These woven cane napkin rings will add a minimalist Scandinavian look to your Thanksgiving table.
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Add a burst of foliage-inspired color to your holiday table with these unscented paraffin wax candles. Available in sets of three, these candles can be styled together in a cluster or placed separately.
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Stumped No More
Figuring out the seating arrangement for this year’s Thanksgiving will be fun with these rustic, handmade wooden place card holders.
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Upgrade your typical Thanksgiving spread with these seasonal beauties and classic pieces
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A runner with geometric pattern and poppy autumnal hues is the perfect piece to brighten up this year’s tablescape. This one, by Colombian-American designer Dana Haim, was inspired by her many travels and is a nod to ancient textiles.
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Scatter a few of these ceramic fluted vases down the center of your table and fill them with dried twigs and red berry branches for a very understated and chic fall centerpiece.
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Take It or Leaf It
Pressed leaves are a fun, and easy, DIY that makes the most of the autumn foliage. Simply gather the brightest and prettiest leaves on the ground and place them within the pages of a heavy book. On Thanksgiving, take the leaves out and scatter around the table.
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Using sprigs of thyme and sage and a bit of twine, create small bouquets for each place setting. You can also add a name card or a note to reminds guests of all they have to be thankful for this holiday season.
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As an ode to the fall harvest, and as a way to bring abundant color into your spaces, fill vases, planters and bowls to the brim with seasonal blooms, fruits, and vegetables.
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On a Silver Platter
While a tiered serving platter makes food look all the more scrumptious, this Thanksgiving use this antique-style stand as a decorative display for squash, pine cones, and other harvest-inspired goods.
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Pumpkins, squash, and fall veggies galore! Use what’s in season to create a colorful and unique arrangement.