"Embrace the Season with these 38 Stunning Outdoor Fall Decor Ideas"
Enhance the appeal of your carved pumpkins by turning them into exquisite patterned votives. Steer clear of scary faces, and instead opt for elegant patterns, such as these polka dots in varied sizes created with a cordless drill. For an even more charming sight, mix in an array of Cinderella pumpkins and transform your stoop.
Craft a picturesque fall scene on your front porch with a combination of pumpkins and hay bales. Stack hay bales vertically on both sides of your entrance door as a base for stunning towers of pumpkins. Then, employ metal baskets to flaunt an assortment of gourds and squash.
Are one or two pumpkins not enough? Think bigger. Add leafy greens, like ornamental cabbages, to a collection of pumpkins in different hues, along with a festive green garland hung over the front door, to create an eye-catching statement.
An autumnal garland is an instant update that enhances the look of your entrance for fall. Magnolia leaves' waxy green surface and rusty brown underside make the perfect combination for autumn decor. If kept out of direct sunlight, magnolia garlands stay fresh for around a month and can be carefully handled and kept dried for years.
For outdoor fall decor that's fail-proof, opt for fall-blooming plants and fiery-hued autumnal flowers. Daisies' large blooms bring cheer to a planter. Keep them blossoming by placing them in a sunny spot, removing spent flowers, and watering when dry.
Paper bag luminaries are a classic seasonal favorite. Line a stairway or stone path leading up to your home for a subtle, glowing effect. (And for an autumnal twist, cut out leaf shapes in the paper bags!) Use sand to weigh the bags down and LED candles for long-lasting, non-flammable light.
No outdoor fall decoration is complete without pumpkins. Choose multicolored gourds and carve out spaces at the top. Fit in a glass candleholder and a pillar candle for a shimmering pathway border.
We all have outdoor tabletops that yearn for an autumnal arrangement. Work with what you have. Gather art, potted plants, and a variety of pumpkins to create an organic and diverse seasonal tabletop decoration.
While everyone adores lush green wreaths, autumn calls for red, gold, and orange hues. Create a fiery wreath with fallen autumn leaves from your yard. (Alternatively, pick up some preserved leaves from a craft store for longer-lasting decor.)
What exactly is a mumkin? Add a blooming mum to a pumpkin, and voila! A mumkin. In autumnal colors, a carved pumpkin makes for the perfect vessel for mums.
During this time of year, pumpkins are everywhere. Utilize their abundance and create a striking display with just one concept—the pumpkin. By stacking and clustering them, you can create an impressive scale and make your outdoor decor fun and stunning.
Who says pumpkins must be orange? They are classic, but try using mahogany-colored gourds to add whimsical autumn charm to a mini succulent garden. You can also attempt to contrast a green and purple color scheme in your planter or garden bed to express personality.
Fill a rustic window box with an assortment of pumpkins, ivy, artichokes, and ornamental cabbage for an infusion of exciting outdoor decor elements. It is beautiful and seasonal, yet entirely unexpected. Choose plants that tolerate autumn temperatures in your region.
While orange is prevalent in autumn, never forget scarlet. Scarlet-toned blooms such as deep red mums, in planters, add warmth to your entryway. Additionally, they complement the orange palette of any pumpkin display.
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For a carefree outdoor party, add relaxing and fun decor like a floating candle display. Carve the tops of small pumpkins, include tea lights, and float the votives with scattered autumn leaves in a dish with water. Repeat the same theme with more pumpkins and leaves on the table.
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To create a striking display, add white pumpkins to your dark green seasonal wreath. Orange and red berries and flowers provide additional contrast. In the evening, the white hue adds an eerie, moon-like glow.
This pumpkin acts as a floral vessel or foundation for a blooming autumnal display, much like the mumkin. Add autumn-blooming flowers and various greenery (extra points for incorporating lettuce and herbs!) into a pot, then "plant" it inside for stunning floral pumpkin decor.
While pumpkins may look good in clusters, why not go vertical? Utilize height to achieve a dramatic effect. Stack pumpkins from largest to smallest, sandwiching greenery between each layer. Pumpkin topiaries atop a stone vessel make for eye-catching outdoor fall foliage.
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The sweetly fading flowers in your garden signify the arrival of autumn. Make use of your garden's blooms and herbs in a dried flower wreath. Alternatively, you can purchase dried flowers from a craft store, along with a straw wreath form, florist pins, and ribbon, to create this autumn wreathe.
How to Make It: Fall Wreath With Dried Flowers and Herbs
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For an outdoor party, make sure to include a cluster of mini pumpkin candleholders to complete your table. It's a simple but effective way to add a touch of ambiance. Cut a hole in each pumpkin to hold the candle, light it up, and glow your way through the night.
