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November Mood Board: A Thanksgiving Dining Room

I know that many folks have moved on to Christmas at this point. It’s November and since Halloween is over they just want to go straight to Christmas but for me, November is all about Thanksgiving. So today I am sharing a gorgeous Thanksgiving Dining Room for my November Mood Board.

I have mentioned before that I love Thanksgiving. Any holiday that you eat, drink and hang out with family and friends is awesome in my book!

This year we won’t have as big a gathering as we did last year since my daughter moved to Texas but we are still very excited. I already bought everything I need for the day! Yes, it’s a month early. LOL

A Thanksgiving Dining Room

Since Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday I am sticking with that theme and sharing all my favorite home decor for a dining room. From the table down to the napkins, these are my favorites of all time!

A brown dining table with a plaid table runner, beige upholstered chair and pumpkin floral arrangement.

I included several of my favorites this month in my mood board because I just love Thanksgiving. You will notice that I don’t have a ton of stuff on the table. That’s because you need room for all those lovely side dishes that go with the turkey!

I kept it to a simple runner and centerpiece. You can make a pumpkin floral arrangement yourself or you can purchase this one!

Paige Dining Chair – I have loved these chairs from World Market for so long! I think they are simple so they will go with any holiday decor, but fashionable enough to dress up or down for fancy holiday dinners or the kids and their friends.

RH Dining Table – Another one that I am secretly in love with! This table does it all for me. It comes in several different sizes and finishes! You can even get it in different shapes.

Albers Area Rug – Boutique Rugs has some really amazing rugs and they are always having a sale! This one, in particular, is nice because it has a pattern so it will hide spills but it’s not patterned enough where it will look funny at different holidays.

Faux Olive Tree – If you read my best faux olive tree post then you know that these guys are the hottest plants in home decor right now! This one is my favorite and most realistic looking.

Black and Gold Flatware – I love incorporating gold flatware for Thanksgiving and Christmas. This set is gold and black and I think it’s so pretty!

Reversible Table Runner – This table runner is so pretty. I personally love the plaid side but if you want something different you can go with the other side!

Hydrangea and Wheat Grass Arrangement – The pumpkin is actually a pot and it holds this really pretty arrangement. If you want faux flowers this is perfect and you can use it year after year.

Cambria Dishes – I actually own these dishes and I love them! They are heavy and sturdy but they don’t scream casual. You can dress them up or down so if you do a fancy Thanksgiving you can just add pretty napkins and napkin rings.

La Jolla Baskets – Because they go in just about every room in my opinion are these gorgeous baskets from Serena and Lilly. I want them in every room, maybe that’s what I should have said, LOL.

I hope you love my Thanksgiving Dining Room! I had a lot of fun putting this one together. Make sure you check out my Instagram for my real-life Thanksgiving Dining Room!

Other Thanksgiving Posts:

A Thanksgiving Dining Table pin for Pinterest.

As a licensed Real Estate Agent and an avid home decorator, I strive to give my clients the very best I can when it comes to staging, selling, and decorating their homes. I have lots of experience with paint color choices and love to DIY my home so I can have everything just the way I want it. I share my ideas and projects with the world in the hopes that I can help others have their homes just the way they want as well.

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