All of us at High Fashion Home and Fabrics would like to wish all of you a very Happy Thanksgiving!! We are tremendously thankful for all of your support and we look forward to the years ahead! Thank you! : )
Riding in the car today, my 14 year old nephew turns to me and says, “Can you believe that Thanksgiving is next week?” I must have looked confused and of course I was thinking, “No. It’s not next week” but it is!! Wasn’t yesterday Halloween? So, of course I had to spring into action and offer up some Thanksgiving decorating ideas so here they are!
Love this succulent, persimmon, moss and pine cone mix!! So beautiful.
Another shot from the same table. I think the persimmons as place holders is so cute!
Love the colors on this table!
WOW! Perhaps a little over the top but WOW!
So beautiful and of course it’s from Martha.
I love the DIY flowers so much! Such a bonus that they are made out of paper bags!
Since Thanksgiving is tomorrow, it’s all about gathering friends and family around the dinner table. From the good people at Apartment Therapy, here are some of their suggestions for creating an inviting dining room.
Seating options. Have a variety of chairs and benches so that your guests can pick their preferred seating option.
Table Clothes. It helps create an inviting atmosphere for entertaining guests. Here are the S Chairs at High Fashion Home.
Interest with Scale. The large branch centerpieces create that “wow” factor to impress your loved ones.
Thanksgiving is in a few days and I’m sure you’re all getting ready for it. I am helping my grandmother plan and decorate for our family festivities this year and for the past week we have been talking about the table (or tables, since there will be close to 30 of us getting together this year!) So, I’ve been looking for some inspiration and found some pictures I thought were worth sharing. Thank you Better Homes and Gardens!
This is such a simple idea and wouldn’t take long to put together. The flowers look so beautiful in the gourds and you could just have several of these running down the middle of the table.
I love this flower pumpkin. It would take a little time but it looks amazing!
I think the cranberries would make for a more dramatic centerpiece. Gorgeous!
All the colors of Fall. The table looks very festive!
I love this! Green always looks good in the center of the table. And another easy idea. They look good clustered together in the middle of the table but you could also set them alone.