Whether you spend hours cooking, or your cooking style involves delivery and take out, make your Thanksgiving dinner feel like a special production with a grand tablescape. As we cherish time with family and friends more than ever, thoughtful and festive place settings and decor transform an everyday table in to a memorable moment. Kim Seybert sets the standard for detailed decor that is both sophisticated and festive.
This timeless Thanksgiving orange and red hued place setting pairs the microbeaded Vermicelli placemat with the hand feathered Gobble napkin ring, and colorful dip dye red to orange linen napkins. The intricately beaded Plume table runner is inspired by fall foliage and harvest accents, and is a dining WOW piece, and the Spectrum cocktail napkins accent the dining table design even when guests are mingling away from the table.
Gild your Thanksgiving table with another classic tablescape from Kim Seybert, this one featuring shimmering metallics and rustic touches. Each item on the table is also versatile in its own right, easily morphing styles for future gatherings. The Tangiers placemat resembles a pointillist painting, with minute dots forming an interwoven, continuous design that transitions easily from casual to formal settings. Hand-applied foil, which will vary in density, adds depth and luster, as will the Distressed napkin in gold. A neutral background brings out the refined gold detail in these lovely napkins, which are fashioned from an open weave linen and paired with beaded gold Theadora napkin rings.
Thanksgiving decor can also be very natural and organic, celebrating the fall harvest and cool weather outdoors. The Woodland placemat brings the forest to your table as a near exact replica of a cross section of a tree, complete with growth rings and natural seams in the bark, and the Seastone napkin ring looks like naturally polished river rocks collected by hand. The Bauble gold embroidered napkin completes the look. Look for more Thanksgiving table and decor inspirations this month as the holidays approach!