No other holiday is your centerpiece, tablecloth and seating options more important than at Thanksgiving. The entire holiday revolves around sitting at a table for Pete’s sake. This Thanksgiving your goal is to make that table eclectic and interesting. That does not mean spending tons of money, that means thinking beyond pilgrims and turkeys.
Take a look around your own house for fun things you could use on your Thanksgiving table. Quilting fabric becomes a tablecloth, peacock chairs pulled into the head of the table for extra seating and 50’s China mixed with plastic 70’s chargers. Give your diners something to feast on visually as well this year.
If you didn’t carve your pumpkins from Halloween chances are they will still be around to dress your table with at Thanksgiving. Consider making one of these adorable pumpkin succulent planters using a faux pumpkin. Live plants and flowers (and gourds) make any table look better.
Pop over to the Tuesday Morning blog to see more of my tips for setting a fun and funky Thanksgiving table.
Your home is amazing and super fun. I want to eat Thanksgiving dinner in this dining room.
I really like your centerpiece with the arrows in the vase! It’s fun to think beyond the traditional for holiday decorating. Thanks for sharing your table ideas at our Merry Monday party. I’ll be including yours in my Party Features this week!
Thanks so much that was my favorite part too.