There are so many ways to decorate your home in a tasteful and festive way for fall. Pumpkins, gourds, fall foliage, and pinecones are a handful of popular themes that can serve as inspiration. Adding autumn touches of decor to your home will help you transition into the new season with style.
Get your creativity on and see how these 10 decorating tips and ideas will make you want to jump into a pile of leaves to celebrate autumn!
Craft a Woodland Frame
What you need: picture frame, sheet moss, scissors, glue gun, acorns, pine cones, sticks or any other natural elements you can gather.
Get the complete tutorial at On Sutton Place
Deck the Door
A "Happy Fall" wreath made of wood slices and twigs turns your front door into a beautiful fall entrance.
Get the complete tutorial at Thistlewood Farms
Bring the Outside In
Collect fallen leaves from your backyard and turn them into a beautiful piece of art.
Get the complete tutorial at Just a Girl
Don't Be Afraid of Red
Red comes in all forms on this porch: pillows, barn doors, florals, and a stripe in the throw rug. Together, they create a cozy, rustic aesthetic that stands out in fall, but could also last throughout all the seasons.
Switch Out Pillows
You can quickly transform the feeling of a room by trading out pillows. Opt for plaids and strips with deep hues to add a more autumnal vibe.
Decorate With Corn Husks
Add seasonal curb appeal with these easy DIYs.
For the garland: Cut a Piece of ½ inch jute rope to your desired length (add a few extra inches to get the drapey effect at the top) and attach corn husks and silks with hot-glue gun. (You can also use tamale wrappers.)
For the wreath: Start with a flat-wire 18-inch frame. Hot-glue corn husks (roughly 18) and corncobs (roughly 9) in an alternating pattern. Fray the ends of the corn husks to add more dimension.
Dining Table Display
Place white pumpkins, dried hydrangeas, and fallen leaves on a tray to create a portable centerpiece. When your dining room table isn’t in use, move the tray to a fireplace or entryway table.
Get the complete tutorial at Cherished Bliss
Add a Rocking Chair
A plaid blanket and a basket full of pumpkins? All that's missing from this autumnal scene is a steaming pumpkin spiced latte.
Get the complete tutorial at Stone Gable Blog
Craft an Elegant Table Setting
White dishes, DIY napkin rings, and branches with berries combine to make a fall-themed dinner table.
Get the complete tutorial at The Wood Grain Cottage
Add Foliage to Pumpkins
Hit the road, Jack! Carved pumpkins don't hold a candle to this naturally brilliant idea. Just use ModPodge to découpage a white gourd with pressed leaves. You can harvest the foliage from your own backyard.
Enjoy the fall with these 10 decor tips and ideas. Bring in warmth and enjoy your home before it is bustling with activity for the winter holiday!