Neutral Fall Thanksgiving Table Decor

Hi there! I’ve made some updates to the Neutral Fall Thanksgiving Table Decor for 2020 that I want to share with you. I’ll link any sources I have. I added the small white pumpkins to the table settings. These rustic candle pillars go really well with the neutral decor as well. I hung the fall wreath above the mirror this year and put out the more traditional looking wreath on the front door. I also added these white lamps back in the summer.

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similar large white pumpkin here | here | garland | similar garland | candle pillar | candles

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napkins Home Goods | similar charger | cream charger | plates | small white pumpkins 

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plaid table runner | linen table runner | similar white footed bowl | similar tray

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lamps | similar apothecary jar | vases older Home Goods | similar wreath


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2019 Table Decor


plates | charger | wicker charger | table runner | garland

For the past few years, I’ve really been into neutral Thanksgiving and Fall Decor. I found these plates and dinnerware a few years ago and just love them! You could do so much with them like add blues or greens. I kept it fairly neutral with creams, browns and green since my dining room are those colors all year round.  One thing about neutral dining decor is that you can use most pieces for every holiday like the chargers, table runners, etc. I just bought this garland and plan to use it at Christmas, too. If you can find it in store, it’s from Target but no longer sold online. I was able to find a great dupe though here. I found another pretty option here and it would work for the table or a mantle.

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Many of these items like the large pumpkins and small glitter pumpkins were found at Marshall’s or Hobby Lobby. Those are both great resources for neutral fall and Thanksgiving decor. I just browse each year and pick up what I like and make it work. I don’t usually have a theme or anything in mind. I let things like the plates and garland dictate how I’ll do the rest.


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