It is officially November, and you know what that means: the time has come to bust out the Thanksgiving decorations and design a home full of festivities! Dust off that cornucopia and fill it with holiday vegetation to really set the mood, collect those newly turned spectrum of colorful leaves and drop them on the table, and grab the pop of fall color you’ve been waiting all year to use. With Turkey Day rounding the river bend, design and style is of the utmost importance when it comes to transitioning to the holiday season.
We all know and love of our beloved holiday season starting with the haunting Halloween spectacles to the champagne toasts of New Years because it’s a time for families to come together, share conversation over deliciously prepared food, and to deck the halls with tons of decor. In order to really get in the mood for Thanksgiving, design is all about the fall color palette of chocolate-y browns, burnt ambers, vibrant oranges, and golden yellows. Switching over home decor to incorporate this festive feast of colors truly makes a home scream fall and will have your guests on pins and needles anxiously awaiting the moment the turkey pops out of the oven. This time of year allows for one to go all out in re-coloring their home by adding newly pressed linen, throw pillows, and curtains.
One can definitely spice up the room with pumpkin-scented candles, autumnal vegetation, and shrubbery that brings the colorful outdoors into the home. I wasn’t kidding when I said dust off the cornucopia. Not only is this THE staple of fall decor as far as centerpieces go, but it also serves a purpose as a fruit basket. With the nights getting colder, why not bust out the holiday-scented candles of roasted chestnut, cinnamon spice, and a mêlée of pumpkin-inspired treats. Not to mention, fallen leaves are the epitome of the fall seasonal change. Go out there and get your abode geared up for the festivities that are to come! Happy holidays!
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