Fall is by far my favorite time to decorate. Our weather is beautiful here and there is just something about fall decor that I love. Let’s take a look at some Simple Ways to Add Fall to your Home.
BUY OR MAKE A PRETTY WREATH
I made this wreath. You read how I did it here.
I made this simple grapevine wreath a few years ago for our lake house. It is easy to craft using a simple grapevine wreath.
What’s prettier than a simple Magnolia Wreath? The beauty is you can change out the ribbon and or add a few florals and use it at Christmas as well. You can see how I used magnolia in my Christmas Tour here.
I prefer natural or “natural-looking” wreaths. Here are some of my favorites this year.
CHANGE OUT YOUR THROWS
I have my eye on this throw from Bloomist but here are some less expensive favorites. H&M has some beautiful options that are at a great price point.
ADD PUMPKINS-real or faux
This was an arrangement on my dining room table last year or the year before? I just filled a big box made from old fenceposts (by my friend Steve). You can find a similar box here.
I filled a driftwood bowl with Cinderella pumpkins Spanish moss, and pomegranates one year at our former lake home. You can find a similar driftwood bowl at Home Depot here.
BRING NATURE IN
There is nothing prettier than branches with fall leaves. All by themselves, they are gorgeous!
This fall arrangement was created from foraged florals and fruits from my former yard. You can read about how I created it here.
Here I brought in dead branches and hung some pretty ornaments from Artful Home. You can read about how I did it in this post Creative Ways to Decorate with Christmas Ornaments all Year Long.
More pretty fall leaves with the addition of hydrangea, a favorite combo of mine.
There’s nothing better than a Simple Bouquet of Sunflowers.
BUY A PRETTY NEW VESSEL FOR YOUR FLOWERS
The most important element in a pretty floral arrangement is the vessel itself. There are some great vessels available this year. I bought one like this one from Bloomist for my outside garden when I was in Santa Barbara. It is a little pricey but I love it!
Here are some of my favorite vessels that I have spotted this year.
CHANGE OUT YOUR PILLOW COVERS
I admit it I am a bit of a “pillowaholic”. I have quite a stash of pillow covers that I can change out or add some new. I must admit I always manage to buy a few each season (an addiction I know). On Sunday my favorites will be all about where to find great sources for pillows and how to arrange them
I hope you enjoyed Simple Ways to Add Fall to your Home. How do you decorate for fall? I would love to hear what you will be doing this year.