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7 Last-Minute Thanksgiving Decor Ideas

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7 Last-Minute Thanksgiving Decor Ideas

Julie Carlson November 27, 2014

Down to the wire. Here are Thanksgiving table decor ideas from the produce aisle (and your yard).

Above: Vegetables as decor; see DIY: A Thanksgiving Centerpiece (for Under $10).

Above: Leaves hung from clear fishing line in a dinner for the launch of Kinfolk Table hosted by Karen Mordechai of Sunday Suppers.

Above: A tray of artichokes can function as a centerpiece; photo via Fang Kuang.

Above: Remodelista contributor Justine Hand is a master when it comes to simple arrangements; see DIY: Foraged Foliage Decor.

Above: Gardenista invited Local Milk to come up with a strategy; see Thanksgiving on a Budget: 7 Tips for Tabletop Decor from Stylist Beth Kirby.

Above: Jars of herbs can fill in for flowers; photo by Linh Nguyen.

Above: Leafs as plate decor at a Portland, OR, Kinfolk dinner.

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