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These 5 Trending Looks Will Make Your Dining Room So Instagrammable This Thanksgiving

OK, we know Thanksgiving seems like a real bummer this year. With many state and national authorities discouraging travel and gatherings due to COVID-19, it’s yet another holiday in a long sequence of holidays we’ve been forced to “celebrate” in quarantine.

But even though you aren’t doing a 20-person spread (right??), that doesn’t mean you should give up on Thanksgiving altogether. In fact, isn’t half the fun of this holiday taking photos of the beautiful presentation of food on your dining table and posting them for all to admire?

That’s why this week—in our regular series of trending decor on Instagram—we decided to focus on the dining room for some design inspiration.

So don’t let the size of your celebration get you down this year. These popular looks are sure to make your dining room Instagram-worthy, no matter who’s sitting around the table.

1. Organic-inspired chandeliers

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Seth Rogen Selling His Spanish-Style Hollywood Bungalow for $2,125,000

The actor Seth Rogen has listed his longtime Hollywood home for $2,125,000. The home landed on the market early last month, and is currently in pending sale status.

Rogen purchased the charming Spanish-style bungalow back in 2006, for $1.65 million.

Behind a gate, this hidden oasis is described as a “magical Zen retreat” in the listing details, with four bedrooms and three bathrooms on 2,853 square feet.

It’s a classic Southern California living space that features a seamless flow between indoor and outdoor living, with ponds and seating areas perfectly situated for entertaining family and guests.

Built nearly a century ago, in 1923, the charming residence has dark hardwood floors throughout. The open living and dining area includes a cozy fireplace and French doors that lead to the quaint outdoor space.

On the second level, the spacious master suite spans the entire floor. It features vaulted ceilings, a fireplace, walk-in

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