Pheasant Fall Tablescape

This summer when I found these brass pheasants at Goodwill, I knew they’d be the center of attention on my fall table.


It was love at first site, the jumping off point for the natural setting.


The floral centerpiece is a small urn filled with greenery, sticks and a bird nest.



A real feather at the top of the setting and a small pumpkin centered on the salad plate.


A couple of weeks ago we switched the dining table with the kitchen table and I love the refreshed look.  You may remember this table <–see the before.


The birds, pumpkins and florals just pop off the black table :)

dining room

It feels like I have a new space.



What’s on your table?

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  1. chris says

    My mom had these in our dining room for years. They each weighed about 6 lbs. Thanks for letting me admire a beloved item from the past. The room looks elegant.

  2. Rachel says

    I love the pheasants and have been searching for some old, brass animals at my local thrift shops. I have a wooden box with raffia and small pumpkins on the breakfast room table. The dining room table is project/office central right now. Not pretty.

  3. says

    Debbie, your pheasant post reminded me that I’ve been planning to Rub ‘n Buff my pheasants! Your urn just reminded me of one I haven’t even taken out of the box. Thanks for jogging my memory!;)

  4. says

    I have two brass hen pheasants; pretty but without that beautiful tail ! Can I have your permission to use one of the photos in your article, and do a feature link to it?

    Beautiful arrangement!


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