My favorite season is here. The warm colors of Fall satisfies my taste. Does it yours? I love getting out all my fall decor and placing it all around my house. Today, I’m sharing these 5 simple ways to Fall decorating.
I always toss between Fall and Spring being my favorite season. It seems when either one is near, then that’s my favorite. Ugh. I can’t make up my mind! However, I LOVE the colors of Fall and brisk days ahead…so since it’s September – Fall is my favorite season of all. HA!
5 Simple Ways to Fall Decorating
Setting the scene for the fall season calls for warm colors and pumpkins! I try to add fall decor to every space I can find. I mostly reuse what I already have, but here lately I have been buying new fall decor.
To get the look above, I used a clear glass vase, real beans (layered) I had in the cupboard, a candle, a leaf placemat I picked up last year for .99 cents at Kohl’s, and a fall wreath that I’ve had for years. I added a few other things around my centerpiece that I had from last year, the pears inside the box I bought at one of my favorite stores just this week, and a teapot Brody made me last year for Mother’s Day. It has the perfect fall colors in it.
SIDE TABLE DECOR
Below is my side table between where I sit and where my husband sits. I always like to decorate here for every season. I pull out my Sept/Oct magazines (old and new) and just group them with something fall-ish on top. Gourds make great decor for fall and can be used until the end of November. I placed a photo book of our family pictures from last year here b/c it has pumpkins on the front – I planned that just right, didn’t I? I also got out a pincushion that my niece gave me for Christmas one year, and my favorite (which I’ve had for years) is an old pot with rose hips, short cinnamon sticks, and mini ornamental pumpkins that surrounds a candle. Sometimes I drop cinnamon oil on it to bring out a fresh fall smell.
MISC FALL DECOR ON OLD BLACK CHEST
Here’s an old chest I found at an antique store a couple of years back. I’ve used it for a coffee table in the past, but today it’s against a wall showing off some fall decor and a few older pics of us. I picked up those cute matching pumpkins at a store in Vernon, TX last year when we were heading to New Mexico. I’ve not seen these exact ones anywhere else, but I have seen other colors.
This was fun to make, although it was more money than I wanted to spend. I started out thinking it wouldn’t cost much, but as I wrapped the garlands around the wire, I realized I would need more. Here’s what I used. A tomato wire cage – I pulled it out of the ground in my garden, washed it off a bit and boom! 9.5′ Work garland I found at Hobby Lobby – their fall stuff is on sale (or was). I ended up using about 8 or 9 garlands. I used one string of lights (21 ft) and tucked it all inside. For the top, I used three fall stems that I already had. I plan to put this outside on my front porch. I think it will look better there.
>>>>INSERT>>>> – A must-see. I turned this fall tree into a Halloween tree – so much cuter than the picture below – come take a look >>>>> My DIY Sparkly Halloween Tree
PUMPKINS for Fall Decorating
These pumpkins were from 2 years ago, and I love them. These are not your usual type pumpkins. I believe the top one is called Cinderella Pumpkin. The other two also have specific names that I do not recall right now. I got them at Central Market, and they were quite pricey. They are perfect in my front flower bed so I think I’ll decorate them again if I can find them this year. Too early right now to buy pumpkins here in Texas as they would not last until Thanksgiving b/c of the heat.
I hope you enjoyed these 5 Simple Ways to Fall Decorating. I’d love to hear about how you decorate for fall, and what you like most about fall or Autumn as some call it.
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