Coastal Farmhouse Style Thanksgiving Dinner Settings

farmhouse Thanksgiving tabel setting

Halloween may be over but the season of festivities has just began. I’m already thinking about Thanksgiving, what to cook and how to set the table. This year, my uncle’s birthday falls on Thanksgiving so I won’t be able to host my usual dinner. But that doesn’t mean that I can still gather up ideas on how to style a coastal farmhouse thanksgiving dinner to get us all in the spirit.

Lately and especially with the cozy season upon us, I can feel the urge inside to call a home my own. A house that I can design and decorate to my liking. Maybe it’s also the fact that I’m turning 30 next year and that my inner clock tells me to build a nest and start a family.

I have always been a huge fan of the coastal farmhouse style (probably the most pins on Pinterest besides recipes). I like homes that are bright and airy yet warm and welcoming with a lot of little details. I’m also drawn to old houses instead of newly build ones as they often lack charme. It has been a dream of mine since childhood to purchase an old house and renovate it.

But let’s get back to Thanksgiving. On this grey and rainy November day, I felt like browsing the internet for the best coastal farmhouse style Thanksgiving dinner table setting ideas out there.

Find my favorites below.

A beach-inspired rose gold Thanksgiving Table by Katrina Scott from Tone It UP

I’ve always been a huge fan of Kat’s taste from Tone It Up. I love how she mixes white and blush tones with just the right amount of color and this rose gold Thanksgiving dinner table setting is certainly no exception.

A beautiful coastal Thanksgving Table by Kim from Sand & Sisal

This coastal Thanksgving table setting speaks right to my beachbabe heart! I just love how she combined beach ornaments like starfish with more traditional fall elements like pumpkins, all while staying in the color range of white, teal, and sand.

Elegant and rustic Thanksgiving Table by Elizabeth Anne Designs

This rustic and elegant table setting was actually for a winter wedding but I thought that it would also make for a perfect Thanksgiving setup. I would add a few white pumpkins and some gold-sprayed leaves to add a little fall touch to the mix. Just the perfect cozy combination of Thanksgiving and the upcoming Christmas season.

A gold and plaid inspired Thanksgiving Table by by Dawn from Party Till Dawn

With all my love for white, I also fancy a good old plaid thrown into the mix. This Thanksgiving table setting just looks so cozy. I can totally see myself sitting there with a warm apple cider in hand waiting for the Turkey to be served 🙂

Bright and elegant Thanksgiving Table by Bre from the rooms for rent blog

This elegant Thanksgiving table setup with the flower pumpkin centerpiece seems like it’s coming right out of a fairytale castle! I love the combination of the bright and airy elements against the traditional pumpkin color. And how cute are those pumpkin salt and pepper shakers?!

BLUSH and Rose Gold Thanksgiving Style table by Hey Wedding Lady

This blush and rose gold table setup was actually styled for a wedding shoot. In my opinion, it would also be a great Thanksgiving dinner setting. It’s always great to see what you can do with pumpkins creatively. And rose gold is always a favorite, no matter the season!

I hoped you liked this little roundup of awesome coastal farmhouse Thanksgiving dinner table setups and that you got some inspo for your own.

I’m excited to see what you will come up with! Share with me @madeleinestanev


One response to “Coastal Farmhouse Style Thanksgiving Dinner Settings”

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