November 16, 2011

The Thanksgiving Picture Ledge


The narrow picture ledge in the Dinning Room has been begging me for a little attention.  Since I'm hosting Thanksgiving this year I figured it was something I had better do right away!

After quickly changing out the picture frames with a pretty wreath, some candles and two silver trays the shelf is looking a little more Thanksgiving worthy.


The easily assembled floral balls I made earlier in the week adds a little more color to the mix and blends well with the wreath.


A tiny pumpkin nestled in a silver gravy boat is my favorite addition to the shelf I think.


But then again,
I'm loving the silver trays too. 
They catch the afternoon sunlight and glow in such a pretty way.
Besides the hutch and this shelf, the only other thing I've done for Thanksgiving decorating is the small shelf in the kitchen.

The top remained unchanged since Halloween and is still a favorite.  The bottom shelf was quick and easy with the addition of a pitcher of flowers and a sign I made last year.

Now that the decorating is done I guess it might be a good idea to turn my thought towards feeding my guests!  I suppose a turkey is in order.  LOL.

Talk to you soon,
Robin
 
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11 comments:

  1. Perfect! Now bring on the food!

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  2. Great option for me I don't have a mantle:( Thanks for sharing it!

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  3. Pretty! The yellow walls make everything pop.

    ♥Linsey

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  4. Very pretty! your blog is gorgeous.

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  5. Very nice Thanksgiving look. And yes, you probably should pick up a turkey.

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  6. Love the look of your beautiful silver trays with the harvest colors...perfect!

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  7. I love what you've done with your dining room shelves. All those touches of orange are just . . . yummy. :)

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  8. Hi Robin,
    Your ledges look beautiful, very simple but pretty.
    Silver always looks so elegant. The kitchen shelf is also lovely. Perfection!
    Hugs, Cindy

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  9. Love it Robin! Have a wonderful Thanksgiving and I can't wait to see all you do for Christmas this year!

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  10. Happy Thanksgiving, Robin! Hope you had a wonderful day with your family. :)

    Take care,
    Erin

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