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Thanksgiving Tablescape for Six

 Thanksgiving Tablescape for Six

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This year I will be at my daughter’s home until Thanksgiving, so I styled this table at her home up in Maryland.  It has been such a joy to be up here enjoying all of the beautiful color from the fall leaves.

These chargers were so unique, I feel like it is almost a shame to cover these up.  The rich wood grain with blue and gray tones was perfect for my table.  This one is no longer available online from World Market, but you might find it in their stores.  

Incorporating blue is something I love to do at my home, and my daughter loves blue too, so these salad plates from Home Goods were perfect to top her everyday white dinner plates.  These will be moved to the side as we take our dinner plates to the buffet of Thanksgiving foods set up on a nearby counter.  

I brought along my little cutting boards that I used earlier this fall.  This time, instead of antipasto, they will serve up warm sourdough rolls.  I simple wrapped each roll in parchment paper and tied with twine.  The addition of a little “thankful” note shows my appreciation for each dinner guest.  If you missed how I shared these cutting boards earlier this fall you can see the delightful idea at Welcome Fall Tablescape.

Traditional fall elements, pumpkins and gourds, apples, leaves and grapevines, all real and faux intermixed make for a festive centerpiece.

Falling leaves stemware from Dollar Tree add to the festive look of the table.  

Real and faux accents were arranged in galvanized lanterns, another Home Goods find.

I layered the table with a blue textured blanket and a plaid fall throw incorporating fall colors with the blues. 

Fall picks with faux apples or pomegranates were tucked into napkin rings which held layered blue and orange napkins.  

I wanted to finish with this photo, because, I am thankful for each of you that take the time to visit Celebrate and Decorate!  I hope you are inspired to set a pretty table for your Thanksgiving dinner this year!  

Shop my table:

Dark Blue Bed Throw (tablecloth) 
Plaid throw
White dinner plates
Wood charger plates
Galvanized Lanterns
Blue and white salad plates

Please take a moment (or longer) to visit all of the inspiring Thanksgiving tablescapes by these talented bloggers: 


Red Cottage Chronicles | Panoply | My Thrift Store Addiction | The Little Yellow Corner Store
A casa di Bianca


Life and Linda | Home is Where the Boat Is | Corner of Plaid and Paisley | Everyday Living
Calypso in the Country


Katherine’s Corner | The Painted Apron | Intelligent Domestications | Celebrate and Decorate
Bluesky at Home


White Arrows Home | Create With CynthiaGwen Moss Blog


Debbee’s Buzz | The Sweet Sensations | My Family Thyme | Zucchini Sisters 
Follow the Yellow Brick Home  | Our Crafty Mom



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  1. hi Chloe, I am crazy over your color combination, the rich deep blue is such a fabulous complement to the autumn oranges and browns! I love the double napkins styled with the colorful apple and pomegranate picks and the glass lanterns down the center filled with more fall bounty! Of course the individual wrapped rolls on bread boards with the thankful tag steal the show. How much fun to be at your daughter’s house, enjoying fall and tablescaping! Safe travels and thank you once again for leading our group to create fantastic table inspirations!

  2. Wow, Chloe, this just demonstrates how flexible and spontaneous you are at what you do, changing things up at a moment’s notice, whether it’s your blogging schedule, your travel plans or your ability to create wherever you are planted. I really love putting blues together with their color wheel complement of orange, and this table is fine example of that. Those chargers are awesome, and so are the individual boards and how you put them to use for serving bread this time. Those dishes are pretty, and that flatware is handsome!
    As always, thank you for heading and organizing such a great roundup of holiday tables. You’re a real inspiration!

  3. Chloe, I’ve never thought to add blue to a Thanksgiving table and soooo love the look! What a beautiful, warm and inviting table. Especially like how you’ve incorporated those mini wood boards again. Now, I’m really going to have to break down and go shopping to add a set to my tableware collection! I’m blaming you when my husband rolls his eyes and asks, “where on earth are you going to store them?!”

  4. Chloe, just gorgeous and you’re not even at your own home. So lush and full of wonderful Thanksgiving ideas. Love the blue throw on the table. The blue plates are so pretty and the lanterns are a great find. Love the special tags and the yummy bread. I can’t believe we have the same Dollar Tree glasses. Thanks you so much for hosting another great hop. Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family.

  5. Fabulous, I love those little bread boards with the sourdough bread and the tags!! What a clever idea!! The whole table is so festive and seasonal. Isn’t Dollar Tree wonderful, those leaf stemmed glasses would love to come visit at my house, LOL!!

