Have you noticed how close we are to November? The best holiday of the year is almost here!
Halloween hasn’t even passed, and we are already thinking about one of the best holidays of the year. That’s right… Thanksgiving is coming and we are already feasting our eyes with the best Thanksgiving decorating ideas! Forget the dining room… This year you won’t get out of your amazing new living room! Check out our ideas on how to spruce up your living room decor.
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Because not everything is about table setting and dining room, you can bring the outdoors into your living room decor, the place where you will host your family and friends after a delicious and long meal.
Thanksgiving decor usually means warm colors and all the Fall feelings you can possibly encapsulate in a living room decor. Go with soft textures to create an even more comfortable look. Bardot velvet armchair by Essential Home would surely be a good choice!
Pumpkins should be everywhere in your home decor during the Fall season, so you should not leave them out your Thanksgiving decor. Paint them white for a more sophisticated look, and you can even add a few golden details, much like the ones above.
Don’t forget to give thanks during this special holiday. Spread a few reminders around the house, and don’t forget to be creative with it. Use DYI handpainted mason jars and a few flowers for a more country look that everyone will love.
Put up a few throws and blankets in your living room area. They go well with pretty much any living room decor and they are guaranteed to be a success in creating a cozy ambiance for such a lovely day with your family.
Don’t forget to decorate your home bar accordingly. Copper items go extremely well with the Fall theme and it is always a plus to use some natural elements in your decor. You can even leave them as part of your Winter home decor. Find out more about home bar decor here.
As we said, spread the thankful vibe across your living room. You can put these lovely small pumpkins in your mantel, next to a few plants and natural elements for a more rustic ambiance.