Halloween was so yesterday. hahaha. But for real, feeling traditional, and thinking about Thanksgiving, something warm, welcoming and cozy. Touches of plaid add a perfect amount of preppyness, layered pumpkins and natural elements add the perfect amount of bohemian. Add a little glam with hits of copper.
We're about 2 weeks out from Halloween, which means we have to start thinking about Thanksgiving, naturally. *insert eye roll emoji* Well, I'm a planner, and I stumbled upon this first image in the upper left a while back, and I have been obsessed ever since. It's such an unexpected way to use gourds, and the colors are so refreshing for the season. This image perfectly compliments all the marble and wood trends happening in the market right now. I don't even know if we'll be hosting anyone this Thanksgiving, but if we do, I'm inspired!
Thanksgiving is just two days away, but that's okay you still have time to invite over a few friends, get a bunch of wine and throw together a drop-dead gorgeous table. Just check out these 10 ideas that cover the spectrum of tables. There's ideas for everyone on this list!
1. A black table gets a jolt of life with greenery and gold at Sarah Sherman Samuel's Thanksgiving.
2. Athena Calderone's moody and colorful table is a stunner for a Thursday night feast.
3. This DIY-filled table by Justina Blakeney uses produce as it's main star.
4. My Domaine featured this clean and beautiful setting.
5. Studio DIY nailed the super fun, throwback Friendsgiving!
6. This vintage post from Design*Sponge has always been one of my favorites. I love how homey it feels.
7. Purple and gold sing together on this Thanksgiving table from Apartment 34.
8. A happy bustling table via The Kitchn.
9. Justina Blakney nails the boho, eclectic look every time, perfect for pairing all the miscellaneous stuff you have on hand.
10. I love this clean, modern layers of this table by Craft and Couture.
We're taking a little baby moon to London over Thanksgiving, thus we will be missing the proper American feast. I decided it would be fun to have a few friends over early for Thanksgiving, round one and this moodboard is the feeling I want to channel, eclectic and bohemian. Sure I will pull out my fine wedding china I haven't used since last year, but it doesn't all have to be that serious. I love the the mixing of prints and patterns on the tables below, to achieve a gathered, casual and inviting look.