The kids are back in school, football is in full swing and the leaves will start falling soon. With the weather cooling down it is the perfect time to start spending the cool evenings around a custom built fireplace from Richmond’s Landscaping or in your outdoor living room. It doesn’t have to stop at the fireplace ambience though, the fall is a great time to ramp up the design in your outdoor space. Fall decor is so warm and inviting and starts prepping us for the holiday season! So to give you some fun and affordable ideas to help you with your space, here are a few design projects to get you ready for sipping apple cider and carving pumpkins!
Set the Table for the season
Use all the decoration ideas you have for your dining room, out on your patio. Gather fall mums, pumpkins, vases with leaves and gourds, and orange/red placemats to set the table for the fall. Then after the table is looking warm and inviting, add a few strings of outdoor lights to really set the mood for fun and relaxation.
Colorful Fall Porch
Take a color scheme through the season with pretty, inexpensive fall accents. Outdoor pillows act as a porch swing pick-me-up, while a small throw rug keeps the palette going. Make a simple table by sandwiching two colorful tubs between slabs of wood. We added wheels to the baseboard to make it mobile.
Cozy Fall Mum Wreath
Warm up your fall porch with an easy-to-make wreath. To make, press spider mums with 1-inch stems into a foam wreath. The blooms will last a few days, especially if you spritz them with water a few times. Finish the look by hanging with a plaid scarf.
These pumpkins get a mod makeover from geometric cutouts in different sizes and patterns. Just hollow out the pumpkins, then stencil on your designs. Cut out each square with a pumpkin carving saw and arrange on your front porch. For a country-chic look, rest pumpkins on an antique wooden chair or bench.
Fall Corn Garland
Capture the season’s charm with a rustic garland made from ears of fall corn and dried husks. Colors include ruby red, yellow, and purple, so you can pick the scheme that best matches your decor. Create hooks by twisting small eye screws into the wide end of each ear. Bend the husks into loops and seal the pointy ends together with hot glue. Finally, string the ears onto twine, alternating with corn husks as you go. Hang above your door or along your porch eaves for a simply beautiful effect.
Your summer urn does double-duty in this quick and easy fall decor idea. Just fill the urn with gourds, squash, and small pumpkins for a pretty front porch accent.