Posted: November 8, 2018 at 9:52 pm
Thanksgiving Tablescapes That Fit Your Style
Before you dress the turkey, you need to dress the table. We’ve curated Thanksgiving centerpieces, settings, and tablescapes that run the gamut from industrial to farmhouse style. Read on to find out which one’s right for you.
The open floor plans, high ceilings, and natural lighting of an Urban Industrial home make it a perfect, spacious venue for hosting Thanksgiving. Follow the tips below to bring your industrial look together while your friends and family gather round.
Urban Industrial furniture is often substantial in size and dark in color. Incorporating lots of whites and grayscale components creates a color block scheme that lightens up the room.
Mixed metals, natural elements, and complementary patterns are a great way to add an industrial aesthetic to the dining room table.
Repurpose your favorite bottles of wine and add some amber waves of grain to create simple décor elements that marry the manmade with the natural.
Copper Pipe Candelabra
There’s nothing more Urban Industrial than exposed brick, rafters, and ductwork. Cooper pipe candle holders embrace the reclaimed warehouse nature of the style.
From farmhouse to Thanksgiving table. Autumn Farmhouse décor is a natural fit with this bountiful holiday. Get inspired by the modern farmhouse tablescapes below.
Must-Have Mason Jars
Mason jars are a mainstay of modern farmhouse décor. And, they’re easy as pumpkin pie to integrate into your Thanksgiving table centerpiece.
Mad For Plaid
Mix and match plaid is the latest fall fad. Create your own contemporary country look for Thanksgiving with this trending style.
Gingham is the poster child pattern for Autumn Farmhouse style, and it has a well-deserved place at any Thanksgiving table.
Don’t Forget The Burlap!
Can you even call it “farmhouse” if there’s not an element of burlap? Etsy has an excellent collection of Thanksgiving-themed table runners that complete the picture.
The most traditional approach to Thanksgiving on the list. Appalachian Craftsman décor embraces the quality workmanship of handmade items and common, time-honored stylings.
Old Fashioned Formality
You can’t go wrong with the classics. Vintage-patterned plateware, traditional fabric patterns, and a formal place setting creates a modernized down-home aesthetic.
A table runner is a great way to maximize your Thanksgiving tablescape, even with minimal tablespace. Choose a quilted one for a warm and cozy ambience.
Cute And Quaint
Save room for dessert! This adorable pie pennant is the perfect ending to a stylish Thanksgiving feast.
Sleek yet inviting, Suburban Charm interior design marries traditional and modern styles.
Clean And Serene
Formal settings, grayscale tones, metallic accents, and pops of rich color set at a streamlined table are quintessential Suburban Charm.
Grayscale And Glimmer
Combine a cool, neutral palette with warm golds and bronze for a formal look with a relaxed feel.
Pick a motif and stick to it for streamlined elegance. This example from Martha Stewart embraces seasonal squash.
Wanderlust Bohemian style is comfortable, welcoming, and relaxed. That’s what Thanksgiving should be all about.
Pick a general color palette, then mix and match your way to holiday bliss. Add a succulents and woven fabrics for exotic flair.
Yay For Crochet
Nothing says “vintage bohemian” like knits and crochet. Incorporate these beloved belongings of yesteryear for a traditional and unconventional Thanksgiving spread.
Pile on the patterns for a truly unique and eclectic table setting.
Cushy and Comfy
Non-traditional seating, like poufs and floor pillows, are casual and out-of-the-box. And, it makes an easy transitional to naptime after you’re nice and full of turkey.
Happy Thanksgiving from our table to yours!