Thanksgiving is all about sharing a meal together around a table, so it is the perfect occasion to really take some time to make your table beautiful! There are endless possibilities when it comes to tablescapes, but here are some of my favorites with some tips on how to achieve a similar look.
This table from Dear Lillie really starts to shine when it gets dark out. Her use of candles really makes this a warm and welcoming table. I love the simple color palette, especially those heirloom pumpkins. However, my absolute favorite part are the wood slice chargers! What an amazing way to add texture!
Break out your blanket scarves because I'm in love with this plaid blanket as a table cloth. But actually don't use your blanket scarf, but instead reach for a flannel blanket with minimal fluffiness to avoid your mashed potatoes to be garnished with fuzz. This tablescape is completed with lots of warm tones and vintage pieces.
This set-up is probably the least traditional thanksgiving table set-up. There is not a pumpkin to be seen, but I think the gold tones and feather details still evoke a sense of fall. Gold and black is always a classic combo and this table does it well. I love the added texture with the pears and artichokes in the centerpiece.
I love how bright this table looks while still being very fall with lots of pumpkins and texture! The off-white and slightly wrinkle tablecloth plays well with the gray table runner. The use of lot of different textures and heights in the unconfined centerpiece is beautiful. This table goes to show how neutrals don't have to be boring.