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The Southern Table

Find beautiful and inspiring ideas for setting your table.

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. | SouthernLiving.com

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. | SouthernLiving.com

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. | SouthernLiving.com

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. | SouthernLiving.com

Thanksgiving Placecards | Embellish simple office-store hang tags with individually stamped letters that spell out each guest's name. Use the same technique to make labels for drinks at the bar. | SouthernLiving.com

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. | SouthernLiving.com

Thanksgiving Centerpiece | Fill various shapes and sizes of blue-and-white vessels, such as pitchers and ginger jars, with abundant bouquets of garden flowers, and then stagger them down the table. | SouthernLiving.com

Tried & True Thanksgiving Table | Incorporate family pieces into your setting for a sentimental mix. | SouthernLiving.com

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

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. | SouthernLiving.com

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Edgy Thanksgiving Table | Balance a whitewashed table with graphic hits of black and navy, such as black candles and leather chairs, slate-gray woven place mats, and navy-rimmed dinner plates. | SouthernLiving.com

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

Simple Thanksgiving Table Setting | A graphic white dinner plate looks just right paired with embellished heirloom silver. | SouthernLiving.com

Family-Style Thanksgiving Table | We love this Champagne and gold color palette with touches of pink—perfect for Thanksgiving dinner. | SouthernLiving.com

Tried & True Thanksgiving Table Setting | Incorporate family pieces into your setting for a sentimental mix. | SouthernLiving.com

Warm & Rustic Thanksgiving Table Setting | Make each setting unique by using different combinations of vintage china, flatware, and glassware. | SouthernLiving.com

Splurge On Linens The Champagne-colored cotton velvet tablecloth adds a luxurious feel. | SouthernLiving.com

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. | SouthernLiving.com

Favor Idea! | Send guests home from your holiday dinner with a yummy care package of leftovers. | SouthernLiving.com

The Kids' Table | Mimic the adult table but with more kid-friendly picks: pewter julep cups, everyday white plates, and paper napkins and place mats. Wrap napkins with ribbons, and attach feather plumes for a festive headdress. | Southernliving.com

Instead of using written place cards, fill small frames with photos of each guest. Tasia engraved her frames with "Thankful for..." so she can reuse them each year over Thanksgiving. | SouthernLiving.com

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

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. | SouthernLiving.com

For a rustic holiday centerpiece, upgrade simple blue glass Ball jars with lush bouquets of flowers and foliage. The addition of succulents gives each a true Texas touch. Fill in between the jars with old wicker-covered bottles, pillar candles, and stag horns. | SouthernLiving.com

For an unexpected pairing, use formal china with casual linens, such as this nubby French grain-sack runner and oversize plaid tea towels. | SouthernLiving.com