Ironically, as I write this Halloween and Thanksgiving decor post, I am prepping to take it all down and start installing Christmas! Yes, it’s time in my house to get into the Christmas spirit and begin decorating so that I have time to service my holiday decor clients. I really look forward to spreading the holiday cheer in my clients’ homes beginning in November.
Please enjoy these pictures of my whimsical approach to Halloween and Thanksgiving holiday decor. I hope you are inspired to decorate a little more festively this year! To see my Silver and Black Halloween Dining Room click here.
I like to incorporate my children’s artwork from Halloween and Thanksgivings past.
The gold lights are actually Christmas lights from a Martha Stewart line years ago.
I usually pack away a few decor items in each room to make room for holiday decor. That really allows for my decor to pop. I packed away any items that had a feeling of Spring or Summer.
The canvas above was a hand-made birthday gift from my daughter. She painted my favorite Bible verse for me, Philippians 4:6 “Be anxious for nothing”. Please note that it is covered in a layer of gold glitter!
I love this duck dressed and ready to trick-or-treat! It is one of my favorite gifts from my husband. -Meredith