interiors & styling

Inspiring Tabletops for Thanksgiving

Inspiring Tabletops for Thanksgiving - roomfortuesday.com

source : coco kelley

How is Thanksgiving tomorrow?! How is it already the holiday season? This year has sped right by and here I am, at the end of November reflecting on it all. Tomorrow I’m excited to take a much-needed break from work, remember the things I’m most thankful for, count my blessings, make memories with friends, continue fun Thanksgiving traditions, and of course- eat ALL the delicious food. I figured in the spirit of Thanksgiving (and design), it might be fun to look at some beautiful and aspirational tablescapes fit for any Thanksgiving gathering.

I’m not quite sure what’s in the water in the PNW, but my friends Joanna and Cassandra (both located in Seattle) are the BEST of the best at styling tabletops. Most of the images throughout this post belong to them, photographed by the talented Meghan Klein. I need them to give me a serious lesson on layering the perfect table.

Inspiring Tabletops for Thanksgiving - roomfortuesday.com

source : camille styles

We’re not hosting this year, but if we were- I’d want a casual table with plenty of fall florals, textured linens, and friends gathered ’round.

Inspiring Tabletops for Thanksgiving - roomfortuesday.com

source : jojotastic

Ironically, the name tag above reads “Sarah”, but sadly- I didn’t attend Joanna’s pretty dinner party. Ha! I’m a sucker for vintage glassware though, and those coupes are calling to me. It’s the perfect contrast of relaxed style meets sophistication.

Inspiring Tabletops for Thanksgiving - roomfortuesday.com

source : coco kelley

I’m also convinced I need to expand my dinnerware collection and branch out from using my plain, white dishes. Remember this post? I shared every single dish I own (with source links, of course)! While I gravitate toward the classics, I think having some fun, patterned, or colorful options would be a nice change of pace.

source : jojotastic

This time of year, I’m always attracted to cognac and autumnal colors… brown, burnt sienna, burgundy, marigold, and creamy neutrals. That palette feels so cozy and welcoming to me!

Inspiring Tabletops for Thanksgiving - roomfortuesday.com

source : casa de perrin

Do you have any favorite dishes or traditions when it comes to setting the Thanksgiving table? I’d love to hear about them! Once we finally finish our dining table (hopefully in the coming year), I’d love to start some of our own traditions.

Inspiring Tabletops for Thanksgiving - roomfortuesday.com

source : jojotastic

I also like the idea of styling a “food table” for a buffet type of dinner party or Thanksgiving gathering. I think guests prefer to self serve when it comes to Thanksgiving. Do you find that to be the case? I also like to pile the food on my own plate and “family style” feels best when it comes to sharing a Thanksgiving meal.

Inspiring Tabletops for Thanksgiving - roomfortuesday.com

source : coco kelley

Whatever you’re doing or however you’re celebrating tomorrow, I hope you have the happiest Thanksgiving with those you love! We’ll be eating our deep fried turkey, playing games, and sharing laughs. Enjoy!!

You Might Also Like



  • Range Hood Giveaway - roomfortuesday.com
    interiors & styling

    Range Hood Giveaway

    As promised, I’m hosting a range hood giveaway with Zephyr! Last month they flew me to San Francisco for their annual designer retreat and I was super excited when they agreed to...

  • Noteworthy : Holiday Decorating and Inspiring Links - roomfortuesday.com
    personal

    Noteworthy

    Happy Monday, friends! I hope you all had a wonderful weekend. Ours was busy and crammed full of projects, but we made time for some fun and relaxation too… the best...

  • Reply
    Kim
    November 27, 2019 at 8:06 am

    Happy Thanksgiving, Sarah! Enjoy!

    • Reply
      Sarah
      November 27, 2019 at 5:29 pm

      Happy Thanksgiving to you, Kim :) xox

  • Reply
    Peggi
    November 28, 2019 at 6:08 am

    What? How did I miss this yesterday?! Setting the table is one of my favorite parts of the holiday! Even when we started co-hosting at a friend’s place, I bring all the table settings. My “job” every year is to scheme, search and thrift a colorful, layered look. This year is black, gold, leopard, toile, stripes and hits of red…you know, traditional! Snort. I hope you enjoy the happiest and heartiest of Thanksgivings! XO

    • Reply
      Sarah
      December 1, 2019 at 11:06 am

      I accidentally put in the wrong publishing time, so it went live a couple hours later than normal. My fault!! You’re always on time around here :) I want some photos of your table this year- it sounds incredible!!!

    Leave a Reply