SDV DÉCOR – FEATURED ON GOOD MORNING WASHINGTON
On November 15, 2017 I had the pleasure of visiting Good Morning Washington on News Channel 8. I was brought on to inspire some viewers on how they can decorate their harvest table this year. Not only do I give options that are store bought, but I also provide options that you can create with your family. A harvest table is a nice way to add some festive décor to your holiday dinner! I will be sharing my inspiration, the process and the final product within this blog. Make sure to tag us @sdvdecor with your recreated harvest tables.
These pictures below inspired my rustic yet glam harvest table. I loved the use of copper painting over white pumpkins. I was inspired to use copper and gold’s throughout my harvest table as well. With my harvest table, I also wanted to make sure I incorporated earthy tones bringing a bit of the outside inside to the harvest table.
I started my process with gathering my supplies for the DIY portion of my harvest table project. I purchased some acorns, paintbrushes, glitter sticks, spray paint, two lanterns, plastic pumpkins of various sizes, four succulents, faux moss and clear tacky glue. I gathered pinecones and started with the then because I wanted them to be glam! I decided to spray paint them metallic, copper, or white with some added gold glitter. My kids helped me add the glitter in the creases of the white acorns while I spray-painted the rest of the acorns and plastic pumpkins. I proceeded to add my preferred designs on the pumpkins by first stenciling with tacky glue then adding the glitter. Once I was done with the DIY portions of my project I began to set everything up. I made my table a mix of copper, gold, white and metallic with a mix of greenery. So, I made sure that wherever there was glam there was some green close behind. I placed the faux moss balls in the lantern before adding the acorns and I also added a succulent after setting up all the copper and white spray-painted pumpkins. I purchased two centerpieces that included the use of sticks and moss to hold up a candle beautifully. After setting up all my centerpieces I added two very tall wine glasses and classic white glassware. I finished my table off with a framed picture of a family member who we have lost, but have not forgotten.
The Final Product
Watch me on Good Morning Washington: Thanksgiving Harvest Table Set Up with Keisha Gilchrist of SDV Decor