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Thanksgiving Home Décor

Holiday Tips And Tricks


Thanksgiving is a time for family, friends, food, and of course, decorations! Port St. John and Cocoa Beach in Florida are some of the perfect places to enjoy the holidays. With mild wild weather and breathtaking views, Port St. John and Cocoa Beach are the perfect backdrop for your Thanksgiving decorating. Check out our tips for getting your home ready for the holiday season! Starting with a clean slate in a must! Give your home a good cleaning before you start decorating to give your home a fresh start and allow your decorations to shine brightly! Port St. John and Cocoa Beach are blessed with beautiful scenery, use this for your inspiration! Incorporating natural elements like leaves, branches, and pumpkins is an awesome way to utilize nature in your decorating. Keep your decorating simple! Add some personal touches to your Thanksgiving decor and try not to go overboard, to avoid clutter. Include family photos, handmade crafts, or other items that have meaning to you. Don’t forget to have fun! Port St. John and Cocoa Beach residents love to decorate their homes for the holidays and Thanksgiving is no exception! Make your home extra cozy before hosting holiday parties, upgrade your fall decorating game with homemade centerpieces, and seasonal decor. Fall colors usually include plum, orange, yellow and brown. Port St John and Cocoa Beach are no different, with leaves changing color and temperatures cooling down. Thanksgiving is the perfect time to decorate your Florida home with all of the fall colors. Make a DYI wreath for your front door, use leaves to tie in all colors of the season. Fill a cornucopia with fall fruits and vegetables, artificial or real, as a centerpiece for your tables. String lights around your windows and porch railings that have orange and yellow hues. Place pumpkins, gourds and hay bales outdoors for a festive touch. Get your home ready for holiday guests by adding some special touches with seasonal decorations! Port Saint John is a ...



October 31st, 2022