Fall Style for Thanksgiving

by Melanie, November 23, 2013

Most of us are heading into the weekend with a “to do” list a mile long in preparation for the Thanksgiving holiday.  Top on our list is fall decor inspiration to spruce up the house a bit before the guests arrive.  It’s too late to makeover the dining room or remodel the guest room but there are still a few little tricks you can use to ready your home for Thanksgiving entertaining.

Warm up your welcome with quick color changes.  Introduce your guests to a dramatic, inviting paint color that also makes your accessories pop.  Deep plum or aubergine are current and dramatic color options that are still grounded and earthy – the perfect backdrop for fall florals and accessories.
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We love the way the textured baskets and vintage-look rug add an earthy, 
comfortable dimension that says welcome home.

Layer on a mixture of textiles for a cozy, multi-dimensional look that is easy to change up for the seasons.
Mrs. Blandings
Dransfield and Ross
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Pine Cone Hill
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Accessorize organically for an earthy elegance.  Bring in the outdoors and put it to work in vignettes, centerpieces, garlands and wreaths.

At West End
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Coco + Kelley
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Between Naps On the Porch
We love how this fall wreath contrasts with the black front door.  The burlap ribbon adds a nice,
earthy touch and the branches winding around the light fixtures 
keep the whole thing from looking fussy.
There are so many great ways to enhance your home with the splendor of fall.  So go ahead and fluff up your space for Thanksgiving — you still have time for these quick tricks before you start overcooking the turkey.  
After that, all you have to do is light the fireplace.  
Or these….
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Do it!

P.S.  Guests spending the night?  We’ve got you covered with guest room inspiration here.

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