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Thrift Store Thanksgiving Tablescape

Thrift Store Thanksgiving Tablescape

Hey Y’all, I challenged myself last week to put together a tablescape using mostly Thrift Store Finds. It turned out so cute and I decided it would make a perfect Thanksgiving Table.

So here is how I put together a Thrift Store Thanksgiving Tablescape using thrifted, vintage items that I recently found at the Thrift Stores. In addition, other table décor was foraged from around our property. If you’d like to see more ways to decorate for Free, you can check out this blog post.

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Thrift Store items used on Thanksgiving Tablescape

First, I want to share the thrifted items I used to create this inexpensive tablescape. Here are the charger’s that I purchased for 99 cents. I believe they were so cheap because the red paint was chipping off in several places.

A coat of Copper Spray Paint gave them a whole new life, perfect for Thanksgiving.

Center Piece for Thanksgiving Table

Since I recently found 3 gorgeous heavy candlesticks, I couldn’t wait to use them on a table. In addition, two really nice hurricane candle holders were one of my favorite finds.

Thrifted Tableware

I found a large set of vintage dishes earlier this summer that I knew would be perfect for a fall table. In the meantime, these cute maple leaf plates were a steal for only $1.00 for 4.

More Thanksgiving Tableware

Amber glassware is a perfect touch for a Thanksgiving Table. Both of these were thrift store finds. The dessert cups were 6 for $3.00 and work perfectly with the glasses.

In addition, these realistic looking faux apples were a thrift store find from last year.

The Finishing Touches

Foraging for acorns, grapevine, nuts, and other free items is one of the things I love about fall decorating. Here are some grapevine wreaths I made this year and the acorns were gathered from a plentiful supply this year.

Center piece is thrifted and foraged for a unique thanksgiving tablescape.
Candle is from Antique Candle Companies Fall collection
A perfect place setting

This place setting is 100% thrifted and the cost for all these items was only $2.50 per place setting. This includes the apple, dessert cup, maple leaf plate, vintage plate, napkin and plate charger.

Antique Pewter Flatware by Barenthal
So here is how I put together a Thrift Store Thanksgiving Tablescape using thrifted, vintage items that I recently found at the Thrift Stores. You can save money and create a more interesting table for your Thanksgiving get togethers.  Farmhouse style, flea market style, trash to treasure and foraged items make this table setting for fall completely unique.
Copper Mugs are available here from B, Weiss
If you’d like to learn more about thrift store shopping here is a great post.
So here is how I put together a Thrift Store Thanksgiving Tablescape using thrifted, vintage items that I recently found at the Thrift Stores. You can save money and create a more interesting table for your Thanksgiving get togethers.  Farmhouse style, flea market style, trash to treasure and foraged items make this table setting for fall completely unique.
You can see a tutorial here to make your own wild grapevine wreaths.

So here is how I put together a Thrift Store Thanksgiving Tablescape using thrifted, vintage items that I recently found at the Thrift Stores. You can save money and create a more interesting table for your Thanksgiving get togethers.  Farmhouse style, flea market style, trash to treasure and foraged items make this table setting for fall completely unique.
Grace Upon Grace is my first cow painting and prints of the painting are available here in my store.
So here is how I put together a Thrift Store Thanksgiving Tablescape using thrifted, vintage items that I recently found at the Thrift Stores. You can save money and create a more interesting table for your Thanksgiving get togethers.  Farmhouse style, flea market style, trash to treasure and foraged items make this table setting for fall completely unique.

Korilyn Martin

Monday 26th of October 2020

Wow! you foud some really awesome thifted goodies! It all looks so great! I'm always amazed at the things I pull out of my attic that I once snagged while thfit shopping. You can pull out so many different looks when you mix and match!

rahrags@gmail.com

Monday 26th of October 2020

Korilyn, Yes, I love the challenge of shopping my own home or thrifted items. Thanks so much for stopping by. Rachel

Julie Briones

Monday 26th of October 2020

I am SO impressed with your thrifted tablescape! I would have never guessed they were thrifted items! LOVE the colors and the way you put everything together! Pinned!

rahrags@gmail.com

Monday 26th of October 2020

Julie, I really appreciate your encouraging words. thanks for stopping by. Rachel

Lora Bloomquist

Sunday 25th of October 2020

Hi, Rachel! Popping over from County Road 407. Love your thrifted finds Thanksgiving table. Adding all the natural elements definitely adds to the beauty! Pinned!

rahrags@gmail.com

Monday 26th of October 2020

Lora, I really appreciate this. Rachel

Paula@SweetPea

Sunday 25th of October 2020

You created a beautiful table with your thrifted finds. I developed a love of dishes at a young age and especially loved seeing the pretty ones that you found to use for this table.

rahrags@gmail.com

Monday 26th of October 2020

Paula, Dishes are my weakness. I can't resist a good buy. Rachel

Cindy@CountyRoad407

Saturday 24th of October 2020

So glad I got to see this tablescape. Your talents amaze me. I can never see myself making a grapevine wreath and I love the idea of using acorns. We have plenty of those around! Happy Fall

rahrags@gmail.com

Monday 26th of October 2020

Cindy, I really appreciate you sharing this with your followers. Rachel