The holidays are around the corner. Today I’m sharing a simple classic Thanksgiving tablescape. If you’ve followed along, you probably already know that I love neutral themes. So no surprises here 🙂
I’m always on the hunt for ways to spruce up a space on a dime and shopped my home for all the pieces used.
I found these really affordable chargers a couple of months ago. They are timeless and I see a lot of use in the future. The table mats are our everyday mats and worked well with the theme.
I added some faux greenery in the mix. I absolutely love these Magnolia wreaths. They are simple and elegant. I used it as part of my centerpieces on the table and the sideboard.
The olive branches were a find from a year ago. I used the short stems to complete the table centerpiece.
I used longer stems and a bay leaf garland for the bar cart. I love the way it turned out.
I added candles to both sides of centerpiece to complete the look.
I kept the sideboard simple with a few vases. My style is transitional so I mixed some modern and traditional pieces to complete the look. My favorite vase is the one with wheat. It is pretty versatile and goes with almost anything.
Here are some more pictures of the completed space. I’m very pleased with the way it turned out and look forward to our Thanksgiving dinner.
I hope you enjoyed reading about my classic thanksgiving tablescape. Thank you for stopping by and hope you have a wonderful Thanksgiving.