The Halloween decor is officially packed away, and the table is set for Thanksgiving. This year we’ll be hosting my in-laws and some of our closest friends in Atlanta. I cannot wait. Gathering loved ones around the table truly makes me so happy.
One of my favorite things about this time of year is bringing out all of our festive holiday decor. From Halloween, to Thanksgiving, and finally Christmas, I’ve collected pieces through the years, and love when I can put them on display.
Most of the pieces you see are from Pottery Barn. They are currently on sale, and there is still plenty of time to get them before Thanksgiving.
The napkin ring holders and chargers are what we keep displayed all year round. I just change out the linen napkins based on the time of year, or in this case, for Thanksgiving. For Halloween we had different napkins (black and white buffalo check ones), as well as a matching table runner. This specific Fall runner I’ve had for two years, and love how timeless it is for Thanksgiving. Autumn colors are so pretty to me, and I love the hues in this runner.
The large silver tray with the pumpkins and gourds is something that I designed. I wanted to display the beautiful pumpkin pieces, and have them sit a bit higher off of the table. So, the tray is the perfect piece for just that, and is also something I use with my Halloween, Christmas and even Easter tablescape.
This year I moved these large mosaic pumpkins to either side of the tray. I like the dimension it creates, and they tie in perfectly with the silver.
There are so many ways you can style your table. I’ve even seen friends put small pumpkins on each plate instead of a napkin. You could invest in some of the staples: table runner, linens and chargers, but then have different real pumpkins as a long centerpiece.
I love hearing about how you style and decorate for the holidays. Leave me a comment and let me know :).
Photos by KVC Photography.
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