Gather 'Round the Table Thanksgiving Tablescapes Blog Hop


Happy Tuesday Friends! Welcome to the Gather 'Round the Table Thanksgiving Tablescapes and Dining Rooms Blog Hop hosted by the gracious Amber, at Follow the Yellow Brick Home. As Thanksgiving is sometimes overlooked in the rush toward the Christmas season, I'm excited to celebrate the significant holiday with lovely inspiration from my blogger friends. If you dropped by after visiting Judith at Botanic Bleu, I know you were inspired by her elegant French tablescape.... 


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I'm not a stickler when it comes to traditional colors associated with seasons and holidays. I tend to lean toward what inspires me, and when I scored these beautiful vintage green transferware dishes at one of my favorite thrift stores a few weeks ago, inspiration struck! 


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I've paired fresh rosemary arranged in one of my favorite vintage containers--a repurposed shoe shine box--with faux eucalyptus draped along my grain sack stripe table runner.


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Each place setting features tiny cornucopias filled with fresh thyme, pretty green ticking napkins that were a bargain find at Homegoods, vintage gold flatware, and my final purchase from Smitten before it changed owners, these sweet merci stamped tags--perfect for Thanksgiving. {Order fresh herbs for Thanksgiving by NOV 14, here!}


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I layered my beautiful English transferware with chalk painted chargers, and rustic natural placemats. The vintage crystal goblets are from my thrifted collection. Peeking from the right corner is my ever-evolving brown transferware collection. 


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It's a thrifted collection that has continued to grow as I find pieces here and there. {You can see more details, here!


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Here's a view of the gallery wall and Thanksgiving mantel that I shared last week. 


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In that post, I highlighted the pretty Gather sign I bought 75% off from Kirklands with my birthday money. I found this Always be grateful sign the same day for just $5!


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Here's a closer look at the mantel...


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...and the other lovely clearance art, and


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a peek through the chandy over my dining table. 


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I bought my harvest farmhouse dining table locally and new, almost 30 years ago. It's been painted several different colors over the years, but I still adore it. Several years ago, I traded the original rustic benches for French dining chairs to complement the rest of my decor. 


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Thanks for dropping by! Next up is Katie, from Just Add Sprinkles--I know you'll love her charming style!  Follow the rest of the hop by clicking on the links at the bottom of the post. 


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26 comments:

  1. Very pretty, Cecilia! Love the napkins and rosemary on the table with those pretty plates you found. I was hoping to see you use them in a tablescape.

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  2. You are blowing my mind with this green transferware pattern, Cecilia! It's beautiful. I love the way you added all of the natural accents to your tablescape and how you used the stripe napkins as well. The little cornucopias are too cute. Happy Thanksgiving, CoCo

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  3. I adore those tiny cornucopias! And with that centerpiece, your table must smell amazing! Everything is so bright and happy. Love your transferware too. Happy Thanksgiving!

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  4. I love your dishes! So very pretty. A wonderful twist from traditional browns. Your plate wall is fabulous.

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  5. Well you captured my heart with all the lovely green but now I am completely smitten with the thought of miniature cornucopias! I must have them!!!

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  6. Beautiful Cecilia and wonderfully unique! Great finds on the art signs too. Thanks for sharing!

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  7. I am loving those little Cornucopia Basket you placed at each place setting. Your whole table is beautiful.

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  8. My sweet friend, your tablescape took my breath away...it's stunning! I am like you and tend to use whatever inspires me whether it's traditional colors or not {{smiles}} I simply LOVE your dishes and the tiny cornucopias.

    Hugs to you!

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  9. Cecilia,
    Herbs are just the finishing touch for your green-inspired Thanksgiving table. The little cornucopias filled with herbs go so well with your green-striped napkins and thrifted plates. I enjoyed your table!

    Happy Thanksgiving,

    Judith

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  10. Cecilia, those dishes were a real find, and how well they go with the herbs! Wherever did you find tiny cornucopias? My dining room table features a massive one, and I'd love to compliment it with tiny ones at each place setting. What I love most is your re-purposed show-shine box as a centerpiece. Great hopping with you!

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  11. You've created a lovely and cozy Thanksgiving table Cecilia. Those green plates are gorgeous! I love how you incorporated the fresh herbs on your table. Such a great idea! And those darling little cornucopias are too cute.

    Sweet and beautiful. It was fun joining you on this Thanksgiving blog hop. Wishing you and your family a blessed Thanksgiving.

    Janet
    Rosemary & Thyme

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  12. Everything is so pretty! I am in love with your plates...my weakness!!!

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  13. Cecilia, the whole room is so pretty. I love your plate wall and those green plates on the table are perfect.

    Hope you and yours have a very Happy Thanksgiving. :)

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  14. Cecilia, lucky guests who will gather around this pretty table. Your new plates were a fortunate find. They set a pretty table, indeed and shine along with your other details. I often mix green in this time of year. I love the natural colors of nature.

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  15. Beautiful table, Cecilia! The tiny cornucopias that you placed at each setting are the perfect touch to add charm to your table. Enjoy Thanksgiving with your family!

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  16. I love the fresh herbs incorporated into the table setting. It must smell lovely at the table!

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  17. Beautiful tablescape. I especially like how you coordinated the whole room to match your English transferware.

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  18. Such a pretty dining room and a beautiful table setting. I love your green transferware dishes, they are amazing. Such an inviting space.

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  19. I think I have a major crush on your mini cornucopias with fresh thyme! And don't even get me started on green transferware...luckily have never seen any of that around;) I can't hold myself back from anything green! Fun to be hopping with you again, Cecilia! Have a wonderful Thanksgiving!

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  20. It's all so very gorgeous Cecilia! I love how all the colors you used coordinate so very well together to create a fresh, neutral look. The #blessed sign on the centerpiece is perfect - a reminder to be thankful for what we have this time of year! So happy to be hopping with you!

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  21. You had me at those green transferware plates - everything is lovely.

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  22. It all looks absolutely lovely! Those little cornucopias with rosemary (my favorite!) are perfection. Then there is the vintage plate gallery wall...swoon! Everything is beautiful!

    Thank you so much for joining the hop. Have a Happy Thanksgiving!

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  23. oh my, the pops of green are so beautiful! It is so refreshing! Wishing you a Happy Thanksgiving!

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  24. This is all so pretty, Cecilia! I love the colors and the little cornucopias are charming!

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  25. Cecilia, you have such a gorgeous dining room! Oh my, that gallery plate wall is stunning! Your table is so pretty, and I am swooning over those plates your found! Happy Thanksgiving!!!

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