get the look: stunning thanksgiving table

With Thanksgiving a day away, I’m sure you already have your menu set and your shopping done and are ready to get your cook on, but if you’re still looking for ideas on how to set your table, have I got some jawdropping inspiration for you!  This Thanksgiving table setting by Claiborne and Lime took my breath away the moment I saw it.  Not only is the table setting utter perfection, from the olive leaf garland and French bistro chairs to the vintage wedgwood plates and cobalt and persimmon color palette, but the backdrop is just as stunning! I love how something so simple as draping throws over the backs of dining chairs ups the cozy factor by 100% and those butcher block charger plates would be an incredibly easy DIY (just need a kreg jig, some 2×4’s and walnut stain!).  The watercolor dinner menu is the perfect finishing touch.

Clearly, it’s a tad late to try recreating this look (unless you own that gorgeous Juliska country estate dinnerware, in which case, I’m coming to your house for Turkey Day and taking my plate my favor), but we can all drool over these gorgeous pictures!  And if you’re feeling extra adventurous, check out my picks for getting the look at the end:

Here are my picks for getting the lookof this simple yet absolutely stunning table setting:

Olive leaf wreath / Plated glass votives / Juliska country estate dinner plate

Walnut cutting board / Silver candlesticksFrench wine glass / Linen satin stitch napkins

Constance side chair / Throw / Raffia runner / Lennox vintage jewel silverware

I hope you all have a wonderful Thanksgiving!


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  1. Kate on November 26, 2014 at 2:57 pm

    Sometimes I'm sad that I host Christmas instead of thanksgiving because I like thanksgiving table scapes better! 🙂 love what you've put together here!

  2. Kelly Stivers on November 27, 2014 at 12:07 am

    Kate-swap out the orange for red and you have a beautiful Christmas table! They posted a tutorial for the olive wreath leaf today, too!

  3. Antoinette Watson on March 4, 2015 at 9:28 pm

    Hi Kelly!

    What a beautiful post! i just saw this stalking your pinterest board and you can only imagine my surprise (and delight!) upon coming across these images! Thank you so much for the feature!

  4. Kelly Stivers on March 5, 2015 at 1:10 am

    Thank you so much, Antoinette! Your sweet comment made my day 🙂

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