Once you’ve put all of your scarecrows and skeletons back to storage, then it’ll be time for you to estimate your own Thanksgiving stock. How do you plan to decorate the table this year? Is it time to replace your dishware? Do you need any new accessories to spice up your home? No matter your requirements, we have scoured the shops to obtain this year’s greatest products. Have a peek and let us know what you believe. We are pleased to help with your Thanksgiving tablescape, but the turkey is up to you!
dbO Home Textured Botanical Serveware – $9
Every good Thanksgiving meal ought to kick off with delicious appetizers. The Textured Botanical Serveware from West Elm comes in a variety of shapes to match all kinds of snacks, and their leaf-like texture is ideal for a fall vacation .
Leaf Platter – $26.95
This platter from Crate and Barrel steals the show when it comes to leaves. This timeless design will highlight any Thanksgiving theme and will be helpful during the entire year.
Olive Wood Paddle Boards – $19
The natural quality of those Olive Wood Paddle Boards from West Elm will add a rustic edge to a Thanksgiving spread. You may even use them as hot dishes beneath warm dishes on your buffet to get an unexpected natural touch.
“Harvest Paisley & Burlap” Table Linens – $100
Obviously, the scene-stealer at each Thanksgiving meal is the table. Create an impact with an incredible tablecloth, such as the Harvest Paisley and Burlap linen from Horchow. The autumn colors will add a warm glow to a space — particularly under candlelight — while the contemporary paisley pattern will bring unmistakable texture.
NeoBaroque Dinnerware – $24
If you have a busy tablecloth, look at using basic dishware. The NeoBaroque Dinnerware out of West Elm is simple in its white color, while the exceptional shape round the edges makes it different.
“Aveiro” Dinnerware – $185
Of course you can go the opposite way by creating a statement with your dishes. Using its colorway and routine, the Aveiro Dinnerware set from Horchow is joyous enough to be utilized at Thanksgiving, but not so holiday specific you can’t use them during the year.
Wood-Slices Organic Dinnerware – $40
You cannot go wrong with gold and white dishware. The David Stark Wood-Slices Organic Dishware set will bring understated glamour for a Thanksgiving tablescape.
Harvest Placemat and Cotton Butterscotch Napkin – $3.95
Make an eclectic appearance by blending formal dinnerware with much more casual linens, such as the Harvest Placemat from Crate & Barrel.
Block-Printed Napkins – $28
Rather than choosing a matching placemat and napkin set, mix in different napkins to create a look that’s all your own. These colorful block-printed napkins from West Elm will add diverse pops of color all around your table.
Folia Napkin Ring – $1.95
Once you have your napkins selected, jazz them up a little with napkin rings. These Folia napkin rings will infuse a feeling of seasonal elegance into your tablescape.
Cellini Glassware – $59.70
There’s nothing like a classic set of wine glasses, but if you want something unexpected, consider the Cellini Glassware from Z Gallerie. It’s fall-like colorway will add pizzazz to any Thanksgiving dinner party.
6′ Metallic Leaf Garland – $39.95
With the location settings in sequence, it’s time to consider the centerpiece. Keep in mind that often the very best centerpiece accessories are found on your garden — leaves, twigs, pinecones, etc.. But I love how this garland from Crate & Barrel was finished with a metallic sheen that will sparkle beneath candlelight.
Fall Centerpiece – $100
Thanks to Horchow, no garden scouting is required. Their Autumn Centerpiece includes a little bit of what, in just the correct fall colors to accentuate your Thanksgiving décor.
Faux Gourds, Set of 3 – $29
If you don’t have time to make it to the regional pumpkin patch, pick up a few faux gourds out of Pottery Barn; then they look exactly like the real thing. Mix them in with your centerpiece or use them to accessorize credenzas or side tables.
Faux Golden Pear Vase Filler – $16.50
It’s simple to accessorize your Thanksgiving décor with actual apples and pears right from the farmer’s market or grocery store. Nonetheless, these faux gold pears from Pottery Barn include just enough sparkle to make your table shine.
Twig Multi-Pillar Holder – $99.95
Remember the candles! The Twig Multi-Pillar candle holder from Crate & Barrel sits high so it’s possible to add garlands and other dry, outdoorsy accessories on the table without worrying. Plus, they look like they came out of the outside themselves.
Cost Plus World Market
Silver Twig Taper Candle Centerpiece – $34.99
Similarly, the Silver Twig Taper Candlepiece out of World Market has an outdoorsy impact, but it’s a less rustic one due to its refined silver finish and tapered candles.
Cost Plus World Market
Birch Pillar Candle Collection – $4.99
These Birch Pillar Candles from World Market look like the actual item, and will bring amazing texture to your centerpiece.
Cost Plus World Market
Pinecone Candles – $7.99
Pinecones are a great Thanksgiving accessory, and I really like that World Market’s double as candles. Place these anywhere for a festive glow.
Design Within Reach
Eva Zeisel Candlestick Set | Design Within Reach – $165
Eva Zeisel designed this candlestick set sold at Design Within Reach when she was 101 years old. With their shifting curves and deep color, they might just distract your visitors from the turkey.
Thanksgiving Platters – $29
Now that the table set, let’s consider serveware. Without going overly traditional, West Elm’s Thanksgiving Platters figure out how to bridge the gap between merry and contemporary appeal.
“Last Leaves” Enamel Serveware – $159
Or, you might choose to go elegantly unexpected together with the gorgeous Last Leaves Enamel Serveware from Horchow.
Feather Pheasant – $14
Now for a few last Thanksgiving bits — what could be more fun on your Thanksgiving table than Z Gallerie’s Feather Pheasants? Perhaps if you are lucky they’ll eat up all those lost crumbs.
Faux Pewter Pheasant and Turkey – $49.95
The Faux Pewter Pheasant and Turkey, also from Z Gallerie, are now classics. Whether you want them on the table, on the credenza or unexpectedly adorning a stairs, you will be unwrapping these for several Thanksgivings to come.
Acorn Salt & Pepper Set – $24
On Thanksgiving Day, there is just no better way to spice your meal than with Pottery Barn’s Acorn Salt & Pepper Set.
How will you be decorating for Thanksgiving this year? Please tell us in the comments section.
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