Thanksgiving Tablescapes + Decor

November is upon us, which means Turkey Day will be here before you know it! The days are getting shorter and the weather is starting to get a little cooler, so why not start planning an amazing vintage-inspired Thanksgiving treat for all the guests you’ll be hosting this holiday season.



If you’re missing a little something to amp up your décor game, vintage cloches are the perfect addition. They come in all shapes and sizes, and make your vignettes feel a little more complete.


Milk Glass

If you’re going for simple elegance, white is the way to go! Milk glass items come in a wide variety like bowls, plates, and even bud vases. The simple designs make a huge impact on any shelf or table.



Vintage napkins are a great addition to your tablescape. You can find them in simple or intricate patterns, and they’re available at most antique + thrift stores.


Place Cards

Adding place cards to your table makes your guests feel even more welcome. You can craft your own (like these pinecones) or find card holders at your favorite vintage store.

Pyrex Collection

As you may know, Pyrex comes in all different designs and sizes. We think that the Autumn Harvest pattern is by far the best one to display and use during the Thanksgiving season.


Tool Boxes

Antique wooden toolboxes are tucked away in every corner of The NAT. Adding some greenery and pumpkins make your tabletop really stand out!


Barware + More

When you’re setting up your dining table for the big meal, find a set of vintage glasses to make your toasts even more special! Add a vintage crochet tablecloth and you’re in business!

Get it Before it's Gone!

The month of October is coming to a close, so we wanted to share a little reminder of all the sales that will be ending! The last day to shop our sales will be Wednesday, October 31st. We hope to see you soon!

  • All Jewelry from Carrie’s Collectibles is 50% Off

  • “Red Dot” items from Furniture: Restyled are all 75% Off

  • “Red Dot” items from R.A.M Designs are 50% Off

Did You Know?

Rosback Company is a world-leading manufacturer of book binding and print finishing equipment. Rosback has been around since 1881! Rosback’s bindery equipment machine served the printing industry, all with a foot-powered perforator! In 1889, the machine was finally modified to be powered by either a steam line or an electric motor.

These carts, known as “bindery carts” or “stock trucks,” were (and still are) essential equipment in binderies, print shops, mailrooms, and schools! They were created to be perfect for product movement, storage, and organization. They were especially useful to parts departments and stock rooms in many other industries. The large casters and rugged construction provided easy rolling on rough surfaces - even when they were loaded with up to 800 pounds!

These two vintage carts are hot ticket items in the antique world. They make great display pieces, but would also be so functional in a home. We hope that you find them as wonderful as we do!