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Thanksgiving Decor In Natural Autumn Colors

Tue, Nov 22, 2011 | Decorating | By Kate |
 
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To celebrate the main autumn holiday and give thanks for everything a good idea is to use the autumn colors: brown, red, orange, a little bit of gold. They look cool, make us feel as if we were celebrating outside and, of course, add coziness. Take colorful tablecloth, napkins and cards for the guests. Use bright tableware and centerpiece of flowers, vegetables and berries. Use pumpkins, gooseberries, leaves, peppers, pears and dry ears for decoration of the table, mantelpiece and candle holders. These colors would give some cheerfulness and relaxation to your party or family dinner.

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