Thanksgiving Decor Ideas from Midwest Instagrammers
Place seasonal flowers in an old teapot (the one in this photo is the blogger's great-grandmother's), and use rustic candleholders to create a vintage vibe. Add white mini pumpkins to tie it all together.
Gobble it up
This cute mini-garland adds a festive pop to the farmhouse feel of this cabinet. This blogger takes symmetry into consideration with the framed photos, mini-pumpkins and turkey figurines.
"Thanksgiving might be my favorite holiday," writes this Indiana blogger. "I love setting a table for a big group of loved ones....and celebrating all we have to be thankful for."
Half and half
Decorate for both Christmas and Thanksgiving to really get in the holiday spirit. Use table centerpieces and candles inspired by fall colors, mistletoe, and Christmas-themed throw pillows to make your space extra festive.
Faux leaves, pumpkins and branches bring the beautiful elements of the outdoors right to your table – and it doesn't get much more Thanksgiving than a turkey centerpiece.
Pillows, plants and pumpkins
Warm, fall tones tie together the seasonal decor in this room. Coffee mugs add a personal (and useful) touch to the wall display.
This kitchen in this Minneapolis home was featured in our September/October issue. The brown, feathered plant suggests autumn, and the cookbook and cutting board are a subtle nod to a holiday centered around food.
Fall into Thanksgiving
Rich, warm tones and an assortment of gourds and mini-pumpkins make this tablescape perfect for any fall celebration, including Thanksgiving.