Well, the four day countdown until Thanksgiving has officially begun! And in case you don’t have plans for decorating the center of your Thanksgiving table, I’ve rounded up for you six of my favorite DIY Thanksgiving tablescapes for you!
I’m loving this flower-free Thanksgiving centerpiece from Domino, which incorporates pheasant feathers and white linens. It is uncluttered, simple, and yet so elegant. I also can’t imagine that pheasant feathers are a costly purchase, either.
Ugh, this one might be my favorite. It is vibrant and colorful, and yet still speaks of autumn like any good Thanksgiving or harvest table should. Plus, it gives you an excuse to buy pomegranates (which are in season right now), and then eat them after you’re done with them. I’m also loving the brass candlesticks paired with the colored glass goblets and autumn leaf name cards.
This gold, nature-inspired tablescape from A Pumpkin and a Princess has me wanting to take gold spray paint to all the pinecones in my yard. Plus, it’s another great use for those left over Halloween pumpkins. Throw a strip of burlap and some votives in the middle, and you have yourself a beautiful centerpiece!
How about this fresh, organic take in a Thanksgiving tablescape from Pottery Barn Kids? I appreciate that it incorporates pumpkins you might left over from Halloween, along with fresh twigs you can find in your yard (or that of a nice neighbor’s).
This Blue Willow-themed tablescape from Celebrating Everyday Life is both traditional and elegant, and in my opinion, and employs a totally unexpected use for the perennially chic Blue Willow Pattern. It just goes to show that some pieces of china are so classic that they can be used anywhere, anytime.
And lastly, this rich, colorful tablescape from 724 South House blog involves making your own DIY planter in which to house those beautiful sprigs and pumpkins!
Which one is your favorite?!?