  6. I love all the color and all your pretty pieces! Those wood cutting boards are such a creative touch that help add so much depth to the table. You have so many beautiful layers which look perfect on top of the plaid. Gorgeous table! Thanks you so much for hosting this Thanksgiving blog hop. I am getting so many ideas from all the amazing posts! Happy Thanksgiving to you!

  7. Beautiful table mixed with pumpkins and gourds, apples, leaves and grapevines. I love the color combination of oranges with blue. The plaid throw looks lovely as a back drop for the table. The DT goblets fit perfectly. Those little bread boards are darling with the wrapped bread. The little tags are such a lovely touch with the words, So very Thankful for you. How special to visit your daughter and spend Thanksgiving together. Enjoy your family Chloe and thank you so much for organizing another fun tablescape blog hop.

  8. Chloe, I love your mix of color, textures and pattern on your Thanksgiving table. The blue plates provide such a pretty pop of color paired with your fall plaid, pumpkins and fruit picks. Love the little tags served up with your rolls on bread boards too! I’m thankful for you and all your efforts organizing these blog hops. Happy Thanksgiving ♥

  9. Chloe, I have a passion for mixing colors, patterns, and textures! The blue is definitely singing on your lovely table! I love that the bounty of autumn is spread over your tabletop with real and faux, hard to tell the difference. The HG blue salad plates are a standout, as well as the bread boards with the wrapped rolls. Thank you for planning and putting together the blog hops. It is a pleasure to join with you!

  10. Chloe, what a beautiful mixture of patterns and colors. Looking at the pieces separately, I would not have known that the colors and patterns work so beautifully together. You are teaching me so much when I see your lovely work and how you coordinate and mix pieces together. I absolutely love the blue with the rust and browns. The fruits, grapevines and wrapped and tagged bread loaf are Fall/Thanksgiving elements that no table should be without. So very lovely. Many blessings to you and your family for the Thanksgiving holiday and once again, your work organizing this blog hop is always greatly appreciated by so many people and I thank you.

  11. Chloe, what a blessing to be spending time at your daughter’s and enjoying the gorgeous fall foliage! I love how your blue and white dishes set off the festive fall colors! Thanks again for organizing the hop! Blessings, Cecilia @My Thrift Store Addiction

  12. So pretty!! I love the addition on blue to the fall color pallet and especially love those salad plates! We were on the same vibe with the bread, I like how you wrapped yours with the parchment paper! The fall plaid blanket makes the perfect table cover and all the different textures used make your table a fall spectacular!! Thanks so much for all your work with these hops, I look forward to seeing what everyone has put together. I hope you have a wonderful Thanksgiving celebration!

  13. So many beautiful layers here and that throw is gorgeous. Unfortunately, there isn’t a World Market near me (which is probably a good thing) but I’ll have my daughter in Dallas check for those wooden chargers, they are very nice. I love the pop of blue from your daughter’s plates and all of the natural elements on the table. This is stunning Chloe!

  14. Blue for Thanksgiving is such a wonderful idea. You blended it all so beautifully and created a Thanksgiving table sure to be the perfect place for dining and memory making. The plaid blanket tablecloth is inspired!. Thank you for inviting me to hop with you. It is such a pleasure to be included. Pinned and big hugs of gratitude.

  15. I love how this turned out!! Your tablecloth is the most perfect Thanksgiving tablecloth ever!!! I love the glasses with the leaves! I also love the blue! Those salad plates and the rustic chargers work so well together! I love the tags and bread boards too! Pinning to remember all the inspo!

  16. This shows off your talents! When you can be visiting somewhere else and still make a wonderful tablescape!
    Love the plaid throw and the lantern accents. I have those blue dishes but never thought of mixing them in for Thanksgiving! I can see why you liked those chargers so much and the stemware is very pretty! I hope you enjoy your time there!

  17. Chloe I love the gorgeous plaid throw which has such a traditional fall look mixed in with the pretty touches of blue and rustic accents. I hope you have a blessed and happy Thanksgiving. Thank you for all you do to make these hops a success!

  18. Chloe, how fun for you to decorate a table at your daughter’s home! I can only imagine how beautiful it must be in that part of our country during Fall. You are making sweet memories which your grandchildren will always remember. I love those chargers too and agree it’s a shame to cover them up.
    The filled lanterns and plaid tablecloth are so cozy and I love that you used the blue dishes! Happy Thanksgiving!

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