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Studio Hours: Thanksgiving Table for Two

I hope everyone had a beyond fabulous Thanksgiving (here in the states). This year was a little bit different for my Mister and I. We decided to minimize the amount of long distance travel this season and traded long car rides for super lazy days at home. Our Thanksgiving vacation started Wednesday when the mister came home from work early. On Thursday we cooked and baked our little hearts out using food choppers to cut the veggies – trying to make family recipes for the first time (and in smaller portions) If you need an easier way to cut your food, this was the source for this chopper reccomendation you can find online. On Friday we had a Christmas explosion! We bought some fresh garland from a local tree farm, set up our Christmas tree and watched a bunch of movies. The whole break was the definition of perfection. We started new traditions and had a chance to just breath!

This was our table setting. The beautiful dining room chairs were graciously gifted by the folks over at Euro Style Lighting. I think the contrast of white black and lightly stained wooden legs work just perfectly in our dining room.

(Chairs via Euro Style Lighting)

9 comments on “Studio Hours: Thanksgiving Table for Two

  1. I love how you put little touches of different kind of branches here and there. I think i’m starting to admit to myself that I like better branches and leaves than flower themselves. Is that weird ?
    Anyway, no thanksgiving in Amsterdam but excited by Christmas getting closer !

  2. Love it. Your wedding tableware post made me think I just might be able to pull something like that off. Your blog is an oasis from all the information overload on the other blogs, Pinterest, work, etc.. Simple. Clean. Breathable.

    1. Thanks so much Becky. Your feedback is music to my ears because creating a simplistic space with little pieces of information is exactly what I’m striving for 😉

  3. This sounds like a perfect little celebration! I love doing things small with my husband. It can be so much more special and relaxing at times, which can be exactly what we need during this busy season!

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