Welcome to the 376th Tablescape Thursday!
Recently my friend Bonnie, shared some photos of the beautiful table setting she created for Thanksgiving this year. Her dining room overlooks this stunning view!
The gorgeous autumn foliage must have been the inspiration for this wonderful Thanksgiving tablescape.
The beautiful beaded, leaf placemats work so well with the fall foliage centerpiece.
For this year’s Thanksgiving table, Bonnie used dinner plates in the “Plymouth” pattern by Wedgwood for Williams Sonoma and “His Majesty” salad plates by Johnson Brothers. The beautiful candlesticks are “Butler’s Pantry” available at Macy’s.
Here’s a closer view of the beaded placemats…so pretty! Love the colors and the sparkle they add to this setting.
Leaf napkin rings continue the theme of this fall-leaf inspired table setting.
Turkey tureens are so much fun to use for serving soup on Thanksgiving. Love the vintage style of these! Look how beautiful the Johnson Brothers, “His Majesty” plates look with Williams-Sonoma “Plymouth” dinner plates. Love how Bonnie mixed these two patterns to create this beautiful setting!
Bonnie often decorates her beautiful server in this room. It looks so festive for Thanksgiving. I love the pilgrims and indians! Notice how Bonnie used small lamps to add light and interest to this area. I love little lamps like these because you tuck them in almost anywhere you like.
Bonnie is an excellent crafter and makes the most wonderful cards and banners. For Easter one year she created this darling banner for her fireplace.
I love the banner she created this year for Thanksgiving! The painting above the mantel is so perfect for this time of year. Such a gorgeous way to welcome and celebrate fall!
Thanks so much to Bonnie for sharing her beautiful Thanksgiving table setting with us this year!
- Square salad plates – Johnson Brothers “His Majesty” found at Marshalls
- Dinner plates-Wedgewood for Sonoma Williams, pattern is “Plymouth”
- Crystal- Rogaska “Gallia” from Macy’s
- Glass turkeys – purchased several years ago, I forget where.
- Flatware found at Ross
- Candlesticks – “Butlers Pantry” at Macy’s
- Beaded round placemats – Pier 1 Imports
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