Happy November! Today I’m sharing a warm and cozy Thanksgiving table using the rich colors of fall. This is my second Thanksgiving table this year and I wanted it to be quite different from my first.
If you missed my Rustic Gold Thanksgiving table, you can catch that post here. I used all gold and cream to create an elegant table with pears and greens. This time around, I wanted something very different! So I created a table using the rich colors of fall that imparts a warm and cozy feel!
These fig salad plates I’ve had for a few years and I’ve always loved the colors so I decided to let those lead the way!
I lined eucalyptus along with figs and artichokes down the center of the table for a warm yet natural runner that uses the bounty of nature that fall has to offer.
The fig plates are layered over my everyday white dishes, and under that, a gold charger. The deep plum linen napkin ties into the colors of the figs on the plate and the table.
The candles are mercury glass votives.
The flowers are a mix of white hydrangeas, turning hydrangeas from my bushes, eucalyptus (always!) and a couple of seasonal deep-berry colored flowers from Trader Joe’s.
I love the fresh figs on the table. Not only are they pretty, we got to eat them afterward! But I also found fabulous faux ones at Pottery Barn that look so real!! (And you can use them again!)
I love that this Thanksgiving table is a little less typical. I didn’t use pumpkins, or turkey plates, or traditional fall colors.
But I do think the deep plums, along with the greens and gold convey a warm and cozy feeling that’s perfect for the holiday!
Thanks so much for stopping by. I hope you found some inspiration for creating your own warm and cozy Thanksgiving table!
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