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Count Our Blessings Pillow. Whether they're green, orange, or white, round, curvy, or both, gourds can add fall color and diversity to your room.
Try placing them in a basket, bowl, or even a serving platter to add an autumnal touch to any space. Bring together an array of autumn colors with a mix-and-match arrangement of flowers. Mums are a common fall flower that vary in appearance and can create stunning arrangements. For an arrangement with big impact, position flowers in tall, cylindrical vases and place the vases together.
Wrap the grouping with wide ribbon, and use adhesive squares to hold the ribbon in place. Creating a stunning seasonal centerpiece doesn't have to cost an arm and a leg. For an inexpensive and easy fall arrangement, collect fallen branches and place them in a vessel you already own. The arrangement will have the same wow-worthy effect, but you won't have to worry about trailing bugs or dirt into your home, and you can use the faux finds for years to come.
Creatively repurpose serving trays to display a collection of gourds or small pumpkins. Large, primitive-style pottery can hold an arrangement of leafy branches or late-blooming flowers. This table was placed in the center of this spacious entryway, but you can also re-create the display on a side table if your home has limited space.
Add seasonal style and functionality to your living spaces by draping cozy blankets across the backs of chairs. For a seamless look, search for blankets in colors and patterns that will complement your existing decor. Rather than investing in all-new fall dishware, pair what you already have with a complementing fall centerpiece. Orange leaves complement the blue dishes on this pretty tablescape. You can also pair dishware you already own with festive napkins and table linens to create an easy table display.
Here, a bundle of collected grasses was placed in a small metal bucket to create a casual side table display. The grasses were left unarranged to create a rustic, just-gathered look. If you have neutral bed linens in need of a seasonal lift, switch out sheets or sham covers for ones in fall-inspired hues. These bold red sheets and shams pop against a gray bed frame and bedspread. Spruce up a neutral table display to prepare for seasonal entertaining. Take a trip to your local fabric store, and select a seasonal pattern in the colors of your choice.
Make sure you purchase enough to run the length of your table, and hem the edges using a sewing machine or hem tape. Create a laid-back table arrangement using fallen leaves and painted gourds. With their irregular shapes and imperfect surfaces, gourds and leaves lend natural texture and visual appeal to this casual dining space.
A tall vase holding a single tree branch adds height and dimension to this display. Spruce up your home for fall by adding seasonal decorating touches in every room. Use these easy ideas to fill your home with autumnal textures and colors.
Bring fall decor outdoors with a pretty wreath. See how to make one using nautral elements. Share the gallery Pinterest Facebook. Shop thrift stores and garage sales for assorted small frames then fill them with fall sentiments, black-and-white photos and pressed leaves. Design by Layla Palmer.
An inexpensive wreath form, moss and our free printable templates are all you need to create this rustic fall wreath. Scandinavian decor, which predominantly features the color white in both furniture and accessories, continues to be a trendy look worth trying. White pumpkins and mums are a natural; pair them with a thrifted chair painted bright white for a crisp, clean grouping for your indoor or outdoor space. For most of us, fall is the last hoorah before winter's blustery weather truly sets in; enjoy a walk in the crisp air to gather clippings of flowering plants and colorful foliage.
Fill small vases with your finds and place them throughout the house. If you're expecting overnight visitors, don't forget the guest room. Theater-style marquee letters are trending read: Get crafting with our step-by-step instructions. Menswear fabrics, like this tone-on-tone houndstooth, are hot for fall. Reupholstering your antique dining chairs to keep pace with trends may sound a little extreme but you can always bring in touches of fashionable fabrics with toss pillows or slipcovers.
A few of our easy-to-create fall leaf streamers are all you need to decorate your Thanksgiving table. Best of all, skipping the centerpiece means there's nothing at eye level to block your view of the other guests.
Get crafting to make your own. The rustic lodge look is a perfect fit fot fall. Blending rustic textures with sophisticated finishes, it's the best of both worlds and can be as formal or informal as you like. This cottage at celebrity hideaway Blackberry Farm perfectly exemplifies the style with a custom-painted wall treatment that resembles sun-bleached pine and luxurious fabrics throughout. For many of us, autumn means both the beginning of wintry weather and a rotating door of holiday guests.
