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Plates - Love the plates! Can you please share where they are from? Thanks!
Kim Wooten wrote:
Where were the antlers purchased? - Love the decor

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Laura Gaskill added this to A Punch List for Party Decorating
3. Set the dining table. When you are having a dinner party, having the table fully set before guests arrive not only makes things less stressful, but the set table becomes part of the decor. A table setting like the one shown here looks extremely polished but takes less effort than you might think. Follow these steps to give it your own twist:Cover your table with a tablecloth or runner in a natural material like linen, burlap or wool tweed. Or, if you have a pretty wood table, leave it bare!Form your centerpiece by arranging dried moss down the center third of the table, and top it with antlers or driftwood. Nestle in a few fresh “ingredients,” like mini white pumpkins, succulents, persimmons, pomegranates or pears.Set the table. If you want to use chargers, try a metallic hue that matches your flatware or use natural wood slices. Top each plate with a piece of the same fruit or veg used in the centerpiece.8 Creative Accents to Set Your Holiday Table Apart
Becky Harris added this to At-Home Cures for Autumn’s Time Change Blues
Have a dinner party and serve tiny gourds. Just kidding — I just really like this tablescape, and we could all use a laugh!Tell us: How do you cope with short days and long nights? What do you enjoy about falling back to standard time? Please share your thoughts in the Comments. MoreHow to Create a Calm and Relaxing Bedroom10 Cozy Spots Perfect for Reading With Kids

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mitg added this to mitg's ideas
pretty idea using antlers, cream and gold

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