Sunday, November 22, 2009

Dare to DIY - Entertain

This week is all about entertaining - setting the table. I will not be hosting Thanksgiving this year, but if I were this is what my table would look like.

I like to keep things simple. I used what I had and colors that I really like. I also may have borrowed a few things from my mother's house.

What I Used
dark turquoise place mats for a pop of color
bronzish chargers borrowed from mother
my white plates and bowls
brown napkins to warm up the color scheme
a pumpkin in each bowl
centerpiece - a hurricane filled with plastic pumpkins and gourds

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  1. I love the turquoise mixed with the brown. And the pops of white are great!

  2. I like that you used blue. Very unexpected for a Thanksgiving table!

  3. I love the turquoise. And, I love the pumpkin in the bowls. Adorable.

    Great work... and even more impressive that you aren't hosting Thanksgiving. =) My fall stuff is alredy put away for that very reason. =)

    Thanks for hanging with us this week.

  4. I love the brown and blue combo. Looks great!

  5. Blue + Brown= great. Plus, I love the simplicity. Sometimes people get a little carried away with the accessories.

    I like the napkin arrangement. Good idea!

  6. It looks great! You did such a great job! I'm actually jealous! :)

  7. Love the colors (I think EVERYONE does!). The pumpkins in the bowls are too cute.

  8. Very pretty, and so fresh and classic. Nice job!

  9. Love the turquoise - how fresh and clean! Nice work.

  10. What a beautiful tablescape! I love the colors!

  11. What a fun color combination. Your table looks very festive and fun! Well done.

  12. your centerpiece is perfectly fall!

  13. I love the white pumpkins in the bowl. They are such a cute and simple accent!

  14. I also love the unique color combo. The pumpkins in the bowls are also a great touch!


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