It’s Thanksgiving week! Since time is not on our side, I put together a little roundup of inspiration for some very simple and easy decor ideas for making your holiday tables even more beautiful. See how you might incorporate what you already have around the home (or what’s right outside your home) to implement these ideas.
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1 | Gather your collection of candles and holders to spread across the center of the table for an easy and interesting centerpiece that glows.
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2 | Use a tray to corral items for a centerpiece that’s casually collected.
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3 | Add a single branch of greenery to each place setting for a beautifully minimal and modern look.
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4 | Scatter a variety of gourds along the table for a more traditional look that also adds a lot of warmth and color (Trader Joe’s has a pretty great selection!)
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5 | Use short pitchers to display dried wheat grass for another traditional fall touch that takes little to no styling to look beautiful.
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6 | For something less formal than name cards, try making “thankful” place cards that don’t need to be personalized yet will still make your guests feel special.
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7 | Make a minimal arrangement more striking by using a large glass vase that won’t obstruct views.
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8 | Forage outside for foliage to hang on the wall and scatter on the table.
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9 | While you’re foraging, bring in larger branches to display in containers on the table.
10 | Try this DIY centerpiece alternative for a creative way of displaying small bites and appetizers.
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11 | Hang greens above the table to make a cozier setting that could perhaps trick people into thinking for a second that they’re outside, but they’re not. It feels magical is what I’m saying!