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Sunday, October 28, 2012

How to decorate the dining table for Thanksgiving, see these table settings!

Ready to embrace the fall season? See how these homeowners decorated for fall with centerpieces, using seasonal fruits and vegetables, and other fall foliage. These fall colors add a welcoming touch for the entire season, and can last through Thanksgiving day for your table decorating needs.


This dining table arrangement is nice and low so
guests can still see each other! So often people
put a huge arrangement on the table that they end up
moving while they dine, that's silly, it defeats the purpose!
   
For a casual low height Thanksgiving centerpiece, consider cut branches or colorful maple leaves.
You can lay them on their side, to keep them below eye level for Thanksgiving dinner.


Think asymmetrical or unconventional! This fall centerpiece could be
placed on a hearth, or in the corner of the room. It would be a nice touch
 in November. It could be a nice touch on the buffet on Thanksgiving day! 
For a nature inspired fall centerpiece or table scape, use eggplants, watermelon,
 and fresh cut hydrangeas. The hydrangeas turn a reddish purple during fall.
This table scape incorporated rustic wood with clear glass.

This homeowner collected items found in nature to create a
welcoming arrangement on her cocktail table. What a nice touch
to accent the scented candlelight!

Centerpieces are a fun way to prepare your kitchen or dining room
for Thanksgiving dinner.  Nature is all the inspiration you'll need!

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