When it comes to Thanksgiving decorating, it’s all about the table. But why not spread a little Thanksgiving decor around the house? A few simple touches can make a home warm and inviting for family and guests.
Make a great first impression with a pretty wreath – I love this one because it can work all season long. Bring the same look into the entryway, where a coordinating topiary is an easy way to add height and interest to a console.
Greenery is an easy way to add color – I just clip a few sprigs from the boxwoods in front of our house. Though our holly bushes never seem to produce any berries, the nandinas along our fence have plentiful clusters of red berries this time of year. The best part? You get a little yard work done while you decorate! We usually use this vintage milk glass bowl to stash our keys by the door – I just repurposed it here on the coffee table.
Decorations can get a little more whimsical in the kitchen. This turkey basket is a great spot for fruit, and this spoon rest is equal parts cute and practical.
If overnight guests are on their way, a few sprigs of greenery and a seasonal candle can be a quick way to freshen up the bedside table. I also like to include this little frame displaying the wifi password – crucial info for every guest!