Thanksgiving is right around the corner, which means it’s time to start planning the menu and the table decorations. We found some interesting but crude examples on countryliving that we think you’ll like too. So here they are:
Traditional Thanksgiving table decorations
An old plank top table is complemented by a large chandelier centered in the center. The colored bells and candles add sparkle here and there and the whole ensemble looks very elegant and classy. The decorations don’t necessarily have to be colorful. You can choose to keep the whole ensemble simple and neutral and to use some white or black decorations and centerpieces.
This is a nice way of taking your table decorations to a new level. You can barely see the centerpiece with all the high-end devices and it all looks so simple and clean and chic. The relaxed dinner guests would surely appreciate that.
You can make your Thanksgiving table look unique and fun by decorating it with fresh fruits and vegetables. Some simple place mats based on fruit smalls would do just fine. You can also decorate the napkins and maybe by using print-off buttons from other holidays or events.
Decorate the table with some seasonal flowers. For this you’ll need a place in the house, preferably a small space next to the kitchen or dining room table, preferably open or balcony and you can also add some seasonal decorations that you might already have in the house.
And don’t forget to be creative. Fill the table with beautiful, fresh fruits and veggies and display them on the table or in the middle of the dining table. You can also decorate the space with candles in clear containers.