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Say goodbye to summer by adding a few cozy autumnal touches around your house.

Don't forget to pin these cozy ways to decorate for autumn!

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Don't forget to pin these cozy ways to decorate for autumn!

Use an antique pitcher as a vase to hold faux wheat. Add neutral-colored pumpkins at the base of the pitcher to complete the look.
Get the tutorial at Shabby Fur Blog. 

Accessorize a Farmhouse Table

Use an antique pitcher as a vase to hold faux wheat. Add neutral-colored pumpkins at the base of the pitcher to complete the look.

Get the tutorial atShabby Fur Blog

Yes, you can use real pumpkins as vases—just make sure you get all of the seeds out!
Get the tutorial at A Pumpkin and A Princess. 

Use a Pumpkin as a Centerpiece Vase

Yes, you can use real pumpkins as vases—just make sure you get all of the seeds out!

Get the tutorial at A Pumpkin and A Princess.

Place white pumpkins, dried hydrangeas, and fallen leaves on a tray to create a portable centerpiece. When your dining room table isn't in use, move the tray to a fireplace or entryway table. 
Get the tutorial at Cherished Bliss. 

Dining Table Display

Place white pumpkins, dried hydrangeas, and fallen leaves on a tray to create a portable centerpiece. When your dining room table isn't in use, move the tray to a fireplace or entryway table. 

Get the tutorial atCherished Bliss

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A plaid blanket and a basket full of pumpkins? All that's missing from this autumnal scene is a steaming pumpkin-spiced latte. 
See more at Stone Gable Blog. 

Add a Rocking Chair

plaid blanket and a basket full of pumpkins? All that's missing from this autumnal scene is a steaming pumpkin-spiced latte. 

See more at Stone Gable Blog

Not all pumpkins need to be carved into a spooky scene. By adding a lace doily over the stem, the pumpkin becomes a bright focal point on your front porch. 
Get the tutorial at On Sutton Place. 

Think Outside the Pumpkin

Not all pumpkins need to be carved into a spooky scene. By adding a lace doily over the stem, the pumpkin becomes a bright focal point on your front porch. 

Get the tutorial at On Sutton Place

Ann from On Sutton Place DIYed her way to a woodland-themed frame that's complete with moss, acorns, and pinecones. You can follow her lead and fill it with a fall-themed quote, or put a favorite family photo in it instead. 
Get the tutorial at On Sutton Place.

Craft a Woodland Frame

Ann from On Sutton Place DIYed her way to a woodland-themed frame that's complete with moss, acorns, and pinecones. You can follow her lead and fill it with a fall-themed quote, or put a favorite family photo in it instead. 

Get the tutorial at On Sutton Place.

White dishes, DIY napkin rings, and branches with berries combine to make a fall-themed dinner table. 
Get the tutorial at The Wood Grain Cottage. 

Craft an Elegant Table Setting

White dishes, DIY napkin rings, and branches with berries combine to make a fall-themed dinner table. 

Get the tutorial at The Wood Grain Cottage

A "Happy Fall" wreath made of wood slices and twigs turns your front door into a beautiful fall entrance. 
Get the tutorial at Thistlewood Farms. 

Deck the Door

A "Happy Fall" wreath made of wood slices and twigs turns your front door into a beautiful fall entrance. 

Get the tutorial atThistlewood Farms.

Collect fallen leaves from your backyard and turn them into a beautiful piece of art. 
Get the tutorial at Just a Girl.

Bring the Outside In

Collect fallen leaves from your backyard and turn them into a beautiful piece of art.

The barely blue paint color in this living room provides a breezy backdrop for a little sweep of something from the garden—like this oakleaf hydrangea—and understated white "Baby Boo" pumpkins.

Mix Colors and Neutrals

The barely blue paint color in this living room provides a breezy backdrop for a little sweep of something from the garden—like this oakleaf hydrangea—and understated white "Baby Boo" pumpkins.

Sometimes, more is more! This front porch in Connecticut spares no expense, with a giant wreath, an assortment of gourds, and cozy throw blankets to boot.

Go All Out

Sometimes, more is more! This front porch in Connecticut spares no expense, with a giant wreath, an assortment of gourds, and cozy throw blankets to boot.

Red comes in all forms on this porch: pillows, barn doors, florals, and a stripe in the throw rug. Together, they create a cozy, rustic aesthetic that stands out in fall, but could also last throughout all the seasons.

