Welcome to Thanksgiving surrounded by the lakes and forests of The Northwoods of Wisconsin. Welcome home to Camp Paradise, our log cabin home. I’m so glad you are here. If this is your first visit, I hope you will become a regular. If you follow my blog regularly, hello my friend!
I’m so excited to join 20 fellow amazing bloggers to share Thanksgiving table inspiration with you. This tour was organized by my friend Amber of and I’m so honored she invited me to participate! Her blog is one of my favorites! If you are coming over from Debbee’s Buzz didn’t you love her table?
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Thanksgiving in our family is typically eaten between one and two o’clock. A prayer of Thanksgiving is made by my dad while we stand behind our chairs. Then we take our plates and all line up to fill our plates buffet style. I love this little book of blessings, Saying Grace .
These ceramic pheasants I found at a local antique shop were the inspiration for my tablescape.
When the pheasants aren’t on the table they have found their home on the mantel. See my fall mantel here.
But for now they are nesting on the family table. A garland of orange berries and a cornucopia of leaves and feathers run down the middle of the table.
Late afternoon dinner by candlelight. Candles make the setting instantly special.
I don’t stress about my table being mismatched. I could only find six of my eight plaid napkins so I added green into the mix too. My collection of Johnson Brothers Autumn dishes are incomplete so I mixed in some of my other dish patterns. My table runner is a throw blanket.
My woven placemats are from Walmart. My dishes and glassware are all from local antique shops and collected over time. I collect Hazel Atlas pheasant glasses. They come in several different sizes. There are other pieces like pitchers and ice bowls that go with them as well. I tucked the napkins in the amber goblets.
If you are visiting each home on the tour in order then you are headed to the gorgeous blog of The Crowned Goat. All the tour participants are listed below so you don’t miss any of the inspiration. Just click on the links to read each post.
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Marty Oravetz says
Love you fabulous log cabin and your table is stunning too. I love that you mix and match dishes and linens, that always makes a table more interesting and inviting to me. Beautifully done.
I love every detail, Kristin! I’m seeing a lot of transferware this morning–love it! Happy to be joining the hop with you! Blessings, Cecilia @My Thrift Store Addiction
Your gorgeous home constantly makes me want to go on vacation! I love that first picture of you in the snow. It’s such a good one. As always, your tablescapes are warm and inviting. I know there are going to be so many fun memories created around this table. Every detail is perfect. Hugs and Happy Thanksgiving, CoCo
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When did you go blonde?! I looks so good on you! And I love your table. Your mismatched napkins and plates are perfect. And the throw blanket idea is genius! You always amaze me with your decorating. Everything is always inviting and so stinkin’ cute! Happy Thanksgiving.
Laura Ingalls Gunn says
I am completely captivated by this enchanting scene! Your collection of pheasants is fabulous and I adore the beautiful cabin setting.
I am loving the cabin feel. Some cozy and warm. I love your table and how you styled it for Thanksgiving. Everyone that sits around your table will feel the love. Enjoy your Thanksgiving.
Kristin, your fabulous home and furnishings are like a scene in a Thanksgiving movie! Can we all come for dinner? Love the cornucopia centerpiece. I have one on my dining room table, but it’s a much more formal setting. You always create such a warm, wonderful setting in all your posts. Thanks for the visit to your home.
P.S. I’m glad I came before you on the blog hop LOL!
Katie Mansfield says
I just love this. So warm and cozy. The mixmatched china is wonderful.
Christy little says
What a sweet book! I need to get that. Your table is just beautiful. I adore your china and those pheasants are the perfect compliment!
Stacey @ Poofing the Pillows says
Kristin, you just so have the unfair advantage when it comes to any post related to this season. A log cabin in the snow?! What could be more beautiful?
I’ve been loving your IG stories with all the flakes falling. You make it look great.
Your tablescape is perfect and the setting is even better.
Botanic Bleu says
Your Thanksgiving table is inviting and filled with the look of the season. A log cabin in the woods reminds me of the song we sang in grade school about Thanksgiving….”over the river and through the woods to Grandmother’s house we go…” Your house could definitely be the one in the song. Or be the house in a Hallmark card Christmas commercial where all the family gathers for the holiday.
Kristin, your table is beautiful and the entire setting makes me feel warm and cozy. I know your guests are going to feel the same. Happy Thanksgiving!
Your table looks so pretty! I love the Johnson Brothers dishes that you used. The pheasants on your table are perfect for fall and your pheasant mantle display is stunning. I enjoy following you on IG. My husband is a Badger and has a soft spot for Wisconsin and I’ve shown pictures that you’ve shared to him numerous times.
I meant mantel, not mantle!
Lora Bloomquist says
I’m loving your pheasants, Kristin! What a wonderful theme setter for your beautiful, rustic table. Your home’s vibe is just so perfect for the holiday season! Always love visiting! Happy Thanksgiving!
Carol Cook says
So many things caught my eye . . .
the mantel – WOW!
the black and white check runner
the beauty of your home that just calls for a Thanksgiving feast
Michelle @ The Painted Hinge says
Hey Kristin! I love your gorgeous Thanksgiving tablescape! The plateware pattern is so pretty. Love how you filled your cornucopia – I always find them challenging to fill, but you make it look easy! Everything is so beautiful and perfect for a woodland cabin Thanksgiving! So happy to be hopping with you!
I adore your Thanksgiving table – it is so welcoming! The plates are beautiful! I also love the picture of you outside holding the cornucopia- too cute! Wishing you a Happy Thanksgiving!
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Kristin, how I would love to be a guest at your gorgeous table! Your home is so pretty, warm, and inviting. Your china is beautiful and looks perfect on your table. Happy Thanksgiving!!!