As October comes to a very quick close, I can’t help but get overly excited for Thanksgiving and the rest of the Holiday Season. Life has just been zooming by lately, and the holiday season is to me is cozying inside with family and friends, I can already smell the festive candles and feel the soft throws scattered around the house. I am so very ready to slow down this winter seasons and get my fight back under me. So dreaming of those family gatherings, let me inspire you a little with a festive Thanksgiving Table look. I am one to start decorating for Christmas as soon as halloween ends because I like to enjoy it for a while before our annual tradition of taking it down December 26th… I know, we all have different traditions & ours may seem odd to you, but it’s what works for our family & we love it! Although Christmas goes up, I still enjoy decorating for Thanksgiving & eating a turkey with the Christmas lights on is surprisingly cozy… you should try it! I created this Thanksgiving look to hopefully inspire a cozy Thanksgiving look for you, but to also share some exciting news & a way I want to give back with you this week…
For this Thanksgiving look I used items that I found at William Sonoma [all linked below for you]. I was really inspired by the turkey art plates that reminded me of antique finds so I was sure to include a lot of my antique finds in with this look as well. From the cloches to the napkins to the glasses to the plates, I found so many fun fall things at William Sonoma this year & so I was THRILLED when they asked me to join them for this live that gives back.. Honored doesn’t even cut it. You may have noticed a few changes that we made to the library room. Some painting has taken place and changes to our bookshelves were made this last week. I promise to chat about them later with you! The new color was a great backdrop for this cozy fall look so naturally, I added a good amount of fall and thanksgiving decor in the bookshelves to add another layer of the holiday decor to the space.
I wanted to keep the centerpiece minimal and low to the table for the purpose of conversation and connecting with everyone at the table. If the centerpiece gets too grand, it can become distracting and block any conversations to be had with guests across the table. This way everyone can connect with each other without having to duck their heads around and also without having to move anything.
Hosting a lot of people? Check out this [HERE] Farmhouse Thanksgiving table I styled a couple of years ago! Speaking of hosting, let me tell you about a very fun and exciting event happening next week, November 4th. I will be hosting Williams Sonoma, on Instagram Live, for a Thanksgiving Event.
Williams Sonoma Thanksgiving Live Event!
On November 4th at 8PM EST, join me and some special guests as I go live with William Sonoma for a Thanksgiving live event! For more info on the event and how to reserve your spot, click here [HERE]. Over on my Instagram, Williams Sonoma and I are giving away 10 copies of my new book along with access to the live event! Check out my Instagram for more info!
To shop the items I used for this Festive Thanksgiving table and more Thanksgiving finds, click the images below:
The vintage items I used on this table include a vintage linen table runner and vintage candlesticks.
xx Liz Marie