Amberly Shelton. dining. November 05th , 2017.
As Thanksgiving approaches, make your shopping list and get ready to prepare a feast! One thing you can cross off your list: a Thanksgiving centerpiece. Today we’re featuring a festive vignette that celebrates nature’s bounty. You can also celebrate the affordable price of this centerpiece! Fresh produce and budget-friendly flowers combine to create a decadent look that’s fit for a fall display. Read on for details on how to dress up your Thanksgiving table:
You can also gather decor from around the house, such as greenery and metallic bowls. Today’s featured centerpiece includes a combination of warm and cool tones. Grey meets gold in an irresistible pairing that showcases the power of mixing metallics. To keep the display from being too busy, stick with neutrals, such as silver, gold, linen and natural wood. Pops of greenery will add life, along with selections such as seeded eucalyptus.
How we style a dining room is one of those decisions that not only affects our home interior, but also our quality of life. A dining room must be beautiful to look at, sure, but it must also be convenient to dine in. The most important piece of the dining room is, understandably, a dining table. There’s more to decorating a dining room than just picking out a table and setting it in the center of the room. Additions like a stylish rug can make a big difference to the overall ambiance.
Rugs for Rustic Dining Rooms Rustic dining rooms are perhaps those who are in need of a rug the most. The natural appeal of a dark, antique decor is very homey and nostalgic, cozy and familiar. Adding a rug into the mix will only enhance this feeling and truly squeeze the best attributes out of the room.
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