Looking to cozy up your outdoor space for the autumn season? Create a magical atmosphere with the simple addition of a strand of twinkling lights above. Opt for warm-toned bulbs to compliment the golden fall light and the warmth of your crackling fire pit.
For a quick and easy seasonal update to your front door, consider adding a festive touch with a small bouquet of leaves, greenery, and gourds, elegantly tied together with a ribbon.
Illuminate your walkway or stairs with charming white pumpkins that softly glow in the twilight. Or use them to guide guests towards your entrances and pathways, adding a whimsical touch to your outdoor decor.
Elevate your container garden by selecting your favorite fall plants such as grasses and lantana, for a beautiful refresh that adds a dash of seasonal greenery. Place your autumnal plants in rustic planters of muted rust-colored hues for the ultimate fall-inspired garden setting.
For a striking centerpiece that is both simple and elegant, utilize your favorite glass vessel and fill it with delicate branches from the changing trees in your yard. Choose long branches filled with gorgeous red, yellow, and golden leaves, and arrange them naturally for a subtle yet sophisticated autumnal statement.
Welcome fall by creating a beautiful wreath featuring an assortment of pumpkins and gourds. Use florist picks and sheet moss to arrange your pumpkin display artfully onto a wreath form, inspired by the bounty of autumn.
Hosting an outdoor gathering but out of time for decorations? Display an easy, no-fail design by grouping an assortment of vibrant orange pumpkins and multi-colored gourds in the center of each table. Offer them as party favors to your guests when they depart.
While pumpkins are a classic fall staple, adding some acorns in your outdoor decorative items brings in its own level of charm. This wreath design features pumpkin-on-a-stick eggplants with hidden acorn accents for a lovely and alternative seasonal offering.
Add a unique twist to your pumpkin carving tradition by opting for intricate foliage designs instead of traditional faces. Set the pumpkins on your steps and finish the entire look with arrangements of candles to further imbue your outdoor space with warmth and glow.
If you have a vessel that is perfect for fall accessories, stack an assortment of pumpkins of descending circumferences, with the largest at the bottom and smallest on top. Fill in the gaps between each pumpkin layer with moss or greenery to nicely tie the layers together.
If you're unsure where to begin in decorating for the fall season, take inspiration from the bounty of fall-inspired decorations, including pumpkin topiaries, assorted pumpkins, autumnal potted flowers or foliage displays, and cascading garlands of bittersweet. Add a rust-red wreath to tie all the elements together, and you're all set.
Elevate your pumpkin topiary to the next level with shimmering lights. Create various shapes and designs on each pumpkin and weave the lights through them, wrapping any excess around the base for an awe-inspiring exhibit. Then, place the topiary on a bed of autumn leaves and berries for a radiant display.
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As the temperature drops, you'll likely be spending more time near the fireplace. Embrace the season by festooning your outdoor area with fall foliage and pumpkins. One side of the fireplace is adorned with a fall garland, while the other side is embellished with an eclectic collection of cabbages and pumpkins for a charming appeal.
While pumpkins are commonly used for jack-o'-lanterns, dried gourds could last longer when displayed indoors or outdoors. Select a variety of sizes and shapes of gourds, then carve your designs by drilling through the bottom and inserting lights. Although this project requires special attention and tools, you'll enjoy these comical faces for years.
Create a rustic-looking fall arrangement by bundling dried corn with autumn flowers and securing them with burlap. The dark, speckled colors of calico corn are complemented by the yellow blooms, which can be exhibited until Thanksgiving. Use a burlap strip to display multiple bouquets.
Produce a wreath inspired by the fading sunflower by arranging corn husks in a starburst pattern. This minimalist approach utilizes a single substance to create the most significant effect. A neutral wreath like this adds a pop of style on a brightly painted door.
Preserve the vibrancy of this season's colorful maple leaves (or other types of leaves) and add a glossy finish by applying Mod Podge to the inside of the mason jars. Fitted with LED candles, the leaves will become translucent and seem to glow from inside. To add a rustic flair, accessorize with ribbons made of raffia, burlap, or twine.
Transform nature into a work of art, with the help of metallic paint. Use a variety of spray paint colors, waiting for each side to dry before moving on to the next. Scatter the painted leaves over your al fresco dining table for a sophisticated feel. The illumination from candlelight will make the metallic sheen stand out.
Beautify your table with natural elements by gathering leaves, berries, hydrangeas, and other plants straight from your lawn. Mary Hollis Huddleston, owner and founder of Please Be Seated and Mrs. Southern Social, advises, "In the South, we are fortunate to have plants blooming in the fall. I enjoy combining these with seasonal items like autumn leaves."
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