Hosting family and friends in our home is one of my favorite things. I love an excuse to clean the house, bring in fresh flowers and set the table all fancy. I wish we did it more often! Today, I’m showing you a Nature Inspired Thanksgiving Table With Copper Accents . I put this table together for the Styled + Set Holiday Entertaining Tour hosted by Designthusiasm. If you are visiting from Setting for Four , I hope you enjoyed her beautiful blue fall table! After you browse through my new tablescape, you can see tons of beautiful fall tables in all different styles.
Thanksgiving Table With Copper Accents
Whenever I put together a tables cape or a vignette, it always seems to start with one piece that I want to use and then the rest falls into place. I picked up this plaid table runner at Target a few months ago I knew I wanted to use it at some point this fall. I Loved the cozy plaid pattern paired with copper and other rustic tones.
Plaid Table Runner For Fall
To add a little texture to the runner, I snipped off a few sprigs out in the yard and made sure they had some of those deep tones of fall. I love how greenery can add so much and it costs so little!
I found this little leaf chocolate mold at Michaels awhile back and thought it was so cute! I whipped up a batch of these chocolates to display on the table. So easy and festive.
Simple Rustic Fall Centerpiece With White Pumpkins
I feel like this table has a little bit of the hunter/gatherer feel to it, and it just goes to show that nature is truly beautiful in it’s simplest form.
Fall Tablescape With Copper Accents
The greenery, pumpkins grown from a local farm, small antler, wood rounds, and nuts from the fruit stand across from our house. I love that this table was put together using so many elements from nature.
DIY Fall Napkin Rings
I made these concrete pumpkin napkin rings a few years back and still love them. I bring them out every year. I made them using pumpkin candy molds and Ardex concrete. You can click the link for the full tutorial.
Please head to Ann from On Sutton Place to see her gorgeous jewel tone table!
SHOP THIS TABLE
Now please browse through all these beautiful table settings
Maison de Cinq | Decor Gold Designs | Maison de Pax | My Soulful Home
Bless’er House | Ella Claire | French Country Cottage
Designthusiasm | Cotton Stem | Randi Garrett Design | Citrine Living
Celebrating Everyday Life | Kelley Nan | Life on Virginia Street
Taryn Whiteaker | On Sutton Place | Julie Blanner
Zevy Joy | Finding Home Farms | Setting for Four
StoneGable | Shabbyfufu | Sand and Sisal
French Garden House | Town and Country Living | Becky’s Farmhouse
Taryn this is so classic and pretty…and I adore how you used the copper mugs on the coasters. Lots of ideas here for sure!
Taryn, your table is so beautiful! The colors, the textures and pattern, all of them say “welcome” and “Thanksgiving” in a gorgeous way. I am sure that every one of your guests would feel loved at your table. It’s a joy to be part of this Thanksgiving tour with you!
Lory at Designthusiasm says
Taryn, your tablescape is beautiful!! I love how the plaid runner sets the tone for the whole table and that’s the same way I work. Btw, your table itself is awesome!!
Heather Luckhurst says
Love how you mixed the plaid runner with the copper candle holder and mule mugs Taryn! The copper, gray and white colors look stunning together with the fall foliage!
I adore your table setting, it’s absolutely fabulous. Thanks for sharing
Julie Blanner says
I feel like I could just snuggle up to the table and enjoy the charming decor all day! The height of the candles adds so much character to the space.
Maureen Parsenios says
So beautiful. I love the plaid tablerunner with the white pumpkins. Inspiring!
Your table is quite seasonql and wonderfully lovely. Makes me wish we had dining area and table/chairs at this time of year. We have single wide mfg .home with no dining area at all. Sure makes me miss our home in KY Had really nice size ding room right next to kitchen was so cozy and homey. .
Ah well one less room to clean is how I try to console myself, lol. Grand Junction is pretty expensive for people to live on SS.Is much like Southern CA and Seattle also for home prices.Had we known wouldn’t have moved here.
Hope you’re having wonderful Fall and enjoying your life.
Emily Fritsch says
This is gorgeous! I am really loving the copper this season too!! Thanks for sharing :)