Autumn decor ideas

55 Best Fall Decor Ideas 2022

David A. Land

Fill your home with warm hues, plush textures and natural materials to celebrate the changing season. With summer coming to an end, it’s time to transition your home decor, both inside and outside. Lucky for you, we’ve rounded up the best fall decor ideas that are easy and cheap — so, you won’t have to worry about blowing your budget on all new decorations.

We've got inspiration for every room. You'll find festive DIYs fit for the kitchen, bedroom and living room, as well as a number of outdoor fall decor ideas like inspiration for a cozy front porch and elegant outdoor tablescapes fit for an autumn dinner party.

If you’re looking to get creative, we've included a number of fall crafts for adults and fall crafts for kids that make use of materials you can find in your backyard, like a sweet fall wreath made from Sweetgum balls, wall decor made from pressed leaves and vases full of acorns. You'll be surprised to find out how easy it is to make your own chic fall centerpiece, spooktacular Halloween wreath or a homemade garland that'll instantly elevate your mantel to autumn mode.

If you're not a crafting expert, don't worry: We promise that these decorating ideas are simple. Say hello to pumpkins, gourds, fall foliage and colorful fall flowers, and start building your dream fall house!

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Dried Flower Wreath

Dried flowers are having a huge moment right now. To create this stunning wreath, nestle dried branches, flowers and grass into the wreath form and be sure they are secure by weaving them into the wreath base. Start with larger items and add smaller, thinner items on top. Then, wire the dried fruit on last with floral wire by threading through the holes and wrapping it around the wreath form (you may need hot glue if the dried fruit you are using has no holes).


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Retro Carved Pumpkin

Your Halloween pumpkins can last way into the fall season when they are painted in a neutral hue and feature carvings that are more sophisticated, such as these diamond shapes.

Bless'er House

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Press Leaf Gallery Wall

It's surprisingly simple to create your own pressed leaf art. Once you gather the prettiest leaves from your backyard, you can press them between the pages of a large book or between layers of wax paper with heavy books on top. A few days later, you can put them in rustic picture frames to recreate this gallery wall.

Get the tutorial from Bless'er House »


Domestically Blissful

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Wood Beam Pumpkin

Neutral and chic yet festive, this wood bead pumpkin is super easy to make. For materials, you'll only need wired twine, wooden beads and lambs ear leaves. The finished product will look adorable on your bookshelf, coffee table or kitchen island.

Get the tutorial from Domestically Blissful »


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Wooden Wreath

You'll only need a few supplies to recreate this DIY wooden wreath by Alice & Loise. Paint thinly sliced wood craft pieces in fall hues, like shades of red, orange and yellow. Then, layer the different pieces to form a wreath shape.

Get the tutorial from Alice & Lois »


Mike Garten

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Warm Outdoor Setup

Create a beautiful outdoor tablescape with terracotta planters full of fall flowers, lanterns and festive dishware. Add texture by layering in an outdoor rug and faux fur, plaid and colorful throw blankets.


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Colorful Dried Flowers

Here's an easy way to a pop of color to your interior — and, you won't have to worry about the flowers dying. All you need is dried florals, Tulip fabric dye and spray paint!

Get the tutorial from Oh Yay Studio here »

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Refresh Your Throw Pillows

Throw pillows are an easy way to transform your space, whether it's in the bedroom or living room. Opt for shades of orange, red and yellow to match the fall foliage outside.


Michael Partenio

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Decorate Your Mantel

Pumpkins, gourds and faux leaves are the obvious choice for fall mantel decor. If you're looking to get creative, drape festive cloth napkins over the edge for added texture.


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Forged Fall Wreath

If your backyard is covered in these spiky clusters from Sweetgum trees, this is an awesome DIY for you. Hand the kids a bucket and get them in the backyard to forge. Grab a few grapevine wreathes at the store and break out the hot glue gun.

Get the tutorial from Inspired by Charm »

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Grapevine Wreath Napkin Rings

Need a no-fuss way to elevate your fall dinner table? Go for grapevine wreath napkin rings, which are pretty enough to use well into the holiday season.


Domestically Blissful

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Pumpkin Spice Salt Dough Garland

String together pumpkins cookies, leaves and acorns to build this cute dough garland. The salt dough recipe doesn't make edible cookies, but it will leave your house smelling delicious.

Get the tutorial from Domestically Blissful »


Inspired by Charm

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Sunflower Centerpiece

To celebrate the changing season, incorporate shades of yellow and orange throughout your home. Grab a wicker tray and fill it with pumpkins, gourds and a beautiful bouquet of sunflowers.

