Well hellllllo there and welcome to sarahjoyblog.com!! Eeeek! That feels so weird/exciting to say, but this is officially the first post under my new URL. If you have no idea what I’m talking about you can check out my rebrand news here! I really thought it would take a little longer to get things switched over, but it all came together pretty quick. I still have few random things that need to be updated, but this URL change was the big one. Now you can find me and all of my posts at sarahjoyblog.com. Yippee! (FYI–littlevintagenest.com now automatically redirects to sarahjoyblog.com) And before I move on, I just wanted to thank you all for the support of my rebrand. When I shared the news last week I honestly didn’t know what to expect. I was SO nervous, but you all blew me away with your kindness and encouragement. I’m thrilled that so many of you understand why I’m making this change and your support means everything to me, so thank you, thank you!
Now let’s giddy on up to today’s post. I actually wanted to share a little Thanksgiving inspired decor with you guys. I was playing around in the dining room the other day and started styling my vintage cubby as a little side table/buffet for Thanksgiving dinner. It’s pretty simple, but you guys know I like simple so I wanted to share it with you all today!
We have a pretty small dining room, which means I don’t have a lot of extra space for a full size buffet table. So this old vintage cubby works pretty well instead. I styled it for Thanksgiving with a few extra plates and bowls, this cute two tiered cake stand, and of course a few pumpkins. And I even used one of my DIY pumpkin stands as little vase for a few fall stems.
I used this black wire basket to hold my vintage napkins. I simply rolled them up and tied each one with a piece of twine. I love this simple way to display the “fancy” napkins for your guests on Thanksgiving.
That yummy candle next to the napkins is poured in an antique ball jar, which is pretty much the coolest thing ever. It’s from Antique Candle Works and I think it’s perfect for Thanksgiving because it’s a little more fancy than your average candle. It definitely feels like a special occasion type of candle to me. You can find other antique candles here.
How cute is that stack of vintage books stamped fall, pumpkin, and harvest?! I got them from this little Etsy shop and I loooooooove them. Such a creative idea! They also do customized books and there are tons of great options for the holidays.
This old wooden cubby in our dining room is always one of my favorite things to style as the seasons change. I love the idea of using it a makeshift buffet table for Thanksgiving day and it’s actually just the right size for a few extra plates, napkins and table top goodies.
So glad you could drop by the blog today!! And again, thank you so very much for the support of my rebrand. Love you looooooooooong time.
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