Fall Decorations

If you like the color orange, fall is perfect for you. From the changing leaves to pumpkins of all shades, you can decorate your house from top to bottom with fall decorations! Here are some creative ideas to bring the fall to your family!

Inside the house:

Line your mantle with small pumpkins

Fill bowl with small pumpkins (instead of fruit) on your counter

Cut out the center of a pumpkin and fill it with flowers as a centerpiece

Cut the center out of a mini pumpkin and use it as a candleholder for a votive

Make a corn centerpiece with fall candles


Outside the house:

Decorate your front stairs with pumpkins and gourds of all shapes and sizes

Paint a pumpkin to put on your porch, from a jack-o-lantern to polka dots, it will add color to your porch

Decorate your fence or porch with a corn-husk garland


What are your favorite fall decorations? Share in the comments!

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