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. 1
    Joyce says:

    I love it!

  2. 2
    Kim says:

    That’s beautiful, Debbie. I love using birds, too.

  3. 3
    kirby says:

    Love it–the browns are gorgeous!

  4. 4

    What a find those pheasants were! Love it, Debbie!
    xo Heidi

  5. 5
    Laura says:

    Very pretty. Love the pheasants. :)

  6. 6
    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.

  7. 7
    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.

  8. 8

    Your table setting looks so pretty Debbie, love those pheasants!!

  9. 9
    Helen 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!;)

  10. 10

    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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