We finished finalizing our Thanksgiving plans last week. It’s still so hard to believe the holiday season is here. I honestly don’t know where this year has gone. I know many of you are getting ready for the holidays too. As you guys know I’ve been organizing closets and drawers at home. I’ve also been getting ready for my holiday booth at The Pickers Market. With all that craziness happening I decided I needed a relaxed feel for my Thanksgiving table. And by relaxed I mean really easy. And by really easy I mean using fall décor items I’ve previously featured but in a new and fresh way. Here’s how I’ve switched it up and you can too:
This table runner is actually a blanket that I used outside for my fall porch. I found it while shopping with my Mom one day and it has become the inspiration for both my fall and winter holiday color palate.
Of course, I had to use one of my favorite combinations – transferware and ironstone.
My Mom and I also found these feathers and glass cloches while out shopping over the summer. They’re going to make a great place card holder.
I used the corn that was part of the front door vignette as well as the gourds and pumpkins that were all from the fall inspired front porch.
I found the silver leaves while out shopping a few months ago. They’re headed to my booth next week. I’m going to be ok if they don’t sell
I’ve had these lanterns forever. They’re hanging from the trees during the spring or lining the driveway during our summer parties.
Thanks to the finds on the treasure trail and reusing items from the fall front porch this Thanksgiving inspired table was easy to put together. I hope it will give you some new ideas so you can use items you already have at your house too!
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