A Traditional Thanksgiving Hutch...and Sharing...

November is whizzing by, and I can't believe it is nearly Thanksgiving! Recently, I brought out some of my vintage Thanksgiving pieces to decorate my white hutch!


I used black and white with colorful turkeys and spots of color...



I used some faded dried hydrangea and 
some colorful burning bush branches, too...



I love all of the vintage turkey shakers, planters, and figurines...


Silverplate pieces add tarnished metallic accents...





This old platter is 1850's era English earthenware...







Aren't these cute little vintage turkey candles?  Probably 50's-60's era, they are by Gurley...


THIS GIVEAWAY IS CLOSED
I am going to share one of these with three of my readers!  If you would like the chance to receive one of them, just leave a comment below.  Be sure you have a way I can reach you if your name is drawn.  This ends Tuesday November 15th, 9 PM CST.  
Good luck!

Until next time...

25 comments

  1. Your white hutch is always styled to perfection, Linda! It sets the tone for Thanksgiving dinner with your vintage platters, turkeys, and tarnished silver. After viewing your hutch, I'm tempted to go back to buy an old turkey platter I had in my hands yesterday at our neighborhood antique shop. Very tempting.

    Thanks for sharing and have a great weekend!

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  2. Please include my name. You always do a beautiful holiday decorating theme. ❤️

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  3. I love that cupboard, Linda. The black/white is the perfect background for your colorful turkey crew. I think we have a few of the same little gobblers!

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  4. So happy that I discovered your blog! I love seeing decorating ideas for the holidays and yours are lovely to look at!

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  5. Linda, I always look forward to seeing your pretty hutch styled for the season--just lovely!

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  6. Linda I love your white hutch and how it showcases your Thanksgiving dishes. I love the fall colors and will enjoy them until Turkey day then head on to the Christmas season. I would love one of those Gurley turkey candles. I remember them from when I was young. I would love to win one, fingers crossed! Hugs!

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  7. Some beautiful thing´s there...love the plate with the turkey.
    Have a lovely weekend, take care!
    Titti

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  8. Your hutch looks great. You have pulled all that black and white together beautifully-and yet added some color with your turkeys and leaves. I will let someone else have the pleasure of the turkey candles. I have 3 or 4 (one is in pretty poor shape) that belonged to my MIL. Those just scream 1950s, don't they...when life was a bit softer and gentler.
    Happy November weekend. xo Diana

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  9. You have some gorgeous pieces, my friend! I can't believe it. But I don't have one decor piece for Thanksgiving. Now how did that happen?
    Brenda

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  10. Hi! Your charming hutch decorated for Thanksgiving is one of the nicest I've seen because I always love a vintage or antique addition to EVERYTHING. I think the gravy boat is fabulous, too. This post really illustrates how more is better. One pair of turkeys wouldn't have made the great statement in color and shape. If I win the turkeys, I'll be looking for more!

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  11. I have a collection of turkeys, and I am pretty sure I have one like one of yours, the colorful one in front of the white platter in the center of your hutch. I also have one of the wax turkeys my mother bought years ago for 25 cents! It isn't Thanksgiving without it. I'd love to add to the collection!

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  12. I just recently discovered the beauty of tarnished silver. Love all your pieces! And the old black and white platter - what a beautiful backdrop for your turkeys! The whole hutch is gorgeous!

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  13. Very festive assortment of turkeys there! Your white hutch shows off the fall colors so well!

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  14. Love your collection of turkeys. I grew up with those sweet candles, especially the Christmas ones. How nice of you to part with some of them.

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  15. Linda, You have decorated the hutch so wonderfully. I love that big platter. I pillows in the chair are very pretty. I need to go looking for a platter like you have. :):) Blessings for a great weekend, xoxo, Susie

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  16. Include me please in the turkey give away. I want my hutch to look like yours!

    Ann
    ann@etex.net

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  17. Love your hutch and how you decorate it :) Cute turkey candles, don't enter my name as I do have some of my own. See you next week!!
    warmly,
    deb

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  18. I love the whole hutch. The black and white really sets off the autumn colors. Thanks so much for sharing, and I found some late 60's I think Gurley pilgrim candles, Im going to share. Grins, Sandi

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  19. I love everything in that hutch, so beautiful! Cindi

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  20. I love how you have your hutch decorated for Thanksgiving! What a beautiful space to be able to change around according to season or holiday. Thanks for the chance to win one of your vintage turkey candles! :-)

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  21. Beautiful collection!The turkeys look so lovely in variety of colors.

    Stopping by :)

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  22. You've got the nicest turkeys around. Bet you hear that all the time!

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  23. Linda your hutch looks gorgeous for Thanksgiving. Love all those sweet turkeys you have.
    Happy New Week.
    Hugs,
    Kris

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  24. Oh! Your hutch is so pretty! I love those plates. :)

    Happy Thanksgiving friend!
    karianne

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  25. I just love how you ring the changes.... and enjoy the seasons and seasonal special occasions. It makes me happy to read your posts.

    Karen x

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