Fall is already here. Mornings call for sweaters, leaves are beginning to turn, and Pumpkin Spice is everywhere. Adding autumn touches of decor to your home will help you transition into the new season, bringing excitement of the holidays that follow.
Autumn or fall is the best time of the year to incorporate earth tone colors into your home decorations. From the exterior to the interior of your home, fall decor colors can be rich and robust or subtle and subdued.
You don’t have to break the bank decorating for fall since you can find wonderful DIY ideas and tutorials on the internet. And you don’t have to overdo it – subtle and simple décor, a pumpkin or branch here and there is all that it takes to make your home cozy and festive.
Decorating your front porch is beautiful way to celebrate the fall. Corn stalks, dried branches and leaves, pumpkins and fall flowers can be used to make pretty arrangements. Simple grapevine wreaths are gorgeous on their own, but if you prefer more adornment consider adding pine cones, leaves, berries and corn husks to your wreath.
Wall artwork can change the mood in your home instantly. Consider nature themes with fall colors in oranges, rusts, and golden yellows. Fireplace mantel is the best place for fall displays! Dried leaves and pine cones make great décor. Small pumpkins, gourds or dried leaf vines, and colorful candles will brighten your mantle and spirits.
Pumpkins are all the rage now. White, metallic, decoupaged, painted, carved, not carved, glitter pumpkins, pumpkin and flower arrangements… they add stylish, creative and fun touches to fall decorating.
Dining room table centerpieces and settings, especially for holidays like Halloween and Thanksgiving, can display autumn in all its glory. Choose colors that reflect your home decor and the season. Consider using red and yellow apples for an informal organic and edible centerpiece. The centerpiece doesn’t have to be stagnant, add or detract from it throughout the season for added visual interest.
Fall decor can be visual but it also involve your other senses like smell. Pumpkin pies, cinnamon apple cider, a pot of spices – cinnamon sticks, cloves, nutmeg and first burning of your fireplace are all welcome aromas to make your home feel full of fall inspiration.
Enjoy looking at and be inspired by our chic and easy fall decorating ideas below.