Don't Be Afraid of Red

Red comes in all forms on this porch: pillows, barn doors, florals, and a stripe in the throw rug. Together, they create a cozy, rustic aesthetic that stands out in fall, but could also last throughout all the seasons.

No need to go overboard: Place two small white pumpkins on an entryway table to greet guests with a smattering of fall spirit.

Add a Pop of Pumpkins

No need to go overboard: Place two small white pumpkins on an entryway table to greet guests with a smattering of fall spirit.

You can quickly transform the feeling of a room by trading out pillows. Opt for plaids and strips with deep hues to add a more autumnal vibe.

Switch Out Pillows

You can quickly transform the feeling of a room by trading out pillows. Opt for plaids and strips with deep hues to add a more autumnal vibe.

Add seasonal curb appeal with these easy DIYs.

For the garland: Cut a piece of ½-inch jute rope to your desired length (add a few extra inches to get the drapey effect at the top) and attach corn husks and silks with a hot-glue gun. (You can also use tamale wrappers.)

For the wreath: Start with a flat-wire 18-inch frame. Hot-glue corn husks (roughly 18) and corncobs (roughly 9) in an alternating pattern. Fray the ends of the corn husks to add more dimension.

Decorate With Corn Husks

Add seasonal curb appeal with these easy DIYs.

For the garland: Cut a piece of ½-inch jute ropeto your desired length (add a few extra inches to get the drapey effect at the top) and attach corn husks and silks with a hot-glue gun. (You can also use tamale wrappers.)

For the wreath: Start with a flat-wire 18-inch frame. Hot-glue corn husks 

(roughly 18) and corncobs (roughly 9) in an alternating pattern. Fray the ends of the corn husks to add more dimension.

French leather club chairs from Wyatt Childs, plus a pair of Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams sofas, serve up plenty of cozy seating in this Georgia lake house.

Create a Rustic Room

French leather club chairsfrom Wyatt Childs, plus a pair of Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams sofas, serve up plenty of cozy seating in this Georgia lake house.

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A gymnastics pommel horse, with its legs shortened, serves as a bench in a mudroom. The seasonal wreath hangs on a framed chalkboard.

Offer Creative Seating

A gymnastics pommel horse, with its legs shortened, serves as a bench in a mudroom. The seasonal wreath hangs on a framed chalkboard.

Wicker pieces, accented with burnt-orange accessories, offer seating on this glassed-in porch. The off-white urn is a TJ Maxx score.

Include Autumnal Colors

Wicker pieces, accented with burnt-orange accessories, offer seating on this glassed-in porch. The off-white urn is a TJ Maxx score.

The owner of this New Jersey home displays fall foliage in transferware atop a 19th-century mahogany dresser in her dining room.

Add Vintage Details

The owner of this New Jersey home displays fall foliage in transferware atop a 19th-century mahogany dresser in her dining room.

Country Willow throws and a wire basket filled with firewood adorn this front porch.

Warm Up Your Outdoor Space

Country Willow throws and a wire basket filled with firewood adorn this front porch.

Hit the road, Jack! Carved pumpkins don't hold a candle to this naturally brilliant idea. Just use ModPodge to découpage a white gourd with pressed leaves. You can harvest the foliage from your own backyard—or online at naturespressed.com.
Plus: The best ways to decorate your pumpkins »

Add Foliage to Pumpkins

Hit the road, Jack! Carved pumpkins don't hold a candle to this naturally brilliant idea. Just use ModPodge to découpage a white gourd with pressed leaves. You can harvest the foliage from your own backyard—or online at naturespressed.com.

The best thing about this sort of autumnal display? There's absolutely no arranging involved. Liza Lubell of Brooklyn's Peartree Flowers simply stripped the leaves from each limb before putting it in a vase. "This treatment highlights the prettiest feature of the plant—its fruit," she explains. Group several different-size vases for even greater visual payoff. You can also try figs or chestnuts.
Plus: 11 more seasonal centerpieces »

Arrange Crabapple Branches

The best thing about this sort of autumnal display? There's absolutely no arranging involved. Liza Lubell of Brooklyn's Peartree Flowers simply stripped the leaves from each limb before putting it in a vase. "This treatment highlights the prettiest feature of the plant—its fruit," she explains. Group several different-size vases for even greater visual payoff. You can also try figs or chestnuts.

