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Set a mid century Thanksgiving table with the help of a few unexpected retailers. We’re talking about Target, Macy’s and even JCPenny! Yes, a trip to the mall might just be the secret to setting a holiday table that is festive, stylish and more than a little mod.
Atomic Ranch curates the best of Mid Century Modern Design to share with our readers. Some of the products you’ll see featured in this story are affiliate links, which means that if you click through and make a purchase, AR will earn a small commission at no extra cost to you.Courtesy of West Elm
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A round serving tray is a hosting staple. At just $20, this beauty is a steal.Courtesy of Target
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Okay, this one isn’t at the mall, but it is available on Prime, so we couldn’t help ourselves.
Porcelain Olive Tray, $14.77Courtesy of Amazon
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Despite Pinterest images of elaborate centerpieces, once all the food is set on the table there isn’t much room for cascading garlands and stacks of pumpkins. Keep it minimal (and mod) with candlelight.
Roundabout Hurricane, $49.95.Courtesy of West Elm
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What’s not to love?
Terrazzo White Serving Pieces, $49.95 to $69.95Courtesy of CB2
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Who would have thought that “warm rose” would be the perfect color dish for Thanksgiving dinner? This soft hue will pop against a dark walnut or teak table.
Richmond Speckled Dinner Plates (Set Of 4) – Warm Rose, $40 (currently on sale for $32)Courtesy of West Elm
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Don’t forget the gravy boat! Available in several other mod-friendly hues, this Thanksgiving essential could easily pass for vintage.
Noritake Colorwave Gravy Boat, $65 (currently on sale for $44.95)Courtesy of Macy's
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Setting out a cheese platter ensures hungry guests stay happy guests while the bird finishes roasting.
Thirstystone 3 Piece Gold Finish Cheese Knife Set, $34 (currently on sale for $13.59)Courtesy of JCPenny
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The simple gold band on these stemless glasses gives them a retro feel, without the worry of compromising your vintage barware collection when a guest inevitably spills.Courtesy of JCPenny