Mixed Metals + Natural Elements Thanksgiving Table

Mixed Metals Thanksgiving Table

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Hi Everyone!

Today I am back to share my beautiful late fall/early winter dining room tablescape.  Plus I have an exclusive offer to share with to save little extra on on your holiday shopping list!

I was lucky enough to be chosen by Gordman’s  for their Fall Home Campaign where twelve lucky bloggers had the chance to make over their home with Gordman’s. Today I am excited to be following the edgy and ultra fabulous Winthrop Chronicles in our awesome Fall Home Hop. To visit the next beautiful fall home on the list please across to the bottom of this post. If you haven’t had the joy of checking out your nearest Gordman’s  store I highly recommend it. With an excellent selection and great prices Gordman’s is definutley a go-to for home decorating. In addition to their already low prices they are offering you an exclusive 20% off coupon!Plus they have an excellent rewards program and a free shipping program! Win. Win. Win!

Natural and Metal Inspired Thanksgiving Table

When Fall first greets us with all of her crisp glory I can’t help but to fall in love with all of the bright pumpkin oranges, apple reds, and golden yellows all over again as you can see in my Fall Home Tour.   But as those early fall months fade away and Thanksgiving approaches I like to soften my color pallet into something a little more subdued just like mother nature softens her color pallet with her chilly frosty mornings and soft white snow dustings.

So today I am going to show you how I took a cue from mother nature and made this beautiful and transitional fall table using mixed metals, natural elements, subtle fall colors, vintage finds, some awesome DIY projects and tied it all together with Gordman’s help.

To start my beautiful fall tables I used a vintage wool blanket to layered it with my Patchwork Cable Knit Table Runner to anchor my fall table vignette. Then I added one of Gordamn’s amazingly priced Birch Branches followed by two simple fall floral arrangements. I placed in two of their Hanging Jars
lined with solo cups. With just these four simple items the stage was set for my tablescape.

To bring in a little luster I layered in some of my favorite mixed metal DIY projects like my Gilded Pumpkins and Gilded Fall Leaves.  And for that extra pop of Hollywood glam I layered in some vintage silver, gold rimmed drinking glasses and gold toned votives.

Nature and Metal Inspired Thanksgiving Table - Pocketful of Posies

To finish off my beautiful fall table I added a few more nature inspired elements with these adorable Owls from Gordman’s Holiday collection  as well as a few twig pumpkins and oversized acorns.

To mirror the mixed metals and natural elements theme in the rest of my dining room I made these beautiful reclaimed wall art pieces (upcoming post) using two of Gordman’s Round Grid Lanterns (affliate). Then I filled them using more of my Gilded Fall Leaves (upcoming post) and some pinecones from Grodman’s Holiday collection (affliate). They are perfect combnation of fall, winter, reclaimed wood, and glorious yet subtle metallic luster.

To finish off the last of my late fall decorating I layered in a little quotable inspiration with one of Gordman’s Chalkboard Stands to remind us what Thanksgiving is really about.

Just because I am so in love with the way my Thanksgiving table came together here are a few more great detail shots that I couldn’t help but to share.




Nature and Metal inspired Fall Table - Pocketful of Posies

I hope you enjoyed browsing my Mixed Metals + Natural Elements Thanksgiving Table as much as I enjoyed putting it all together. Don’t forget to jump on over to Her Heart and Soul to see how she refreshed her fall decorating with Gordman’s.

Still looking for more fall inspiration?  Check out all twelve fall decorating posts here:

Monday, Nov 16
Life On Virginia Street
What Rose Knows
Our House Now A Home
Katalina Girl
Sabby Style

Tuesday, Nov 17
The Chronicles Of Home
Winthrop Chronicles
Pocketful of Posies
Her Heartland Soul

Wednesday, Nov 18
Walking In Memphis In High Heels
The Striped House
Designer Sweet Spot
Tulle & Trinkets

What is your favorite way to transition from Fall to Winter?  I would love to hear about it in the comments below!

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14 thoughts on “Mixed Metals + Natural Elements Thanksgiving Table

  1. Cat, your Thanksgiving table is gorgeous! I have never heard of Gordman’s before I will definitely be checking them out. The owls are so fun and I love how colorful your table is. Mixing the metals was so smart. Have a wonderful Thanksgiving and take care, Tara

  2. Cat this is all gorgeous! Honestly I had never heard of Gordman’s before your post! I am really excited to check them out now! Thanks for the great inspiration and for filling me in on what will probably become another shopping addiction. 🙂

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