Seasonal Decorating 1 Thanksgiving Table 3 Ways 11/07/2017 Share Thanksgiving is almost here and we want your table setting to look spectacular! Whether you are having a formal event with multiple guests, or a casual sit-down with family, presentation is everything and we're here to help. We created 3 different tablescapes to show you a variety ways you can transform a single Thanksgiving table. Take a look! 1. Sophisticated Organic Stripes are a classic pattern and combined with a black, white and gray color scheme, this table instantly creates a sophisticated look. To keep it interesting and less formal, layer on the organic elements. Lay the garland across the runner and scatter the green shaded mini pumpkins around the garland. To create some symmetry, evenly space the bark candle sets across the runner. Easy and beautiful! Garland Runner Candles Place-Card Holder Napkin Charger Tablecloth 2. Golden Glam Gold makes a big statement and instantly makes a space more formal. To create this look, start with a patterned runner and build the decor around its color scheme. Floral arrangements add height to the table, but not so high that they're distracting and get in the way of conversation. Scatter white pumpkins and small candles between the floral arrangements to fill space. BONUS: Switch out the white pumpkins for pinecones for an instant Christmas table! Florals Runner Place Card Holder Candles Placemat Charger Silverware Napkin 3. Country Casual This table setting is easy and low key for a casual look. We love these long wooden bowls because they can be used for so many things. Fill them with pinecones at Christmas. This Summer, fill them with lemons. For everyday decor, fill with decorative balls, or fresh fruit and vegetables. For this Thanksgiving look, we filled the bowls with white pumpkins. The orange berry garland adds a fun texture to the table and fills in all the empty space. The tablecloth is a neutral color and pattern that can be used everyday as well. Bowl Garland Place Card Holder Napkin Charger Tablecloth There you have it! Three different ways to style your Thanksgiving table this year. Which is your favorite?