With the exception of Christmas, I have never been much of a seasonal decorator. However, as my children become older and more aware of holidays and the seasons, it does inspire me to decorate a little bit. You will never find spiderweb bushes or giant spiders and witches at my house, but I do think pumpkins can be a beautiful Fall addition to a home.
Here are some Fall decorations that inspire me. Maybe one of these days I will get around to actually doing some Fall decorating other than the yellow mums and pumpkins on my front porch!
Oversized pumpkins placed atop a pair of urns create a dramatic entrance.
One of my favorite ways to display pumpkins is layered in graduating sizes on top of urns, creating a topiary effect.
I'm not sure how much overlap there is between hydrangea season and pumpkin season, but they make a beautiful combination.
Inside the home, a grouping of pumpkins on a mantle adds color and holiday spirit. The wheat wreath layered over the mirror brings depth and texture to the space.
If pumpkins aren't your thing, changing leaves tucked into a lantern adds a festive and colorful touch. It doesn't hurt that the architecture of this home is stunning!
These rust colored mums are a nice twist on the traditional yellow.
One of those perfectly sunny yet cool days of Fall.
All images via Pinterest
Are you decorating for Fall at your house?