Thyme to Be Grateful Fall Tablescape


Hi there, Friends! One of my biggest priorities is to consistently cultivate a heart of gratitude, which is especially meaningful during the fall season. Not only is there the anticipation of Thanksgiving, but the celebration of autumn harvest seems to encourage a grateful heart. Today I'm sharing my tablescape and embracing a thyme to be grateful...


Thyme to be grateful fall tablescape



Of course I'm keeping it thrifty, so I've gathered my upcycled dollar store pumpkins, a thrifted flower frog arranged with wheat, and more thyme from the garden. You may remember my repurposed vintage platter chalkboard from a previous post. While I've created tablescapes featuring brown transferware, and also paired jadeite with red transferware, this is the first time I've combined brown transferware with jadeite. I rather like it!


Thyme to be grateful fall tablescape


In fact, I used two different transferware patterns. I found a pair of the Johnson Brothers Devonshire pattern, pictured below at the the 100 mile yard sale.


Thyme to be grateful fall tablescape


Other than the dishes, I kept the color palette mostly neutral, drawing from the burlap accents and the pretty detail of this yard sale tablecloth.


Thyme to be grateful fall tablescape



These sweet little luncheon napkins are also from my thrifted collection. 


Thyme to be grateful fall tablescape


Remember these tiny cornucopias? The set I found was quite large, so there are still some available here. I painted mine white and filled them with thyme. I bring out my burlap flatware pockets every fall. You can see where I originally found them here.


Thyme to be grateful tablescape


Here's a view of the full table...


Thyme to be grateful tablescape


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Thyme to be Grateful Fall Tablescape


Now all we need is a slice of pie, or two ;)

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14 comments:

  1. lovely setting. I think making a chalkboard out of the platter is a wonderful idea. love it.

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  2. Love the tiny cornucopias with the thyme ... would never have thought about that. The brown transferware with the jadeite looks very pretty. Lovely tablescape.
    Hugs,
    Audrey Z.

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  3. The Devonshire transferware looks great with the jadeite. The cornucopia are darling - painting them white was a good call! Love your cute table!

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  4. It's beautiful, love the color combo! I'm a huge jadeite fan:) The transferware is gorgeous also. I, too, am trying to remind myself daily to have a grateful heart. Despite whatever else is going on in the world, fall is my absolute favorite time of year! xoKathleen Charm Bracelet Diva {At Home}

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  5. Beautiful! A thyme to be thankful makes me smile!!

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  6. I'm just a little bit in love with the mix and match plates and the jadeite. Those little cornucopias are adorable!

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  7. So pretty, Cecelia...I love the chalkboard platter!

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  8. Very put-together tablescape Cecilia! Wherever did you get that ruffled burlap centerpiece?

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  9. Very put-together tablescape Cecilia! Wherever did you get that ruffled burlap centerpiece?

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  10. I like it all and the wheat sticking out of the wire flower frog is real charming

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  11. Cecelia,
    So pretty!! Love the colors! Thanks so much for visiting
    Hugs
    Debbie

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  12. Beautiful tablescape. Hugs and blessings, Cindy

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  13. Very pretty! I do like the brown with the jadite. Would not have thought to put them together. Thanks for sharing with SYC.
    hugs,
    Jann

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  14. Your table and way you combined dishes is very pretty. I love Jadeite. Had lot more I collected in MT and KY but dropped a box of some of favorite pieces, oh darn it. No place to show them so have few pieces left in my buffet. They stay safe there.
    Your transferware is lovely. When we lived in KY there was alot available at affordable prices, stupid me wasn't interested then.
    Enjoy your Fall weekend

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