Today I’m sharing four tips for easy fall decorating. These are simple ideas using natural elements that will bring the best of the fall season to your home, with minimal effort!
I never like to rush the seasons. I’m one to savor and treasure the moments we’re in. But.… I am a content creator, and if I don’t ‘create’ before you’re looking for inspiration, then I’ve not done my job! So with that in mind, I’m sharing my first post of the fall season. And don’t worry – I won’t be bombarding you with total fall for at least a couple more weeks, haha! 😉
But this way if you’re like me and want to plan, or do some fall decor shopping, or just get inspired, you’ll be well prepared!
Not only is fall my favorite season, but for me, fall is all about incorporating nature. And the best part about incorporating natural elements is that it’s inexpensive, and probably easier than you think.
So today I’m sharing my four favorite ways to decorate for the season.
All natural. All simple. And all easy. 😉
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Use seasonal florals
These antique hydrangeas are one of my favorites flowers! They’re actually fresh, but they evoke the look of the fading and drying hydrangeas you might find in the garden. They combine all my favorite fall shades but in a muted tone, which is probably why I love them so much! And, they’re only available in the fall which makes them even more special.
You can see more of this in my Coppery Fall Colors Kitchen Tour.
And mums! Nothing represents fall quite like mums do! I always have some on the porch mixed with some pumpkins for a pretty outdoor display. From the Autumn’s in the Air Fall Home Tour.
Incorporate Vegetables and Fruits from the Season
Another fall decorating ideas I love is to use fruits and/or vegetables as part of my seasonal decor. And why not? It’s inexpensive, lasts a long time, and you can eat it afterwards! And I love that it’s a natural way of giving a nod to the season without coming on too strong.
More at the Warm & Cozy Fall Kitchen Tour.
Dried artichokes in a vintage bowl are part of the Warm & Cozy Fall Home Tour.
This fall table setting with figs is one of my absolute favorites! Using figs and fresh eucalyptus I came up with a table that was unique and also represented the bounty of the season. This can be found in the Thanksgiving Table with Eucalyptus and Figs.
Use Branches and Leaves as Decor
Fresh eucalyptus and leaves foraged in the yard create a beautiful (but easy) mix with pumpkins on the dining room table. And this could easily stay out all season long! (And would make a great fall tablescape, too!)
See more at the Warm Fall Colors Home Tour.
Eucalyptus in a clear glass vase, simple yet elegant. And I can’t think of an easier way to do a fall vignette! From Subtle Fall Decor in the Family Room Tour.
Use White or Pale Pumpkins
I love fall, but I must admit I’m not a huge fan of the typical bright oranges and deep rusts.
I like a more subtle palette, and white (or pale) pumpkins are the perfect way to incorporate my love of neutral and natural fall decor! From Colors of Fall Living Room Tour.
Hopefully these tips have given you ideas for your own easy fall decorating. By using foraged elements, items from nature, and seasonal flowers you can decorate for fall simply and beautifully!
And if you’re looking to add a few new fall decor pieces, I’m sharing some of my favorites below!
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