Fall is on its way in, which means exciting windswept yards and cozy festive homes. Get ready for the seasonal festivities and the holidays by hanging some autumnal decor all around your house. Use bright and bold fall colors and familiar fall shapes and designs to get your family and guests excited for crunchy leaves, thick-knit sweaters, cocoa by the fireside and all the fall goodness headed their way.
Pine cones are all right fall decor on their own, but add a pop of color and you've got personalized decoration to match your home and your style. Match this festive garland to any fall-themed mantel, window treatment or tablescape.
This design is so simple and so fabulously festive. Pick up a pack of dollar store fall leaves and string them together for a clean flurry of fall leaves in your living room, dining room or kitchen. For overwhelmingly autumn decor, use several garlands to crisscross the ceiling of any room, and create a forest of fall leaves.
If you've got extra Mason jar lid rings after all of your fun fall Mason jar crafts, this is the perfect upcycle for you. Simply string together rings for a little metallic shabby-chic class to add to your fall decor. You can also paint your rings to add a touch of color.
Here's another garland project keeping with the fall leaf theme. If you're interested in getting a drop more crafty, this garland allows for more creativity, as you get to design and cut your own fall leaves, mixing up some maple and oak in deep oranges, yellows and browns.
If you're looking for simplistic and clean-cut, a good fall banner is as effective as any leafy garland. Bring in a little burlap dotted with acorn detail, for a rustic yet chic fall banner to add to your autumn decor. Follow this tutorial and create any fall-themed phrase to add to your household festivity.
Once you're guaranteed garland glamour, it's time to dress up the rest of your home for autumn, inside and out. Jump on over to Hometalk for some great fall decor ideas, including a whole page of inspiring fall wreaths, designed and created by the Hometalk community.
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