Thanksgiving Farm Style Tablescape

My farm style inspired Thanksgiving table
 is finished!

I am ever so happy  about how it came out!

I used all of the elements I mentioned in this 
post.

Beginning with our farm table made by my talented husband.

I started my tablescape with the 
slate tiles
used as placemats.

Their size actually worked out perfectly
even with the chargers.

My
 white dish collection
layered on beautifully
with  each place setting a little different.

to accentuate the farm style inspiration
I used
 flour sack towels
for napkins.

I brought a dose of whimsy to the table
with the use of a collection of
woodland creature salt and peppers shakers.

Another farm table inspiration

milk bottles for table water

paired perfectly 
with canning and jam jars for water glasses.

I mentioned in my
style item post

that I was using tiny
 easels for place card holders.

These are from Pottery Barn years ago
now as we are lucky enough to have an expanding table

I needed to add to my collection.

I was excited to find at the art store

these
 tiny easels
and even more exciting
these
 tiny chalkboard canvases

All I had to do was use a 
pastel chalk pencil to write in this years names!

In the winter and fall
I love using
 candles
when I entertain

Not just on the table but all over the room
to create a warm and dramatic ambiance.

This year I have already
trimmed my wicks down to a 1/4 inch
to ensure there is no over burn 
from wicks that are too long.

In another nod to my farm table scheme

I chose 
a vintage bottle crate
to create a simple centerpiece
of 
candles and branches.

Candles
spread throughout the table create the 
perfect Thanksgiving glow.

Now with
 my table complete

my next fun project 

Styling my Thanksgiving Day outfit.



As always dear friends

I wish you love and joy
as you style your life








12 comments:

  1. I think you have me now on a hunt for a vintage milk crate!! I love this Tamera! Have a warm wonderful weekend!!

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  2. A beautiful table, Tamera. You have a great eye for stylish interiors. xxx

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  3. Oh Tamera, it's breathtaking! I love the bottle crate centerpiece idea, and the witty salt/pepper sets. Good reminder about trimming wicks too.

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  4. I love the bottle crate used as the centrepiece with the candles. Next time I see one of those at an estate sale I'm picking it up.

    Beautiful tablescape.

    bisous
    Suzanne

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  5. I love those place card holders. They are adorable. Everything is lovely.

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  6. Tamera I love, love your table! The slate mats are perfect!

    xoxo
    Karena
    The Arts by Karena

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  7. I would love to sit at your table. You create such a beautiful ambiance....Bon Appetit!

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  8. How wonderful photos, and more beautiful things. Everything breathes beauty and tranquility.

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  9. Love the whole table! I'm envious that you have yours done already -- haven't started here yet. I recognize the chargers -- have the same ones :) Your centerpiece is so beautiful and it creates such a nice, warm, homey feeling. Beautifully done, Tamera!

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  10. Tamera your tablescape is gorgeous! I love all these charming, rustic details... the milk bottle and jars, the bottle crate with the candles, those adorable easels ...I am such a fan of the beautiful table you have created here. Warm and cozy. Thanks for sharing, I'm looking forward to seeing your outfit.
    xo
    Leslie

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  11. Wonderful, my dear Tamera.
    Happy Thanksgiving to you and all your lovely family.
    XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXx

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