Step up your creativity this year with Thanksgiving decorating ideas that show off your style and add a sophisticated flair to your home.
To make your Thanksgiving table a bit more special, use a pumpkin to display your favorite blooms. Just cut the top off and remove the insides as if you were making a jack-o-lantern and use it as a vase! It’s a fun and festive way to add personality to your decor. You could even paint the pumpkins different colors to go with the rest of your decor.
Create a Bountiful Spread
The bounties of the season don’t need to be limited to a cornucopia. Create a beautiful spread of pomegranates, apples, pears, sunflowers, cranberries, and other fruits and plants across the whole center of the table for a decadent feel.
Muted Colors and Dark Blooms Bouquet
For those who want something different from the typical Thanksgiving color palette of orange and red, a bouquet of greens, neutral tones and dark purples is the perfect option. You could also try bringing in branches, leaves and other plants from your own backyard.
Your food deserves a little decoration too! Use leaf-shaped cookie cutters to punch out a little extra crust for festive elements to add to the top of your pies this year.
For quick and easy homemade place settings, start with brown craft paper and create space for each guest to write a list of things they’re thankful for. The lists will make great dinner conversation, too!
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