It’s Almost Time to Set your Thanksgiving Table

It’s time to start Thanksgiving planning.  While you are sorting through cookbooks for recipes to replace that tired green bean casserole, it’s also time to think about setting your table so it’s also worthy of your celebration.

This Benson Mills Thanksgiving tablecloth comes in a classic and elegant jacquard pattern. It comes in a variety of sizes. It’s heft and subtlety will work throughout this and many seasons to come. 

Napkins by Benson Mills provide just enough contrast to the tablecloth above (matching tablecloth is also available). A great size for a big feast, these 18” x 18” napkins will finish the look.

It may seem crazy to buy special plates for Thanksgiving, but we do it at Christmas, so why not now. These are really special. 

These dinner plates from 222 Fifth Fall Festivities are elegant with a seasonal design around the edge. Not too much decoration – just the right amount.  $85.00 for a set of 4 plates.

True confessions – I love this pattern by Johnson Brothers. It’s super fussy and old-fashioned which, to me, says family. Or maybe it’s the name “Friendly Village” I find so appealing.  Whatever it is, I want this pattern on my table at Thanksgiving.  28 piece set for 4 is dishwasher safe. $189.16.

Colorful glasses by Artland add shine and pop to a special celebration. These goblets are perfect for water and a foil for your fancy wine glasses. Shown here in amber, the red also would look great and can do double-duty at Christmas. Other colors available. A set of four glasses. $49.99.

Every table needs a centerpiece. This substantial centerpiece by Petals brings the outdoors inside.  A faux birch container holds a variety of high quality artificial flowers in seasonal colors.  It’s quite large and will look great in any room. 16” x 16” $135.00

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