Guest Picks: Thanksgiving Buffet
— Liren from Kitchen Confidante
The beauty of wood shines through in this gorgeous custom walnut buffet.
I love the lean, strong lines in this modern buffet from Room & Board. It's open and airy, but it still has storage.
Contrast modern furniture with ornate pieces such as this candelabra and sconce. I also love how the candelabra adds height to the buffet table.
Bring life to your buffet (as well as a the charm of outdoors) with these boxwood tree topiaries.
Pedestal stands are not just for cake anymore. Use them to create height — display breads or desserts, or even ceramic dishes.
These gorgeous aluminum pedestal stands can be dressed up or down, setting the mood for your buffet whether you go casual or elegant.
These wine cork spreaders are charming! They're perfect for a cheese plate.
Classic and always in style, this white tureen is a perfect way to serve a meal.
A few seasonal pieces add a nice touch. These iron and glass pumpkins would look lovely on the buffet tabletop.
Glitzy pumpkins and gourds seem to have grown up since Halloween. Now they are perfect for Thanksgiving.
Nobody likes biting into cold food. Keep your dishes warm and yourself mingling with your guests with these chafing dishes. They will serve you well through the holidays and beyond.
This is the perfect special platter for the prized treat of the party.
Cradle your bread in style — this rustic bread basket is perfect for your harvest feast.
Think of your plates as the frame for your culinary masterpieces. These rustic buffet plates add charm to the Thanksgiving table.
Warm up the tablescape with this versatile runner. The sage and cranberry accent hues make it suitable for holidays and beyond.
Let your guests customize their dessert buffet with the coffee of their choice, hot and ready when they are ready.Next: Set Your Table Dutch-Master Style
I love the galvanized iron sheet and plank wood on this sideboard. It's rustic and chic all at once.