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Thanksgiving is the most appropriate holiday to bring fall cheer and eco-friendly decorations to your home’s decor. From your dinner table to your front door, it is a tradition at this time of year to use natural decorations that will make your home welcome guests.
The centerpiece on the dinner table doesn’t have to be a turkey. A pumpkin bowl or just a white throat can look festive, too. Today, we’re sharing ways to decorate your home for Thanksgiving with natural elements.
Guests on the doorstep
Instead of buying artificial wreaths, how about using elements found in your backyard? Dried grass, raffia leaves, and pine cones can be used to create one-of-a-kind decorations for your front door. Form them into a wreath, or use them to complement last year’s wreath by adding natural elements.
Decorate your porch
Whether you love pumpkins or pots, whether you prefer dried herb decorations, your front porch can be decorated with nature-friendly elements. Potted plants with orange and brown foliage can add bright colors right next to your front door!
Use fruits and vegetables as decorations
Colorful corn on the cob, acorns along with candle holders will make your holiday table beautiful. You can use a basket or cornucopia and fill it with fruits and vegetables, which will be edible and organic.
Leaves can be used along with berries, braid and wire. Use hard leaves, such as Magnolia or Oak, as drink coasters. Allow children to use them to decorate food, decorate them with gel, beads and markers. You can even create ornaments for the coming Christmas with them.
Use grapevine or other fine tree branches to create garlands. They will look adorable around your front door, around the archway and along the stairs leading to the house. Depending on the height of your front door, the garland can be a simple addition to the decor.
If you live near trees, you can use their sprigs to decorate your mantelpiece to create festively rich flowers in your home. A nest of miniature pumpkins, leaves, berries and straw will allow you to decorate the branches. The natural touches of the environment will bring a touch of nature and holiday flair inside the home that will be hard to resist.
Candleholders, soft lighting inside and out will perfectly complement the holiday decorations of the house. To create small lanterns, take paper bags filled with enough sand to cover the bottom of the bag. Use traditional tea candle holders to place them inside and light them when it’s dark. Lanterns are used in many cultures as a symbol of the beginning of the holiday season.
You can use leaves, rocks, and pine needles you find while hiking to create handmade ornaments. Just imagine how much joy this will bring to your children!
To decorate each guest’s seat, use special guest cards that you can hand-sign with acorn or walnut ornaments, and use an original dinner plate for each guest. For a more formal dinner, you can write the menus and dishes for the dinner, placing them next to each set of place settings.
Regardless of the time of year, flowers are already a true treat in themselves. Use rich reds, oranges and yellows to add a festive tone to your home. You can use apples, pumpkins, and other festive fruits to create original decorations that your guests are sure to love.
Your home decorated for Thanksgiving can combine natural decorations and holiday decorations at the same time. Take a walk around your home, visit your nearest grocery store. Your imagination is up to you.
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