Thanksgiving Bliss: 13 Natural Decor Must-Haves!

As Thanksgiving approaches, it’s the perfect time to embrace the beauty of nature and create a warm, inviting atmosphere in your home. 

Let’s explore 13 must-have natural elements and decor ideas that will help you “cozy up” your space and infuse it with the spirit of Thanksgiving.

13. Fall Foliage Garland

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Drape fall foliage garlands across your fireplace mantle, staircase, or dining table for an organic and earthy vibe. Consider mixing in twinkle lights for added ambiance.

12. Pumpkins Galore

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Start with the quintessential symbol of fall, the pumpkin. Miniature pumpkins, gourds, and squash in various colors and shapes can be placed as centerpieces or used for scatter decor.

11. Autumn Leaves

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Gather fallen leaves in vibrant reds, yellows, and oranges to create a simple, natural table runner or use them to craft beautiful leaf garlands.

10. Cornucopia Centerpiece

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The cornucopia, or “horn of plenty,” is a classic Thanksgiving centerpiece that overflows with seasonal fruits, vegetables, and nuts.

9. Pinecones

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Pinecones bring a touch of the forest into your home. Arrange them in baskets, paint them in metallic shades, or use them as name card holders for a rustic-chic touch.

8. Wheat Sheaves

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Display wheat sheaves as an elegant and earthy focal point on your table or mantel. They symbolize a bountiful harvest.

7. Acorns

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Fill glass jars, bowls, or vases with acorns, or incorporate them into a charming garland for a woodland-inspired look.

6. Candles

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Beeswax or soy candles in warm, earthy tones add a cozy glow to your Thanksgiving decor. Consider placing them in rustic candle holders or lanterns.

5. Berries and Foliage

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Red, orange, and burgundy berries along with faux or real fall foliage can be used to create stunning wreaths, swags, and arrangements.

4. Burlap Accents

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Burlap table runners, placemats, or napkin rings add a rustic touch to your table setting.

3. Wooden Decor

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Incorporate wooden elements like log slices as coasters or chargers, wooden trays for serving, and decorative wood signs.

2. Dried Flowers

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Dried flowers and herbs like lavender, thistle, and eucalyptus make for fragrant and long-lasting arrangements.

1. Handmade Crafts

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Get creative with handmade crafts like painted pinecone turkeys, leaf-stamped place cards, or a DIY gratitude tree.

By embracing natural decor elements, you not only create a warm and inviting space but also pay homage to the beauty of the season. These 12 natural Thanksgiving decor must-haves will help you create a memorable and heartfelt atmosphere for this special holiday.

25 Stylish Thanksgiving Table Setting Ideas

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From elegant table settings, to last minute centerpieces, these ideas will help you create a memorable dinner for your loved ones without breaking the bank.

16 Beautiful and Easy Thanksgiving Centerpiece Ideas

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We’ve rounded up 16 different DIY centerpiece ideas that you can create in a pinch to add an extra little something to your Thanksgiving table.

How to Create the Perfect Thanksgiving Tablescape

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Impress all of your family and friends with a festive, well-thought out table setting complete with festive holiday decor.

Boomer Décor Alert: Can You Spot These 10 Relics in your home?

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In the ever-evolving world of home décor, styles come and go, but some relics of the past seem to hang around, proving that nostalgia is a powerful force. If you’re a boomer, you might find these décor items all too familiar. If not, it’s time to play detective and see if any of these blasts from the past are hiding in plain sight in your home.

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Cassity Kmetzsch started Remodelaholic after graduating from Utah State University with a degree in Interior Design. Remodelaholic is the place to share her love for knocking out walls, and building everything back up again to not only add function but beauty to her home. Together with her husband Justin, they have remodeled 6 homes and are working on a seventh. She is a mother of four amazing girls. Making a house a home is her favorite hobby.

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