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Festive Fall Decorating Ideas

news | September 08, 2019

It’s fall, y’all! Time for apples, hayrides, corn mazes and everything pumpkin. It’s also a great time to swap out your summer home décor for all things warm, cozy and beautiful. Not sure how to get started? We’ve got some great ideas that would also look great in your new home in Miramesa.

Make an Entrance

Welcome friends, family and the occasional UPS guy with gorgeous fall porch décor. Country Living has put together a slideshow full of great decorating ideas, utilizing everything from the ubiquitous pumpkin to corn husks, DIY signposts and festive wreaths.

Pick Plaid

When it comes to textiles like napkins, table runners and even blankets, you could go with traditional fall colors like red, orange and brown or you could spice things up a bit and go mad for plaid. Not sure how to incorporate fall’s favorite fabric? HGTV put together a helpful tutorial.

Festive Fall Flower Arranging

Thanksgiving is only two months away so if you want to up your centerpiece game, try your hand at making festive fall flower arrangements. To help, House Beautiful has created a handy guide to utilizing pumpkins, Chrysanthemums, fruits and more to beautify your home.

Pumpkins, Gourds and More

Taking the kids to the pumpkin patch is a fall tradition but what do you do with the pumpkins when you get them home? They can’t all be jack-o-lanterns. With some paint, pretty fabric and imagination, you can turn those extra pumpkins into “gourd-geous” home décor.

Get the Kids Involved

The holidays are about to descend and that means kids have ample opportunity to get in on your decorating game. Display their fall and holiday-themed artwork on the refrigerator, then spend the weekends crafting kid-friendly decorating items like these leaf silhouettes or glow stick broomsticks.

Create Cozy Rooms

Fall is a great time to gather by the fireplace wrapped in cozy blankets. Create this cozy feeling throughout the house by strategically placing colorful throws on chairs, plaid blankets on beds and fall-scented candles on tables.