Thanksgiving is a wonderful family vacation, and the home decor should be cozy and inviting as your family and those closest to you will come to you. Today we would like to share some decorations for your front door as this is one of the first things your guests will see. Try artificial fall leaves, flowers in fall colors, dried herbs, garlands and wreaths – how many you take and what type they will be is up to you. Distressed signs are extremely on trend now, so you can make one for your entrance; Lanterns bring soft light. Don’t forget that it’s a harvest holiday and use vegetables and fruits as decorations, especially pumpkins! Be inspired by the following ideas and invite you to join!
vegetables and fruit
Pumpkins are the first choice when decorating for fall and Thanksgiving. You can rock natural or fake pumpkins, lanterns or pots, just stacked pumpkins or pumpkins in urns and pots, in any color that suits your decor. Keeping them all natural is a big trend that will add a modern feel to your porch. You can also rock artificial berries, pumpkins, peppers, corns, apples and pears, and many other vegetables and fruits to make arrangements and make garlands and wreaths.
Branches, twigs, and autumn leaves and flowers are indispensable for autumn decoration. Gather some twigs and twigs in your yard, get some fall leaves – natural or artificial – and buy or grow some vigorous fall blooms in baskets or pots. Incorporate them into garlands and wreaths, place them in pots and urns, baskets and bowls to create the decor you like. Fall blossoms can simply be placed on the porch to give it a bold fall look.
You can also use lights and candle lanterns, signs and works of art, bunting and garlands, add some mats and other accessories and elements that are suitable for a cool look on your porch. Be inspired and look forward to Thanksgiving!