Thanksgiving is just a couple of weeks away and many of you are probably writing up your grocery shopping list as we speak. I recently read an article that a key to planning a stress-free thanksgiving is to plan at least a month ahead. While you’ve got your grocery list done, do you have your decor planned and ready to go? I’ve found 10 stylish Thanksgiving Table Settings that are sure to wow your dinner guests.
Kid’s Thanksgiving Table Setting
A Rustic Thanksgiving Table
Bold and Beautiful Thanksgiving Table
Swoon Worthy Thanksgiving Table
A Modern Thanksgiving Table
A Blogger Thanksgiving
An Outdoor Thanksgiving
A Southern Thanksgiving
A Chic Twist on a Traditional Table
Thanksgiving with a Personal Touch
Clinton Kelly from ABC’s the Chew and TLC’s What Not to Wear has partnered with Macy’s to launch his original collection of dinnerware line called, Effortless Table. The line launches today online at Macys.com with an exclusive sale on all items. The dinnerware line features bold and bright pieces that are interchangeable and are perfect for entertaining guests.
The collection features six four-piece place settings that don’t “match” in the traditional sense; instead they coordinate. The four pieces include a white dinner plate with a richly and a complementary soup/cereal bowl.
This line is perfect for the Eat.Drink.Shop.Love reader looking to decorate their first home or apartment. The great thing about this collection is that it’s affordable too! The collection is priced under $80 but today each item is on sale for $50.
To view the collection visit Macys.com.
A few months ago I was approached by Better Homes and Gardens Magazine about being featured in their September issue. I was excited about the opportunity and couldn’t wait to share the news with my readers. The magazine hit newsstands and mailboxes across the country this weekend. I’m also sharing my favorite items from the BHG online store. Click here to view the rest of the article.
The team at Decorist recently approached me about working with them to do a mini makeover for my guest bedroom. I worked with their design team to discover my wants and needs for the space so that they could create an environment that was welcoming and homey. My goal is to have my guest bedroom complete by the end of December so I can have guests stay at my house for the holidays. Check out the inspiration board below created by Decorist for my guest bedroom.
Interested in having a room made over in your home? The team at Decorist is offering all Eat.Drink.Shop.Love readers $10 off a mini-makeover from their website when using this code decoristaEDS.
Remember when I decorated my friend’s patio last year in Home Depot’s Style Challenge? Well this year, I was tasked to use the same patio furniture and decorate my condo’s balcony. I was looking forward to making this a space where I can relax and wind down after a busy day at work.It’s become a safe haven for me as I recover. The full preview of my patio went live a few weeks ago but since I’ve been out of commission I haven’t been able to share it with you. Visit Home Depot’s blog to view the entire space.