Holiday Table Settings and Decoration Inspiration

Add a festive touch or two to your holiday tablescape with these easy ideas and accessories from local shops and businesses.


Deciding how to decorate your table for Thanksgiving is one thing, but deciding which colors to decorate with is a task in and of itself. You could opt for the standard brown and orange, but let’s be honest — those combos are feeling a little staid at this point. If you want to mix it up this year, try these gorgeous combos provided by J. Banks Design. Yellows, greens and whites pop against the traditional tones.


Set the tone for your Thanksgiving get-together with a festive welcome at the front door. These beautiful wreaths, available at The Greenery Gift Shop, feature beautiful autumn colors, certain to dress up any door. Your neighbors might get jealous.


This Lowcountry holiday table setting by Plantation Interiors is inspired by a charming dinner set with the fleur-de-lis emblem and edges that follow the natural lines of an oyster shell. More drama is created with use of stylish metallic place mats. The oyster shell is the obvious theme as it is the focus placed on the dinner napkin and throughout the arrangement that is designed with flowers and greenery from the Lowcountry. The place card adds a fun touch. This setting was done by Hope Hunter, an interior designer with Plantation Interiors.


Tartan is always an acceptable pattern here in the Lowcountry, thanks to the RBC Heritage golf tournament that takes place each year at Harbour Town Golf Links. These wonderful settings from Mud Pie are available at Grayco Hardware & Home: Tartan platter ($47.99), tartan bread bowl ($42.99), tartan salad bowl ($44.99), tartan over-sized pillow ($35.99).


These flour sack kitchen towels and dinner napkins, available at Lowcountry Linens, are hand block printed on Hilton Head Island and shipped nationwide. Not only are they a beautiful touch of décor during the holidays, but they are very functional. All pieces can be machine washed and tumble dried.

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