Black, White and Gold Thanksgiving Table

I created a little Thanksgiving tablescape utilizing primarily black, white and gold (no surprise, one of my favorite combos) and wanted to share photos of the end result! Despite the smaller oval table, I was still able to fit four place settings and a couple accessories as well. Definitely a cozy, intimate dining situation.

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I also added two throw pillows on my bench to round out the gold accents and provide a bit of height on that side of the table.
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To save a bit of surface space, I wrapped the knife, fork and spoon in cloth napkins and placed on top of each place setting. vTRZsqVVyQbzaUxIXNolIguZQkgbnLnUNIiP638dic4D4rrB11NpPyjIlfwkbHXQc1HHLSWHP8Mcx7R336ems4
The simple vintage candlesticks add height to the table and don’t take up much room. You don’t always have to put an actual candle in them either. They also compliment the non-vintage salt and pepper shakers. I love mixing old and new for a cohesive but interesting look. Jef4QNrLMLpQi0BHaOrz8dFIJ0CMq7xJNfPdxOV7J9o

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Hope you enjoy! This look can be easily translated to a larger table or kept small like I’ve shown here. Happy Thanksgiving! Will be back next week with more new posts and long overdue updates and the completed rooms on Project KC.

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