I'm finally getting some time to catch up on the stacks of decor magazines I receive each month. I think I have over 15 subscriptions. I came across this home featured in Traditional Home located in Aspen, Colorado and immediately fell in love.
Thought I'd share my Thanksgiving table place settings with you. I love using simple, organic, and not too over-the-top items to create a welcoming place at the table. Fresh herbs and fruit, things you can either find in your yard or at your local grocery store, work perfectly.
This year I took an element I used a few years ago, but always love, rosemary sprigs. Not only does it look good, it smells amazing! Just as Thanksgiving should be. I tied each napkin with a pretty silk ribbon and a paper tag with each guests name.
It is definitely a winter wonderland here. Can you believe we were actually colder than the North Pole yesterday? Crazy! This is really rare for this time of year. We will not be above freezing until Thursday.
Here's how my outdoor dining table looked when it started coming down. The winter pansies are so pretty under the snow. Can you see the snowflakes falling?
I'm so excited to report it's snowing outside! This is pretty early for snowfall here in the Seattle area, but I love and welcome it. So what's a girl to do? How about some stylish accessories to keep warm and toasty? Here's a little round-up from Anthropologie...