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7 Beautiful Thanksgiving Table Décor Ideas for Your Westchester Home

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Not sure how to decorate your Thanksgiving table? Let these tablescapes, with different colors and accessories, inspire you.

Thanksgiving is a time to give thanks, but it is also a time for us to gather with family and friends and break bread together. Why not have your dinner table look as beautiful as the idea behind the holiday? That’s why we gathered these seven tablescapes that we are definitely grateful for this holiday season.

A casual dinner table is still beautiful if done correctly. We love the “place cards” and table cloth all in one on this simple table from Lemon and Thistle.

Would you rather keep it classic? We love this traditional table setting from Home is Where the Boat Is complete with plaid tablecloth, turkey patterned plates, pumpkins, leaves, votives, and autumnal colors. It all mixes well together and creates a beautifully layered effect.

Julep created this elegant tablescape including pears with “thankful” sayings, berries, white lilies, and a mixture of finishes including wood, copper, matte black, and lots of natural elements.

 

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Rose gold is huge right now and so we loved how Rooms for Rent used it as their “orange” in this design. Throw in a few decorative pumpkins and mix in a soft splash of blue (or whatever you like), and you have a Thanksgiving table that is sure to wow guests as they pass the stuffing.

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A monochromatic color palette can make an entire design. We especially love when unexpected colors are used for different holidays like this white one for Thanksgiving. White pumpkins, crystal glasses, white plates, and neutral linens create texture and delight the eye in this tablescape.

 

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I don’t often think of coastal design when I think of Thanksgiving, but this seaside-inspired tablescape by Sand & Sisal brings the two ideas together seamlessly. We love the hint of blue mixed with subtle touches of the ocean and bits of fall.

The color has it in this table design by Homey Oh My. The centerpieces are simply fall-colored flowers surrounded by copper-striped miniature pumpkins and candle holders plus simple tableware and linens.

Related: 3 Creative Ways to Decorate Your Westchester Table for Fall

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