Best Fall Decor Ideas – Creative Home Decorating for Fall

When September approaches and the weather begins to change, you should consider how you want to decorate your house for the Fall season. You may go for a rustic theme or a simple and modern design, but don’t forget to add fall colors and staples (like pumpkins!). With that in mind, here are 15 creative and best fall decor ideas to get you started!

See also Fun And Creative Fall Craft Ideas For Kids, DIY Thanksgiving Decorations for Home and DIY Fall Decor – Farmhouse and Rustic Fall Decoration Ideas.

15. Pumpkin Painting Ideas / Use Acrylic and Spray Paint

Need some pumpkin fall painting ideas? If you are looking for some fall decorating ideas, I have a great DIY Pumpkins with metallic acrylic paint and spray paint project for you to try!

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14. Wine Cork Pumpkin // Make Your Own with This Easy Tutorial

Happy Fall Y’all!  I have a fun wine cork pumpkin project to share with you today.  It turned out even cuter than I imagined.  Gather up your supplies and let’s get started!

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13. Autumn Front Porch Decor / Welcome!

I’ve been pulling out all of my fall decor over the past couple of weeks.  My autumn front porch decor is finally finished!  Of course, no fall decorating is complete without mums, and I have several.

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12. DIY Fall Wreath

I took a friend to Hobby Lobby with me when looking for supplies for my seasonal wreath makeover. She was lamenting about how she wanted a fall wreath, but nothing at Hobby Lobby spoke to her.

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11. DIY Candy Corn Pine Cones

DIY Candy Corn Pine Cones ~ a fun, fast and inexpensive craft to dress up your porch or home for autumn. Perfect fall family craft!

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10. Fall Wreaths Free Printable

These gorgeous and rustic fall wreaths initial printables feature fall foliage and a gold initial! Perfect for your home decor, or to frame and give as a gift!

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9. Fall Paper Leaf Wreath {A Tutorial}

This particular wreath is a Fall-festive version of my ever popular leaves and lace felt wreath, which was inspired by these ombre wreaths.

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8. Easy DIY Fall Pumpkin Topiary

Looking for some easy DIY fall pumpkin decor? It only takes a few minutes to create this beautiful, fall pumpkin topiary for your home.

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7. DIY Dollar Tree Fall Decor

Is that crisp cool air I feel outside? No, it’s just hot in Texas so I’m willing on fall with a super fun Dollar Tree fall decor idea. Because if it’s hot you might as well be cute right?

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6. Easy DIY Tray For Fall Decorating

Finally, the weather is cooperating and I’m in full swing for fall decorating over here. You guys know we just moved this summer and living in a smaller town has its plus and minuses. For instance, there are not a ton of stores in our little town…that’s a minus when I’m looking for new decorating ideas.

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5. Easy Copper Candle Holders for Fall

Make these easy copper candle holders for fall to add a bit of glamor to your home decor.

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4. How To Make A Paper Leaf Fall Wreath With Cricut

You will love this unique DIY paper leaf fall wreath made using a Cricut cutting machine.

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3. A Succulent Wreath for Fall

I love, love, love fall!  The changing colours, the cooler weather, the pumpkin spice lattes… and the first thing that I like to do to celebrate the changing of the season is hang a new wreath on my front door.

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2. Mason Jar Crafts for the Fall: Pretty Pumpkin Decor

Who says mason jars are just for canning? Certainly, not any crafty person I know. In fact, I’m sure most of us “crafty types” use them more for crafting than any sort of preserves. With all the different shapes and sizes mason jars come in, there is no shortage of inspiration for mason jar crafts.

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1. DIY Rope Pumpkins for a Fun Fall Craft

Do you ever create an “accidental project?” What I mean is, do you ever buy craft supplies intending to create one thing but end up creating something entirely different? That’s what happened with these rope pumpkins.

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