Farmhouse decor is alive and well, and Thanksgiving is the perfect time to flaunt your farm feels! The neutral colors, natural textures and harvest themes perfectly mesh with the holiday that is all about harvest and spending time with loved ones. Whether you’re a seasoned rustic and vintage lover, or just dipping your toes into the Joanna Gaines craze, this roundup of farmhouse Thanksgiving decor is for you!
1. Neutral Mantle
One of the best things about the farmhouse design style is all the neutral colors. You can get an instant Thanksgiving feel by incorporating lots of whites and sage green colors, like the pumpkins in this photo. Add in some dried silver dollar eucalyptus or faux baby’s breath and lavender against some wooden elements like candle holders, and your mantle is instant Harvest!
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2. Tiered Tray
If you don’t have a tiered tray in your holiday decor lineup, you’re missing out. Whether you plan to serve copious amounts of dessert, or want to turn it into a display this multi-level piece is a must. Grab an old or vintage-inspired design in galvanized metal or chipped wood and load up with plenty of Thanksgiving pieces like pumpkins and berry sprigs. Don’t forget the “blessed” and “gather” signs!
Check out LifeOnSummerHill.com for even more tiered tray decor ideas!
3. Buffalo Check
Adding the iconic checked pattern is a no-brainer when it comes to farmhouse feels. It’s a simple way to warm up your decor and make it fall-friendly! Add some throw pillows, a blanket or spruce up your table design with something fun like these fabric pumpkins––buffalo check is the way to go!
Check out the entire tablescape design at Eighteen25.com.
4. Add Texture
You don’t have to add decor pieces that are overtly “Thanksgiving!” Forego the “blessed” signs and swap in some textured wreaths and patterned pillows and you’ll easily pull off that farmhouse vibe.
See 9 more great ideas for decor at ChristinasAdventures.com.
5. Magnolia Leaf Garland
Joanna Gaines, farmhouse and Magnolias are practically synonymous. This year for Thanksgiving, dress up your tables cape with some faux or fresh Magnolia leaves as a nice departure from the dried look that usually accompanies harvest decor. Toss in pumpkins of any color, and ok fine––that “thankful” sign, too.
Find more tablescape ideas at LiMarieBlog.com.