There are countless ways to play with traditional Thanksgiving decorations and fall color schemes to suit your preferences and home’s design. When decorating for the season, keep in mind that Thanksgiving decorations are all about honoring the splendor and bounty of fall.
Check out these chic suggestions for both classic and contemporary Thanksgiving decorations, whether you want to keep things simple or go all out.
Prepare your living area for hosting family and friends for Thanksgiving with simple accents like a vase of colorful leaves or berries and a holiday wreath placed casually on a side wall. Add additional throw pillows, cushions, and blankets to your dÃ©cor to create a cozier atmosphere in your house. Rich fall hues including rust, mossy green, mustard, burgundy, and blood orange should be combined with neutrals. You may create the atmosphere by adding candles and lighting the fireplace.
Set a stunning Thanksgiving table with dried flowers and copper accents. Brass candlesticks and a simple table runner made of fresh pears and eucalyptus leaves create a festive atmosphere that sets the setting for an unforgettable supper with family and friends.
It is elegant and festive to use a mixture of genuine and fake white pumpkins, white and gray plates and glasses, and white linens. The middle of the table has fresh eucalyptus branches scattered around it to warm up the stark white and gray color scheme.
Makeover your guest room to make it even more festive for friends and family coming to stay. Layering bed linens in jewel tones, festive plaids, and rich materials like velvet and wool may easily add a touch of Thanksgiving flair to your guest room. Your guests will feel pampered and at home with little touches like hanging a fall wreath over the bed and placing a scented pumpkin candle on the bedside table.
If you donâ€™t want to be overwhelmed with holiday decor, you can set the mood with pillows that emanate a fall vibe. Reusing the pillow inserts from season to season will result in significant long-term cost savings. Additionally, it frees up a ton of storage space.
If you have a small space, you can still turn it into a modern minimalist shrine for the Thanksgiving holiday by arranging a variety of smaller pumpkins on a floating shelf. Votive candles can enhance the hygge vibe. Consider hanging a wreath or a holiday garland in an unexpected location, such as the back of a door, a vacant space in a hallway, or from a chandelier, to serve as a reminder to enjoy the season.
No matter what your style is for decorating, hopefully, these tips gave you some ideas on how to bring the joy of the Thanksgiving holiday to your home.