Thanksgiving is just a week away! You’ve sent out the invites, planned the menu, and the turkey is ready to be roasted. But have you planned your table setting yet? No other holiday centers around the dining room the way that Thanksgiving does and a well thought out display will make a big impact on your guests. If they’re going to spend 5 hours sitting around the table, you want it to look good! Here are ideas for three different tablescapes you can pull together in time for dinner:
Get inspired by the colors of fall harvest with a lush tablescape of wine purple, pumpkin orange, green bean green, and pecan pie chocolatey browns.
Artesia Honey Rattan Charger Plate from Crate & Barrel
Bread Street White Dinner Plate from Royal Doulton
Grape Napkin Ring from Z Gallerie
Fiesta Merengue Flatware from Macy’s
Carnival Color Wine Glasses from Amazon
Nature of Green Table Runner from Novica
Go for true wow factor with a metallic table. Deep bronzey gold is a trendy look for tableware and the light it reflects will make your dining room sparkle and dazzle your guests.
Brushed Gold Charger Plates from Shop Wild Things
Dauville Gold Glazed Dinner Plates from Burke Decor
Rolled Leaf Napkin Ring from One Kings Lane
Rush Gold Flatware Set from CB2
Cheers Party Wine Glasses from Mikasa
Gold Dot Table Runner from Bed Bath & Beyond
Fall Gold & Rose Flower Centerpiece from Etsy Shop Purrfish Studio
Traditional doesn’t have to be boring. Keep with a rustic theme to harken back to the original Thanksgiving. Fall leaves, wooden serving bowls, a turkey or two, and just the right amount of plaid make for a cozy, welcoming table.
Denver Plaid Rim Dinner Plates from Pottery Barn
Falling Leaf Napkin Ring from Bed Bath & Beyond
Walnut Wood Spoon Set from William Sonoma
Cristal D’Arques Longchamp Wine Glasses from Macy’s
Lillian Rose Rustic Burlap Table Runner from Wayfair
Decorative Turkey Centerpiece from Z Gallerie
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