Tuesday, November 13, 2012

Thanksgiving Sideboard

I showed you my Rustic Thanksgiving Table yesterday 
with the Vintage Walnut frames used as chargers.  
I am really trying to keep things simple for Thanksgiving.  
I tend to go overboard at Christmas 
so I have to save my energy!  
So in keeping with the simple and rustic look here is my sideboard all dressed for Turkey Day.

I placed some green apples in a silver bowl and embellished them with some evergreens from the yard.  
I love simple things like this that make a big impact.  
And who is this photo bombing my apple shot?  
It's Mr. Pheasant from the Mission Road Antique Mall. 
 I went one Sunday with my BFF and 
we strolled around and had lunch there.  
They make the most fantastic Turkey sandwich 
with cranberry sauce!  YUM!  
He was the only thing that I brought home that day.  
Isn't he cute?  
I placed him in front of my Vintage Turkey Platter.  
There are no markings on the back of the platter that was handed down to me from a dear family friend.  
I have had it at least 20+ years 
so that alone makes it Vintage right? 
I used my silver candlesticks from Nell Hills with the chunky Autumn colored candles that I found at Pottery Barn.  
Three acorns on steroids are casually hanging out in front of the candles.  Are those not the Biggest Acorns you have ever seen?  Hobby Lobby must juice those babies up before they put them on the shelves.  
I really like the way that this grouping coordinates with my landscape paintings.  Maybe I am just a Fall kind of Gal!  
Thank you for all of your kind comments on my Rustic Thanksgiving Table!  
I read each and every one and try to respond in kind.  

Until Next Time,
Beaux R'eves
XO Cindy

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Olive said...

Hi Cindy, I love the turkey platter and these days they are expensive. I have been looking for one. The whole sideboard is splendid. I would like to feed your enormous acorns to some pesky squirrels I have here. Happy Thanksgiving, Olive

Leslie's Garden said...

I love the silver bowl with the pretty green apples and pine trims. I have a very similar bowl and think I will try to replicate your look. I also love your table centerpiece.

Alycia Nichols said...

SUPER pretty, Cindy! I love the apples in the Revere bowl. Simple and to the point...and gorgeous! I've never been to the Mission Antique Mall. I don't know why not. I'm just weird sometimes!

Barb @ The Everyday Home said...

Once again, just gorgeous. Beauty overfloweth in your home. :)

ℳartina @ Northern Nesting said...

Beautiful vignette!!

Blondie's Journal said...

This is gorgeous, Cindy! I love adding fruit to my holiday decor and I love the silver bowl. Wonderful job. Are you all set for the holiday?

XO,
Jane

Coastal Cottage Dreams said...

Lovely sideboard. The apples look beautiful along with greens in bowl!

Shenita @ Embellishments by SLR said...

Cindy, your sideboard is so pretty. Love the pheasant, with your turkey platter. You always create such beautiful vignettes!

Sonia said...

Gorgeous vignette and sideboard and beautiful room!
Miss Bloomers

Martha said...

A very pretty sideboard display.

Marlee said...

Acorns on steroids! Hilarious!! Your sideboard looks fabulous and I gotta say that Mr. Pheasant is a handsome fellow. Happy Thanksgiving!

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Christian said...

with the Vintage Walnut frames used as chargers. ... asvintage.blogspot.de

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