The latest fall home decor trends for 2020
Can you feel that? It’s the hint of a cool breeze and crisp air which means colder weather, here we come! It’s time to welcome fall in all its glory with open arms—and guess what? You don’t even have to leave your house to do so.
With our very best fall decorating ideas, you can create the cozy indoors of your dreams and make your home look and feel as snug and homey as possible. Simple additions like festive wreaths, dining room decor, and plaid pillows and blankets make a huge difference.
The owners of this renovated New Hampshire farmhouse added autumn flair to their dining room table (for free!) by foraging for leaves and branches and then styling them in a simple vase.
There are a lot of projects involving fall leaves and candles. Unless you don’t plan on using the candle, think twice before wrapping white pillar candles with dried leaves. This could turn into a major fire hazard!
Decoupage leaves to some pumpkins
Of the endless no-carve pumpkin ideas, this is one of the easiest to do, even if you have no artistic talent. Start gathering some leaves that catch your interest. You’ll notice a lot of the leaves used here are botanical and more spring-like than your standard autumn maple leaf and that’s okay.
If you’re a fan of crafts, we’ve great news for you! It’s an easy way to add a natural and warm touch to your home décor! This tall woven wall basket holds an arrangement of wheat stalks and small orange flowers. Wheat stalks symbolize the bounty of the harvest. The orange flowers echo the colors of pumpkins. Across the window hangs a garland of natural pine cones. This arrangement proves that simple doesn’t have to be boring.
Throughout this fall look, so many textures come to life and make the space a cozy place to enjoy a hearty meal with family and friends. What a cute way to hold down your fabric napkin with a touch of the season in this tiny white pumpkin. Grab your closest friends and host an intimate meal with some seasonal favorites like chili with some apple cider or a warm apple crisp.
Tie colored string around dried wheat bundles and place them inside glass cloches for an elevated centerpiece. Then once winter hits, you can replace the wheat with pine needles, red berries, or pine cones.
Flea market treasures work well as decor all year long, but there’s something about those well-loved finishes that lend themself to fall. Hang a large, salvaged sign on the wall, pair it with a seasonal wreath, and push the look even further with a few found architectural pieces. A few vibrant gourds under an antique cloche complete the vignette.
Utilize Scraps of Fabric
To showcase your fall wall decor, purchase embroidery hoops in varying sizes and use them to frame patterned fabric in autumnal hues. Add mini hoops or buttons to create a dimensional gallery wall.
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