Giving your home that Thanksgiving flavor isn’t always easy.

Whether you’re hosting a holiday gathering or just wanting to add seasonal style to your space, design decisions need to be made.

No need to stress, though. Check out these simple ways to add some festive flair to your home.

Decorate with Glass

Try dressing up a mantel, coffee table, or floating shelf with a collection of amber glassware.

Mix and match shapes, blend some vintage and modern pieces, and add a little accent lighting in the form of votive candles.

Incorporate Moody Florals

Decorate your table with a floral arrangement.

Add a few bursts of deliberate color and pair it with a white tablecloth for a mature and sophisticated look.

Add Elements of Texture and Earthy Colors

Thanksgiving is all about exciting the senses. So this year play with texture and color with your table decor.

Copper, terracotta, and dried flowers all pair well and can create a soothing ambiance for the appetizing holiday meals to come.

Let That Seasonal Decor Spill Into Other Rooms

There’s no rule that Thanksgiving has to be restricted to living or dining areas. Let the fun spill into other spaces, like a bathroom or home office.

Even the tiniest accessories can have a huge impact on a room and add a lovely seasonal vibe.

Go for Drama

Pampas grass is an excellent addition to any centerpiece. It’s soft, bold and neutral enough to tread the line between glam and rustic.

Don’t Overlook Small Spaces

You don’t need a ton of space to add a ton of charm. Minimalism can have a profound effect on the atmosphere of a room.

Try an assortment of miniature pumpkins on a shelf. Toss in a few votives to up the ante.

Add a Pop of Color

You don’t need to complicate your decor to get a dramatic look. Sometimes just a tiny pop of color is enough to do the trick.

Add a vase of festive red berry branches to be the focal point of your autumnal decor.

Go Traditional

Hey, if all else fails, embrace tradition. There’s a reason it was popular to begin with, so no need to reinvent the wheel.

The most important thing is to create an inviting space that speaks to you.

Now that’s something that will never go out of style.