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Free Fall Decorating with Nature

Fall is in the air and it’s time for some free fall decorating  with nature ideas! This is one of my favorite seasons to decorate for because natural decor is in such abundance outside.

natural free fall decorating with grasses and dried hydrangeas in leather wrapped bottle vases

Grasses from the yard in a dry vase are a beautiful way to bring in that fall feeling or a small accent.

 

Make a DIY painted black vase with clay

As well as leaves, warn-toned flowers such as marigolds or goldenrod add that fall feeling with color.

Early Fall decorating idea with natural touches

Dried hydrangeas are another way to bring in fall. Many of them turn a beautiful golden color when dried. You can see how to dry hydrangeas here.

Hydrangeas and asparagus arrangement in a mud washed vase

Using branches with beautiful fall leaves still on them for a free fall decorating idea is one way to bring in color and nature in. I love using Maple, Oak and Japaneses Maple branches in Fall.

Jennifer Rizzo front entry

This bench filled with a mix of faux and real pumpkins, and rain boots filled with branches makes our entry way pretty.  I wish It could stay that way.

Front entry way with pumpkins and boots with branches in them for free fall decorating

Even a plaid shirt from the closet makes it look like fall in the front entry. Mums from the grocery store cost $3.00. I  put them in an old basket already While that’s not quite free, it’s pretty close.

Use natural elements like leave to decorate your home

I added some real pumpkins to my fake pumpkins for a display.

BEnch with fake and real pumpkins mixed

I love the pop of color from the red book.

make fake pumpkins look real

If you grow your own pumpkins, of course they are free, but even a few for a few dollars each make a big impact in decorating with free fall decor.

Real and fake pumpkins mixed together

Combining them with a small birch log stump, or even a few stacks of books can instantly elevate your grocery store pumpkins… no pun intended.

Front entry with pumpkins as decor

I found some pictures in the garage with fall-ish colors in them and then I just added some pumpkins to brighten it up.

Grocery store pumpkin on book stack

It’s amazing what you can do with a few branches  and pumpkins for  free fall decorating!

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17 Comments

  1. What a great way to bring nature in to fall decorating. I love the mix of maple leaves and pumpkins!

    Looking forward to your upcoming class…

    Lisa

  2. It looks gorgeous Jen! The boots are my favorite with the “borrowed” branches! 😉 Thanks so much for including me in this fun challenge!
    Vanessa

  3. I am happily sharing this post on my blog, Monday, Sept. 30th. I hope you will have a minute for a visit.
    Make it a fabulous Fall!

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