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Make Thanksgiving Extra Magical This Year With Resplendent Tabletop Décor

Even with the new normal, the holiday season is shaping up to be like no other. It's time to entertain guests, albeit more private and close knit. Getting ready for the holidays involves more than buying gifts and concocting elaborate feasts. Whether you're entertaining guests or just having family over, there are several things to keep in mind before you get your home ready for Thanksgiving this year. Here are a few quick and easy tabletop styling tips.

Make a Statement with Dining Table Settings

It's time to bring out the fancy dinnerware and create an exquisite, festive tablescape complete with resplendent candles, metallic candle holders, and fresh, seasonal blooms. When it comes to candles, using various heights and color-coordinated hues is the key. Having tapers and pillar candles lit brings in a feeling of warmth and creates an even more special ambiance. It is crucial to ensure that the décor pieces on the table do not obstruct views and keep you from having comfortable conversations across the table. The table runner, placemats, and napkins will also beautify the overall look and feel.

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Minimalism All The Way

Enhance the beauty of your mantle and fireplace in a minimalistic way, skip the overwhelming décor that takes away from its timeless look, and simply decorate it with white tapers and pillar candles. A table centerpiece with flowers, candles, and other décor pieces should be more minimalistic without being too overpowering. The food and the guests are the focus of attention. 

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Embrace Accessories with Personality


Geometric Tealight holders, Glass hurricanes, and metallic accessories like a silver tray and rustic, copper candle holders add warmth and elegance, the perfect setting for your holiday feast. Be it simple candlesticks or more elaborate candle holders, they add subdued lighting to your home to create a cozy, inviting atmosphere.