Thanksgiving Farmhouse Table
Turkey Day is almost here! I’m totally up to my eyeballs in things to do to get ready, but at least the table is officially done!
We actually built & stained the table & bench ourselves, (using these tutorials- table -bench) as well as painted & reupholstered the chairs. It was our first ever project like this & we know it needs some work, so please don’t judge too hard!
Anyway, here’s the final product all fancied up for her Thanksgiving dinner debut!
You can see how I made the plates with Dollar Tree plates in this post here.
I used a long piece of burlap ribbon as my table runner for texture.
My centerpiece is a hurricane from Michael’s sitting on a log slice from my stash & surrounded with some gorgeous foliage from Hobby Lobby.
My family isn’t really used to eating Thanksgiving dinner on real plates, if you know what I mean. So I didn’t want to fancy things up too much. I dressed it down & added some color & warmth with the napkins.
I bought a couple yards of plaid flannel in fall colors at Joann’s & cut them into napkin-like pieces. Then I pulled at the threads to create a frayed edge. They’ll be a breeze to throw into the washer later.
I used a collection of glasses from the antique store & thrift store.
Most everything, décor-wise, is from Hobby Lobby or Target, my 2 fave places!
Those little acorn shakers came from Target, of course.
The centerpiece has to be my favorite part of the table though.
I simply cannot wait to have everyone over to sit around this table in a few days!
What are your Thanksgiving plans?!