It’s time again for Blogger Stylin’ Home Tours Thanksgiving edition hosted by my friend Lindsay at The White Buffalo Styling Company. You can start the entire loop of tours on her blog by clicking HERE. Hello everyone coming from my friend Jennifer at Dimples and Tangles. It’s a tough one to be after Jennifer because she’s the Queen of table settings. That’s what I call her. She comes up with the most beautiful colorful and elegant combinations. Don’t you think so?
This year I wanted the table setting to match the rest of my floral arrangements and decor that I had changed in our house. It’s blues all the way. And there are more thistles again too. So here is what I came up with this year.
Blue Jeans Tablescape for Fall or Thanksgiving
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I went to the thrift store with my mom and we found the little white and blue striped plates for $1.99. And also the silver goblets for $4.99 and I love them in combination with the silver and gold chargers we got for our wedding. On another day we went to Homegoods and I found the braided jeans runner and tablecloth that matches the new Chindy pillows (HERE) I just made. The rest of the table setting is what I had around the house and my favorite flowers and produce. I used cauliflower, artichokes, grapes, thistles, daisies, and some other greens from the yard.
RELATED: You might like my bog post about fall flower centerpieces if you like playing around with a variety of plants and flowers.
I cut up some old jeans to tie around the napkins.
This table setting makes the rest of our house flow well together again don’t you think so? For those of you who are visiting from another blog today and are new here, let me show you.
with the new DIY wood bead pendant light
my DIY blue jeans rug pillows for the living room:
And my new DIY yarn wall hanging using a mop head I shared last week
To continue the blog-hop loop head on over to my dear friend Cassie HERE. I always adore her table settings.