I can’t believe it’s almost November–where has this year gone?! The Holiday season is just around the corner, and I’m excited to have additional time with family! If you’re a planner like me, you may have already started thinking through your Thanksgiving entertaining. For those hosting family or friends this year and looking to spruce up their tablescape, I wanted to share some adorable tabletop finds I came across for styling the perfect autumnal table.

Metal Serving Spoons // Scalloped Linen Napkins // Ribbed Sage Short Tumbler // Pumpkin Gravy Boat // Bread Basket // Turkey Embroidered Napkins // Floral Tablecloth // Colored Wine Glasses // Paisley Cotton Napkins // Flower Napkin Rings // Rattan Napkin Rings // Gingham Tablecloth // Silverware // Serving Board

I have an extensive collection of table linens for different occasions, and I still find myself lusting over all the beautiful tablecloths available this time of year. You can’t go wrong with a classic neutral gingham tablecloth. This $20 tablecloth is perfect if you don’t want to worry about being precious with table linens when hosting kids or a large crowd. I have a feeling I will not be able to resist adding to my collection, given Tuckernuck’s stunning new tabletop collection! They always design the most beautiful things, and this is no exception. I want a few sets for hosting! The pieces are thoughtfully designed and on trend but also classic.

These scalloped linen napkins are a timeless set you can use for entertaining year-round. But if you’re looking for something more festive, these turkey embroidered napkins are adorable and add a fun touch to any Thanksgiving tabletop. The great thing about setting a tablescape is that it can be as simple or elaborate as you’d like with glassware, napkins, and centerpieces, so have fun with it!


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The turkey napkins would be such a fun way to add a holiday nod to an otherwise a simple and neutral tablescape!
Would love to see you style a tablescape or two with your linen collection next time 🙂 I find it more inspirational and easier to envision than looking at a collage.