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James Baigrie

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Painted Pumpkin Vase

Along with using your pumpkin as a vase, take it a step further and paint the outside in a fun pattern. A combo of moon and stars is always a good idea in our book.

Brian Woodcock

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Floral Painted Pumpkin

Boost any tabletop's visual appeal by transforming your pumpkin with a blue and white floral design.

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Dried Corn Wreath

To make your front door more fall-appropriate in an instant, create a wreath out of dried decorative corn. Be sure to alternate colors for an eye-catching arrangement.


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Acorn Vase Filler

Upgrade your fall flowers by filling a vase with gold decorative acorns. Add a simple strip of orange ribbon around the vase's rim to finish the look.

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Hometown Pumpkin

Show off your hometown pride with this fall porch decor idea. Begin by printing a decal of your state's shape. After you apply it to your pumpkin, cover it in two coats of acrylic paint. (Keep in mind that it takes about 30 minutes for each coat to dry.) Finally, remove the decal once your pumpkin is dry.


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Rainbow Pumpkin Display

Don't stress if you don't know what to do with all of those extra pumpkins. Paint your stash in different colors for a playful staircase display.

Get the tutorial at The House That Lars Built »

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Leaf Wreath

Bring more attention to your outdoor light fixtures by surrounding them in an unexpected medley of leaves and dried fruits.


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Stacked Pumpkins

Brighten up your front porch with fall's best decor staple — pumpkins. Arrange stacks of pumpkins on either side of your door for an eye-catching look. Just don't forget to throw in a few carved beauties.

RELATED: Fun Pumpkin Carving Ideas to Put Your Creativity to the Test

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Chestnut Garland

Get your mantel ready for the season with wooden bead garland dressed in decorative chestnuts.

Mike Garten

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Lean on Fall Florals

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Make the Outdoors Cozier

Just because the temperatures have taken a nosedive doesn't mean you can't enjoy the fresh autumn air. Just add string lights, plush blankets, fuzzy throw pillows, and lanterns to cozy up your space.

Brian Woodcock

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DIY a Wheat Centerpiece

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.


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Display Mini Pumpkins

Combine acorn string lights with mini pumpkins in a shallow rustic dish for an instant (and seriously easy) centerpiece.


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Hang Seasonal Plants

Shift your back porch from summer to fall by hanging orange-tinged foliage that offers up autumn vibes. Don't forget the string lights!

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Dress a Table in Plaid

Bust out all the plaid you can find — the more fabrics and tones, the better — for a well-dressed table. To mimic this eye-catching look, layer a trio of plaid table runners for a dose of color and stripes.


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Display a Pumpkin Centerpiece

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Cast a Glow With Dip Dye Candles

Trade plain taper candles for these dip dye creations. Customize yours by dipping candles into a mixture of crayon shavings (any color will do!) and melted candle wax. Just let them dry completely before lighting.

Fall decor ideas – 12 ways to embrace the season |

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With fall in full swing, you might be happy that your fall decor, indoors and out, couldn't be better. But there is always more that you can do. While it can be tempting to consider ostentatious fall decor – plenty of pumpkins and various shades of orange – more curated fall decorating ideas will take your space from kitsch to cozy in moments. 

Whether you choose home ideas with a warm color scheme, standout centerpiece or layers of texture and pattern, fall decorating is all about creating an inviting retreat for you and your family. And even though many fall decor ideas can be applied to other times of year, there is something remarkable about cozy additions that counteract the crisp, cold weather outside.  

Fall decor ideas

Whether you're looking for outdoor fall decor ideas or design tips for indoors, you can't help but be influenced by our favorite fall decor ideas.

1. Think fall curb appeal first

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Your fall wreath ideas need to be given pride of place, which is why they are simply the best for fall front door decor, though we love to see them used above the mantel in a living space or as a table centerpiece in a dining room or kitchen. 

Fall color schemes obviously favor natural shades you would see in nature, so why not create cohesion between your fall porch decor and your yard by making a fall wreath from foliage picked from the yard? 

For an eye-catching front door wreath, group the same type of foliage together to create clear sections. Mix dried foliage, grasses or flowers, with sections of fresh greenery like eucalyptus and fresh herbs such as thyme, sage or rosemary. 

Restrict your colors to red, brown and faded greens for a true fall feel, but if bright hues are more to your taste, dried foliage comes in a whole host of bright shades which are perfect for a color-filled version.  

