15 Incredible Ideas To Adorn Your Home With Thanksgiving Decor


Keep your decor fresh and inviting throughout the holiday season with our fantastic collection of Thanksgiving decor ideas. We will even give you some great tips on how to transition your holiday decorations from Thanksgiving to Christmas. Take a look below and let us know which one of these ideas most inspired you and why in the Comments!


1. Thanksgiving Tree. This idea is fantastic! When Thanksgiving is over, just remove all of the pumpkins and leave the rest of the items on the tree for Christmas. The main concept for this tree is to reuse, recycle and repurpose any unused fall decorations from previous years. (via Home With Holiday)


2. Thanksgiving Table Decor. The brown velvet pumpkins, green metal pumpkins, and sunflowers inspired the design for the Thanksgiving Tree pictured above. This would make a great holiday theme in your home. (via Home With Holiday)


3. Decorate Your Staircase With Twigs. Tie together bundles of bare tree and winterberry branches to your staircase spindles to create an autumnal aesthetic. When Thanksgiving is over, you can add pine boughs to the branches with some red ribbon and Christmas ornaments for some festive color. (via Better Homes and Gardens)


4. Spiced Orange Pomander Balls. This Thanksgiving decor will make a pretty centerpiece and a natural air freshener. All you need is some fresh citrus and some cloves. Add them in a decorative bowl with some pinecones and some fresh pine branches. (via Simple Bites)


5. Rustic Thanksgiving Table. Mix rustic with elegance by adding natural elements to your tablescape. A jute table runner is layered with wood slices and pumpkins. Add a lantern filled with birch-wrapped candles and taper candles in brass candlesticks. Dried eucalyptus and pine cones add a touch of whimsy. To turn this into a winter tablescape, remove the pumpkins, add some sparkly ornaments, fake snow, green garland and touches of red — pomegranates, taper candles, etc. (via Joyful Growing Blog)


6. Floating Candles. This simple decoration is an easy DIY in a pinch. If you have some mason jars or glasses, just add some twigs, water, and small candles to float. The perfect ambiance for your centerpiece! (via Deco Aquarium)


7. Simple Cranberry Candle. If you have a mason jar, add some greenery, a handful of cranberries and a floating votive. This will add some festive ambiance for your table that can be used straight through to Christmas. (via Better Homes and Gardens)


8. Tea Light Centerpiece. This rustic decoration will set the mood for your holiday table and can be used for both Thanksgiving and Christmas. Try using colored tea lights, harvest colors for Thanksgiving and red or green to switch out for Christmas. All you need is a hollowed-out log, pine cones, and tea lights. (via We Heart It)


9. Painted Pumpkins. A great DIY project for your holiday table, these will be sure to add visual interest to your table. Get the full tutorial of these rustic pumpkins on the provided link. (via Liz Marie Blog)


10. Table Adorned With Natural Elements. Combine fruit, greenery, and pinecones for a festive aesthetic. This table can easily transition from Thanksgiving to Christmas. The white pillar candles are set on a beveled-edge mirror for an elegant look. Add some simple fall garland and mini pumpkins for Thanksgiving. When Christmas approaches, switch out the autumn elements with pine boughs, clementines, and pinecones, as seen above. (via Better Homes and Gardens)


11. Minimal Candle Holders. If you are looking for an easy DIY to add some ambiance to your Thanksgiving table, then try this simple idea. All you need is an empty glass jar or wine bottle, fill it with some eucalyptus or pine branches and add water. Place taper candles into the opening. (via A Refinaria)


12. Cinnamon Stick Candles. Tie cinnamon sticks around your candles. When illuminated, the heated cinnamon will make your whole house smell amazing. (via Home Stories A to Z)


13. Hurricane Glass Centerpiece. This hurricane would look beautiful on your Thanksgiving or Christmas table. Fill with some real or faux leaves for autumn. Alternatively, fill with cranberries or pine branches for Christmas. The leaves could also be spray painted for a metallic effect. (via Small Budget Bride)


14. Woodsy Candleholder Centerpiece. This can be used to decorate both your Thanksgiving and Christmas tables. A piece of wood is chopped in half, with the flat area set on the table. Drill holes in the top large enough to place taper candles. Add some other rustic decor such as pinecones and greenery. (via Barabasca Made)


15. DIY Apple Candle Holders. These candles can be used to adorn any space in your home for some festive ambiance. All you need is artificial apples, tea light candles and taper candles (same color as tea lights). Cut a hole in the apple to fit the tea light. Light the taper candle and drip wax onto the sides, perfect for Thanksgiving decor. (via Domestically Blissful)

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