While you may think the turkey will be the highlight of table talk this season, think again! Table settings are the first thing your guests will see upon walking into your home for this traditional holiday meal. Meet and gather with your family and friends over stunning centerpieces, floral arrangements, and gorgeous linens. Before food starts making its way out and toward the table, leave your guests in awe with one of these beautiful tablescapes.

Modern

Traditional with a twist, buffalo plaid is an an easy way to update your table setting for a modern look. A winter staple, this pattern is an essential when styling the dinner table. Complete with ample greenery, and gold cutlery this tablescape is perfect for the modern style decorator.

Coastal

Source: Sand & Sisal

While summer may be over, seaside inspired designs are cherished all year round. With a coastal or nautical styled home, creating your Thanksgiving tablescape may seem daunting with all the warm and traditional colors – but not any more. This all popular decor style and color palette is easy to incorporate into any season with golds and rich blues.

Rustic

Embodying wood, rich green hues and pine cones, creating a tablescape with a nod to a rustic style is easy. We love this tablescape for its simplicity, and cozy ambiance. By incorporating chestnut hues and nature inspired centerpieces, guests are sure to feel invited to take a seat at this table.

Traditional

Inspired by pumpkins and fallen leaves, the Thanksgiving season invites hues of orange, red, and browns into homes. What easier way to decorate your table settings than by using this traditional and staple color palette! With berry garland, pumpkins, and candles, this tablescape fully embraces the fall season.

Glam

Source: Summer Adams

This tablescape will be the first thing that makes guests jaw drop (aside from the drool worthy food that will be served of course). Make your centerpieces shine with stunning golds, lavish florals, and elegant accents. Going with neutrals for plates and silverware is ideal to give the eye the chance to gaze upon the extravagant centerpieces without overwhelming guests. The key to achieving a luxe look is knowing how to incorporate simple staples as well.

Be sure to check out our Pinterest board for more style inspo on creating your own breathtaking table display for the holiday.

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