THANKSGIVING TABLESCAPES: WHAT'S YOUR STYLE?

This year will be the first year that we spend thanksgiving with just our family. No grandparents, cousins, aunts or uncles - just small and intimate, and most likely we'll eat lobster rather than Turkey. Call it unconventional - but I think that its a great excuse to start a few traditions of our own. I've seen so many beautiful tablescapes for thanksgiving, and I can't quite decide which one I would prefer...


simple and atmospheric - focused on food and conversation?


glamorous and in high style - with overflowing champagne?


colonial flair - focused on the tradition of the holiday?


clean and contemporary - with great design detail?


 or, traditional with a little high style flair - focused on the intimate affair?

[via] sarahs white blossom, the decorista, martha stewart, coco + kelley, simplified bee

Labels: , ,

luxe + lillies: THANKSGIVING TABLESCAPES: WHAT'S YOUR STYLE?

Wednesday, November 24, 2010

THANKSGIVING TABLESCAPES: WHAT'S YOUR STYLE?

This year will be the first year that we spend thanksgiving with just our family. No grandparents, cousins, aunts or uncles - just small and intimate, and most likely we'll eat lobster rather than Turkey. Call it unconventional - but I think that its a great excuse to start a few traditions of our own. I've seen so many beautiful tablescapes for thanksgiving, and I can't quite decide which one I would prefer...


simple and atmospheric - focused on food and conversation?


glamorous and in high style - with overflowing champagne?


colonial flair - focused on the tradition of the holiday?


clean and contemporary - with great design detail?


 or, traditional with a little high style flair - focused on the intimate affair?

Labels: , ,

4 Comments:

Blogger Laura Keller said...

Love them all! I think the first would be my favorite though. Like you said, it's more conducive to conversation and company. As beautiful as some of these tablescapes are in photos, I imagine that they're not super-practical. Sounds like you've got a wonderful if not slightly unconventional Thanksgiving planned and I hope it goes splendidly!

November 24, 2010 at 6:55 AM  
Blogger ceo said...

I love the first photo.. so chic.. Enjoy the lobster on Thanksgiving and your special time together.....

xxx
CEO

November 24, 2010 at 7:02 AM  
Blogger ASHLEY said...

All of them are so lovely! Have a wonderful weekend Keely!

November 24, 2010 at 8:09 AM  
Blogger Christine said...

the first photo - but i must say that my family is so big we have to eat in three different rooms at not-as-chic tables! ahhhh! one day though, my thanksgiving will look like the first photograph.

thanks for sharing, love your blog, have a happy thanksgiving! xoxox

November 24, 2010 at 10:06 AM  

Post a Comment

Thank's for leaving a sweet little note! It makes my day!

Subscribe to Post Comments [Atom]

<< Home