Is the feather the new owl? The decorating motif of the season? We're starting to think so (and not just because today is Thanksgiving).
Above: A mantel setting via Design Love Fest.
Above: Domino contributing editor Nathan Turner devised a floral-free Thanksgiving table setting using pheasant feathers.
Above: For a Christmas Eve dinner, stylist Kara Rosenlund sets the table with feathers.
Above: Feathers in Kara Rosenlund's kitchen.
Above: Black and gold and copper via Plaza Interior.
Above: A DIY feather lampshade via Annaleena's Hem.
Above: Jennifer Hagler of A Merry Mishap affixed feathers to the wall with washi tape to create instant bedroom art.
Above: The workspace of Brzesko, Poland-based photographer Laura Makabresku.
Above: Laura Silverman collects feathers on her walks in the woods and repurposes them as decor throughout her house (see At Home in Sullivan County, Turkey Feathers Included).
Above: A feather wall via Imogene and Willie.
Above: Laura Silverman bedroom displays.
Above: Strung on a deer buckskin lace, the Feather Garland from the Wonderful Collective features 24 feathers and measures 61 inches long; $45.
Above: An array of subtly colored feathers, via Sibella Court.
Above: At a Marin County wedding celebration, paper feather garlands flutter in the Headlands reception hall; via Green Wedding Shoes. For something similar, consider the Paper Feather Garland by Tucker Reece on Etsy ($16 for 18 feathers on three yards of twine).