s new at PB! You know what a big copy-cat I am so I already have my eye on some of it! Thanks for hosting!…hugs…Debbie

  5. Gotta love that deer head and s/p shaker combo. He has several prongs, so maybe he could hold small ornaments in another setting. Or used in fall setting with pinecone shakers? And since he’s silver and white, used all winter. Hope someone has more creative ideas than I, and could put him to good use since he’s so adorable.

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