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Table Styling: A Guide to the Perfect Thanksgiving Tablescape 

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It’s unreal that Thanksgiving is right around the corner. While everyone’s favorite part about Thanksgiving is the eating…of course. For those who may be hosting Thanksgiving, setting the table is equally as important. Here are a few simple table décor ideas to help turn your table from average to festive.

Simplicity Goes a Long Way

The great thing about Thanksgiving is that it’s in November. Pumpkins are still acceptable. Keeping it simple is always the way to go. A table runner with a few white pumpkins and flowers that are fitting to the occasion is one way to jazz up your table.

DIY guide to setting your table

Rustic Vibes

This table setting is definitely rustic chic, from the natural décor to the mix of gold accents. The main element that ties this all together is the plaid runner. It definitely gives a feeling of fall. You can never go wrong with plaid!

To style your table like this, click here

Don’t Overlook the Little Guy

Mini pumpkins can make a huge difference. They help kill two birds with one stone: décor and place cards.

Non-Traditional Color Palette

Thanksgiving Tablescape

Image: Pinterest

This tablescape is not your traditional table setting but it is still decorated beautifully. If you’re interested in trying something different this year, this can be a guide to incorporating different décor. This color palette is subtle earth tones. It still gives you fall Thanksgiving vibes without using the traditional orange and browns. A key feature in this tablescape are the layers created with different elements. Keep the plates simple, but add interesting elements and textures.

How are you decorating your table on Thanksgiving?


This post was written by home contributor Ashley Danielle of Darling Be Chic

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