Decorating ideas for fall; inside & outside!
Find supplies for fall decorating by foraging your yard! Get out there and collect:
- branches w/ leaves still attached
- gourds and/ pumpkins
- any greenery clippings from bushes to berries
- wheat (if you’re on a farm)
- anything else that you can get creative with
Now, grab a pumpkin latte and get to work!
Please, share photos of your decorated spaces on our Facebook page!
- CountryLiving.com via MyBlessedLife.net: this cute mantel scene was created using thrifted and repurposed items
- GoodHousekeeping.com via AverageInspired.com: paint wood trim blocks and top with corks and some greenery to imitate pumpkins
- GoodHousekeeping.com via HomeStoriesAtoZ.com: paint acorns fun colors and decorate with small rhinestones or glitter
- GoodHousekeeping.com via Whimzeecal.com: paint pinecone tips, light to dark, for an ombre effect
- CountryLiving.com via TheShadyPorch.com: fill an empty coffee can with flowers and glue branches to the outside
- CountryLiving.com via AnitaFarAboveRubies.com: old door + a corbeled shelf = a mantel and look-alike fireplace
- GoodHousekeeping.com via TheMagicOnions.com: make a felted ball/ pom-pom wreath for a fun twist on a traditional wreath
- MidwestLiving.com: put old rake heads to good use; turn them into porch sconces to display tealights/ votives
- MidwestLiving.com: dress up your pumpkin this year with a hat full of succulents!
- CountryLiving.com, photo by Red Cover/ Paul Ryan-Goff: clip some branches full of colorful leaves and place them in a vase with water
- MySnippetsofInspiration.com via TheKitchn.com: utilize a piece of burlap fabric as an inexpensive table runner
- GoodHousekeeping.com, photo by Andrew McCaul: use thrifted cheese graters as tealight/ votive containers
- MySnippetsofInspiration.com via YellowBlissRoad.com: turn canning lids into a chic pumpkin
- MidwestLiving.com: adhere sewing notions to pumpkins-use buttons, ribbon, zippers, beads
- MidwestLiving.com: decorate foam pumpkins and display them on candleholders
Images are sourced by the numbered list above and can also be found on our Pinterest board, ‘Fall/Autumn/Harvest.’