There’s nothing we love more than celebrating the arrival of fall with sweaters, hot coffee, pumpkin everything, and of course, fall decorations. We love coming home to a house highlighting the beautiful golden and maroon hues of fall and the rustic feel of a cool autumn day. There are so many creative ways to showcase the season and below we’re sharing some of favorite fall decorating ideas.
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Corn stalks are an elegant addition to any home entrance! We love them paired with a bold pot or with a seasonal pop of color like this fall garland above. Plus, their height is a great way to provide a grandiose feel.
Flowers in Pumpkin Pots
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Iheartnaptime has a great DIY for pumpkin flower pots using faux pumpkins, however you can carve out a real pumpkin as well. We think having several pumpkin pots lining the stairs to a home entrance would provide a great fall look, but we also love them paired with an urn, as shown above.
White Pumpkins and Light Color Palettes
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We can’t get enough of the simple yet modern look that white pumpkins and cool tones provide. Pair with wood pallets or simple plants and you have a clean and stylish spread.
…Or White Pumpkins and A Contrasting Tone
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Another great pairing for white pumpkins is a contrasting tone or tones. We love the regal feel Centsational Girl created with the purple hues above. White pumpkins would also pair well with some deep red flowers and plants. You could even do a black and red theme for a modern Halloween or gothic inspired look.
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This wreath is easy enough to DIY and provides a fun shabby chic look. We love the monogram added here, but this wreath could also fit the season with faux fall leaves or flowers. This wreath could also be dressed up for the winter holidays with Christmas tree bulbs, pine, or faux poinsettias.
What are your favorite ways to decorate for fall? Is there one decorating essential you can’t live without? Share with us below or on Facebook! And be sure to tag us in any fall inspired decor on Instagram!