Protect your foyer's floors from muddy or snowy boots with an easy-to-clean area rug. Position an umbrella stand near the door so guests know where to stash wet rain gear as soon as they come in.
Design by Sarah Richardson Get more tips for hosting holiday guests. Variegated croton in saturated shades of green, gold and red surrounded by vibrant mums and pumpkins give HGTV fan gdiveris' front entry a colorful fall pick-me-up.
Both plants are perennials and can either be brought indoors to weather the winter or, if you live in a warm climate, planted to add color to your landscape. Welcome guests to holiday gatherings with a beautifully decorated entry table. HGTV fan Patrick created this autumnal display by placing golden gingko and bittersweet branches in a large sculptural vase.
Pears piled in a rustic stoneware bowl, a ready bottle of wine and low dish of nuts are all reminders of the harvest. Weather permitting, move Thanksgiving dinner outdoors. A backdrop of fall-colored leaves and crisp air will provide the perfect setting for the feast.
Image courtesy of Stanley Furniture. With just a few supplies from the hardware and craft stores, you can upcycle an unused frame into an elegant chalkboard to display wherever holiday guests gather.
Use your finished chalkboard to display a Thanksgiving or holiday dinner menu or just to jot down notes to family. Air-dry clay and paint are all you need to make a rustic tray that's perfect for corraling candles and fall accents or as part of your Thanksgiving table setting. It's an easy and inexpensive craft project for adults and kids alike. If you're handy with a sewing machine, "new" dining chairs could be yours with just the cost of a few yards of natural linen.
A flirty skirt adds a stylish finishing touch. This project is a great way to unify mismatched chairs or give dated chairs a quick update. Container gardening is a great way to add interest to all areas of your landscape any time of the year but is especially beautiful in fall when Mother Nature puts on her last hurrah.
Pairing a hardy perennial, like this ornamental grass, with a show-stopping annual like calibrachoa is a sure recipe for container gardening success. Thanksgiving means gathering with your nearest and dearest to enjoy time together lingering over a well-set table. Ready your dining room for fall festivities by polishing the silver and breaking out the good china and crystal.
Turn an underused porch or patio into a welcoming spot to kick back and enjoy the outdoors. Add a weather-resistant rug for comfort underfoot and to visually define the living area. Plants bring any indoor or outdoor space to life so mix in a few containers planted with a mix of hardy perennials and annuals for a splash of color. Turn trendy upholstery webbing into an oversized table runner than can be rolled up, stored away and used to add an organic touch to your Thanksgiving table year after year.
Fill lanterns or tall glass hurricanes with pillar candles surrounded by coffee beans, acorns or candy corn to easily create a charming display for your entryway or front porch. Be sure to keep an eye on the burning candles to ensure the wick doesn't burn below the level of the filler.
A tall vase filled with scarlet maple branches creates a show-stopping fall arrangement in this Manhattan living room. Hints of burnished gold in the leather occasional chair, lamp and pillow warm up this cozy corner. In the living room or den, fill a deep woven basket with plush pillows and cozy throws so guests can grab one if an achy back or chill strikes. Get crafty to give your living room's focal point a fresh update.
For the colorful centerpiece, they simply glued card stock leaves to free! Shake up your front door with a square wreath featuring colorful ears of Indian corn. Head to your local craft store for materials then assemble this harvest-themed outdoor decoration in just a few hours. Although the tiny orange shapes covering this wreath look like diminutive pumpkins, they're actually putka pods.
A great stand-in for mini pumpkins, the dried organic seed pods don't deteriorate, so your wreath can be displayed year after year.
This fall, bring the beautiful sights of the season into your home with fall decorations from Kirkland's. With everything from pumpkins and leaves to unforgettable fall colors, we have all the fall decor you could ever need, all in one place. Decorate your home this fall with festive decor from JOANN. Find outdoor fall porch decor, fall room decor and other great home decor for fall. Fall in love with harvest decor from Kirkland's! You'll love the way our decorations add the beauty of autumn to your home just in time for the fall.