The holidays are the perfect time to set your table… but who says they can’t have their moment all year round?! As you gear up to gather for Thanksgiving, here are some tips and tricks for setting the perfect tablescape your friends and family won’t stop talking about!

Perfect Tablescape

Start with your favorite color scheme.

Whether you love a pop of color or a more muted moment, the color scheme can set the tone for the entire table! For us, neutrals are our go-to and never go out of style!

Take your pick: tablecloth or runner?

Can’t go wrong either way! They both add style and personality to your table that your guests will rave about! Our Jet Lag tablecloth always wins!

House of Nomad Jet Lag Tablecloth tablescape

Now it’s time to set your table…let’s get stacking!

Grab your plates, bowls, and napkins to start assembling! HON tip - Don’t be afraid to mix and match! We love combining multiple patterns of the same shade for a funky look, like this bold black + white dinnerware!

House of Nomad Bold Black and White Dinnerware

bold black and white dinnerware

Bring out all the dreamy glassware!

Place a glass for each guest to get the party started - flute, wine glass, coupe or whatever suits your fancy! We’ve been SWOONING over this collection of stunning colored glasses!

colored glassware

Choose your centerpiece.

We recommend starting with a vessel of your choice - HON tip…anything can be a vase! Layer in your favorite florals, depending on what’s in season. We paired this gorgeous amber jar with some baby’s breath for a soft, organic look.

styled tablescape

Finish with your favorite accents.

It’s all about the finishing touches. Candlesticks are a go-to because they set the mood while also adding dimension. Our favorite combo recently has been this white wave candle holder and these bold green candlesticks - perfect for the holidays or year round!

tablescape candles tablescape candlesticks
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Style by Vestique
Hosted at North Corner Haven
Photos by Erica Serrano Photography

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