Are you in need of some ideas for a Thanksgiving table? I’ve created five different￼ themed tablescapes whether your style is Farmhouse, Traditional, Boho, Rustic, or Modern and Minimal. All of these items are things that I had around the house (you’ll notice certain color schemes that scream LAURA) but the point is to give you ideas to create your own look with items you love and may already own.
Goal: Use natural textures, casual, simple and welcoming.
I wanted this to be simple without a lot going on. Pumpkins, white linens, eucalyptus, with kraft accents and you have yourself a thanksgiving farmhouse tablescape. Throw in some gold embellishments to make it a little fancier.
Goal: Use classic fall colors and items
When I think of a traditional fall theme I think of the simple things. Orange pumpkins, pine cones, and classic calligraphy place cards.
Goal: Warm, relaxed, airy, and cozy. Mixed materials and layers.
This tablescape is by far my favorite with all the dreamy feels. Bunches of pampas grass stuffed into amber vases and ceramic pots. Rattan chargers, watercolor place cards, wooden candle holders, and two different colored tones of wine glasses. How could you go wrong?
MODERN AND MINIMAL
Goal: Sleek, practical, and modern.
Still sticking to the Thanksgiving theme by throwing in burnt orange napkins. Adding a modern touch using hand lettered marble place cards. Minimal decor with sophisticated black candle holders and faux eucalyptus as an added runner (points for real ones!).
Goal: Use of wood materials
Nothing screams rustic more than W O O D. Am I right? I used wooden rounds as chargers, teak plates, a long with mix and match wooden candle holders. I added a little bit of a modern touch with the acrylic place cards. Sprinkled some pine cones and acorns around some pumpkins to go on top of the runner and there you go!
Hope you this post helps you find some inspiration and ideas!