Hello all! I hope you’re staying healthy and happy!
No matter how you’re celebrating the Thanksgiving holiday — I say do it up
right! If there was ever a year to be extra, this is it! I thought it would be
fun to do a tablescape since I haven’t done one in forever. I did two
looks…one more neural and one with color.
I absolutely love how they turned out! Both are simple table displays that could
easily be changed up just a bit for Christmas as well.
this fall scarf
draped over the table and then added everything on top:
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use linens to make other stuff
around the house too! 😉 Change it up with a thin blanket or seasonal scarf draped over the table instead.
pretty to incorporate those colors. I used this chalky Krylon
spray paint in
the color Anvil Gray
to coat a few of the faux, bright orange pumpkins I have in my stash:
I LOVE this color and am trying to figure out where else I can use
I layered up my favorite dishes and added those simple tags to mini
cutting boards with leather string. (Found those boards at Hobby Lobby half
off — $2 each!):
I layered my olive branches and a few eucalyptus leaves in the middle and
it turned out beautifully! I’ll list everything I used at the bottom of
the post in case you’re interested.
They are a classic! Mine are vintage but you can find
similar brass candlesticks here.
The “vase” in the middle is a soup crock. 😉 You can see here how I added
some of the blue and green pumpkins throughout the greenery:
I had to get a night shot! There’s nothing better than candles right?
Here’s a full shot of the colorful Thanksgiving tablescape:
I think the wood shows off the greenery even more!
Have you ever used baby’s breath alone? It’s so beautiful and so
underrated. I’ve done this a few times over the years and it’s
Isn’t that champagne colored flatware so pretty? They were only $2 each at
Target! Perfect when you don’t really need a full five-piece set.
If you’re celebrating turkey day with your immediate family or extended,
it doesn’t take much to dress up the table. Hopefully these simple
tablescape ideas inspire you!:
As I mentioned, this could easily be switched up for Christmas! That
greenery works beautifully all year.
You can save these Thanksgiving tablescape ideas for later by pinning this
What are you cooking up for your Thanksgiving meal this year?
Our table was from a local shop in Indy, but I link a similar one below. Our water goblets are from Goodwill. You can click on the photos to get the sources. 🙂 If I forgot anything please let me know!