You might still be polishing off the last of the Halloween candy, but it’s now time to turn your attention to Thanksgiving. Your table can set the mood for any gathering, and Jessica Beattie of Hacienda Austin stopped by with some lovely ideas to get yours on point. Jessica shared ways to incorporate heirlooms or family pieces, homemade items from her children as well as natural elements like sticks, herbs and flowers into your Thanksgiving decor. She also showed us how to blend rustic with modern design using sleek porcelain pieces along with fresh produce and herbs for a DIY centerpiece that’s simple, yet very appealing to the eye. She and her kiddos even cut herbs (they used rosemary and sage) and tied the herbs to the napkin and placed them on the dish. These little details add warmth and compliment each other pulling everything together. She also mentioned she likes to serve family style at her Thanksgiving meal, and having a festive glassware, like metallic is something simple– yet chic and versatile for other holidays/events. Hacienda is famous for entertaining; for more information and to shop online go to HaciendaAustin.com. Hacienda is located in the Second Street District on Colorado.
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