“Be thankful for what you have; you’ll end up having more. If you concentrate on what you don’t have, you will never, ever have enough.” (Oprah Winfrey)

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Happy Thanksgiving everyone, I hope that this post helps you get some ideas for your own thanksgiving table, but most of all I hope you can find gratitude, joy and love in the situation you are in and people who are around you.

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There are a lots of different ways your can style your thanksgiving table. Three things I thought about was layering, colour and scenting. 


Its good to layer different textures and elements, I kept my my thanksgiving table very minimal and added texture and depth through natural wicker placemats with rosemary down the centre. Wood slices placed as a small centre piece are great because you can add fun items like the squashes but also a carafe or bottle of wine. Other items that you could use to add texture is a table runner and or a faux garland down the centre.

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I chose natural elements with the wooden candle holders and natural placemats, alongside a more modern brass/copper candle holders. I would have loved to place some vintage silverware or brass silverware which would have added to this aesthetic, thats definitely something on my Christmas list.

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I scented my room with nära’s Mulled Pear candle, say no more.

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Whatever your plans are for this thanksgiving holiday, we hope you have a wonderful celebration and get some inspiration of how to style your thanksgiving table.

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Kate Daw