Tablecloths are the base of most great holiday tablescapes. From there, you can coordinate dishes, linens, and centerpieces, and any other accessories you like to put out when you're decorating for Thanksgiving. And if you're not a tablecloth person, a table runner can be a great way to add texture to your set-up without covering the whole table — or you can layer a fun runner over a neutral tablecloth to change things up.
The illustrated pumpkins and gourds on this tablecloth are fun and kitschy without feeling over-the-top.
Oranges, yellows, and reds all make this tablecloth feel appropriate for Thanksgiving, but the floral pattern means it could work in any season.
This intricately detailed table runner can be layered with your other linens, and the color scheme is just autumnal enough for your feast.
The gold metallic geometric pattern on this linen tablecloth will add a touch of glam to your table.
This is a pattern and color scheme you can use year-round, but the warm golden yellow and charcoal details will look especially cute with your Thanksgiving spread.
This paisley print will give your feast a totally elegant look.
You can always ditch the traditional Thanksgiving color scheme and go for something chic like this if you want to.
Layer this stunning autumnal beaded Kim Seybert table runner over a coordinating tablecloth and you'll have a truly impressive Thanksgiving table.
Another year-round winner: this macrame table runner that can easily be dressed up with accessories and linens in any color scheme.
That rust color + the floral detail + the contrasting patterns around the edges = a Thanksgiving and year-round win.
If tablecloths aren't your thing—or if you just love everything to match—this pattern also comes in placemats, napkins, and a table runner.
A little fern print never hurt anybody, and you can absolutely use this tablecloth beyond Thanksgiving.
Go for a brighter, poppier take on the traditional Thanksgiving orange with some light pink and royal blue detailing.
Take on a full botanical motif, with little hints of purple among the usual Thanksgiving colors.
Keep things super traditional with this red and orange plaid option.
The tassels on this table runner are great if you only want a tiny pop of color.