Even with the flurry of preparing dinner, you can still create a Thanksgiving tablescape that won’t take up too much of your time, but will look amazing. Check out these quick and easy Thanksgiving decorating ideas for your table!
Thanksgiving is done, but the holidays are not yet over. With Christmas just around the corner, we have more entertaining to do for our friends and family. Get ready for more holiday parties with the best Cyber Monday deals we have for your home.
Add a Spot of Color to the Entryway or Foyer
Welcome guests with a festive entryway! Besides making sure your foyer has plenty of space to hold your guests’ coats and shoes, you’ll also want to greet them with something to set the mood for your festivities.
Placing some potted trees by the entryway or foyer gives your guests a warm welcome every time they enter your home. The Sable Fir and Lewis Pine potted Christmas trees have the right height and size to fit entryways. They are also decorated with apples and winter berries that add a pop of color to your decor.
Organizing the perfect Thanksgiving meal can seem overwhelming, but I promise, with a bit of organization, there’s no reason to labor in the kitchen for too long. In this post, we’ll give you my favorite quick and easy Thanksgiving recipes for sides and stuffing to complement your beautiful turkey.
Now that you’ve decorated your tree for Thanksgiving, it’s time to decorate the rest of the house. Tie everything together by coordinating your décor, and using your tree as an anchor. In our last post, we showed you four ways to decorate your Thankful Tree. No matter which ornament you chose to make, these Thanksgiving holiday decor ideas will help incorporate each look into the rest of your home.
How to Decorate around Metallic Leaves
If you chose to decorate your Thankful Tree with metallic leaves, you can coordinate the rest of your home’s décor by making use of metallic accent pieces, such as gilded pumpkins or gold painted candle holders. Spray gold paint on a garland of pine cones on your mantel, or wrap the candles in the living room with metallic paper to give these areas an instant glow.