The holidays are such a fun time to play with menus, fashion, and home style. It’s a time to try something a little more special than your everyday and be a bit more adventurous. Having company is a great excuse to playing up your holiday table to make your guests feel welcome and special. I’ve put together 3 different looks for your Thanksgiving tablescape this season using items you probably already have in your house and a few unexpected surprises. I’m lucky enough to be doing this with a great group of bloggers again! In the Fall we brought you Decorating with Books and now we’ve joined up again to share some holiday tables with you AND to bring you into our families with some of our own families’ recipes! Welcome and enjoy!
Thanksgiving is almost here!
It’s the start of the whole holiday season. Living in New England means we have to fight through the cold weather but it always means we get to have the most classic, authentic feeling holiday season! There’s no better feeling than walking into a house out of the cold that is filled with family members and the warm smell of Thanksgiving dinner! It oozes all the good feelings. The dinner table represents so much to me when it comes to family. It’s a time to catch up, spend time, crack jokes and be disconnected from the rest of the world. No screens, just music, candles and lots and lots of food! That’s where this printable comes in. It’s a bit silly but is part of the feel-good-ness of this holiday!
You could easily print this out and use some painter’s table to put it up on the wall for the day–no frame needed.
Download this free printable by clicking here or the photo below!
I hope it’s a great one. Be sure to tag me on Instagram if you print this out!
Last year for Thanksgiving I created this one:
Living in New England
Living in New England has so many wonderful advantages and right now we’re at the peak of it’s greatness! I’m talking Fall, people… yes again. As an October baby, I just can’t get enough of this season. I want to do it all, the apple and pumpkin picking, the scarf-jacket-and-boots-wearing, and the decorating! You saw how I cozied up our home in my last post and now I’m bringing you outside. It has been the perfect porch-sitting weather! Not too hot, not too cold and no humidity! Let’s take a look at our classic New England Fall porch, shall we?
Welcome or welcome back, friends! I’m glad you stopped by to check out this blog hop because it’s such a GOOD one. Today I’m posting all about how to take on seasonal decor in a more subtle way. Just like you, I’m sure, I’m a big fan of scrolling through Pinterest and other blogs to soak up all the fall decor goodness that is out there. However, when it comes to translating it into my own home, I like to keep it simple. I’m here to show you how you can transform your house into the cozy haven it will be all winter, without sacrificing your style and still get that moody, autumnal feel.
Today I’m teaming up with a group of home decor bloggers to bring you our ideas for using books (vintage and new) in your decor! They’re creative ideas and posts are all linked up at the end of this post, so make sure to check them out. We all remember covering our textbooks in school with brown paper bags, right? I wanted to bring the old-school book cover back with a twist. The technique is pretty much the same, but the materials have been upgraded and the look is more grown up.
Fall is upon us! I pulled together my top fall decor picks under a $100 to bring Fall into your home without losing your own sense of style. This is not a shopping guide full of pumpkins or garlands–you can find that EVERYWHERE right now without my help! This is more about for you to cozy up your home for the cooler months—no themes needed.