The weather is getting crisper, the leaves are changing colors, and the smell of pumpkin spice is filling the air! We are taking a break from antique show planning to get everyone ready for Thanksgiving! Grab your sweater and get ready to prep your entire home with these 6 autumn décor ideas straight from our dealers.
This tiered tray is the perfect piece to spice up every season Add a few mini pumpkins and fresh flowers and you have yourself a centerpiece.
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#2: Canvas Art
“Cluck, cluck, cluck” has turned to “gobble, gobble, gobble.” We are fluffing up our feathers for this fun and festive canvas.
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#3 – Flannels
Goodbye warm weather, hello flannels. Whether you’re cooking in the kitchen, cuddled up by the fire, or pumpkin pickin’ in the patch, a flannel is a must-have staple of the season. Get your unique flannel from The Olde Farmhouse today!
Photo Credit Instagram @bblessedflannels
#4 – Cozy Corner
This cozy corner is the perfect place to escape the chaos of the kitchen on Thanksgiving Day. Whether it be for your elderly grandparents, your nursing aunt, or chatty cousins it is important to have a special spot for your family to gather and relax.
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#5 – Blessings Box
This adorable Autumn Blessings box is a perfect décor item with pumpkins or can be used as a box to hold everyone’s “blessings”. Welcome each member of your family to write what they are thankful for and have them drop it in this box. After dinner you can read them all and be reminded of all that you have to be grateful for. Thanks Conmajalis for the great idea!
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#6 – Inspirational Signs
Thankful and Gather are the words and feelings of the season! Yes, stuffing and mashed potatoes are what fill our stomachs, but it is gathering with family that fills our hearts.
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We can’t wait to share our finds with your nest this coming year! Catch these dealers and hundreds more at our Spring Antiques & Old Stuff Show May 4 & 5, 2019.