Thanksgiving Tablescape


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I love the simplicity of a dining table with minimal fuss but always beautiful lights that bounce off treasured collectables.  Like many of us, throughout the years, I collect décor that can be used throughout my home.  For my Thanksgiving table I start with a runner and literally “run” from there.  A bit of humor but it’s true!! Take a look at the process of building finished with beautiful fairy lights and tall white tapers.


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I am using this runner, a similar version here, I found two years ago at Z Gallery.  So lovely, white velvet, and embellished with tiny crystal stones.  Place down the center of your table or area you are decorating.


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Add glass pumpkins. There are so many adorable pumpkins you could use; real, faux, glass, metal.  Choose your look and I like working in odd numbers but for some reason I had an extra? I think perhaps a pumpkin may have been broken. Who knows…I am just going with it!

I am using three beautiful crystal obelisks, similar version here, that typically live on my entry table and candlesticks found in another area of my home. I LOVE the variation of heights and shapes. Remember: a flat table is a boring table. 😉


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Nestle delicate LED white fairy lights throughout your arrangement. I purchased on Amazon but you can find in a variety of stores and online, especially with the holidays approaching.  My lights are battery-operated and come with a remote that is programmable up to 8 modes.  I used 2, 20-foot strands. Careful, as they love to tangle! I absolutely love the way the lights and candlelight dance off of the crystal components.


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I will set the table this year, using one of my mother’s fine china patterns from Lenox. Mom LOVED collection tableware and I am blessed to inherit. Many of the pieces you see in the photos are discontinued. Incorporate your tableware; mixing and matching pieces and patterns, metals and colors.

I miss you so much mom and thank you for the memories! Enjoy!


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