The holiday season is a favorite. It's so easy to skip over Thanksgiving and go straight to Christmas decor, but I think Turkey Day really deserves its special decorations too. I host each year for Thanksgiving, so I like my home to keep the warmth and earthy tones until after the big meal!
I typically layer my table with pieces from my entertaining collection- some new and mostly old or vintage! I shared all the items I used for my table and similar items too! Happy Hosting!
For each setting... Pairing blue and orange is such a classic combo for Autumnal styling. I played off this combo with the glasses and place setting. My blue & white are from Williams Sonoma and wine goblets are brand new to House of Blum!
I've always enjoyed the process, planning, and styling when it comes to hosting! I love sharing my passion through House of Blum with you all too!
For the centerpiece... I used a large bread bowl filled with gourds and mini pumpkins of all shapes and colors to bring the season inside. My husband, David, is a hunter so I layered a few antlers in the bottom of the bowl for some dimension. I then stuck pheasant feathers upwards around between the pumpkins to create height and interest. This is an affordable and impactful arrangement that can be accomplished beautifully by season decor around your home!
One of my new favorite items at House of Blum is our cordless lamps. I used two of the Gold Leaf Cordless Lamps here to add ambient lighting. They turn on with the touch of a finger and will hold a charge well through a meal! I also added our Elizabeth Candelabras and a few pheasant candlesticks from Williams Sonoma. I love mixing silver and gold to celebrate! The patina on both live finishes is beautiful and stately!
I would love to see how you set your Thanksgiving tables this season! Please email your photos to email@example.com so I can see them! Cheers, friends!