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Thanksgiving Table Ideas: Styled + Set

The next couple of months are going to be busy, so why not plan ahead and avoid some of the stress that comes with the holiday season? This week I’m joining several bloggers for the Styled + Set series. Each day you can enjoy fall and Thanksgiving table ideas for your own holiday setting. (This post contains affiliate links.)

Thanksgiving Table Ideas. Rich, Warm, and Cozy Table Setting


Welcome to those of you coming over from Jamie’s place at So Much Better with Age!

My fall home tour focused on burgundy and wine colors. I decided to use these same scheme for my Thanksgiving table. Burgundy eucalyptus leaves, candles, and baby boo pumpkins create a casual centerpiece.

Thanksgiving Table Setting in Burgundy and Yellow


I added just a bit of golden yellow and amber.

Fall Thanksgiving Table Setting


Pretty berry and leaf plates are from Hobby Lobby, and the burgundy napkins are from World Market. Instead of napkin rings, I simply knotted the fabric and fanned out the ends.

Thanksgiving Table Setting in Burgundy and Yellow



Fall and Thanksgiving Table Setting


The amber glassware on my Thanksgiving table is also from World Market. The eucalyptus leaves and hurricane candle holder are from Target. I added two scented tumbler candles from Yankee Candle. I think their candles have the best fragrance.

Thanksgiving Table Setting in Warm Colors


The table throw is one of my quilted fall lap throws. I’m not a huge fan of tablecloths but I like protecting the table top. So I’ve started using “table throws” like the one on my fall buffet table.

Thanksgiving Table Setting in Warm Colors


Thanksgiving Table Setting in Burgundy and Yellow


Planning your Thanksgiving table ahead of time saves a bit of stress and worry. My mother taught me to set the table the night before. It’s one less thing to do on Thankgiving Day.

Fall Thanksgiving Table Setting Idea


Shop My Thanksgiving Table Look:

Thanksgiving Table Ideas

Danieli Flatware  |  Wood Chargers  |  Pedestal Candle Holder


Thanksgiving Table Ideas

Yellow Napkins  |  Rust Napkins  |  Amber Goblet  |  Amber Tumbler


A special thanks goes to Lory at Designthusiasm for organizing this week’s Thanksgiving table tour. You’ll find the links to the rest of the blogs below! Next on the tour is Sarah from Life on Virginia Street.

Styled and Set Fall Table Settings


Hosted by Designthusiasm

Fall Table Setting by Designthusiasm

Please click below to visit the posts:


Life on Virginia Street

Fall Table Setting by Life on Virginia Street


Cedar Hill Farmhouse

Fall Table Setting by Cedar Hill Farmhouse


Taryn Whiteaker

Fall Table Setting by Taryn Whitaker


So Much Better With Age

Fall Table Setting by So Much Better with Age


Town and Country Living

Thanksgiving Table Ideas. Rich, Warm, and Cozy Table Setting



Styled and Set Fall Table Settings

Life on Virginia StreetCedar Hill FarmhouseTaryn Whiteaker
So Much Better With Age | Town and Country Living



Designthusiasm | On Sutton Place | Shabbyfufu
Julie Blanner | French Country Cottage | Craftberry Bush


StoneGable | Maison de Pax | Setting for Four
Maison de Cinq | My Soulful Home | CitrineLiving


Happy Housie | Ella Claire | Sand & Sisal
Zevy Joy | Styled with Lace | Dimples & Tangles

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  1. How is a table throw different from a table cloth?
    How many throws does it take to use on a very large table?]
    Aren’t some of the guest eating directly from the table where the throw doesn’t reach????????????????????

  2. Your table looks wonderful. Love the tumblers. I am loving the deep pinks this fall too.

    I’m using white votive from PB for Christmas and debating using a few of the deep pink mixed in, not sure it et.

    I set the table the night before too.

    Enjoy the rest of your day


  3. Jennifer, this tablescape is so lovely. Autumn and warmth and elegant all at once. I really appreciate your blog and your home. The beauty you share feels accessible and doable and yet still inspiring and something to aspire to 🙂 Thank you! Leslie