Hello friends. Today I want to share a super simple late fall moody tablescape. Even though our Thanksgiving for us was a few weeks back,
I’m excited to share some beautiful Thanksgiving tablescapes from my friends. So make sure you check them at the end of this post.
For this tablescape, I once again used items that I already had and tried to mix them up to achieve a somewhat different look.
Still a little moody yet warm.
I used some of my dried hydrangeas and dried eucalyptus and placed it in a simple wicker basket. I placed these small bowls here and there and I love how the color coordinates so well with the flowers. If I’m being honest, I wanted to fill them with nuts and figs but ran out of time so pretend they’re there.
As you can see I used three completely different dishes for this placement and I think it still works alright.
Some black candles to add to the warmth and moodiness of the scene. This has to be the easiest centerpiece. 🙂
And that’s it. Please don’t forget to visit my friends below and a huge thank you to my friend Jennifer for hosting this beautiful hop.
Fall DIY Decor Project Ideas | Today’s Creative Life
Late Fall Moody Tablescape | Craftberry Bush
Thanksgiving Tablescape 2023 | Rooms For Rent
How to Style and Set a Thanksgiving Table | The Tattered Pew
Effortless Thanksgiving Table Setting: Quick Tips for Last-Minute Hosts | She Gave It A Go
How to Make a Simple Pumpkin Floral Arrangement for Thanksgiving | Midwest Life and Style
How to create an organic modern Thanksgiving table setting | My Sweet Savannah
Thanksgiving Table with Mismatched Dishes | DIY Beautify
Fall Thanksgiving Table | Hallstrom Home
How to Decorate a Thanksgiving Table for a Crowd | Pasha is Home
Tips for an Easy Thanksgiving Tablescape | The Handmade Home
How to Decorate a Round Table for Thanksgiving | Modern Glam Home
Thanksgiving No-Carve Floral Pumpkin Centerpiece | Tatertots and Jello