See how to decorate for Thanksgiving using free botanical printables.
Today, I’m joining a group of my blogger friends for a fun Thanksgiving blog hop. You can see the entire list of bloggers at the the end of this post. As Thanksgiving is quickly approaching, I kept it simple this year and added a few decorations around the home. Here’s how to decorate for Thanksgiving using free botanical printables.
This project idea was birthed when I was working on my November blog post for Joann. Well after I put these frames together, I discovered that I was actually supposed to do a Christmas post with them. So instead of scrapping this project all together, I decided to put them to use around the home because I loved them so much. Plus, I think they are perfect for Thanksgiving!
I discovered these botanical prints online for free. I did this same exact thing when I transformed my guest room a couple of years ago and needed a large piece of art. For this project, I placed these free botanical prints in simple vintage inspired floating brass frames and just leaned them in front of each other on the mantle. The fall colors and prints of different leaves add some lovely browns and neutral colors that give it an Autumn feel.
I recently also added peel and stick wallpaper to this wall in our family room. It adds a really cozy texture to our space and it was so easy to put up. If you want directions on how to use peel and stick wallpaper, you can read the instructions on my foyer post. I highly recommend using this stuff if you’re afraid of traditional wallpaper. It’s temporary so when you tire of it, all you have to do is peel it off and avoid any damage to your walls.
The wallpaper adds a richness to the walls and to the overall ambience. It’s such a great way to incorporate color, texture or drama to any room in your home. I just finished installing a dramatic, bold wallpaper in my dining room and I can’t wait to reveal it to you.
In the kitchen, I added some more frames to our recent DIY dish rack project. I love that I can change out dishes, art work or boards for different seasons.
I originally planned on creating a large gallery wall with these gold frames but glad I decided to use them in a different way around our home. They are perfect for adding touches of Fall and Thanksgiving around the home.
You can look through the images and choose the ones you want to print. I just cut them and placed them in the frames. Easy peasy!
Here’s one more on the kitchen counter. I placed it front of a board and it adds a nice backdrop to the fall candle that was a gift from my dear friend. Yup, we still have that candy corn out! The small wooden lamp adds the perfect amount of light at night.
I liked the frames so much, I added one to my recent client’s bathroom makeover. I’ll be sure to share that soon with you too.
Now be sure to visit all my friends that are joining me this month in sharing their Thanksgiving decorating ideas!
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Meme Hill Studio | How-to set a Unique Festive Farmhouse Inspired Thanksgiving Day Table
Styled With Lace |A Welcoming Fall Foyer for Thanksgiving
Finding Lovely | A Thankful Thanksgiving with Boat Placecards
The Posh Home | Thanksgiving Decorating
Summer Adams | Elegant Thanksgiving Table in White and Gold
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