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November 12, 2019

Thanksgiving Decor 2019



I'll start in the kitchen dining area at the credenza.  I put down a runner runner that has pumpkins on each end.  

 I used this white pitcher with pumpkins on it and added the dark grass to it to tone down the look a bit and to pick up on some of the darker brown colors seen throughout. 

 Same farmhouse pumpkin decor.  I've gotten a lot of mileage out of that!

 I brought out my white turkey with sponge brown accents.  I liked how the white in the turkey picked up on the white in the pitcher.  The candle holder was a find at Hobby Lobby and I felt it unified everything.  The turkey dish is part of a 4 pc. set I think from Williams Sonoma.


Now onto the living room fireplace mantel...
 I brought in my MacKenzie Childs turkey and a pair of pheasants.

 This is how it looked during the fall and Halloween season. I took away a couple of pumpkins and rearranged the others.

 The pheasants were acquired from Pier 1 several years ago.  I like making it look like they are foraging.

 After I showed you my Fall mantel I got this owl.  It was centered under the picture but I decided to move it off to the right and raise it on a candlestick as though it was perching from a tree.

 The turkey is set lower as though it were on the ground.



I took some evening photos too...




Wishing You a Happy Thanksgiving!

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11 comments:

  1. I can't think of a warmer, more inviting, Thanksgiving home. It's beautiful, Liz -- each and every photo radiates warmth and love.

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  2. How elegant your home is...Happy Thanksgiving!

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  3. Love the mantle design, Liz.

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  4. Such a pretty look for Thanksgiving. You are getting quite the collection of Mackenzie Child’s. I love the turkey and the owl. The night time looks warm and inviting. Happy Thanksgiving.

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  5. Love the natural look on the mantel! I've gotten quite a 'thing' for pheasants lately so I really liked the way they were included.

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  6. Liz, this is so lovely. What a beautiful Thanksgiving decor statement. I love your use of the black and white Mackenzie Child's collection. It gives your mantel such a pop of color and commands your full attention. Definitely a WOW.

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  7. Oh Liz, you know how much I love black and white, and I'm crushing on that owl and turkey on your mantle. Beautiful!

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  8. Hi Liz,
    Your home looks so cozy and warm and inviting for the holiday. Love that fireplace a glow. I bet with the cold temps and snow that fire place makes everything feel warmer. Have a great rest of the week
    Hugs,
    Kris

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  9. Liz,
    I, truly, s k i p over Thanksgiving decorating and go full speed into Christmas.
    Most times we spend Thanksgiving with our son & daughter~in~law at their home.
    By doing my Christmas decorating early, I have the opportunity to relax and enjoy the Season. . .my most favorite holiday and time of the year.
    But, oh, my goodness. . .how truly lovely and filled with inspiration your home is!
    Thank you for always inspiring!
    Pat

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  10. Thanksgiving in your home has an abundance of favorite colors and looks. The white used with the dark color looks like autumn and Thanksgiving. I especially like how you use the runner, love that it has the pumpkins on each end. Your mantle is lovely with the owl perched high. Beatluful color in the pumpkin and handsome peasants. Happy Thanksgiving Liz.......

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  11. Liz, I just love the warmth of your home! I adore the white pitcher with the pumpkin, it is really pretty! You have acquired quite a collection of MC and it is gorgeous. Wishing you and yours a Happy Thanksgiving!

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Welcome to Home and Gardening With Liz. I have combined my previous blogs “Infuse With Liz” and “Sit With Me In My Garden” into this new blog. I love interior decorating and gardening. I enjoy redefining interior spaces by moving things around and reusing decorative items already found in the home. I also enjoy creating tablescapes and an occasional crafting project. I'm so pleased you've stopped by. I invite you to follow me and I do hope you will keep coming back! Liz
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