07 Nov

The Modern Thanksgiving Table

The Modern Thanksgiving Table

Does the phrase “Thanksgiving decor” bring visions of illustrated pilgrims, paper turkeys and country home dinnerware to mind? Well, think again! Tap into a bold autumn color palette of vibrant orange, rich chocolate, and earthy shades of green for a modern take on your Thanksgiving celebration this year.

Here are a few ideas:

The Modern Thanksgiving Table

Pictured at top: I’m loving this khaki Blowing Leaves invitation to set a stylish tone for any autumn get-together.

And on the table front: The always contemporary-and-affordable cb2 sets a gorgeous fall-friendly tablescape with comma plates ($0.95 – $1.95 ea) in orange, green, and bark (brown), giant monstera leaves, and trendy square Edge Dinnerware ($3.95-$5.95).

Also pictured above: Mosaic Recycled Placemat (although for a fall table I prefer the look of this eco-friendly, twig-themed Bakaw Placemat – both $6.95 ea) and striped Ole Table Runner ($19.95).

The Modern Thanksgiving Table

Pictured above: An alternative table layout using the same comma plates and Edge Dinnerware, pictured with cb2′s seamless orange Scroll Tray, which is perfect for serving up signature drinks or appetizers and adds a bright pop of color for only $14.95!

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8Comments

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Janet SAYS:

I LOVE this table!!! If I was hosting TG this year, this is definitely what the table would look like!

Reply November 7, 2008 at 10:37 am

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Marsha SAYS:

I love the vibrancy of the colors! Question: My husband inherited a bolt of linen cloth that was made in Belfast Ireland. What could I use it for? I have read about “Hankerchief Linen”, “Shirt Linen” what are the differences between them? If anyone has an idea, please let me know! Thanks, Marsha

Reply November 7, 2008 at 10:54 am

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Dawn SAYS:

I…must…have…the…comma….plates….once again, you are making buy stuff! :) http://www.dawnypoo.blogspot.com

Reply November 7, 2008 at 12:14 pm

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dwellings and decor SAYS:

That table decor is fabulous!

Reply November 8, 2008 at 11:27 am

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Crea-T-V-T SAYS:

Oooh! I love the comma plates. They’re so perfect for the Thanksgiving holiday or a theme party.

Reply November 18, 2008 at 5:09 pm

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Karen SAYS:

Where can you purchase the comma plates?

Reply April 17, 2012 at 11:14 pm

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