I love fall. I’ve only met one person in my life who actively disliked the season, and when I inquired why, he said it was because everyone he knows loves it! Well obviously everyone loves it because fall is incredible. The leaves all turn gorgeous colors, the weather is amazing no matter if it’s sunny or gloomy, and Halloween! On bright days, you get to go to a pumpkin patch & pick your own pumpkin, and on gloomy or stormy days, you get to cozy up indoors to the comfort of distant, rumbling thunder.
For any fall fanatic, it’s important to display your excitement for the season. Here is a roundup of some of my favorite fall decorations!
The one thing I love just as much as fall is probably string lights. Why not combine the love for both with these elegant, orange string lights from Pottery Barn? They’d be super cute in your kitchen or entryway!
Via Pottery Barn
If you’re feeling crafty, here’s a DIY cinnamon-scented candle project! If your lease doesn’t allow open flame, you can easily use the same recipe for a wax warmer.
For outside your home/apartment, add a cute pumpkin doormat to welcome all your visitors with!
Among my list of favorite things to decorate with are tapestries. They are so versatile, and you can honestly find any tapestry to fit your needs. Want to let all your guests know how much you love this season, but don’t necessarily want to be stuck with it all year? Well just check out this, this, or this tapestry made by artists from Society6! I’m sure you’ll find something you’ll love.
If you want to go a darker, creepier route, UrbanOutfitters has this awesome costume mask that could totally hold its own as a decoration in your place. Surround that baby with some candles, or hang it on the wall, and you’ve got a pretty cool & creepy decoration!
Via Urban Outfitters
This list wouldn’t be complete without using an actual pumpkin! Southern Living has a great list of fun fall decorating items, but this one takes the cake. When you’re out getting your pumpkins, make sure to get an extra one or two to turn into a vase! Just empty and clean out the pumpkin as you normally would, and feel the fall indoors with an arrangement of yellow, orange, & brown decorative flowers!
Via Southern Living
How have you decorated for fall in the past? Let us know in the comments!