I love to be able to incorporate both natural and coastal elements in my interior designs. With Thanksgiving just days away, I wanted to share some inspired table tops with both natural coastal elements. Thanksgiving is a perfect time to use the natural greens and gourds that signify the fall harvest. The images below also incorporate coastal style.
I fell in love with this Holiday display! The greenery and flowers are gorgeous alone, but combined with the velvet pumpkins in coastal hues this table is sooo elegant! I also love the rustic elegance of the furnishings and accessories. The pine table and the tufted wing back settee along with the slip covered dining chair makes a beautiful place to dine.
The dining room above has that casual coastal vibe that can make everyone feel at home. I love the green and white pumpkins arranged in the center of the table with starfish mixed in, adding that coastal touch. For me, this table displays so much to be thankful for, land and sea! The place settings here also have a nice touch with the textured cable knit place mat and napkin holders that also feature a starfish. Check out the details on Lauren McBride’s Blog
This table scape features my favorite coastal color, sea green (or seafoam, or aqua, or…so many names you can give this color). The natural elements like the the greenery and white pumpkins are beautiful of course, but the charger at each place setting, made of sliced wood, really brings the outdoors in. I also love the warmth of the copper cutlery. See more details on G. Lebron Interiors blog.
There is no denying the coastal vibe of this Thanksgiving table! Crisp blue and white take center stage here, but the natural elements like the mini pumpkins and pine cones are the reminder of the Thanksgiving harvest. I can just picture a roast turkey and mashed potatoes at this table. The contrast of the food against this back drop would be divine.
The textures and color in this room are scrumptious. The blue and beige color scheme are nod to the coastal style I love. The bunches of wheat and those white pumpkins (again!) bring the harvest to the table. Notice the slipcover over the wood side chairs? What a clever way to dress up the dining room for the holidays! There are many more images of this cozy dining room on Home Stories A to Z if you want to see more details.
So, this image is very focused on the place setting, whereas the other really showed the whole room, but I had to share it. There is something very fresh and modern about this table setting that I love. You have the natural elements and the coastal colors, but the greenery used here is succulents which are so easy to care for that you could have them long after Thanksgiving. I’m not sure what the branch is, but looks like eucalyptus perhaps.. The graphic napkin is so fun! What a great way to celebrate your Thanksgiving guests. I also like the gold cutlery. Just like the copper in one of the other images, it adds a warmth to the table as do the wicker chargers under the dinner plates. This table is both elegant and fun. Love it! If you are interested in more Thanksgiving Table ideas, Becki Owens has 10 more where this came from. Check it out.
Well, that’s it from me. I know it’s been awhile since I’ve posted on the blog, but that is due to the growth of Sea Green Designs. I have so much to be Thankful for this year. My interior design business has grown tremendously, and I’m very grateful for the support of my clients, as well as my family, friends, and colleagues who are helping Sea Green Designs grow.
Wishing you all the Happiest of Thanksgivings!