2. Warm up living rooms for fall

Lamp Porta Romana. Rug, Roger Oates. Floor Tiles Mandarin Stone.

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Fall decor doesn't need to be a seasonal touch: you can use favorite fall paint colors to warm up cool rooms quickly and easily. Terracotta decor and brown living room ideas are wonderful for fall. This season sees a return to simple, restrained palettes – and being close to nature has moved from greens of the forest to a soft, neutral palette of fossil tones, raw materials and natural elements, such as stone, textures of cotton and linen with soft earthy browns, warm terracotta and clay putty tones as a contrast. 

The nuances of brown and terracotta are often underplayed but one look at this living room fall decor shows how complex and interesting the often overlooked shades can be. Deeper than ochre and earthier than gold, this rich yet understated tone strikes a refined note in the living room. 

Ceiling and trim, Kasbah 352; wall in Jaipur Pink 416, Paint & Paper Library .

3. Indulge in fall crafts

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There's no better time than when the weather is cooler and wetter to indulge in fall craft ideas. While halloween decor ideas will take precedence, with pumpkin carving ideas easily the most popular way to decorate, we love no-carve pumpkin ideas, too, which will allow you to display your pumpkin for the holiday then, just before it starts to soften, repurpose it for the pot. 

Picked from the vegetable patch or found in farm shops aplenty, pumpkins, gourds and squashes are a great starting point for creating a seasonal display in the entryway and beyond.

Often associated with Thanksgiving decorating and Halloween celebrations, the humble pumpkin is not just a kitchen staple at this time of year, it is also ideal to display in the home, especially on entrance. Pile them up on a console, sideboard or lone chair for an authentic fall welcome.

4. Max out fall table decor for an occasion

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A celebration at this time of year is the perfect excuse to indulge in fall table decor ideas.  

'I love to use colors that really represent nature at this time of year – terracotta to represent the best trees for fall color and bright blue to represent the crisp, sunny morning sky we often have. It's a fabulous contrast,' says Lucy Searle, Editor in Chief, Homes & Gardens. 'This table setting by designer Birdie Fortescue  is a perfect example.'

5. Warm up hard floors with layering on floors

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If you can only add one item to your fall decor ideas, an area room rug is an excellent choice. 

One of the easiest ways to add color, warmth and texture to your room this fall is to introduce a versatile – and easily changeable – rug. More flexible than a carpet or other form of fixed floorcovering, rugs and runners offer a fantastic way to soften a hard stone, tiled or timber floor, and can also be layered onto soft floors to provide extra interest or to define zones.  

And, when it comes to style, it can add a whole layer of personality to any room, even in the kitchen.

‘Think of your kitchen rug as a piece of art for your floor,' says Linny Moss, creative director of Knots Rugs . 'More people are being adventurous with their rug choices and seeing them as investment pieces that will match beautifully with your existing interiors.'

6. Dress your Thanksgiving table to perfection

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Fall decor stretch right up to and beyond Thanksgiving, when we start to think about Christmas instead. If you're hosting the Thanksgiving feast this year, you likely have a lot on your to-do list, and between carving the turkey and baking the pumpkin (or pecan) pie, setting the table should be high on your priority list. 

If you are a traditionalist at heart, choose a selection of simple yet timeless Thanksgiving table decorations that you can use every year. A selection of glassware, foliage and candles should be enough to satisfy most of us. 

However, Thanksgiving often calls for plenty of seasonal color – think burnt orange, mustard yellows and a warming taupe palette. If you really want to stay true to tradition, a pinecone fall table centerpiece is a must – and why not throw in a gourd or two.

7. Decorate a fall mantel to impress

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While we're big fan of fall trends, the very best fall decor ideas are inspired by nature. Look to the best plants for fall color and fall flowers for ideas for your fall mantel ideas and wreaths, but don't be afraid to choose dried arrangements that can be carefully packed away after the season and reused or even repurposed with the addition of fresh flowers.

'How do I prepare my home for fall?' asks Rachel Crow, Homes & Gardens' gardens editor. 'I always look into my yard and see what I can bring indoors to decorate mantels, tables, vases and wreaths. And obviously, as a garden enthusiast, I ensure my fall planter ideas indoors and out are fabulous.'

8. Gather around an outdoor fire pit

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Let the good times roll with outdoor fireplace ideas and backyard fire pit ideas that will keep everyone cozy outside even when the temperature drops.

