Things have been super busy around the workshop these past few weeks as we have been hitting the road to promote all things Saltwash®. The weather here in Coastal North Carolina has been amazing and, with our families slowly trickling in to celebrate the season, we knew it would be a great weekend to work on our Saltwash® Thanksgiving tablescapes.
Whenever tackling seasonal projects, we always try to use items that we have left over from previous years that may be dated, damaged or just in need of a fresh facelift. This year we styled two separate tablescapes. The first table is a rustic glam look styled with smaller Salwash’d items and a pop of metallic. The second is a more bohemian look, Saltwash’d right down to the table, with earthy elements intermixed.
Rustic Glam Saltwash® Thanksgiving Table DIY
The center trays are metal. The candle holders and napkin rings are wood. The small pumpkins and gourds as well as the chargers are plastic.
Bohemian Saltwash® Thanksgiving Table DIY
As with the Rustic Glam tablescape, we had a diverse mix of paintable surfaces. The larger Saltwash’d pumpkin centerpieces are real and make a great little vessel for the succulents. The placemats are fabric and they have been Saltwash’d as well.
The star napkin rings are actually one of our Saltwash® workshop items, usually offered as a seasonal garland workshop, but we drilled a hole right through the middle to make a napkin ring… a great addition to the ‘kids’ table too.
Happy Thanksgiving from the Saltwash® Crew. The workshop will be closed on Thanksgiving as we spend time with our friends and family… and eat a few oysters in true Coastal North Carolina tradition.