The holidays are catching up to us fast! It’s all about the decorations and happy spirits this time of the year, so why not know about all the easy and stylish ways you can decorate your house? Since Thanksgiving is around the corner, we have listed some of the easiest yet most stylish ways to get your house ready for the holidays. Check them out and hopefully by the end of it, we have motivated you enough to get up and start decorating! Happy Holidays!
Candles & Greens
For easy table top arrangements, you can place candles with different greens and branches for the fall look. Adding pumpkins and other themed decorations make for a great holiday look.
Use candleholders for easy fall displays of small pumpkins and gourds. If you want to get more creative, you can spray paint the candleholders gold or silver for a more chic look.
If you’re having guests over, an easy and creative idea is a thankful tree. Each guest can write a message of thanks on pieces of paper and hang them on the branches. These make for great memorable keepsake.
Creative Name cards
Spray paint walnuts or use them as is for great name card holders. You can place them on plates where your guests will be seated. This is a quick and easy idea!
If you’re thinking about making your doorstep the entrance of the year, this is a great idea! Your guests will already be in thankful spirits the moment they pull up to your residence. Decorate the doorstep in colors such as orange, white, brown, and red. You can use anything from pumpkins, flowers, small trees, and leaves to have your guests in awe!
Wreaths are easy and fun to make! Go to your local crafts store to buy the supplies you need to make this creative piece. The fun part is, you can make it look however you want. Check out some DIY ideas before you head to the store to make sure you don’t forget anything!
Maize and wheat create a simple Thanksgiving centerpiece that harkens back to the origins of the holiday. Place foam inside a bucket and stick dry wheat pieces inside the foam so it sticks out a bit. Top it with colored maize for a festive look!