9 Home Decor Trends to Use This Thanksgiving

Posted by Laine Smith on 11/19/15 1:35 PM

Topics: Home Ownership

Thanksgiving is just around the corner. Whether your style is modern, rustic or traditional, dress up your holiday table setting for your guests this year with these 2015 Thanksgiving decor trends.


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Pumpkin Place Cards


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Preparing for a large group of Thanksgiving guests? Make everyone feel welcome with a custom place setting. Stock up on mini pumpkins, make a slice into the stem and voilà, your very own place card holders.

Fall Centerpieces


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Mix up traditional fall foliage arrangements with the trendy use of succulents in this DIY pumpkin arrangement.



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For homeowners who desire more understated decor, utilize stalks of cotton and dark feathers with white accents.

Woodland Accents


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The use of natural elements in home and seasonal decor is a huge "do" in 2015. Throw together a simple centerpiece with various sizes of tree stumps, jars and votive candles.

Harvest Candles


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Pumpkin votives are a great way to "upcycle" your leftover Halloween decor. Here is a quick and easy DIY tutorial.

Jewel Tone Accents


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Don't feel limited to the use of orange, red, yellow and brown shades in your Thanksgiving tablescape. Touches of deep purple and green are a great option for an elegant spread.

Luxe Whites, Creams & Golds


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Maybe color isn't your thing and that's completely ok.  The trick to adding interest to seasonal decor without a lot of color is incorporating various textures and sheens. Blend various accents like metallic candle holders, glass pumpkins, matte painted rattan twig or grapevine balls, and vase fillers for luxe table decor.

Mixed Metallics


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Go gold or silver this year with painted wine bottles, long-stem candles and faux branches. Balance the sheen with subdued florals, feathers and dinnerware.

Mad About Plaid


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Nothing says "fall" like cozy plaids. Plaid used to be a staple in traditional home decor, but this pattern bridges the gap between all home decor styles. For sleeker styling, use plaid as a focal point to your tablescape with a bold tablecloth. If your style is more eclectic, utilize several types of plaid with throw blankets, accent pillows, window treatments, dishware, etc.

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