Have you ever noticed the abundance of decorations available in stores for Halloween and Christmas? Beginning in August, you see aisles dedicated to witches, goblins, ghosts and spiders. November begins the infiltration of Santa, reindeer, angels, trees and more. Every year, the middle child of the holiday season gets forgotten!
This year, let’s give thanks for Thanksgiving-inspired decorations with these simple tips to give a little love to the neglected holiday that should be celebrated all year round.
Using seasonal colors for decorating is an easy and fun way to bring the spirit of the giving holiday into your home. Think browns, oranges and yellows. Think nature. So, try adding pumpkins, decorative Indian corn, cornucopia and leaves to your doorway, mantel, dining table and more.
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An easy way to transition from one holiday to the next without much effort (or cost) is with glass. Let’s give thanks for decorating items like mason jars, bottles and candle holders. Each season, simply change out the contents of the glass and it magically transforms any space.
For Thanksgiving try using baby pumpkins, fall colored pebbles, fake leaves, pine cones or acorns. You can also use fall colored candles or spray paint the glass gold, brown or orange.
There is no right or wrong way to show your Thanksgiving spirit, so have fun with it! What decorating tips do you have for this holiday?
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Placing the correct size rug in your space is as important as choosing the right color or pattern. A rug that it is too small will shift the balance of the room unfavorably. A rug that is too big, especially in open floor plans, may put the area designations off. There are a few rules of thumb, but a picture says it better. Use these handy guides by Interior Designer Lisa Ferguson to make the best choice.