I had good intentions of sharing my entire home, because our rooms are all decorated too, but unfortunately I never got to photographing them. Maybe I'll end up getting to it before the end of the week. :) But maybe not. For now, here is a peak at our living room, family room and little of the dining room. It's been hard to find a day to photograph our home when the sun was shinning. It's been raining non-stop here! So, the gloomier, overcast pictures will have to do. Thank you for taking the time to stop by! I hope everyone has a wonderful Christmas!!!
Tuesday, November 10, 2015
Thanks for stopping by! Lindsey and I are super excited to share four different Thanksgiving tables we put together earlier today. All very different, but all very fun! Thanks to the great outdoors, the grocery store (for pumpkins and flowers), some Target clearance and dollar section, and the things Lindsey and I already had at our home, we were able to pull off these tables!
Our first table is our gold and black plaid table. I love the way this one turned out. Its elegant and sophisticated and we bought a lot of the items from Targets dollar section. Including the plaid runner which is actually place mats we connected together! My favorite place to shop for tables is the Target dollar bin. And...I always wait to buy fall items when they hit clearance. Usually when Christmas starts coming out. I bought all of those copper motives for $1.50!
Here is our second Thanksgiving Table! We are calling this our non-traditional vintage table. This tablecloth was my husbands grandma's and I love it! This table might be my favorite.
And then there is table number three! We are calling this our farmhouse fruit table. It's very busy and very bright! This table is not for the minimalist but we love how it turned out. Who would have thought that white pumpkins and red berries looked so good together!
And last but not least is our table we are calling, simple elegance. Because sometimes less is more! A pretty runner, some pretty flowers from the grocery store and some simple tableware and candles is all this table needed. And bright fruit in the middle makes a great centerpiece!
Thank you so much for stopping by and checking out our tables! Maybe we helped give you some ideas for your Thanksgiving table! Now tell us! Which one is your favorite?!
Andrea & Lindsey