Monday, November 7, 2011

Thanksgiving Tablescape

Now that Halloween is officially over and we're full swing into November, I am extremely excited get into the holiday spirit!  With Thanksgiving only three weeks away...I couldn't help myself!  I decided to set our dining room table with a fall decor and definitely had fun with it!  Even though we're not hosting Thanksgiving, it was still fun to dream!  :)

 I haven't officially revealed our dining room yet, but figured you could get a sneak peek!  Here is our World Market table with benches on either side.  It makes for a great communal setting and we can always squeeze a couple extra guests at the table this way.

 And here is my take on a Thanksgiving Tablescape!

I decided not to dress the table with any linens...I like the rustic look of the bare wood.  But to dress up the settings, I busted out our Crate & Barrel silver chargers {an alternative to fine china on our wedding registry}.  The silverware is also from Crate & Barrel...love the hammered effect.

 The plates are from Pottery Barn {I'm sure you've noticed them in my recipe posts}.  The napkins, holders, and crackled wine glasses are Pier 1.  The drinking glasses were gifted!

 There's our new bar cart!  :)

 The candle holders and canister are from Pottery Barn!

 One advantage to living in Tahoe are all the FREE pine cones and fall leaves...picked right out our front door!  :)
 There's also a sneak peak of our office nook...a current work in progress.  Out the window is our deck...think I'll have to get final pictures next summer!  

 I love all the fall colors!


I had too much fun putting this together...we luckily had my in-laws over for dinner so they could enjoy the tablescape!

Have you started decorating for Thanksgiving?  Do you host dinner every year?  Do tell!

xo natasha

58 comments:

  1. This is a beautiful fall decor! Love it!

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  2. I love this! I can't wait to have a house and a dining table to get festive with. Look positively perfect!

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  3. I love it! I wish you lived closer so you decorate my table!

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  4. I LOVE your table! I think we are hosting Thanksgiving this year....I better get on it! And I have the same PB plates....love them!

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  5. Your table looks amazing Natasha!! I love the leaves and pine cones!

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  6. So pretty, Natasha. I love seeing your house. So spacious and pretty. I like that little office nook and the bar car caught my eye right away. Beautiful.

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  7. Gorgeous setting! Love the real decor & those napkin rings!!!

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  8. looks amazing! I love the pinecones and leaves.

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  9. Loving the Thanksgiving tablescape! xo

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  10. Very very pretty, N! I am hosting Thanksgiving for the first time this year so I'm over taking notes on your beautiful spread : )

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  11. so beautiful! yeah for Thanksgiving!

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  12. What a warm and inviting table! I especially love the pinecones!!!!

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  13. such a beautiful, warm, tablescape. Love the pine cones and leaves!

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  14. I love your tablescape! Love bringing natural elements into the design. We are low key this Thanksgiving, and I am so thankful.

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  15. looks so pretty! i love the scattered leaves!

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  16. it looks really nice:) gives me some inspiration for my table!

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  17. Looks beautiful! And Im so glad you to got to put it to use!

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  18. Gorgeous table setting! I'm so excited for the festive season and decorating :)

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  19. Looks like something out of a magazine! I love it! We are hosting some friends this year since all our family is on the the east coast and we cant make it home. Im looking forward to decorating for it too!

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  20. So beautiful!
    Sadly, we don't celebrate Thanksgiving in Europe, it looks like a very cozy holiday...

    I also had a lot of fun decorating the Halloween dining table at a friend's house, i was so proud :)

    Pictures are on my blog..
    http://sweetharvestmoon.blogspot.com

    Sara

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  21. I love you table setting! And we also have the bench effect on one side of our table and feel like it really makes the room look bigger and creates more of a communal vibe :)

    We don't have Thanksgiving in SA, but I'm planning on doing a mini thanksgiving dinner for me and Jurgen this year :)

    xoxo
    Jenna

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  22. Pretty! I love the centerpiece. I am hosting my first Thanksgiving this year and I am so excited.

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  23. This belongs in a magazine, it's gorgeous! And I'm jealous of your World Market table, we currently have the teensiest dining table in the WORLD, and we're in the market for a new one! Might have to scope out this one at our local WM. :)

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  24. Good job, it looks gorgeous! I'm not doing Thanksgiving this year - but rather Christmas... I wish I was doing Thanksgiving now after seeing how beautiful your tablescape came together :)

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  25. your table looks great!! i love that you didn't use any linens... i love the rustic/natural look too!

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  26. oooo I love your table setting. I especially like the pinecones and those lovely napkin ring holders. I'm getting so excited about decorating for the holidays and all the yumminess at Thanksgiving too!! :)

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  27. I am very impressed and it looks really beautiful but I am also feeling a wee bit intimidated!! Oh no, I better get busy. And busy fast.

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  28. We have the same C&B silverware! I love it!! And your table scape is gorg!

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  29. Girl, you never cease to amaze me...I love all the natural elements you pulled in...the little pumpkins are so darn cute, too! I think I might take a page out of your decorating book for my own thanksgiving tablescape (c:

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  30. Your table setting looks fab! Have a lovely week:)
    ~Anne

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  31. Looks beautiful, Natasha! Love the pine cones and leaves. Great job!

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  32. It looks amazing, girlfriend! Who knows, everyone may want to have Thanksgiving at your house when they see this set up :)

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  33. Cute tablescape, cute glassware and cute bar!!!!

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  34. SO pretty! I love how woodsy and yet, still sparkly it is! And i'm dying over the size of those pine cones!!!

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  35. Girl you outdid yourself on this one! It is so charming and inviting! Love it!

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  36. It's so festive--love it! I'm also loving your dining room! I love the furniture at World Market.

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  37. Gorgeous! I love the bar cart too. And I also just read your Greek key post- how funny about that couch:)

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  38. way to go girlfriend!! Looks SO good!! & very festive!

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  39. it looks fabulous!! i love all the free materials you used to make it extra festive!

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  40. That tablescape is just fabulous! So festive!

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  41. Haha, too cute that you did this despite not hosting thanksgiving. It looks great!!! I'm glad someone got to enjoy it! Thanks for your kind comment! Have a great week!

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  42. What a great job. We are loving the water glasses.

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  43. Oh, now this is pretty - I'm loving the colors you used and all the glassware. So much cozy texture !!!

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  44. This is my first year hosting Thanksgiving and to say I am beyond excited is an understatement! I have posts lined up this week to talk further about it, so I won't spell out a novel in your comments section :) Love your table and I'm thinking of doing something a bit similar!

    Cheers!

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  45. It's gorgeous!!! I love it. And I love that you decorated even though you aren't hosting. That is totally something I would do. LOL.

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  46. Awww I love how you've decorated for fall! I have really been struggling with how to decorate this month so thanks for the inspiration!

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  47. Your Thanksgiving tablescape looks great!! LOVE that you brought in your own pinecones and leaves to dress the table with! and the glass canister with baby acorns and candle is lovely!!

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  48. Looks gorgeous!! I have those white plates - love em! :)

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  49. I love the real leaves! Lovely job, Natasha :) xoxoxo brynn

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  50. What a beautiful table! You need to invite some friends over to enjoy that set up!

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  51. Beautiful! I am also already looking forward to the holidays.

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  52. Great combination, love all the sparkle with your rustic table!

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  53. Sooo pretty! The colors and texture is all so great!

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  54. How did I miss your table! I love the pressed glass glassware! So pretty and you are WAY lucky to have natural decor outside your door that you don't need to fight bums for! I got into a tug of war for a branch last year with a hobo - not pretty :)

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  55. I'm on a pinecone kick too! LOVE them! http://designbuildlove.co/?p=1589

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