Fall Garden Decor
Home Garden Decor For The Fall
Fall Garden Decor. The backyard porch, patio, or deck is a favorite place for many people to relax and enjoy the outdoors. There are many decorating options available for the home garden area, and seasonal accessories are a way to keep the decorating updated.
The little details are what make the difference and you do not have to go to great expense either. The fall is a wonderful time to decorate your outdoor space. Here are some inexpensive and simple ways to accessorize for the fall season. Read also: Outdoor Fall Decorations
Decorate with pumpkins. I love to decorate with pumpkins because they offer so much flexibility and are fairly inexpensive. Small pumpkins can line stair steps or be placed along porch railings. Larger pumpkins can be carved or hollowed out and have candles placed in them.
A large pumpkin can be placed in a corner of a porch or deck by itself to perk up a bare corner. You could also make a collection of gourds and pumpkins. Combine several different sized pumpkins or gourds on a hay bale. Try to keep things at varying heights to make it more visually interesting.
To continue with the fall theme use fall color leaves to make tabletop displays, garlands, or wreaths. Place fall colored foliage along porch railings and on end tables. I like to make my own wreaths using elements from nature like pine cones or twigs and branches. Grapevine wreaths are a perfect accessory for the fall. Baskets full of colored leaves or even burlap sacks filled with leaves and tied with a matching bow can be a wonderful corner accessory. Read also: Fall Decorations Ideas
Other ways to inexpensively accessorize your outdoor decor include fall seasonal flags, door mats, or tabletop decor. Visit the dollar store for baskets that you can fill with pine cones, apples, or small pumpkins. For a fragrant touch, add a cinnamon broom or a pumpkin spice candle to an enclosed porch or patio.
With just a little bit of planning, you can find some wonderful accessories to decorate your backyard, porch, or patio for the fall season.
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