Welcome to Our Table – Fresh Table Décor Ideas for Turkey Day

by | Sep 23, 2019 | Spotlight

When it comes to setting the Thanksgiving table, there are many ways you can go about decorating it. If you are looking for a new way to decorate your Thanksgiving table but don’t have any ideas, look no further. Get out of your comfort zone this Thanksgiving and explore new decor styles such as the ones featured in the inspiration pictures below. Feel free to mix and match the styles below as we encourage you to step out of the traditional box of dinner table décor this Thanksgiving.

Crafty and Creative
Fill the tables with holiday crafts this Thanksgiving. Lay some brown paper across the table for easy clean up after your Thanksgiving feast, and to give the table a more artsy feel. In the days leading up to the celebration, embark on a few crafts with the family. Do the traditional hand-turkey, list of things you’re thankful for, and more. Have some supplies available for any family members that want to add to the creations on Turkey Day.

Simple and Natural
If you’re intimidated by the intricate and elaborate decorations sold everywhere for Thanksgiving, going simple may be the best option for you. Place down a neutral tablecloth and use white candles and pumpkins as centerpieces. Add some fake greenery to complete the table. Not only is this décor effortless, but also it is very aesthetically pleasing.

Unique and Modern
The modern table décor design is the best way to combat the traditional Thanksgiving table setup. Use colors that are rarely associated with Thanksgiving. These colors include: blue, white, pink, and green. Use these colors throughout your table, incorporating them in your placemats and all. If you want to get a bit crafty, paint some pumpkins these unusual colors – it’ll provide a unique take on Thanksgiving décor.

Natural and Green
This table décor is definitely the one to use if you desire a more refreshing take on Thanksgiving dinner. For the centerpieces, use fake or real plants and flowers to fill the center. In addition, add some gold or silver candle sticks to accent the greenery well. Altogether, it provides a neutral and fresh space to indulge in Thanksgiving dinner.