Williams-Sonoma Thanksgiving Tabletop

November 3, 2015

By Tab Byrum


Thanksgiving is 23 days away and it’s never too early to start planning your dinner. I thought today we would start our Thanksgiving posts with a look at tabletop from Williams-Sonoma, for many people the look of the dinner table and how it’s decorated sets the tone for the dinner, whether you are going formal and elegant or rustic and relaxed. All the items we are looking at today can be mixed with dishes, flatware or silver and linens that you already own, maybe it’s time to invest in some new linens for ultimate eating holiday and again combine them with your dishes. Take a peek at what Williams-Sonoma has to offer and I’ll try to give you some hints and ideas along the way. Enjoy!!!

Plymouth Turkey Collection



These serving pieces from the Plymouth Turkey Collection will work well with most dishes, decorative serving pieces are always a great way to perk things up. 


The tablecloth from the Plymouth collection is gorgeous and again you can use your dishes and set them on this new beautiful cloth. With all the colors in the turkey on this cloth, you can coordinate several different colors for napkins, candles, and flowers. 


Or you can add new napkins, these sitting on top of an all white cloth or a gold or brown cloth would be beautiful. 


I think the Plymouth Turkey apron would be an awesome hostess gift, have it shipped to your host or hostess a few days ahead of time with a note saying something special for the Chef and thanks for hosting this year. 

Wine Country Harvest Jacquard



This jacquard tablecloth is so beautiful and again would be beautiful with your dishes.


If you hate to cover up your dining table maybe you just need a runner and matching napkins like these from the Wine Country collection.


Another beautiful set of dishes are these from the Botanical Pumpkin Collection, they’ll mix beautifully with all white dishes and maybe a simple green cloth on the table. 

All images are courtesy of Willimas-Sonoma.

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