Thanksgiving Decor

We here at Lund Realty believe Thanksgiving is the best time of year to get your family together in your home. We hope to be able to help you find the home that you are looking for. So that  you will  be able to entertain your family and friends for years to come. Below we have complied some ideas on how you can make your house feel more like a home. We especially love the idea of inviting your family and friends to send you old photos and memories to use as decor. Remembering and honoring family members past and present is really a nice way to make the holidays special. Whether you are in your dream home or just starting to look for your dream home, remember all of the fun times with family and friends that you will have and memories you will make in your home. Jim Red will help you find the perfect place to make those memories.   Please visit us at

Check out these ideas for tablescapes



Gathering ideas for your Thanksgiving tablescape? You can easily receate this look by following some of the suggestions below and utilizing Ruby Lane’s inventory. Enjoy and Happy Holidays!

Photo Display: Before the holiday, invite your guests to send you copies of family photos that you can then spray-mount to card stock. To age contemporary color digital photos, print them in sepia.

Pear Placecard: At each place setting, set out a Bartlett pear. From cream-colored card stock or manila file folders, cut out strips and write guests’ names in gold or brown ink. Affix each with a ball-head sewing pin.

Candle Tray: A collection of brass candlesticks in varying heights also provides visual interest. The placement of the photos, which are nestled in a tray of nuts, is varied, too. Keep the candles the same length.

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Author:Jim Red

Jim is the Designated Broker for Lund Realty located in Glendale, AZ. Specializing in helping people find and sell homes. His off time is spent with his family, dogs, servicing the community, and traveling. See more at

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