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12 Things You Need For Your Farmhouse Thanksgiving Table

If you love the farmhouse style, you definitely need to read this. Grab these 12 things you need for your farmhouse Thanksgiving table using Cost Plus World Market Thanksgiving decor.

This post is brought to you by Cost Plus World Market and contains affiliate links, but nothing that I wouldn’t wholeheartedly recommend anyway! Read my full disclosure here.

Each year as a child, in the days leaving up to Thanksgiving, I would go over to my Grandma’s house and spend the day with her getting the house ready and…more importantly….getting the table ready for the big day.

I would get out the family place cards, decide on a seating plan and polish the silver. Decorating the table with Grandma was almost more fun than eating the food on Thanksgiving Day.

At my Grandma’s house, she has a buffet table in her dining room to put the food on, so we always had plenty of room on the table to make it very festive.

I wouldn’t trade those memories decorating the table with Grandma for anything. Do you have any fond memories decorating the table for Thanksgiving?

I know it almost seems crazy to be talking about Thanksgiving, but the truth is that it is already October next week, which means that it’s probably time to start planning for Thanksgiving. Today I’m sharing 12 things you need for your farmhouse style Thanksgiving table from Cost Plus World Market. 

For this farmhouse Thanksgiving table inspiration, I chose items that are mostly neutral, which gives it that classic farmhouse look. I love the look of the table with the plaid scarf used as a table runner and garland that really makes the table feel extra special for Thanksgiving.

Are you ready to see those 12 things you need for your farmhouse Thanksgiving table?

Collage of glassware, candle holders, silverware, placemats, garland, lazy susan, coasters, candle ring, table runner, flameless candle, mustard yellow table napkins and white stoneware plates with text overlay that says 12 essentials for a farmhouse thanksgiving table

Golden Yellow Napkins  –  Candleholders  –  LED Flameless Candles

Berry and Burlap Candle Ring  –  Wood Lazy Susan  –  Natural Placemats

Faux Eucalyptus Garland –  Stoneware Plates  –  Pressed Glassware

Hammered FlatwarePlaid Scarf  –  Wood & Marble Coasters

 

Here’s how this Thanksgiving table comes together:

  1. Scarf as table runner. You’re probably thinking…”what is this crazy lady thinking? Didn’t she realize that she put a SCARF on her list of things you need for your farmhouse style Thanksgiving table?”…ok, yes. I put a scarf on my list. One of my tried and true tips for decorating tables is using a scarf as a table runner. You may remember seeing this trick in action on Rustic Fall Tablescape or my Farmhouse Winter Tablescape. I love that you can, of course, use the scarf on your neck the rest of the time.
  2. Greenery. Next, layer on this gorgeous eucalypus garland down the middle of the table. Isn’t this garland just bursting with farmhouse style?
  3. Layer in candles. Next, add in the candles in and around the garland. Mix  some on candleholders and some down on the table. Since these candles are flameless, you don’t need to worry about anything catching fire.
  4. Place settings. The place settings come together next, with these amazing stoneware plates and pressed glasses on wood & marble coasters. I imagine the napkins laid over the plates with those gorgeous hammered flatware set on top.
  5. Add some cute convenience. A lazy susan is a great place to add smaller items on the table, like salt, pepper and butter. Adding in these natural placemats will also give the table some texture.

Doesn’t that just make you ready to decorate the table for Thanksgiving and eat some turkey!? In fact, these table decorations could work through the entire Fall season, so you can start decorating your table today.

As we enter the fall season, let’s all commit to doing something a little extra special for our Thanksgiving tables. If you have little ones or grandkids, be sure to let them help you decorate your table. You never know what kind of irreplaceable memories you may be making together.

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