Setting up an enclosed seating area around a fire pit, log-burning brazier or chiminea is a tried-and-tested way of adding the cozy factor to your fall decor this fall. As well as warmth, the fire will add extra light and can be used for seasonal treats, such as toasting marshmallows or warming mulled wine. 

It might seem rather ambitious, but with the heat of an outdoor fire pit, you can start to enjoy your backyard all year round.   

9. Hibernate at home in a cozy living space

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Cozy living room ideas are pretty much top of most people's lists at the moment – for obvious reasons, when you consider that the most used space in a home is the living space. Fall decor ideas should be functional and, above all, comfortable – particularly if all you crave is a soothing space to unwind in at the end of a busy day.

'Flexibility is key – eclectic furniture and notable accessories not only make your home more welcoming, they're a great way to express your personality,' says Sam Baldry, head of design at Swoon .

‘We’re seeing a lot more terracotta, clay and rust colors coming through this fall,’ explains Charlie Marshall, founder of Loaf . ' These tones are ideally suited to a country setting, and can be softened with neutral off-white living room paint ideas as a backdrop.'

10. Warm up with hot shades

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In a cool bedroom – or one that you want to feel warm and welcoming – red is a great choice.

'Red has become enduringly popular lately – and is a very stimulating shade. In this palette, it also represents the moment during exercising when you are at the top of your game,' according to trend forecasters, TrendBook . 

'This bedroom color idea was inspired by the already evident success of orange. It is the extroverted color for the fall season, and when paired with green – the color of tranquility – it represents the full cycle of the season.'

Fall bedding trends needn't be overwhelmingly themed, either: 'A cooler accent shade is important in a bedroom,' says Jo Bailey, Homes & Gardens' resident style expert. 'I like pale blue or crisp white. Both are relaxing and calming, and allow the room to "breathe".' 

11. Introduce a sepia-toned gallery wall

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An eclectic, reddish-brown gallery wall with mismatched frames and art is the perfect recipe for fall. This gentle fall color scheme will add a sophisticated elegance and a refinement to any room in your home, and is a go-to for anyone who wants an easy-to-live with tone that will go with almost any other color, even beyond fall and winter.

‘Sepia tones are a decorating staple – and can be combined in both classical and contemporary decoration with ease and elegance,' says Ruth Mottershead, creative director at Little Greene . 

12. Introduce year-round interest with ornamental grasses

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Ornamental grasses bring movement and sound to the fall garden, and carry color and interest through to fall and winter. They are the ideal solution to early-fall doldrums: as summer flowers fade, their subtly colored foliage and sprays of tiny flowers will take center stage if you are planning a winter garden.

Ornamental grasses are surprisingly easy to grow, no matter the condition of your garden – or the time of year. What's more, evergreen varieties give year-round cover and little room for the unwanted plant invaders to squeeze through. Plus they have see-through, wispy growth that take on a magical quality when gilded with spider’s webs and frost.

When should you start decorating for fall?

When should you start decorating for fall? Generally speaking, early to late September is the best time to start decorating for fall. It is recommended that you avoid decorating for fall before this date, otherwise your indoor and outdoor fall decor ideas won't be in sync with the seasons.

What is popular for fall decor?

Wondering how to start decorating for fall? Easily the most popular fall decor is inspired by pumpkins and autumnal leaves. A front door wreath, fall mantel decor and even a table centerpiece for your entryway or dining room in fall colors are all must-haves. If you want to decorate for fall on a budget, these elements can be easily homemade with seasonal foliage from your yard or a florist. If you are wondering how you can decorate your walls in fall for impact, simply swapping out a cool paint color for one that's richer and warmer can be speedy, transformational and affordable. 

Jennifer is the Digital Editor at Homes & Gardens. Having worked in the interiors industry for a number of years, spanning many publications, she now hones her digital prowess on the 'best interiors website' in the world. Multi-skilled, Jennifer has worked in PR and marketing, and the occasional dabble in the social media, commercial and e-commerce space. Over the years, she has written about every area of the home, from compiling design houses from some of the best interior designers in the world to sourcing celebrity homes, reviewing appliances and even the odd news story or two.

