It’s almost Thanksgiving and I am so excited about this post today! I’m part of a fun Thanksgiving blog hop, with lot’s of talented bloggers and lot’s of inspiration for sure. And since there’s still a week to go you’ll be able to have it all ready for the day. So today I’ll be sharing my rustic chic Thanksgiving table decor with you! It is seriously so easy to have this table setting up, it won’t take long believe me.
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Rustic Chic Thanksgiving Table Decor
I used a big beige linen box spring cover. It has not been used, because it didn’t fit on our box spring and I couldn’t return it. So it has become a table cover and works great. I love the over sized look.
To add a festive touch, I added my Oma’s antique place mats. They just give a nice contrast to the beige rustic box spring cover 😉
I love these dishes in a light gray tone, they look so festive. I did not add anything else to them. The place mats have lots of embroidery and the plates a design as well so I didn’t want it to get too busy.
The center of the table is rustic and really stands out. I personally love the combination of chic and festive with rough and rustic. To get the rustic look for the center piece, I started by adding two big wood slices to the center.
I used pine cones, an antler that was painted white and olive branches for the natural touch. [You could use any evergreens you find in your park or backyard instead of the olive branches.]
My concrete candle holders worked great to break up the look of the chic place mats.
I also added one of the many wooden bead garlands I made from the beads my dear friend Michelle sent me. The wooden beads are a nice contrast to the green leaves and white antler.
I didn’t purchase anything for this table setting and just brought in nature and used what I had already. It’s fun thinking outside the box and using things [ like the box spring cover] that can totally work and make great decor.
I’d love for you to go check out all the other talented bloggers, get inspired and have your own table setting ready for Thanksgiving in no time! You can find the links below!
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