Simple Thanksgiving Tablescape ideas

As you might have already noticed, I love using natural elements when decorating or creating tablescapes. Not only are they readily available but they are also inexpensive and bring a little brightness to your home.  This particular centrepiece was very easy to put together using seasonal fruits, some foliage and a few hydrangeas . 
I originally placed this wool throw to anchor the display.
Because there’s no rule that says you can’t use a throw as a table cloth.

But because burlap is synonymous with fall, 
 I decided that this burlap runner by Canvas corp 
was better suitable  instead. 
I think this arrangement would be great, not only as a fall or
 Thanksgiving table but it can also be used at 
Christmas by simply changing the foliage to evergreens. 
TIP: I placed an upside down bowl inside the planter, in order to raise the fruit higher, that way you don’t have to actually purchase that much fruit. :)  

Speaking of  planters, I just love this crackle planter from Birch Lane.
You’ve heard me mention Birch Lane  before when I revealed my  front porch.  
I love their line of traditional pieces because they are both fresh and affordable.
And because I love this planter so much, I just had to put together another super easy display…
See how easy that was? I removed the foliage replaced 
the fruit with gourds, gray squash, some feathers and Voila!   

I also  added a little Thanksgiving messages on the pears by painting them with gold paint.
As well as a place cards …
Nothing fancy over here, but I think it works. 

I’m loving the way the neutral colors of fall look with a little pop of maroon from the pears. 
And  of course, you can never go wrong with copper. 
These beautiful copper mule mugs are also from Birch Lane and I just love the way they make the table setting look cohesive with the hutch display in the background. 

So there you go, two super easy centrepieces that you can put together in no time.

I want to thank my friend Bre from Rooms for Rent for inviting me to be part 
her Tablescape Grand Finale. 

And thank YOU so much for stopping by.
Have a great weekend! 

much love,
Some of my friends also joined in the fun and you
 want to see their gorgeous  Thanksgiving Tablescapes…



  1. says

    So fresh and beautiful! My favorite is with the black and white throw-I wouldn’t have thought of it-love how you challenge me to ‘see’ things in new ways.

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