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Sunday, November 18, 2012

On the table...

Since our younger daughter and her husband will be hosting Thanksgiving at their home this year, I haven't had to be concerned about a proper tablescape.  But I have changed out a few things on the table last week. I filled my ironstone tureen with about 10 paperwhite bulbs and sat it and my white velvet pumpkin  on my dark harvest-y vintage tray.



The Dining Room has beautiful soft light most of the day.








I took out the "orange" leaves in the windowbox centerpiece
 and in their place added some faux evergreens.


adding a little "Winter" and removing a little "Fall"


But a bigger change came on the table by swapping out the dark grain sack fabric for this lighter creamy burlap fabric, which I just folded over once lengthwise and left the edges raw. I like the lighter burlap for this week which will soon be changed out for Christmas. I found a wonderful antique grain sack with a red stripe on Etsy from Austria. I'm planning on adding it over the burlap for my Christmas Season tablerunner. I'll share that with you soon, and the Etsy shop I purchased it from.


A set of my lambies approve.


See you Monday morning for
The Marketplace,
where we list our Etsy and Online Boutique Stores
then shop our little hearts out.


I'm joining in for these parties:

Sunday Showcase at Under the Table and Dreaming
Make it Pretty Monday at The Dedicated House
Nifty Thrifty Tuesday at Coastal Charm
Tweak it Tuesday at Cozy Little House
Cowgirl Up at Cedarhill Ranch
Blissful Whites at Timewashed
Wow Us Wednesday at Savvy Southern Style
House Party at No Minimalist Here

Have a wonderful Sunday,
xoxo,

34 comments:

  1. Its all so pretty, love the look it is so inviting and not over done. Terrific!!

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  2. Very pretty. Love the soft light that comes into your dining area.
    Kris :)

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  3. The lamb is darling. Love the center piece.

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  4. Debra,
    Tranquil transition between Thanksgiving and Christmas decor! I didn't make it back in time to get the paperwhite bulbs at our store! But then, there's always "next year"...thanks for sharing the progress of your with me, dear friend!!!
    Fondly,
    Pat

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  5. Hi Debra... everything is so pretty, and I just love your little lambs... I will be at your Marketplace tomorrow, and you know I was thinking... you should do a Marketplace for the Friday after Thanksgiving (I hate the term Black Friday!)... and call it Shop With A Blogger Friday or something... (you know, like Shop with a Cop, which is what I still call it when Jack takes me shopping... he's a retired cop, you know! tee hee hee )... then we can sit at home in our jammies and sip coffee and shop and think how happy we are not fighting the crowds!... xoxo Julie Marie

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  6. Hi Deborah,

    I am not sure if you saw my post on Thursday:

    http://decortoadore.blogspot.com/2012/11/acorn-elves.html

    I still have 10 elves that need a good home to help Ceekay realize her dream.

    Is it possible you could include a wee mention in your marketplace post tomorrow?

    I understand if time prohibits this.

    Thank you and happy Thanksgiving!

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  7. Debra, this is just STUNNING!! I wish I'd thought of starting some paperwhites earlier! On Thanksgiving we've been invited to someone's house for dessert and what an awesome hostess gift something like this would have made! As always, love your little lambies!!!... Donna @ An Enchanted Cottage

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  8. Your paperwhites are doing wonderful...I love them in that old tureen. You really do get great light in this room, everything looks beautiful!

    XO,
    Jane

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  9. Gorgeous....just love the whole tablescape! Happy Thanksgiving!!!
    ~Des

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  10. Pretty Pretty!!! I have never tried Paper Whites. I love them though. I'm not doing Thanksgiving here (since it's our turn to do Christmas) so I've started sneaking in a few Christmas things already. Have a wonderful Thanksgiving. I am so thankful for my blogging buddies.
    Charlene

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  11. JUST gorgeous.
    Love the bright clean whites.
    So refreshing.... like a new snowfall.

    Dreamy!

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  12. I wish I had a room with more sun and I'd plant paper whites. Have to walk around and see if there's any place. Is it too late to plant them?
    Brenda

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  13. It looks lovely. Those paperwhites are going to look gorgeous in that white ironstone planter.

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  14. The cast lamb is gorgeous! Wherever did you find him??

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  15. I looked for paperwhites, but couldn't find any, so I'll have to look earlier next year. Your table looks lovely and just think, no gravy stains to ruin your runner! Have a Happy Thanksgiving!

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  16. I love the container you put your paperwhite bulbs in. I know that is going to look so pretty once they finish growing. I like the white burlap used on your table. I always forget about the white color. Can't wait to see your Christmas decor as it gets started!

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  17. HI, I WANDERED UPON YOU :) PLEASE STOP BY & SAY HI. I LUV YOUR BLOG GIO

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  18. Oh Debra....what a beautiful centerpiece! I love the way you transition your house season to season. It's easy, gentle and and so serene. :) Have a blessed Thanksgiving, my friend!

    xoxo laurie

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  19. Debra, I don't think I told you. You actually motivated me to plant paperwhites this year. I'm curious to see how they do. Do I need to water them alot? BTW your photos are gorgeous.
    Leslie (aka Gwen Moss)

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  20. You have motivated me to plant some paperwhites...your table is just gorgeous! Have a blessed Thanksgiving. Hugs, Penny

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  21. Your table looks so nice. I love the paperwhites and the table runner. Everything is beautiful!

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  22. I want a big ironstone tureen so bad! I love the bulbs in it, I was about to go buy some for a photo shoot this week. Now I just need a tureen!
    And I want that chippy lamb too, cute!

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  23. So pretty! Thank you for the reminder.
    I have a soup tureen that is screaming for some bulbs!

    ~Liz

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  24. I think I may go get some paper whites this year. I keep seeing posts on them! I love how they look in the white ironstone. Beautiful!

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  25. Your dining room looks so pretty! I love your centerpiece! and... all the white, especially with the wonderful fresh looking greenery and paperwhites. I want to leave work right now, and go get some paperwhites started!!!

    Cindy

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  26. This looks lovely. Happy Thanksgiving to you and your loved ones! I would love for you to visit me and see the centerpiece at my Thanksgiving table I am visiting you from Savvy Southern Style!

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  27. Your table is beautiful, Debra--doing the paperwhites in a soup tureen is lovely, as is the light burlap table runner against the dark tray and tabletop--pretty!

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  28. I love your table and how you displayed your paper whites. So pretty! Just perfect for adding a little Christmas! Happy Thanksgiving too!

    jody

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  29. This looks lovely!! I love the smell of hyacinths too - they add such fragrance to a room. You've made a beautiful vignette. Thanks for sharing! J9 x

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  30. Hi Debra, the Paper whites in your ironstone looks lovely. The added touches with the burlap are such a pleasing vignette. I planted my Paper whites last week and it always amazes me at how quickly they grow. Thanks so much for sharing with Share Your Cup. Hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving celebration.
    Hugs,
    Jann

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  31. Love this and it would be a great way to use my "topless" ironstone tureen!

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