In the fall and winter, the fireplace becomes a central area of home. Making a fireplace as a focal point in the living room is a fun activity to enliven Thanksgiving and Christmas holiday. Decorating the fireplace area is quite easy, and make the holiday atmosphere becomes more lively.
You can take advantage of natural decorative elements such as dried leaves, tree branches, nuts or beans that you put into the jar. You can also combine it with family portraits that are framed and arranged on above mantle or hung on the wall. A large mirror over the mantle, in a typical thanksgiving garland decor will make your fireplace more beautiful.
If you want dim shades in the fireplace area at night, you can set the candles on the fireplace mantel. And you can also be creative by making candle holders using unused items around us, and that is the activity that kids love. Or if you are quite busy with other preparations, using a collection of candle holders in the past years is a quick way. You can combine with the spread of leaves and dry branches over the mantle. Pumpkin, whether it's rea or not, is still the most favorite thanksgiving ornament.