Find inspiration to make the most of your dining space this Thanksgiving!
We love this rustic Thanksgiving Tablescape created by Joyfully Growing. Their design uses a runner that accentuates the wooden table and grounds the brass décor helping to give the tablescape a rural aura. The final touches include autumnal centrepiece elements, like contrasting pumpkins, eucalyptus, and pinecones, to create a thanksgiving harvest charm.
To achieve this look, shop burlap, marble-look and glass pumpkins, and pine cones.
For those overly loved tables, a plaid table scarf or textile could be substituted and pairs great with fall blooms.
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You don’t always have to maintain the status quo when it comes to Thanksgiving. Instead, try embracing Thanksgiving elements into a design that best fits your space. For example, this luxe design by Horton Lane uses contemporary black, white and gold accents to create a sumptuous but traditional aesthetic.
To achieve this look, shop white pumpkins, tapered candles, and white roses.
Pictured left to right: @wascanaflowershoppe @makingprettymemories
Add a Pop of Colour
Who said vibrant colours were reserved for Easter dinner? Try mixing in your favourite colours with Thanksgiving elements just like sparklenpeonies did with this bright tablescape. Using pumpkins and wheat to maintain a Thanksgiving feel, playful elements like pink plates and blooms are added to really make the table pop!
To achieve this look, shop dried pampas and wheat, and colourful peonies.
Pictured left to right: @her.scattered.petals @floraflowercart
Keep it Simple
Sometimes the best tablescape is a vase full of beautiful blooms or drieds and the love the from the people around you – at the end of the day is that not what Thanksgiving is all about?
To achieve this look, shop pears, gerberas, and eucalyptus.
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