Fall is quickly approaching, so it’s time to get those sunflowers and watermelons off the walls and out of the windows and get your pumpkins and leaves out. But you don’t want your home to look the same as everyone else in the neighborhood, so our friends at Home Lighting Center in Idaho Falls have put together this list of unique Fall décor for your home.
Yes, everyone and their dog decorates with pumpkins in the Fall. But there are some many unique and beautiful possibilities that will leave your guests in awe of your creativity. Try to think outside of the box. Use pumpkins as an accessory to your home’s design. Place small gourds in a vase or use them as candle holders. Or better yet, use a pumpkin as a vase for your Fall flowers. You can use small pumpkins and leaves for accent pieces on your shelves too.
Use words like “thankful” and “harvest” or other fun fall phrases to create some signs to hang up around your home or prints on couch pillows or blankets. The beauty of this type of decoration is that you can make it seamlessly fit in with your home’s design, whether you have a more rustic look, or want to keep it more modern. And this is a great DIY project if you’re feeling crafty. Check out some of these fun projects for how-to’s and tips.
3. Mason Jars
Mason jars are the perfect addition for your rustic home, or even for some cute fall accessories. You can purchase them from a number of Etsy shops or local crafts store, or you can paint them and decorate them yourself to fit in perfectly with your home. If you don’t want to paint them, fill them with leaves or marbles and flowers. You can even put starry lights in them to create some mood lighting for romantic Fall evenings.
It is Fall, so it wouldn’t be totally outrageous to throw some leaves into you Fall décor. You can use fake leaves as confetti for your shelves or to make a wreath for your front door. You could also try this DIY Leaf Bowl to use on your table or counter for potpourri.
Spice up your home with pinecones, even more literally if you enjoy the cinnamon scented ones. You can use pinecones in similarly to the pumpkins and leaves if you put them in vases or as confetti on shelves. Place them in a basket with starry lights, or create a fall themed bouquet the incorporates pinecones. You can use them as accents in your table centerpieces. The possibilities are endless.
Let your creativity run free as you decorate your home this Fall.
September 8, 2017