The Best Thanksgiving Tabletop Finds at Bed Bath & Beyond

What better time than a Thanksgiving dinner to show off your hosting and decorating skills? All you need are a few seasonal touches to take your space to new heights. Easy when you know where to look.

Right under our noses, Bed Bath & Beyond has everything from tablecloths, plates and centerpieces to candles, jewelry dishes and flower arrangements in stock. And when you shop for everything from a single source – online or in-store – you don’t have to spend hours looking for the pieces that will make your home festive and inviting. It’s a recipe for a 100 percent happier vacation.

Would you like a head start? Dive into this curated list of our favorite finds.

1

Hayden marble cheese board set with knives

We love the functionality of this contemporary two-ply piece of marble and acacia wood. The marble top rotates to reveal storage space for a full set of stainless steel cheese knives with wooden handles. An eye-catcher for your cocktail hour.

2

Heather and sorghum bouquet in a glass jar

Whether you place this 14-inch accent on your harvest table or in the center of your entryway, it will make a chic statement. The multicolored brown and purple silk flowers look like expertly dried blooms, but are just a click or a quick pause away.

3

Pallets

Simply essential ™

$ 10.00

You don’t have to do without fine china or special Thanksgiving tableware for a festive table. Instead, grab this six-part collection of gold chargers that you can use all year round – for holidays, other special events, and weekday pizza nights.

4th

Stoneware baker’s set

Cut down on your dish washing by stocking up on cookware pretty enough to go from the oven to the table. This two-piece set of red earthenware bakers brings the right splash of color for both Thanksgiving and Christmas. Did we mention they are dishwasher safe?

5

Maddox mirror serving spoon

When planning a whole feast, it’s easy to forget about the little things – like a serving spoon. Treat yourself to a couple of these sleek and sophisticated servers with a gorgeous mirror finish.

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70 inch round tablecloth with hemstitch

This ivory-colored cotton-blend tablecloth with a subtle hemstitch is neutral enough to go with any interior style, but sophisticated enough to make the perfect blank canvas for a holiday table. Music to the ears of every host: machine washable!

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Mini cotton gloves (set of 2)

What better way to bring hot pans and cookware from the oven or stove to the table than with a pair of heat-resistant autumn-themed gloves? The orange and white buffalo plaid is so pretty that it could also serve as a coaster if necessary.

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Pumpkin soup terrine

This shiny and bulky 19-ounce saucepan is the perfect serving vessel for seasonal favorites (maybe butternut squash soup). It brings instant fall-inspired charm to your Thanksgiving table.

9

Herbstblatt Double old-fashioned glasses

Healthy spiked apple cider looks even tastier when served in these etched vessels, which come in a set of two. But it doesn’t have to be all potent drinks. These 14-ounce are also a subtle alternative to regular water glasses if you want to amuse your Christmas table.

10

Candle with wooden pumpkin without fragrance

Put a couple of these fragrance-free soy and paraffin wax numbers the length of your table or put one in the entryway. Either way, the result is a warm and inviting glow that enhances those hygge vibes.

11

Hayden chip and dip bowl

While this 126-ounce porcelain jar is technically a chip and dip bowl, it’s big enough to hold a variety of snacks, apps, or side dishes. Even better, it’s safe in the microwave, oven and dishwasher.

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Starter plate with leaves

This colorful, seasonal set of four is great for serving nuts and cheese on your coffee table. Or put them on plain white plates on your dining table for the first course.

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