Ideas for do-it-yourself autumn room decor using leaves, cones, acorns and much more

No wonder yellow-maned autumn is called the favorite season of creative people. Artists dip fluffy brushes into paints and decorate canvases with even strokes, drawing on a thin canvas a bouquet of variegated leaves hugging fragile twigs; a bluish-blue sky frowning with gray clouds; alley paths, in some places collecting cool rainwater into transparent puddles. Poets in graceful lines praise golden-haired trees, dizzying leaf fall, bright umbrellas of passers-by hurrying on business and invigorating coolness. And how can you not get inspired? Many marvelous pictures were created under the impression of this wonderful time, many lyrical texts came out from under the pen for the sake of autumn days. It is no wonder that they lightly awaken in us the desire to stay at home on a languid October morning and burrow deeper into the realm of soft blankets and pillows until the clock crosses twelve in the afternoon. In the evening, you want to quickly return to your native walls, unwind a cozy knitted scarf from your neck and fit into homemade socks with a funny pattern. A plaid rests on the armchair, faithfully waiting for its finest hour from the very morning; a fresh bun with a crispy crust and a warm, tender crumb from your favorite bakery has found a home on the coffee table, and a hot pumpkin cappuccino with airy milk foam and a pinch of fragrant cinnamon is cooling in a cup. Why not a homely still life, worthy of the look of a virtuoso painter? At least take up the brush yourself and decorate the picture with autumn property on the scale of the apartment, compose lamp poems to the glory of the season veiled with crimson. After all, you really want to transfer a piece of autumn from the street and paint the rooms in its characteristic shades, fill them with the unique spirit of a wonderful time ...

Autumn is generous not only with beautiful and impressive views, but also with seasonal gifts. Companion trips to the forest in September are not complete without baskets filled with porcini mushrooms and aspen mushrooms; without lingonberries and cranberries, burning with a scarlet fire in buckets. It is not even necessary to travel out of town to fully enjoy her modest gifts. The riot of greenery is gradually replaced by red gold in the crowns of trees, which are strewn with beautiful carved leaves, carefully turning over a whole palette of colors on their veins. Oaks and chestnuts majestically shake their mighty branches, dropping plump acorns at our feet. Autumn is a great time to collect dried flowers, with which you can create your own unique herbarium. Thanks to all these natural gifts, it is easy to create stunning home decor - original, original and exclusive. Natural decorations will amazingly fit into any interior and bring a cozy charm to it. Decor ideas in the autumn style are diverse, you just need to prick a sleepy fantasy with a needle of inspiration! nine0003

  1. Pay attention to the colorful foliage - birch, aspen, maple and other trees are rich in leaves of various shapes, colors and sizes. It is enough to arm yourself with a needle and thread to make a patterned colored garland strung on a thin base, or creative pendants for a chandelier. You can arrange a bouquet or a wreath in autumn style, using leaves instead of fragile buds - it will look colorful and spectacular. nine0018
  2. It would seem that what is special about acorns? But no, they can be the perfect base for creating a candlestick for a tealight and participate in the decor of a photo frame, inside of which there will be a flash-stopped frame that captures a cute family moment. In addition, do not forget about the design of small vases and trays in the manner of sea pebbles.
  3. Dried flowers make an excellent base for flower arrangements and ikebana. They are so versatile that they can simply be placed in a designer vase or bottle in order to get a miracle of decorative creativity, saturated with the trend of the autumn sun. nine0018
  4. Ruffy buds look great in any design, whether it's an extravagant table arrangement of a bouquet of herbs and dried flowers, a decorated wreath or an unusual design for a hanging shelf.
  5. Pot-bellied pumpkin - the main vegetable of autumn! Its rich orange hue suggests a ripeness-filled barrel of the sun setting beyond the horizon. It will become a luxurious basis for a table composition or for the entrance group of a country house. In addition, before using the pumpkin as decoration, you can extract the juicy pulp from it and cook many healthy dishes from it, ranging from casseroles to mouth-watering pancakes. nine0018
  6. Edible decorations are a real trend! Dried citrus slices and cinnamon sticks are perfect for creating a fragrant installation on a coffee table and will evoke a sublime romantic mood.

