Thanksgiving is a great holiday to celebrate with your family and friends. Each household has its own tradition and style, but it’s never too late to incorporate new ideas. If you’ve been looking for more ideas to improve your table designs, you can check out our list.
Here are the ten festive dining table options for your Thanksgiving:
1. Black, white and gold with calligraphy
If you want to add a unique and personalized touch to your decorations, you can add calligraphed placemats. For a better experience, you can write down what you are thankful for in the person assigned on that seat. Complement this setup with checkered and neutral-colored table additions.
2. Low-saturated look with low candles
Add pale-looking pumpkins and pears on the table. Couple the veggies with pale green or grey table cloths, and small candles. The low saturation will make the candles stand out. You can accent this setup with cute vibrant red and orange colors.
3. White and gold
Gold is an excellent thanksgiving color. If you’re looking for something different, you can go with a minimalist white and gold setup. The white table cloth will make the colors of your utensils and dinnerware stand out.
4. Rustic garden look
This classic dinner table look is leveled up by the fake grass in the middle mounting the food, fruits, vegetables, candles, and decors. Your dining table will look like a garden with minimal effort.
5. Autumn with emerald green accents
Fall themes are great for table setups. The dark emerald green table cloths and accents can help the yellows, oranges, and reds stand out.
6. Modern, clean white look with small fruits and veggies
If you don’t have a lot of time to set up your table, you can do with a minimalist look. If you have a white wall, then you can use a white table cloth to enhance the design. You can accent the table with flowers, small vegetables, and fruits.
7. Orange fall theme with sculptures
You may have a lot of autumn-themed artworks lying around the house. These may come in the form of orange-colored pieces such as roosters, vases, candleholders, and artificial leaves. Add them to your table for that festive vibe.
8. Red fall theme with fruits and candles
If you want your light-colored food, dishes, and bowls to stand out, you can use a red fall theme on your table setting. The dominant colors will contrast the lighter ones. Accent the look with candles and fruits.
9. Warm colored Autumn theme with candles and letters
The letters on your candles can substitute oversized decors. Make the table setting more festive by creating a motif of reds, oranges, greens, and golds.
10. Rustic Autumn theme with orange glassware
This theme captures the simplicity of rustic design with the brilliance of orange glass. You don’t need to have an elaborate setup, just some small candles to make the orange glassware radiate a glow. This classic look goes well with wooden placemats and wicker baskets.
Which table setup do you like best?