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4 Favorite Thanksgiving Instagram Snaps

To celebrate Thanksgiving, we asked our Instagram followers to take photos of their decor using the hashtag #pbgiving. You can view all of the lovely photos that were submitted here, and today we’re sharing a few different Thanksgiving decorating moments from the photos that were submitted using the #pbgiving tag. Want to get involved next time? Tag your winter holiday decorating moments with the hashtag #pbholiday. We’re excited to see how you’re decorating your home, and what Pottery Barn products you’re integrating into the mix.

For the Thanksgiving holiday, Instagram user bridgetcarey decorated with a bowl of seasonal pumpkins and pinecones and pillows that stayed on-message. Simple and beautiful!

 

We love the inspired pattern mixing on Instagram user courtieg‘s Thanksgiving table. The whimsical Partridge in a Pear Tree Salt and Pepper Shakers  add  another layer of charm to the table.

 

Mums and pumpkins add seasonal color to the neutral tones in this photo from Instagram user sheatonio. We love her selections of black and white family photographs. Thanksgiving is a wonderful time to remember loved ones who might not be able to make it to your celebration, and reflect on shared memories.

 

 

Another inspired tablescape comes courtesy of Instagram user jtholmes, who snapped this photo of her family’s feast. We love the centerpiece, crystal and charming nametags.

 

Want to share a photo from an upcoming winter holiday celebration? We’d love to see your photos from Hanukkah, Christmas, New Year’s Eve, and other celebrations and holidays. Just tag your Instagram photos with #pbholiday to share photos. You may see your snap in an upcoming post on the blog!

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