Chair Decorating for #Thanksgiving

Family and friends events  like thanksgiving are always an opportunity to decorate. The dining chair is an exciting piece of furniture that can enhance the overall design scheme.

When decorating the dining chair is sometimes neglected, it’s time to embrace this piece of furniture and create a cohesive design scheme.

For someone who doesn’t have a lot time on their hand chair decorations will make you look like a creative interior designer.  Be simple and crafty by using small items to create a statement, items such as burlap, ribbons, wreaths, pinecones, flowers and lace will create drama without being over-powering. The design can be as technical or as simple as you desire the trick is to have a theme and be consistent.

Take a look at these unique ways to design your chair with an impact for your thanksgiving dinner.

So, get creative and impress your guest.



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