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outdoor thanksgiving table settings

outdoor thanksgiving table settings

Thanksgiving meals outside are very special because not only can you enjoy food and conversation here, but also fresh air and the beautiful sunshine. Interested in how to decorate a table? We have some ideas for you.

The outdoor environment is considered part of the decor. So, consider your yard, porch, or yard and add some simple decor. Put some blankets on the chairs to keep your guests warm, and blankets and a tablecloth can be made of the same plaid fabric. Don’t forget to add some rocks or other weight to the corners to keep your tablecloth in place in the wind.

Choose your decoration style: traditional, modern, rustic, moody or different. Decorate according to this style and the selected colors: orange, brown, yellow for traditional table decorations, black and white with orange accents for minimalist decor, neutral colors for modern table landscapes.

Decorate with pumpkins, corn, acorns, leaves, apples and various fruits. Such a natural decor will make the holiday stand out and make your table really cozy and welcoming. Candles and candle lanterns not only create an ambience, they also give warmth. Personalize each location with a fruit, favor, or decoration like a gilded pumpkin to make the table look amazing.

Many of us suffer from small kitchens because it seems impossible to fit everything we need here. But the mission is possible! There are some cool ideas for storage in the kitchen that can fit in the smallest of spaces and create extra space for you.


Your usual cabinets offer plenty of options for additional storage space. First, take a look in your closets: if the shelves are tall enough, you can add extra wire shelves and store dishes and cups. Use the bottom of the cabinets to secure mason jars with dry food or to make shallow drawers for storing frying pans. Another idea is to add some rails and hanging wire baskets to put whatever you want inside. Make super narrow pull-out drawers and cabinets for storing food and dishes. Put retractable cutting boards in your cabinets to save space. You can also put the less-used items on your closets.

Ideas hanging and wall-mounted

Use walls to save space! Put up wall-mounted shelves for all kinds of things you have: cookbooks, dishes, pans, groceries, and so on. Attach magnetic strips for knives to the walls and save space on the countertop. To create more space, hang breadboard and rails and attach hooks and rails to them. This way you can accommodate even more material. Wall storage might also be a good idea.

Other ideas

Put shelves on your countertops and you get double the space.

About Warwick

Warwick Zach Godfrey is a farmer with a happy marriage. He also writes about plants on various blogs.

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