Thanksgiving table… vintage gold style!

Hi all!  Paige here.  I hope everyone enjoyed Thanksgiving and I hope you consumed lots of Turkey with all the fixings!  We hosted 23 at our home in Seagrove including Anna Kay from the Tracery crew and Seleta and her crew  from over at Simply Seleta.  We had lots of fun, food, drinks, and thankfulness.  Having so many people together is always so much fun and makes the holiday so awesome!  My mom, my daughter, Mallory, and I had lots of fun creating the thanksgiving table.  I felt at sometimes like we were channeling a little Eddie Ross (do you ever visit Eddie’s blog?  If not, you should).  My mom loves to find lots of fun finds at local flea markets and antique shops so she made the perfect partner.  Of course there are some items from Tracery.  All of our fun finds along with some burlap and gold spray paint and we were off to the races!


We gathered all of the items that were for the table with our cans of spray paint!

Painting the rooster!


Rooster is almost ready!

Painting the red glass bowl.

I used these white pumpkins in a white bowl on my dining room table for a few weeks before thanksgiving.

We set the table with the dishes that my grandmother left me. The have a gold rim and gold wheat.

another view....

A view from above...

I hope you had a great Thanksgiving!  Now onto the next holiday!




old town holiday

If you are near Rosemary Beach this day after Thanksgiving you are in for a multitude of treats! The Rosemary Beach team has put together a slew of events sure to please those of all ages. Check it out:

– ‘Every Christmas Story Ever Told’ presented by The Rep, NO. Barret Square 1pm & 3pm on the 26th, Town Hall Lawn 1pm & 3pm on the 27th

-Tree Lighting 6pm sharp, SO. Barret Square-come watch them ‘turn on the town’!

-TRACERY OPEN HOUSE 6pm-9pm, Tracery Rosemary Beach. Come enjoy refreshments, light hors d’oeuvres and the beautiful gift selection!

-Lots & lots more……check it out over at the Rosemary Beach website