How To Set A Table For Thanksgiving Dinner | Table Settings - Brit + Co

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That's why we rounded up some of the best tablecloths, dishes, glasses, silverware, napkins and napkin holders, and table decor for Thanksgiving. But first things first: How exactly do you set a table? While formal settings can get more persnickety, the step-by-step instructions below for how to set a table are a good guideline for dinner parties.

Tablecloths and Charger PlatesZara Home Linen Tablecloth ($109) Go classic fall with this burnt orange linen tablecloth. Lithuanian Linen Tablecloth, Watercolor Florals ($188) This watercolor-inspired tablecloth has just the right amount of autumn color while tempering it with cool shades of mauve and blue.MagicLinen Linen Tablecloth ($51+) If you're using warm colors and wood on your table, they'll pop against a light blue.Monique Lhuillier Melrose Glass Charger Plate ($30) Made from soda glass that's 10% recycled, this charger plate sets the scene for all the plates and bowls that will top it. West Elm Pewter Metal Charger ($30) Invite some natural elements to your table with this deep-gray charger plate. DinnerwareAnthroplogie Hayes Side Plates, Set of 4 ($48) Modern and minimalist, this stoneware collection keeps a low profile while adding a pop color. Our Place Everyone's Invited ($375) All the items in this 36-piece hand-glazed ceramic dinnerware set have a natural, satin-finish exterior and a glossy inside that's scratch-resistant. Fortessa Dinnerware Solutions Textured Glass Dinnerware, 16-Piece Set ($149) Tinted glass is a pretty way to invite some subtle color to dinner. Zara Home Complete Porcelain Tableware Set With Rim ($250+) This earthy porcelain dinnerware is a full set, and it includes bowls, coffee mugs, and dinner, soup, and dessert plates.NapkinsAtelier Saucier Peppermint Floral Napkins, Set of 4 ($88) Made with 100% reclaimed fabric, these napkins will add some quick depth to your table. H&M 2-Pack Linen Napkins ($13) You'll want to stock up on these linen napkins that look pricier than they are. You can use them year-round.A Quilt in Every Room Mismatched Large Dinner Napkins, Set of 6 ($39) When colors coordinate, mismatched napkins can be a fun, playful moment. Of course, it's much easier when they're sold as a set.Napkin RingsCrate & Barrel 3-Ring Wood Napkin Ring ($5) Three interlocking rings of beach wood will ground napkins with an earth element.H&M 2-Pack Macramé Napkin Rings ($7) Create a macramé moment with these woven napkin rings. Macondo Forever Autumn Orchid Napkin Ring ($7, was $12) Handwoven with straw, these boho napkin holders in marigold will be the first thing guests notice on your table. UtensilsCB2 20-Piece Modern Brushed Champagne Gold Flatware Set ($109) If you ever wanted to try gold silverware but were afraid it'd be too much, this matte champagne set is gilded without feeling gaudy. Utensils Mepra Italian Flatware, Fantasia Color Flatware 20-Piece Set ($371) Silverware isn't typically where we think to add color, but maybe it should be? Mix and match colors or run with one. Hay Colour Chopsticks, Set of 6 Pairs ($28, was $40) If you're serving a dish that'd be better eaten with chopsticks, don't be afraid to include them at each place setting. Just center them directly above the dinner plates. GlasswareAnthropologie Morgan Coupe Glasses, Set of 4 ($56) Toast the 1920s with these color coupe glasses that can be used for cocktails or Champagne. Glasvin The Universal Wine Glass, Set of 6 ($237) Possibly the lightest glass you'll ever lift, this all-purpose wine glass is one you'll want to keep forever. Oake Stackable Water Glasses, Set of 4 ($50, was $71) Made with soda lime glass, these stackable water glasses can hold plenty of H2O.Zara Home Crystalline Tumbler With Raised Design ($10) Made with 100% crystal, these glasses are just begging for an oversize ice cube. Table DecorAnthropologie Gradient Vase ($32) Mixing warm and cool tones, this glass vase will complement a variety tables while bringing in a hint of color. Anthropologie Recycled Glass Bud Vases, Set of 3 ($36) Instead of one big vase in the middle, try scattering a few small ones throughout the table's center. The Quiet Botanist Natural Botanist ($88) While fresh flowers are always a good idea, dried bouquets feel made for fall's final days.POWFinds Colorful Retro Vintage Glass Candlestick Holders ($19+) Mix and match taper candles to vary height around the table.

Go classic fall with this burnt orange linen tablecloth.

This watercolor-inspired tablecloth has just the right amount of autumn color while tempering it with cool shades of mauve and blue.

If you're using warm colors and wood on your table, they'll pop against a light blue.

Made from soda glass that's 10% recycled, this charger plate sets the scene for all the plates and bowls that will top it.

Invite some natural elements to your table with this deep-gray charger plate.

Modern and minimalist, this stoneware collection keeps a low profile while adding a pop color.

All the items in this 36-piece hand-glazed ceramic dinnerware set have a natural, satin-finish exterior and a glossy inside that's scratch-resistant.

Tinted glass is a pretty way to invite some subtle color to dinner.

This earthy porcelain dinnerware is a full set, and it includes bowls, coffee mugs, and dinner, soup, and dessert plates.

Made with 100% reclaimed fabric, these napkins will add some quick depth to your table.

You'll want to stock up on these linen napkins that look pricier than they are. You can use them year-round.

When colors coordinate, mismatched napkins can be a fun, playful moment. Of course, it's much easier when they're sold as a set.

Three interlocking rings of beach wood will ground napkins with an earth element.

Create a macramé moment with these woven napkin rings.

Handwoven with straw, these boho napkin holders in marigold will be the first thing guests notice on your table.

If you ever wanted to try gold silverware but were afraid it'd be too much, this matte champagne set is gilded without feeling gaudy.

Silverware isn't typically where we think to add color, but maybe it should be? Mix and match colors or run with one.

If you're serving a dish that'd be better eaten with chopsticks, don't be afraid to include them at each place setting. Just center them directly above the dinner plates.

Toast the 1920s with these color coupe glasses that can be used for cocktails or Champagne.

Possibly the lightest glass you'll ever lift, this all-purpose wine glass is one you'll want to keep forever.

Made with soda lime glass, these stackable water glasses can hold plenty of H2O.

Made with 100% crystal, these glasses are just begging for an oversize ice cube.

Mixing warm and cool tones, this glass vase will complement a variety tables while bringing in a hint of color.

Instead of one big vase in the middle, try scattering a few small ones throughout the table's center.

While fresh flowers are always a good idea, dried bouquets feel made for fall's final days.

Mix and match taper candles to vary height around the table.

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