The Thanksgiving season is a time full of love, gratitude, and making memories. Whether you love spending fall nights at home by the fire or you are planning to host an elegant spread for Thanksgiving this year, adding some festive Thanksgiving decorations to your home will create a stunning and glittering space for all to enjoy.
If you love to decorate your home with beautiful, seasonal decor and are looking for new ideas, you are in the right place. Read on to learn about the top ten Thanksgiving decorations to dress up your home this year.
What Are Some Different Ways to Decorate Your Home for Thanksgiving?
When it comes to fall home decor, there are several styles to choose from.
Here are some of the most popular ways to decorate your home for Thanksgiving:
- Elegant Autumn Decor
- Classic Thanksgiving
- Farmhouse Thanksgiving
- Golden Thanksgiving
- Chic Neutrals
- Rustic Thanksgiving
- Spooky Fall Decor
There are many ways to decorate your home for Thanksgiving this year, and it’s all about finding what speaks to you and brings you the most joy. Take a look at these gorgeous Thanksgiving decorations to dress up your home and select the best option for you. Your home will look stunning this Thanksgiving with whatever option you choose, and we are here to help and get you started.
10 Thanksgiving Decorations For Your Home
When decorating your home for Thanksgiving this year, it’s important to choose accent colors and create a sense of cohesion among your decor. Here are ten Thanksgiving decorations for your home this year that will look stunning together.
Pumpkins are at the top of our Thanksgiving decorating list this year (and every year). With so many styles of pumpkin decor to choose from, mixing and matching your favorite pumpkins is a great idea to get your decor started.
Inside your home, use mini pumpkins to adorn your living room. Use orange, white, gold, or glittery pumpkins to bring elegance and fall spirit into your home. If you have a coffee table, use white pumpkins and green leaves for a chic, neutral look.
If you love vibrant colors, add some velvet fabric pumpkins to your decor lineup this year. Whether it’s a mossy green, ice blue, or velvet red, these pumpkins will bring happiness and delight to your space.
For a rustic look on your front porch, fill a woven basket with colorful pumpkins and gourds. Decorating your home with beautiful pumpkins will add the perfect festive touch to your Thanksgiving decor.
2. Fall Florals and Foliage
One of the most important Thanksgiving decorations to dress up your home with is fall florals.
Here at Venus ET Fleur®, we offer beautiful and luxurious Mixed Floral arrangements that are sure to bring out feelings of fall and harvest this Thanksgiving. Choose from bold, warm colors, such as orange, yellow, red, or burgundy, to highlight the spirit of Thanksgiving this fall.
Place flowers on the mantle, in the center of your kitchen table, and in the entryway for a dazzling touch of beauty in your home.
3. Dramatic Table Centerpieces
Thanksgiving is all about sitting around the table with family and friends, expressing gratitude, remembering old memories, and making new ones. If you want to create a dazzling centerpiece for an elegant Thanksgiving this year, at the center of the table, stun guests with a beautiful Serene Vase filled with autumnal gold, orange, or burgundy Eternity® Roses. Finish off this luxurious look by placing gold pumpkins and branches along the rest of the table.
If you love traditional Thanksgiving decor and want to create a classic Thanksgiving centerpiece for your table, placing a beautiful brown cornucopia filled with luscious fruits, fall florals, and leaves in the center of your table will create a stunning display. This display will emit feelings of gratitude and abundance and pay homage to the first Thanksgiving harvest.
For a rustic Thanksgiving look, gather a generous bunch of tall, golden pampas grass for a dramatic centerpiece that will dazzle your guests at the dinner table. Finish off this elegant look by adding pristine ivory plates, vintage glasses, some luxurious candles, and glittering golden pears on the table.
4. Fall-Themed Throw Pillows
Another vital spot to decorate in your home is the sofa. Your sofa is a place to sit and relax, watch a fall movie, and sip on a delicious pumpkin spice latte. To dress up your sofa, add some elegant, fall-themed throw pillows.
Look for pillows with a soft, cozy texture that pulls colors from your other decor. For fall, try to find pillows in shades of orange, mustard yellow, creamy white, or black gingham plaid. Having fun prints of pumpkins, fall leaves, and rustic scenes will add a blissful and elegant touch to your living room in the spirit of Thanksgiving. Place an ivory plush throw blanket on your sofa for a cozy yet sophisticated look to complement your throw pillows.
5. Festive Fall Garland
Walking into a home and seeing a luscious holiday garland is a beautiful sight to behold. Whether you drape the garland over your stairs or place it along your mantle, a garland is a lovely way to bring sophistication to your Thanksgiving decor. Choose a leafy garland with shades of orange, green, brown, and pops of gold to bring elements of glittering nature into your home.
6. Fall Fragrances
There is nothing better than walking into your house and being greeted by the beautiful smells of fall. Placing luxurious candles around your home is an amazing way to bring fresh, earthy fragrances into your space. Aromas of zesty cinnamon, peppery geranium, and spiced pumpkin will delight your senses and make your guests feel right at home.
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7. A Thanksgiving Tree
It may be a little early to pull out the Christmas tree, so how about a Thanksgiving Tree? Holiday trees are trending this year. Choose your favorite evergreen tree and spend an evening with family and friends decorating your new Thanksgiving tree. Add bright and colorful fall decorations, such as pumpkins, gourds, cranberry sprigs, pinecones, acorns, and dried florals. Add some string lights at the end to complete this dazzling Thanksgiving look.
8. An Autumn Table Runner
The fall season is bursting with delicious foods, so adding an autumn table runner to your table this Thanksgiving season will elevate your dining experiences to a whole new level. Choose a black and white plaid table runner for a farmhouse look, or look for an elegant fall harvest print.
9. Autumn Prints and Wall Art
If you love decorating with art, placing some autumn prints and wall art in your living room, bathroom, kitchen, and bedroom, will be sure to get you and your family in the holiday spirit. Using art is a wonderful way to get the colors of fall onto your walls and will help you embrace the beauty of the harvest season.
There are several different types of signs, including wooden signs, metal plaques, canvas art, and more. Opt for fall quotes, saying, or colorful, seasonal images when choosing your art pieces and prints. Oftentimes, the most sophisticated fall art is very simple, with an elegant design. Look for pictures of pumpkins, a farmhouse, colorful fall foliage, or signs referencing blessed or grateful.
If you have children, maybe even get creative and try making your own fall art this year. Your little ones will love painting and creating their own Thanksgiving masterpiece.
10. Autumn-Themed Tea Towels
In your kitchen, add some autumn-themed tea towels for an elegant touch. Choose durable white linen hand towels with a simple fall print. Finish off the kitchen by adding some dried fall florals or tall grasses to add a touch of fall to the space.
Finding the perfect Thanksgiving decorations to dress up your home this fall will be an exciting experience. Remember to pick your style and colors and think about creating a sense of cohesion in your space. All in all, decorating your home for Thanksgiving this year will be a delightful event for you and the whole family to enjoy.