Thanksgiving Home Decor

Thanksgiving is just around the corner and it’s once again time to decorate your home with a new wonderful theme surrounding the holiday and the fall season. There are only a few keystone holidays that bring the family together to create unforgettable memories, and Thanksgiving is definitely one of them. Mommies, daddies, brothers, sisters, aunts, uncles, grandpas, grandmas, cousins, and more, both near and far, all surrounding the dining room table covered with food and décor is what this holiday is all about.

An experience filled with love and laughter, Thanksgiving is a wonderful opportunity to forget all the worries in the world, and just relax and bond with family. Food is absolutely at the centerpiece of this holiday, but it can be further supplemented with the use of cute, detailed, seasonal décor. By utilizing items inspired by natural elements in addition to the wonderful aroma of turkey and pie, your home can be one of your child’s most unforgettable family memories.

If you would like to start decorating your home with Thanksgiving décor, the possibilities are plentiful. A few ideas include:

  • Reuse pumpkins, squash, and gourds from Halloween
  • Invite your child to pick up leaves, branches, and pinecones from the yard
  • Buy fresh vegetables for creative décor
  • Surround your home with fall colors

Here are some ideas rounded up on my Pinterest board.

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For more ideas, visit my Thanksgiving Pinterest board here.

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Comments

  1. We just went to the prettiest Fall themed wedding ever! Leaves down the aisle and on the dance floor. Sheaves of wheat with ribbon in pots, fall trees, candles, branch wreaths. It was awesome. I love Fall!

  2. Beautiful ideas I’ll bookmark for next year. Up here we are gearing up for Christmas now. Happy Thanksgiving in advance.

  3. Reblogged this on Mrs. City Boy and commented:
    Just had to reblog these cute Thanksgiving ideas–we’re right up on zero hour for Thanksgiving so it’s time to get those decorations in place!

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