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The Place Setting | Here, Jane Scott artfully layered Raynaud's Festivite and Herend's Fish Scale china with lavender Anna Weatherley chargers. But even when you're thinking outside the box, keep the classics on lock: Old standbys, such as your grandmother's silver flatware, can ground even the most contemporary scheme. |

Spring for a Garden Party | Designer Jane Scott Hodges created this lunchtime scene by surrounding an antique cypress table with an unexpected pairing of antique and modern Louis XVI-style chairs, and then splashing the space with lush spring blooms and rich jewel tones. |

White Place Setting | A table set with scads of polished silver, crisp linens, fine china, and bamboo demonstrates the art of the mix, combining rustic and refined, old and new. |

Choose the Right Pot | Craft a harmonious display by planting in a well-proportioned container. With topiaries, you can toss out the rule about center-pieces being less than 12 inches tall. Slender trunks won't block guests' views. |

Fresh and Modern Thanksgiving Table | Keep your table simple and timeless by topping silver chargers with white plates. Layer an oversize linen napkin between the plates to add natural texture. |

Big Easy Style Thanksgiving Table | Pile on the gold for a stunning, layered look. |

Refined Thanksgiving Table | Place cards are tucked in an array of silver saltcellars filled with moss, turquoise stones, and butterflies for personalized, individual versions of the centerpiece. |

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Sparkling Thanksgiving Table | The Champagne-colored cotton velvet tablecloth adds a luxurious feel to this tablescape. |

Family-Style Thanksgiving Table | Designer Tara Guérard looked to a family china pattern for inspiration. The result is a pretty color palette of Champagne and gold with subtle touches of pink. |

Give a nod to the harvest by pairing autumnal floral arrangements with bundles of wheat sheaves; wrap them in burlap and satin ribbons. |