It’s almost Thanksgiving! The ESQUELETO staff are all looking forward to spending the day with our loved ones in celebration of family, friendship, and good food.
If you’re hosting this year, welcoming your family and friends into your home to celebrate the blessing of togetherness, then creating an inviting and cozy Thanksgiving table can seem like a daunting task. Below you’ll find some of our favorite items that add a casually elegant California charm to any table, and we have many more finds in our brand new ESQUELETO Home shop! Pop into our newest location, on Hollywood Blvd in Los Feliz, for those last-minute decorative touches.
4618 Hollywood Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90027
(323) 522 6484
MOON PHASE DISH
This striking dish by MQuan seems particularly appropriate at this time of year, the phases of the moon reminding us of the changing seasons.
TEAL STRIPE BLANKET
by Garza Marfa
In L.A. we often have Thanksgiving dinner outside, taking full advantage of the gorgeous Fall weather. Provide guests with a cozy blanket on the backs of their chairs, for when the sun dips down and the temperature drops.
by Len Carella
I love the idea of these beautiful handmade porcelain cups as a casual alternative to wine glasses, or for after-dinner cordials. Each one is slightly different, revealing the hand of the maker.
by Peter St. Lawrence
And speaking of booze….this elegant slip cast decanter adds a touch of class to a little nip o’ bourbon.
ST. JOHN'S WOOD CANDLE
For apartment dwellers (and Californians concerned about the air quality) who can’t light a welcoming fire, you can still set an autumnal mood with this warm, woodsy candle that has a notes of fragrant woodsmoke.
MEDIUM SHOULDER VASE
by John Sheppard
Of course, beautiful flowers are a must for any well-set table! Show them off in this gorgeously glazed vase by John Sheppard.
BLACK STRIPED VOTIVE
These graphic votive holders by MQuan also make for a striking salt cellar, or they could even be used as a small planter for succulents and cacti.
by Len Carella
Turkey tastes better when served up on an exquisite stoneware platter by Len Carella, subtly impressed with lace to create a homey texture.
No dining room is complete without a rug! Roll out the welcome mat for your guests with an earthy vintage flatweave kilim rug.