Autumn room decor - decorating the interior

If your imagination stubbornly presses on the gas and awakens the desire to transform the environment, but there is absolutely not enough time to search for natural materials, you should focus on the decor created by human hands. Curtains in the colors of golden autumn will bring a charming atmosphere to the room. Just imagine what a unique dance of shades will be reflected on the wall when the sun's rays will playfully try to get through the multi-colored curtains!.. Cozy blankets and pillows in armchairs and on sofas will fill the house with a warm mood. Vases and candlesticks matched to the tone will competently place autumn accents in the room and will certainly give you a peaceful smile. Non-trivial applications made of textiles and felt will bring soft notes to the interior. You just have to choose how to decorate the situation! nine0003

  1. Reds, golds, chocolates, ochers and tangerines - the bright colors of autumn will resonate with pillows and warm throws, providing a real explosion of color in the room. For lovers of needlework, the option to embroider ornaments on them according to the autumn theme always sparkles with a star.
  2. On curtains and weightless tulle, a garland of leaves or a seasonal appliqué will look organic. It remains only to choose embroidery according to the mood.
  3. Felt is an extremely supple and pleasant to the touch material. From it you can figure out interesting crafts, for example, in the form of forest animals. They will be the perfect decoration for a dresser or window sill. nine0018
  4. Vases, lanterns and themed candlesticks, selected in the colors of golden autumn, will add coziness to the homely atmosphere. They can be decorated with a bouquet of leaves, cones, acorns, dried flowers and other attributes of this wonderful time of the year. Such a decision will turn seemingly ordinary objects into a whole decoration that salutes the colorful season.
  5. Unusual wreaths of twigs and dried flowers, complemented by bright foliage and cones, coupled with candles of expressive orange, burgundy and golden hues, will invite warmth into the house and emphasize the dreamy mood of the owner of the apartment. It is enough to imagine how the yellowish flame twitches subtly on a twisted wick, drawing fiery silhouettes in the air and performing graceful steps to the delight of its viewer...

Refined romance of the autumn season

It is not difficult to bring the charming beauty of the autumn forest home to enjoy its amazing atmosphere without looking outside. All the creative potential that has accumulated during the year is ready to manifest itself immediately. The cold landscapes outside the window contrast so curiously with the colorful sky at sunset and the warmth of home that the mood involuntarily warms up somewhere in the chest, only to splash out into the light a moment later with an unobtrusive bend of the lips or the desire to hold a cup of cocoa in the hands, on top of which snowy mountain peaks foam whipped cream and little marshmallows lie in drifts. If you create the right environment in the room, you can arrange a decent seasonal photo shoot. Moreover, it is not for nothing that autumn is called the most romantic time of the year. This is a magical time for new loves! Do not be shy in front of bold emotions and allow yourself to succumb to hot feelings - who knows, maybe this year you will meet the love of your life and turn it into a selfless fairy tale? And if you have already met your soul mate, share a November Saturday night with her, throwing a blanket over your knees, dimming the lights and opting for a fresh rom-com on one of the channels. Have time to enjoy the moment! nine0003

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Bright leaves, fruits, acorns, berries and even branches are your faithful helpers in preparing the interior for autumn. Asya Bondareva told how and with what you can decorate the house in September

In autumn we want warmth and comfort more and more, and we dream of evenings with family and a pleasing atmosphere. How to create one at home? Asya Bondareva named 8 different ways, and fantasy will help you come up with another million of your own.

Asya Bondareva


Graduated from the Moscow State University of Printing Arts. She studied design at the British Higher School of Design. Asya loves details. He believes that a good design is one that is thought out to the smallest detail, and a professional designer should bring the project to the end.

1. Autumn is on the threshold

Weave a wreath of dry branches, leaves, bunches of mountain ash and hang it on the front door. Gather an autumn harvest of pumpkins, zucchini, squash in wicker baskets, decorate the harvest with hay and foliage and place it next to the door. Create an autumn mood not only for yourself, but also for your neighbors! nine0108

2. Decor for appetite

Make a bouquet of wheat ears or an arrangement of leaves and dried flowers and place in the center of the table. Add candlesticks, cones, acorns: all this will prepare your interior for a meeting with autumn. Don't forget the ripe fruits in the vases, especially the apples!

To settle on a single design idea, I first sort through inspirational photos on the topic and compose collages from them. Having decided on the concept, I begin to prepare a list of what I will need to implement it. nine0003

If you are focusing on the gifts of nature, then you should not add bright textiles to the table decoration, use traditional white tablecloths and napkins.

3. New crockery

If you are thinking of renovating your crockery for the autumn mood, then opt for author's ceramics or earthenware: they go well with the autumn decor.

4. Autumn through and through

Dried herbarium leaves can be glued onto window panes. And if your interior has glass partitions or countertops, then this technique is perfect for them. nine0108

5. Warmer than just a fire

If you have a fireplace, you can make garlands of leaves and branches to decorate it. Hang them under the mantel the way you usually hang Christmas tree lights. The shelf itself can be decorated with ripe apples, decorative pumpkins, candles.


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