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Tables, topped.

The Thanksgiving table deserves a little extra love. Here are three ways to make it feel special — with or without fine china.

1. Farm Fresh

The modern farmhouse style extends nicely to the Thanksgiving tabletop. Simply mix mod and textured pieces in neutral tones and add fresh greenery.

farmhouse table setting
Photo: Brie Passano

Farm Fresh Table Setting Products You Can Buy Online

  • Contemporary farmhouse striped dinner plates. Part of the Better Homes & Gardens mix and match stoneware collection, they're beautifully textured and dishwasher-safe. / $5 each at walmart.com
  • Brinley bowls. Made in Portugal, these mod matte bowls have a calming dove gray finish. / $28 for four at worldmarket.com
  • Fringed chargers. Handwoven in Uganda from dyed raffia and sweetgrass, these 12-inch chargers can anchor a centerpiece or a place setting. / $34 each at kazigoods.com
  • Myles neutral dish towels. Used as napkins, these seem both down-home and generous. / $48 for four at heathertaylorhome.com
  • Clare v. leather napkin rings. With neat brass closures, these supple cognac-colored leather bands from designer Clare Vivier are pure simplicity. / $48 for four at heathertaylorhome.com

2. Easy Boho

Modern farmhouse not your thing? Steal chairs from the patio, borrow grandma's salt and pepper shakers, and mix in macramé and textured woods for an on-trend Bohemian look.

boho table setting
Photo: Brie Passano

Easy Boho Table Setting Products You Can Buy Online

  • Orange shibori napkins. These ultrasoft napkins feature a mesmerizing miniature pattern in the style of shibori, a Japanese dyeing method. / $16 each at huddleson.com
  • Rectangle acacia napkin rings. Clean geometry and richly hued acacia make for a mod-earthy blend. / $5 each at crateandbarrel.com
  • Maya salad plates in amber. With its heft and natural variations, this beautiful glazed stoneware from Portugal has the look and feel of handmade terra-cotta. / $40 for four at westelm.com
  • Amari acacia wood platter. Hand-carved divots create a pattern reminiscent of a chrysanthemum in bloom on this platter that doubles as a drink tray. / $50 at crateandbarrel.com
  • Fleur stemless glasses. Golden bands combine with dainty florals for an eclectic vintage look. / $68 for four at williams-sonoma.com

3. True Blue

A monochromatic theme is a mix-and-matcher's dream: One color unites myriad textures and patterns. Plus, golden-brown foods and copper accents look especially inviting against blue.

blue table setting
Photo: Brie Passano

True Blue Table Setting Products You Can Buy Online

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This article originally appeared in the October/November 2019 issue of Allrecipes Magazine.