Take a look at our lovely table linens and ideas for easy entertaining. In the spirit of Saffron Marigold, we’ve focused on things that are handmade, or that you can make.
- Tableware: (I know everyone doesn’t want to run out and buy new plates, but it’s still fun to see what really pops with these prints). We’ll keep in mind too, that a colored charger under a neutral dish accomplishes the same striking look.
- Simple Decorations you can make that will give your table the hand-touched look that is Saffron Marigold.
- Recipes that are global, yet perfect for fall gatherings.
Use a couple of these ideas, and add a few of your own for a really memorable Thanksgiving feast!
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- Each post in this series ends with a couple questions about how you would bring your unique style to a table dressed in Saffron Marigold linens. Simply answer in the comments for a particular post, and you’ll be entered in a weekly raffle. Make a Facebook comment or share for two extra entries! Check this page each Friday to see if you’ve won! (If you don’t win, try again next week! )
|The array of jewel tones in the Spice Route tablecloth lends itself to a colorful and organic tablescape. Just perfect for fall!|
|Bring out warm pumpkin, sage and seagrass tones when you use this Waltz of the Vines table runner. We’ve got lots of lovely ideas to help you complete your Thanksgiving table.|
|Check out the luscious pottery, elegant centerpiece and toasty beverages we’ve included in this Indian Summer table setting. You’re sure to find something to love.|
|A traditional Thanksgiving with an ethnic twist… Sound intriguing? Check out the exotic Thanksgiving table we’ve created with Ruby Kilim.|
|Our Tropical Garden Mix-and-Match makes for an abundant Thanksgiving table. Get inspired by lovely pottery, floral decor and a great recipe.|
|A perfect fall print, Chasing Butterflies has colors in melon red, raspberry, olive green, ochre and sky blue on a milky white ground. Need ideas for a Thanksgiving with a French Country flair?|
|The papery red beauty of the poppy comes alive in this print. Simple, classic and elegant, Red Poppy is versatile for all seasons and so right for Thanksgiving. For some fun ideas on dinnerware and recipes, read on.|
|Understated, elegant and natural, Ivy Lace may be quiet, but your Thanksgiving table will certainly inspire many “ooh’s and ahh’s” from guests. Do read the post for specific ideas and more pictures.|
|This is a fun one… the gorgeous, deep indigo of Starry Nights on handmade batik cloth is perfect for pairing with bright autumnal colors. See what we’ve done with this tablescape.|
|Kilim Noir is an exotic take on your traditional Thanksgiving linens. Pair this bold, Turkish kilim inspired print with festive gold chargers and sparkling wine glasses and it will light up the room. Find ideas for entertaining with this print.|
|Bring a glam vibe to your Thanksgiving table by creating a shimmery natural tablescape with Memories of Shalimar. The soft muted tones provide a perfect backdrop for a quiet elegant setting or a dramatic green and gold Kilim inspired setting.|
|A beautiful exotic Thanksgiving table with aristocratic elephants setting the stage. Burnt orange and dark green on deep burgundy make a definite statement.|
|The bright blue and red southwestern-inspired pattern on this runner invites a whole new look at the Thanksgiving table. Navajo Rhythms is big, bold and beautiful.|
|What are some of your favorite ideas for Thanksgiving decor? We’ll share some of ours with you. See 5 simple, natural centerpieces here.|
I’ve enjoyed researching and sharing these Mix and Match Ideas with you, and I would really enjoy it if you would share with the rest of us here at Saffron Marigold how you hosted your own unique Thanksgiving celebration! Take plenty of pictures on the big day, and send them to us at email@example.com!
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