In this post you’ll find ideas for easy farmhouse Thanksgiving table decor. I absolutely adore styling tablescapes. I’m constantly adding pins to my tablescape Pinterest board for inspiration, and I just love to create them myself. Remember the coastal Thanksgiving tablescape I styled for the HomeGoods blog?
I wouldn’t mind having an excuse to design a tablescape every week.
Here is a roundup of 7 Thanksgiving table settings with a farmhouse or cottage flair, and I especially like them because they are super simple, yet so pretty.
7 Easy Farmhouse Thanksgiving Table Decor Ideas
Make super easy fabric pumpkins for your table decor: Making these pumpkins with repurposed fabric (can be a T-shirt) took only a few minutes. Check out my easy tutorial.
Use vintage silverware and leaves:
This is so easy to recreate with fake or real leaves and vintage silver. I often pick up vintage silver for hardly any money in thrift stores or at tag sales.
Upcycle sweaters as candles wrapper: This is perfect for a fall-themed or Thanksgiving tablescape.
Simply cut off the sleeve part of an old sweater and reuse it to wrap a glass candle or glass. Add a leave by securing it with a piece of yarn or ribbon. Then add a tealight.
Use washi tape: Washi tape is so incredibly versatile! You can add it to secure a flower in place on a plate, a list of things your guests are thankful for they can full out themselves, or write a message on it for your table setting.
Simply use washi tape to tape a little branch or herb or similar item to the Thankgiving plates. You could also use the tape to make a pretty a place card by adding your guest’s name.
Combine flowers and pumpkins for a centerpiece: This looks so spectacular! You could recreate this with flowers in your desired color scheme.
I think creme-colored pumpkins and orange ranunculus would look beautiful for a farmhouse or cottage Thanksgiving tablescape.
Use ribbon: I like how this simple idea: add ribbons for an extra touch of decor. This reminds me of how I decorated little pumpkins for every plate for this unique Homegoods fall table setting.
Mix and match: If you don’t have enough plates from one set for all your guest, simply mix and match.
Use fruit instead of pumpkins, or in combination with pumpkins: The colors of apples and pears are perfect for a simple Thanksgiving tablescape.
Instead of adding the fruit directly to the table, you could also create the centerpieces on pretty plates. You can buy vintage plates like this one for not much money at thrift stores.
That makes removing them after dinner faster, or your could surprise your guest by letting them take the centerpieces home. That would be a nice gift, wouldn’t it?
Which one of these Thanksgiving tablescapes is your favorite? How are you decorating for Thanksgiving this year?
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Easy Farmhouse Thanksgiving Table Decor
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