Welcome to my humble home! Hoek Photography captures our Dining Room “Thanksgiving Style.”
I wanted to inspire you all to bring nature in for decorating your table. I love mixing in nature with homemade and repurposed finds. Gold is back in folks!
The plates are from TJ Maxx and the gold silverware was a wedding gift 17 years ago. Name cards are from grocery sacks. Vintage napkins are from Value Village.
From Nature, I brought in mushrooms, acorns, plums, orange berries and leaves to adorn my table…Inspiration Thanksgiving!
That orange round fruit is called persimmons! Kind of tastes like an apple. Going to make them into a pie soon! Bread is from Costco.
The mismatched table and chairs are all from Garage Sales. The water glasses we got “free” from a free pile behind a local restaurant. Yes! we did!
Above, the platter is from TJ Maxx.
I just love decorating my hutch for each season or holiday. That green Turkey platter was scored at a yard sale in the summer for $1! Cutting Board was found in the same free pile behind the restaurant (my son helped stain it). I made the fabric pumpkin.
Love how Lyndsey, of Hoek Photography, captured all these little details. Many of my props for shoots go up for sale at Penny Lane Antique Mall in B’ham, WA in my booth. Check it out if your in the area; it’s a great store with lots to see and good prices!
Styling a shoot is a ton of work but so nice to see such pretty photos.
and lastly, me editing the scene trying to operate under, “Less Is More.” Thanks for hopefully being inspired to bring nature in to your table decor this Thanksgiving!