easy fall centerpiece on a budget
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You may have noticed I haven’t yet refreshed my dining area as planned.
My usual design paralysis took hold, and I couldn’t stop thinking about Thanksgiving. What do the holidays have to do with home design? Well, everything.
The more I thought about it, the more I couldn’t come up with a wallpaper and concept that I was confident I’d love year round. As it turns out, I’m content with my minimalist dining area for now, and I think it really shines when I decorate for a gathering.
I decided to set the table for an inexpensive and easy, but glam fall meal.
I set the table with items I already had on hand: some gold chargers, white dishes, and leftover white pumpkins from Halloween.
I then added eucalyptus branches and pretty fall florals to add a pretty pop.
I wanted to take my own dishes up a notch, so I decided to customize my inexpensive white dishes with permanent oil marker and baked them in the oven to set. While I double checked that the technique I used is supposed to be food safe, I still just applied it to the edges.
10 thoughts on “Affordable and Chic Thanksgiving Decor”
I love the idea of eucalyptus!!! Thank you!
These are really good ideas, I am hosting this year and I may borrow some of your decir ideas. love the wreath.
I love your ideas! The glitter tape adds a nice touch, and I really want to try making plates like yours!
They were soo easy to make!
Gorgeous table! I love the glitter too ???? If I ever hosted holidays, I’d want my table to look like this.
Aww thank you so much!
Beautiful!!! Show-stopper for sure. The little white pumpkins are adorable. I definitely prefer attending someone else’s dinner party… do you have one extra seat at your table?!
The more the merrier! lol
I am a sucker for easy ways to spruce up everyday objects. Your tablescape is a great example of doing that!
Thank you, Stacey!