Abigail Amira

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Entertaining & HolidaysAmy BennettComment

This week I will be sharing my holiday tablescape with lots of gold tones and beautiful greenery. I found some great antique brass candlesticks at my local antique shop which set in motion this gorgeous gold-themed tablescape.



I kept it pretty simple, first I laid down my burlap runner. Then on top, I layered on my new garland, it was on sale so I couldn't pass it up! I've had so many people ask me if I got it from the woods near our house. It seriously looks so real! Next, I added in my four new antique brass candlesticks, little wood and marble candle holders and a pretty gold bowl. I added a little candle inside the bowl to make it glow wonderfully.




I used my champagne colored placemats under my white dishes (A mix of Dollar Tree and Pottery Barn). I layered the dishes with a napkin and put a sparkly green ornament inside each bowl. And voilà I have a beautiful tablescape.



But that's not all... I added a new clearance garland to my favorite wooden sign. I also added a Christmas wreath to my front door. I rearranged my sideboard and added our handmade (by me!) stockings. I found these cute little snowflake stocking holders at my local Dollar Tree. My pup is wondering where her stocking is (Don't worry Ally, I've got ya covered).



I also hung this sweet little mistletoe up on my curtain rod. Isn't it sweet?! In my kitchen I added a cute wooden "Kitchen" sign that I picked up from The Market in Warrensburg, MO. If you haven't been there yet, it's worth stopping in. They have yummy locally made ice cream and beautiful home decor. Two of my favorite things!



I finished my room off by decorating my other furniture piece. I stacked these old cheese drums that I picked up at my local antique shops. I placed a lantern on top to balance out my three-tiered basket. I have my beautiful olive branch wreath hung above my dresser, it dried out beautifully. I stuck this sweet "give thanks" wooden sign inside the wreath. On a tray, I filled a trifle bowl with leftover ornaments, stacked some vintage books and placed this cute snowflake candle holder on top with some greenery.

What food are you excited to eat on Thanksgiving? Comment below with your answer!

Happy decorating & happy thanksgiving!