I know that I said in our fall home tour that I was going to keep the same table setting as last year’s Thanksgiving for this year. Well, I lied. And, that should come as no shock to you! Ha! I sometimes just can’t help myself, especially when I get the itch for change with home decor. So, I give you our farmhouse-inspired Thanksgiving table setting!
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Really nothing too drastically different, but I’m so in love with this year’s place settings.
The centerpiece decor is what started my whole new train of thought. Last year, I just left out my usual fall table decor. That’s a-okay and I didn’t get rid of that stuff, but I wanted something that went the length of the table and a little more greenery. I found this garland at Michael’s on super fall clearance – seriously, it was like $8 – and it works great! I’m able to bend/twist it and the leaves to get it to the look the way I want. A few candle holders and pillar candles later, we’re in business!
I also couldn’t resist a change to each individual place setting. These ruffled burlap place mats and distressed chargers from Pier 1 were love at first sight. I had to go to two different store locations just to get enough for what I needed! That’s an easy way to know if I really love something because there’s nothing I despise more than driving around to multiple stores. 😉 It was worth it, though! Everything pairs together so much better than I imagined in my head. The perfect amount of farmhouse, shabby chic-ness without overdoing it. Our dining table really is such a showpiece that I never want to overpower it.
I also busted out my grandma’s antique silver for the first time! Things like that are why I love the holidays because when else do you have an excuse to use extravagant, old-fashioned dishes and silverware?
Our farmhouse-inspired Thanksgiving table setting this year is probably one I will continue to recreate in the coming years! It just finally feels right and fits with the style/feel of our dining area.
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