Pared Down Thanksgiving Tablescape with Dough Bowl Centerpiece
Back in the spring, I bought a dough bowl from At Home. That is one of the best home décor stores around. When it first opened I would go there sometimes twice a week, now it’s once a week or every other week. The prices are out of this world fantastic, my dough bowl was only $14.99.
I started by lining the base of the bowl with moss bringing some of it up on the sides. The next step was to add the twig and the gold pumpkin. From there I added succulents and some bowl filler. In front of the bowl, I placed a black and gold sequined pumpkin, plus a smaller gold one and added more filler on each side of the bowl.
On one side of the centerpiece, there’s an off-white pumpkin on a gold/silver pillar holder. The same pillar holder in a different size holds a mercury glass pumpkin on the other side. The twig and black/gold pumpkins came from Meijer. They were marked way down after Halloween last year.
The stack begins with a rattan charger followed by a copper acrylic one. The dinner plate is Noritake Combo. After I placed it atop the charger it felt and looked to flat. I elevated it by putting a white dinner plate underneath it. Sitting on the dinner plate is a teak bowl that is part of a set.
Ivory thrift store napkins hold the vintage cutlery. Some of it is thrifted and some from World Market.
Matching multifaceted goblets also thrift store purchases complete the table.
There you have it quick, easy and to the point.
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