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Tempting Table Settings


It’s hard to believe it’s already November!  Before we know it, we’ll start  shopping and decorating our homes for the holidays, but let’s not forget that wonderful holiday that falls in between Halloween and December.  This year, turn your attention to creating a festive, artfully decorated Thanksgiving table.  Thanksgiving is a wonderful excuse to get creative with the types of decor adorning your tabletop.  Pears, pomegranates, apples, and squash are examples of produce that make beautiful centerpieces when clustered together.  Feathers, acorns, pine cones, twigs, and natural greenery bring a sense of the autumnal outdoors to your dinner table.  Accent these with rustic pottery or create a contrast with shiny silver.  The images below show a variety of looks in rich oranges, browns, yellows, and reds that all reflect the spirit of Thanksgiving and fall decor.

Photo: Martha Stewart Living

Photo: Country Living

Photo: House Beautiful

Photo: My Home Ideas

Photo: My Home Ideas

Photo: Martha Stewart Living

Photo: Country Living

Photo: My Home Ideas

Photo: HGTV

Photo: My Home Ideas

Photo: Martha Stewart Living

 

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