Thanksgiving is upon us and this year have much to be thankful for! That’s why we decided to throw a “Friendsgiving” Thanksgiving dinner party here at Boho Luxe Home. Of course, it is full of multiple patterns, colorful details, and layered textures. A tired tabletop is one way to send all your guests home early. Sure, everyone’s really there for the food, but adding cozy details makes guests feel special. Want to infuse a little life into your dining room? Take a look at these unexpected patterns and colors that take you just outside the norm.
Our Bakuba Lodge fabric by the yard set the scene for our colorful Thanksgiving table. Bakuba Lodge is an interpretation of traditional raffia applique. Bottom line it’s sexy! Filled with shades of purple, green, brown, orange, and more it’s one of our favorite fabrics. Our dinner party took place in Melanie’s barn, no worries it’s a nice barn and one that you want to party in. Check out the backdrop and our “after party” table scene below…
Zooming in on the details on our Bakuba Lodge fabric and place settings…Vintage/random china pieces were used at each person’s seat. That’s a great way to create a vibe when you don’t have quite enough matching pieces to serve your crowd!
And we got a bit crazy with the pattern mixing here. You’ll see that if you look closely. Our African Paint fabric was used to create luscious cotton napkins that are layered on top of the Bakuba Lodge table cloth. That’s a lot of print and color! We love it!
Every Boho Luxe Home styled space is completed with some special global finds. Our table includes Moroccan tea glasses and vintage brass flatware. Throughout the space were more unique, one-of-a-kind items found on our travels. Each tells a story, much like our Boho Luxe Home products.
And yes, we had white pumpkins – real and faux ones. We started with a pumpkin soup served in pumpkin-shaped bowls.
It’s all in the colorful details. Don’t be afraid to use color, patterns, and textures to create a maximalist look!
More Boho Luxe Home goodies were arranged in the barn for good measure. You can shop our one-of-a-kind art, pillows, and more at Boho Luxe Home.
Let’s talk about this centerpiece really quick… Pumpkins filled with seasonal bright orange leaves sticking out of the top was Thanksgiving perfection! The chairs are mismatched — just like everything else!
Here’s a Happy Thanksgiving wish from some of our crazy, colorful crew!
Need more Thanksgiving inspiration?
We searched our favorite go-to, Pinterest, for more colorful Thanksgiving table inspiration. From animal prints and bright colors, to interesting china – our maximalist hearts were not disappointed. Feast your eyes, pun intended, on these colorful tables.
Jennifer from Dimples and Tangles, never disappoints with color or pattern. Leopard + feathers + hot pink + orange + gold = Fabulousness!!
This dark, colorful Thanksgiving table displays an array of patterns, florals, china, and accessories to perfection. I mean, who wouldn’t want to dine at a gorgeous table like this?
One word. Malachite.
Even though this Bohemian vintage dinner party has muted tones, those textured floating “chandeliers” above the table are to-die-for. Definitely drool and share worthy, friends.
We could dine at this table everyday, no Thanksgiving holiday would be necessary!
There’s something about a good bohemian tablescape. They’re always so full and detailed. We love the vintage throws and fur that were added to this space.
Take inspiration from the changing leaves outside, and let it be the guide for your fall table décor. Warm reds, blushes, and pinks are beautiful and often overlooked fall colors. Plus, those blue plates are amazing.
White buffalo plaid check is so hot right now. Pair it with bright kelly green and gold, then us maximalists are happy, happy!
Plaid, aka Tartan, anyone? This plaid throw makes for an amazing excellent table topper.
That’s all that we have to share with you all today. Tell us, will you be hosting a Thanksgiving dinner party this year? If so, we hope we’ve inspired you to use unexpected colors, patterns, and textures than you normally would. Remember that color is not a dirty word in design!