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Create Gorgeous Rooms With Fall Decorating Ideas
Fall decoration is all about recognising the nature’s bounty and bringing it inside our homes. With a little bit of imagination you can create stunning decorations with leaves, dried corn, nuts, dry branches, raffia decorations etc.
Hunt for unusual shapes and scatter leaves, acorns, ripe pumpkins and berries throughout the house for an attractive Halloween and Thanksgiving decorations.
Decorate Rooms With Fall Decoration Ideas
Collect fallen leaves and foliage from your garden or neighbourhood woods during your walk and press them between books. Be careful not to stain your precious books. Preserve the nature’s beauty by securing the leaves between two pieces of glass and framing them.These pieces can give a new lease of life to your mantel or walls.
You can decorate your table with a vase filled with colourful red, maroon and golden maple leaves, or a bunch of naturally preserved soft Caspia in fiery golden orange can be used on its own or as bouquet filler. What about bright orange colored leaves of California black oak? Any of these will instantly add a festive look to any room.
Why not string together some bright-hued freshly plucked oak leaves and hang over the door, on the mantel, across the shelves or on the wall in multiple rows. Even a bunch of leaves can be secured with a wire to create a wreath for your front door or the wall. Or simply toss a handful of different leaves in a bowl or a tall glass tub and place it on your coffee table.
Make your storage boxes and folders ready for the fall by creating decoupage with pressed leaves. You can display them on your shelves or on the table.
Decorate your glass vase with natural or artificial branches of Bittersweet red and golden berries. You may even use bleached branches of Eucalyptus trees. These branches can also be used for making wreaths. Add colour to your décor with branches of blooming French Lavender. Create a stunning centerpiece with painted acorn branches in a bright red vase. Hang some ornaments from the branches for a pop of colour.
Create a welcoming entrance by combining different elements of nature. Place dried dark branches and green or orange leaves in different vases made of silver, copper and bronze. The burnished wood colour and green foliage will create a primitive look by making a contrast against the some shining and some dull metallic vases.
Another display on your foyer could be made by placing a vase decorated with bright branches of Bittersweet or Maple in front of a beautifully framed mirror. Also keep a wooden dish filled with nuts and pile up fruits on a stone bowl to bring in the season’s colour into your home.
Refurbish your old frame by creating a border of acorn caps by gluing them onto the frame. Place a pressed maple or oak leaf in the middle for a creative centerpiece. Perch apples or pears on tall urns on your mantle or table to add a touch of brightness to any corner. Artificial fruits can also be used if you want the décor to last the whole season.
For that perfect fall décor, introduce bright colours just outside your front door with blooming potted plants on the stairs leading to your entrance. A row of white pumpkins and paper lanterns hung from the portico will complete the look.