Happy November friends! I honestly cannot believe we are already in November, and the holidays are officially upon us. Crazy right?!? So to kick this holiday season off, I’m sharing 15 Thanksgiving Table Ideas with you to hopefully get those creative ideas flowing for this years Thanksgiving Table! I will be sharing my own Thanksgiving table with you later this week and a fun DIY to go along with it, but first I wanted to kick off the month with some pretty table inspiration.
I love a neutral color scheme, and these soft muted tones set the perfect peaceful environment. The added detail of the velvet pumpkins, that can easily be moved when its time to eat, would make the perfect little thanksgiving favors for those dining at your table.
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Also playing with neutrals, is this beautiful table below from Kindred Vintage. I love the pop of copper for an added sparkle. It adds warmth and a touch of glam, perfect for that Thanksgiving table.
Adding some vibrance, with deep blues and a pop of burgundy, Shades of Blue Interiors created this Thanksgiving table (below) with rustic elegance. Combining antlers and corn husks with an elegant centerpiece, and of course that chandelier totally set the mood.
Another way to incorporate my favorite color, blue, for thanksgiving is with berries and an arrangement made with wild flowers. Coordinating stemware tie in this hue for a cohesive feel that’s warm and inviting.
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Your Thanksgiving table doesn’t always need a real centerpiece either. Using “real-looking” faux pumpkins and garlands make it easy to keep your table decorated all month long.
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There is something so iconic about using pumpkins on your Thanksgiving table though. It resembles autumn in the loveliest way, and I love the rustic feel it adds to the entire space. There are so many different ways you can do this, real vs. faux. Natural looking vs. metallic. There’s something for everyone.
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Warm copper and brass tones are a great way of using warmer hues because they remind us of the reds and oranges we see in fall leaves outside.
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I love incorporating deep shades of green on my Thanksgiving table. Even though fall is known for it’s warmer hues, I love that adding cozy texture and cooler tones totally works now too!
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Placing seasonal decor in a decorative bowl or tray makes it easy to remove too when more room is needed on the table. Or a simple layout, like below, of baby pumpkins and eucalyptus make a beautiful statement that is simple yet elegant.
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Candles are a must for me. I don’t know why, there is nothing quite like the elegant touch of a candlelight dinner. My kids call it the “fancy dinner” when we light candles, but it’s so sweet to see how it changes the atmosphere not only in the room but in my kids as well.
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I always love seeing when wreaths are hung on the backs of chairs at christmas time, why not for thanksgiving too?! This wheat wreath makes the perfect statement for a Thanksgiving meal celebrating the year.
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And of course I had to include my Thanksgiving table from last year. It’s still my all-time favorite, however I have yet to create this years. Last year was the first time I incorporated the muted orange heirloom pumpkins, and I loved the subtle feel they added to my space. I have plans to incorporate them again this year!
I hope you are feeling inspired, and maybe just a tad bit more excited for Thanksgiving. More than the pretty table, I love gathering around our table with the ones we hold close, and spending time together.
To see more table inspiration you can check out my “Table Top” board on Pinterest!
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