Fall is on the way! Use these design ideas to decorate your front door or home interior.
Add a pop of color to your front door with this bright and beautiful fall wreath. You can even leave this door decoration up well into winter thanks to the festive ruby-hued pomegranates and berries. An inexpensive twig wreath provides the base and dried moss helps fill in the gaps.
Galvanized planters add a rustic touch to your fall front porch. Fill each one with plenty of seasonal plants, like mums, kale, and pansies, then showcase on your front steps. We love this fall container garden’s mix of colors and varieties.
Fall Flower Bouquet
Yes, fall is all about reds, yellows, and oranges, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t any room for a pop of pink. The rosy flowers in this fall bouquet pair well with branches of persimmons and a mix of fall foliage. Create a similar fall floral arrangement for a showstopping Thanksgiving centerpiece.
Baskets of Blooms
Decorating with a few big baskets of flowers is one of the simplest ways to make your fall front porch especially enviable. Head to your local greenhouse to see what seasonal options are available. Even big-box retailers and hardware stores often have a large selection. Place them within baskets and add a few rocks to prevent from toppling over. The blooms will look even better once the leaves begin to change colors.
Floral Fall Wreath
Use fresh or faux flowers to create a bountiful addition to your door. Just take a wreath form (this one uses a grapevine wreath as its base) and attach your favorite seasonal stems with floral wire. The mix of different colors and textures makes this version especially pretty.
Abundance of Apples
We’re all about this easy fall apple display. After you’ve made your annual trip to the orchard, arrange your fresh fruit—pears, persimmons, apples, figs—in the center of your dining room table or pile into a decorative bowl. And the best part about this super simple harvest decor? It doubles as a healthy snack!
Look to flea market finds to decorate with your harvest bounty. Vintage kitchen items like mixing bowls and pitchers make interesting containers for fall foliage and flowers. Plant marigolds with soil in an off-white vessel for a standout centerpiece.
Front Door Decor
Add depth to your entryway with harvest decor in different heights. Planters fill with tall grasses flank this front door, while a variety of pumpkins fill in below. Mix textures and colors, like this autumnal display, or keep it simple with a monochromatic color scheme.