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.
How to Decorate around Family Photos
If you are decorating your home around a holiday tree adorned with family photos, you can use the same concept to liven up the rest of your home. Display more of your cherished memories with this DIY Thankful Photo Board from Shanty 2 Chic. You can even pick your most treasured family photo, have it blown up to a bigger size, and display it right above your mantel for all your guests to see.
How to Decorate around Leafy Notes
The versatile nature of this Thankful Tree’s ornaments should make decorating your home a breeze. You don’t need to weave a complex home design to match a Thankful Tree decorated with Leafy Notes; simply complement its colors and textures. Take full advantage of autumn’s beautiful colors by incorporating shades of brown and orange into your home décor, such as embellishing wreaths with foliage, pinecones, and other fall decorations.
How to Decorate around Chalkboard Messages
If you have a Thankful Tree decorated with chalkboard messages, you can play up its look by having a similar theme throughout the rest of your home. Display your favorite message on a framed chalkboard and hang it in the hallway; your guests are sure to enjoy being greeted with a lovely Thanksgiving message. For a bit of fun, create a chalkboard menu in the dining area that lets people know what’s being served for your Thanksgiving feast.
Using your Thankful Tree’s decorations as an anchor will give the rest of your home’s décor a beautiful, unified look. What are your favorite ideas for Thanksgiving decorations? Let us know in the comments!by