Rustic Home Decor Inspiration For Your Thanksgiving Table
Rustic Decor Inspiration For Your Thanksgiving Table
Rustic decor? What is that? Well, it goes by a few other names you may have heard.
- country decor
- farmhouse decor
- primitive decor
- cabin decor
When I am not perusing Pinterest in search of travel ideas and road trip tips, I am filling up my “Cabinspiration” boards with beautiful images and ideas to dream about. I also love snapping photos of rustic signs and decor when out and about (especially if I am visiting the Smokies) for inspiration.
Being a lover of nature and the Smokies, I am naturally drawn to cabins and rustic decor. I also don’t consider myself to be, how shall we say, “fru-fru” so I prefer understated, down home, country decor.
Here are 5 easy rustic decor ideas that inspired me recently.
I have dreamed for years about spending Thanksgiving in a Cabin in the Smokies. Perhaps one day I will make that dream come true. I really love the simplicity of the table setting in this Smoky mountain cabin. The hewn log columns in the cabin really bring the outdoors into this dining room. I never considered antlers in design elements before, but after seeing this chandelier, I was inspired to look for more antler themed rustic decor ideas on Pinterest. To my surprise I found more than a few that I really liked.
Where Eagles Fly cabin is located in Gatlinburg, TN. To check rates and see more views of the cabin and surrounding Smoky Mountains click here.
My young daughter has a real eye for design and helped me choose this Thanksgiving tablescape from Southern Living. The burlap, antlers, and pumpkin combination work well for this farm table look.
3. Colonial Thanksgiving by Houzz
Who’s been to Williamsburg, VA? I just love love love this very simple decor found on Houzz. Have you ever used Houzz? I have only recently discovered it, but it’s like Pinterest only BETTER!! You can find so much inspiration there and then, you can SHOP THE IMAGE!! You can even find an interior designer in your town. Get out!
4. Primitive Throw Back
Here is another primitive throwback to the Colonial days from Country Living. I love the pewter goblets and the color of the pears perfectly match my dining room walls. This one definitely rises to the top of possibilities for this year’s table and could serve as a Christmas table as well.
5. Antler Inspired Harvest
Finally, in keeping with my newfound love for antlers and simplicity, I found this tablescape to be charming. Again, simple elements from the garden, yet elegant, dinnerware make this tablescape easy for anyone to put together.
What’s your decorating style? Do you prefer elegant, rustic, or decked to the nines?