Thanksgiving Table Setting Ideas From a Few of Vogue’s Favorite Tastemakers
“We love linens because they are great to layer and create a really good base for your tablescape to build on. Think: a neutral tablecloth with colorful napkins, or a linen tablecloth with jute placemats for extra texture.” -Sarah Pecaut, co-founder of Misette
“There are few things I love more than a matching moment—a guest bedroom covered entirely in toile, or a smart sheath dress with a matching coat. If you feel the same, might I recommend a monochromatic moment for this year’s Thanksgiving tablescape? Choose a color and then play with shades, prints, and textures in your choices of linens, china, and flowers.
This Thanksgiving, I’m thinking orange, with gingham linens in varying check size, striped water and wine glasses by Isabel Halley, and an abundance of marigolds.” -Todd Heim, founder of Chez Diane
“A runner or a tablecloth can make the table feel really special. Personally, I still love a tablecloth, even though they may seem old-fashioned, but it doesn’t have to be fancy. My favorite trick is simply using large pieces of plain linen. It’s a beautiful way to add texture.” -Robin Standefer, co-founder of Roman and Williams
“Don’t be afraid to bring in unexpected colors: This year I will be dressing our Thanksgiving table in an all American classic: denim. A beautiful denim tablecloth can exude a grounded elegance that when paired with decorative plates and crisp napkins, feels wonderfully fresh and chic. Our uncle, Hubert de Givenchy, knew how to use denim and this high/low pairing to great effect. I will be pairing mine with baskets of fall foliage in yellow and burnt orange, and setting the table with my favorite octagonal French faience plates in ochre.” -Zoë de Givenchy, founder of Z.d.G.
“When I lay a table the first thing I think about is layering. Working up from your tablecloth to your linens and plates to your glassware, it’s creating that story through layers that makes all the difference. Then, work with a theme and color adding textures as you go, but try and stay true to your chosen palette.” -Alice Naylor-Leland, founder of Mrs. Alice
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