This year for Thanksgiving we will be missing out on the traditional Thanksgiving dinner with the family so I decided to host a Thanksgiving brunch. Of course, I wouldn't be me if I didn't make a cute Thanksgiving table for brunch complete with a hanging centerpiece.
I had a bit of material left over from when I recovered my dining chairs so I decided to make a few matching napkins for the table. I love these stripes and I'm a sucker for coordination.
As usual I picked up a few things from the thrift store (well actually everything on the table; the pitchers, the candle sticks, the wicker baskets, the apple basket, the vase etc). I think I'm getting to the point where thrifting is my new retail therapy. There's something so nice about reusing mismatched items in an unusual way. Check out some of my thrifting tips here.
The hanging centerpiece is a branch from the oak tree in my backyard. I suspended it to the ceiling with fishing line and packing tape (if you try this be sure to test the ceiling first, sometimes the tape can rip the paint off eek).
Happy Thanksgiving! I am thankful for so many things.