Thanksgiving is 14 days away, and while the most important part of the holiday is giving thanks and being grateful for the ones you’re able to be around, we all know the food and a solid table setting can be a big part of the day, too. Kourt and her family of course do it big when it comes to a beautiful tablescape, so we’re taking an inspiration note from their latest dining room decor and shopping out affordable ways to recreate the vibe. Shop our under-$100 items to add cheer to your Thanksgiving table this year.
Anthropologie Delphine Wine Glasses
Do it nice with fancy stemware to enjoy your beverage or sparkling water of choice.
Williams Sonoma Plymouth Birds Appetizer Plate
Buy them once and use them year after year. Plus, you can pass the holiday-themed plates down to your children.
Pottery Barn Roscoe Plaid Cotton Napkins (Set of 4)
Ardor Bin Woodfire + Spruce (Limited Edition Holiday Candle)
We’ve already introduced you to Ardor Bin, a luxury, waste-free, and clean candle line. We can’t wait to add this scent to our lineup.
Williams Sonoma Red Tartan Charger Plate
You know you’ve become an adult when you own a pretty set of chargers.
Crate & Barrel Buri Small Decorative Turkey
These little guys are so adorable, and the little ones in your family will surely enjoy them. Hot tip: bribe your kids to eat their veggies by saying just maybe they will be able to take one home.
Flowers or Succulents
Classic Cactus Succulent Arrangement
What’s a tablescape without a stunning floral arrangement? Watch our DIY video here on how to create an assortment using store-bought flowers.
Crate & Barrel Briggs Beige Placemat
Kourt uses these linen placemats all the time when she’s entertaining or hosting a dinner.
Project 62 Bowden Faux Leather and Metal Dining Chair
If you want to fully recreate Kourt’s Thanksgiving setting, we found these affordable chairs that look very similar to the ones in the photo.
Pottery Barn Adele Beaded Flatware
Matching cutlery is another true sign of adulting in your household.
Decorations or no table decorations (doesn’t really matter), just remember to be thankful for the day and be present with your family and friends this holiday season—we’ve all been through it this year. That’s what matters most.
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