Apricot & Navy Harvest Table
Welcome, friends! I hope you’ll enjoy my simple & chic Apricot & Navy Harvest Table! I think you’ll find that the best part is that you can easily create your own by simply using what you already have, and a quick trip to the grocery store or produce market.
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Mixing Old & New
One of my favorite things to do this time of year is play around with the various dishes and family items that I have been lucky enough to receive. If this is your first time visiting Wynn & Roo, a common theme you will find is that I love to incorporate new & old.
For this harvest table, I was inspired by these beautiful apricot depression glass dessert plates that were passed down from my grandma. I have find & magical memories of them as a child, and I knew that would add the perfect amount of glam and nostalgia to my table. I simply layered them onto my everyday white plates, with gold chargers I had from last Christmas.
As you can see below, I have a huge piece of abstract art with this apricot color in it, so it was a natural fit in my dining room. But I have a hard time imagining a place that this soft blush color would’t look amazing!
I had the navy blue ticking fabric leftover from a project, along with the napkins which I found at Home Goods a number of years ago. I like to let the antique french farmhouse table (our first purchase for this house, which we found at an antique market in Adamstown PA) shine, so I used the runner just in the mid section.
The silver ware, brass candlesticks and pewter bread plates are all also family heirlooms and I love when I get an excuse to actually display them!
Take Cues from Seasonal Produce
The one item that I did purchase this season (but not for specifically for this) is the antler tray. I’ve already used it in so many ways – with and without the plates! If you are at all thinking about getting it, GET IT! I’m obsessed with it. It provided the perfect display for the seasonal fruit.
I finally added in some fresh fruit & flowers that gave the table a harvest, autumn feel. Fresh apples, pears and some leftover gold paint set the tone for fruit, while some apricot spray roses & eucalyptus added some soft color. I found everything readily available at my local Trader Joes.
For a completely neutral table, check out last years Gilded Autumn table-scape!
I hope this has given you some inspiration to dust off some things you may have forgotten you own, and take a little trip down memory lane.
With much gratitude, we wish you a relaxing and love filled Thanksgiving – Kate, Wynn & Roo
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