10 Fall Tablescapes For Thanksgiving
Nothing says "welcome to dinner" more than a beautifully decorated table. A few seasonal dishes and candlesticks sprinkled into a rustic buffet equals instant farmhouse charm. Not only are fall tablescapes chic, they're quite effortless to create, since it's hard to make cute pumpkins and leafy garlands look bad.
So we rounded up 10 gorgeous fall tablescapes. From rustic minimalism to farmhouse glam, they're all delightfully charming and easy to make. Take a look at what we found!
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From Barnyard to Farmhouse
Grab a few large wood slices, pinecones and copper pumpkins to recreate this barnyard-to-farmhouse masterpiece. It's a simple, stress-free design and everything but the pumpkins can be re-used for other seasons.
During the Great Depression, families substituted expensive gifts with the tangy, tropical treat of the orange. Now, it's a sweet reminder to be thankful for what we have before us, and a unique way to spruce up a fall tablescape.
Awash in Amber
Give your fall tablescape a traditional Thanksgiving glow-up with amber stemware and fresh gourds from the farm. Gather all your warm-toned plates, napkins and tablecloths for this look.
The centerpiece is a collection of rustic fall items, from the wood cutting board to the linen table runner. Photo by Chad Mellon.
This glamorous design definitely got its beauty sleep! With a little spray paint, some faux pumpkins and antlers, you can glitz up your fall tablescape like it was born that way.
Blue, Bold and Orange
Complementary colors, like blue and orange, always make a stunning decor statement. This look is really successful when paired with neutral base colors derived from a natural palette.
Pretty in Pastel
If your table's on the smaller side, don't worry. You can still make a big statement with your decor. Pair white dishes and tablecloths with pastel colors to highlight the sugary-sweetness of your cozy tablescape.
Simple as Copper
This fall tablescape is perfect for the farmhouse minimalist. Instead of glasses, use copper mugs. Replace placemats with eclectic wood boards. Then, add a few greens and candles for a sweet barnyard afterglow.
Rustic Meets Charming
Fluffy faux fur, mixed 'n matched seating and a leafy garland dripping off the table? Yes, please! This table looks full and vibrant with just a few statement pieces.
Gather the Gourds
With this design, replace your table runner with a rustic wood bowl full of seasonal greens, antique candlesticks and fresh gourds. Then when Christmas rolls around, you can switch out the pumpkins for cranberry clusters.
A Homey Feel
With this friendly dining room, even the walls set the tone. Add a small, decorative pumpkin to each place setting with a bit of greenery for that final touch of warmth and natural beauty.
Let texture shine with a neutral color scheme. The wash on the candlestick holders and the woven textures on the faux pumpkin lend a sense of elegance and warmth.
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