The master in the art of living makes little distinction between his work and his play, his labor and his leisure, his mind and his body, his information and his recreation, his love and his religion. He hardly knows which is which. He simply pursues his vision of excellence at whatever he does, leaving others to decide whether he is working or playing. - James A. Michener

Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Thanksgiving Past

Thanksgiving doesn't just come to our Kitchen!

It finds it's way into every nook and cranny.

Just like the gratitude we feel

For the rich and abundant blessings

We enjoy throughout the year!

You can see that our plates are not just for lookin'good

They are also for eatin'


With Pilgrims at every setting,




Hope this gives you ideas to use for your Thanksgiving too.  Watch for this years' Table Escape soon.

Attributions:

Leaf and acorn plates from Pottery Barn
Sunflowers and flower pot from Pottery Barn
White plate- Butler's Pantry
Wood Charger- Horchow
table linen- Pottery Barn
Waterford water glass
Hurricane Candleholders w/acorns- Williams Sonoma

16 comments:

Dining Delight said...

Your Thanksgiving decorations are wonderful! It must be so nice to go to so many areas of your home and see the lovely displays! Your TG tablescape is gorgeous! I really love those acorn plates and how you put a gift on top of the nuts in them. And the individual pilgrim S&P's are fabulous! Can't wait to see this year's!

DD

The Inspired Nest said...

That is pretty fantastic! I can't wait to see what this year's table looks like! Thanks for the inspiration!
Lacy

Kezia aka Distracted Homemaker said...

Simply beautiful!

Life with L said...

Your table is beautiful...It's perfect in every way. Even the small gift is unique. I also love the acorn plate. Your pilgrims are fantastic. What a pleasure to sit at this dinner.

Andrea (Softer Side of Me) said...

I agree with Life with Linda. Such a beautiful table. Great attention to detail...good job! Andrea

Maria said...

Everything here is so lovely. You have captured the beauty and gratitude of this season. There is such a wonderful feeling of hospitality at your table and in all the photos ~
I love this time of year.
Blessings always * Maria

Mary said...

What a beautiful table & room! Love your layered plates! Your vignettes are a feast for the eyes :-)

April said...

Beautiful vignettes everywhere! What abundance--my particular favorite was the coffee table. WOW! So much to see.

Miss Char said...

Love the acorn bowls, your table is just beautiful. Thanks so much for sharing.

Michelle Jamieson said...

Sharon; I LOVE how you layer your plates... I love the picture at the top of your blog - so beachy and coastal! My favorite style! I'm new to Tablescape Thursdays and found you through the blog party. I've followed you and look forward to many more blogs from you. I hope you'll stop by & consider following my blog too!

Michelle
www.jamiesoninteriors.com

Jenny said...

What an incredibly beautiful table!!!
Love it
Jenny
www.simcoestreet.blogspot.com

A Perfect Setting said...

Beautiful! You really have a great eye for detail! Thanks for sharing!

Alycia Nichols said...

So, so pretty! I love it that you decorate all over the house for Thanksgiving!!! Your home looks lovely!

Barbara said...

Thanksgiving is my favorite and I love all the details you have throughout your home celebrating the holiday. Your table is so beautiful!

Entertaining Women said...

Of all the beautiful things at your table...the most beautiful is your lovely family. I can tell that you relish every moment of preparing for this special holiday....you do it beautifully. Thank you for sharing your lovely design. Cherry Kay

The Tablescaper said...

Love all of your beautiful fall decor. And for this season....?

- The Tablescaper