Plus: 11 more seasonal centerpieces »

You can create all of these nifty designs using acrylic paint and painter's tape. 
For a two-tone, dipped look, bisect a pumpkin with a strip of tape (angle the tape for a diagonal effect). Use a foam brush to cover one section of your pumpkin with two coats of acrylic paint, allowing 30 minutes of drying time per coat. Remove the tape and discard. Stop there, or repeat the steps to add another color to your pumpkin. 
To form chevron stripes—whether two or tons—link short strips of tape to make the zigzag patterns, using our photo as a guide. Use a foam brush to cover your pumpkin with two coats of acrylic paint, allowing 30 minutes of drying time per coat. Remove the tape and discard. Clean up the edges with a cotton swab if necessary. If you'd like the second color to be different than natural pumpkin orange, fill in using a small paintbrush and contrasting acrylic paint, as we did for the black-and-white pumpkin.

Paint Patterned Pumpkins

You can create all of these nifty designs using acrylic paint and painter's tape.

For a two-tone, dipped look, bisect a pumpkin with a strip of tape (angle the tape for a diagonal effect). Use a foam brush to cover one section of your pumpkin with two coats of acrylic paint, allowing 30 minutes of drying time per coat. Remove the tape and discard. Stop there, or repeat the steps to add another color to your pumpkin.

The owner of this Adirondack-style home lined her mudroom using color copies of seven antique bird prints bought for $7 each, making boots and brightly colored jackets pop against the wall.

Amp Up the Entryway

The owner of this Adirondack-style homelined her mudroom using color copies of seven antique bird prints bought for $7 each, making boots and brightly colored jackets pop against the wall.

The owners of this Vermont home used oak leaf stems, crabapple branches, and a few pumpkins as a quick way to bring fall indoors.

Add Natural Elements

The owners of this Vermont home used oak leaf stems, crabapple branches, and a few pumpkins as a quick way to bring fall indoors.

A roaring fire takes center stage in the living room of this New Hampshire home, furnished with a nubby cream sofa and white slipcovered chairs, both from Crate & Barrel.

Warm a Room

A roaring fire takes center stage in the living room of this New Hampshire home, furnished with a nubby cream sofa and white slipcovered chairs, both from Crate & Barrel.

Let revelers know they're at the right address by emblazoning your house number—and hometown—on pumpkins. First, you'll need number stickers, as well as a decal in the shape of your state . Use Fiskar's star punch to mark your location on the state decal. Apply it to one pumpkin, and the numbers to another, then use a foam brush to cover both pumpkins with two coats of acrylic paint, allowing 30 minutes of drying time per coat. Remove the decals and discard. If you'd like the numbers or state to be a different color than natural pumpkin orange, fill in using a small paintbrush and contrasting acrylic paint, as we did for the green-and-white pumpkin.
What you'll need: Number stickers ($8; etsy.com); State decal ($5; vinyldecals.com); Star punch ($11.50; amazon.com)

Set Out Pride of Place Pumpkins

Let revelers know they're at the right address by emblazoning your house number—and hometown—on pumpkins. First, you'll need number stickersas well as a decal in the shape of your state . Use Fiskar's star punch to mark your location on the state decal. Apply it to one pumpkin, and the numbers to another, then use a foam brush to cover both pumpkins with two coats of acrylic paint, allowing 30 minutes of drying time per coat. Remove the decals and discard. If you'd like the numbers or state to be a different color than natural pumpkin orange, fill in using a small paintbrush and contrasting acrylic paint, as we did for the green-and-white pumpkin.

Birch bark is the key to these autumn "leaves." You'll need twenty-four 6 3/4"W x 20 1/2"L sheets of birch bark, a 20-inch-diameter foam wreath form, and 45 small wooden cubes to act as risers. First, print and cut out our oak- and maple-leaf templates. Trace 75 assorted leaves onto the birch-bark sheets, and cut out. Varying the leaf type, hot-glue 30 leaves onto the wreath form. Then, hot-glue a wooden cube onto the back of each remaining leaf. Using our photo as a guide, hot-glue the cube-backed leaves atop the original leaves.
What you'll need: Birch sheets ($11 for six; save-on-crafts.com); Wreath form, $12; floralsupplier.com); Wooden cubes ($3 for 49; 5/8"; createforless.com)

Dress Your Door with an Autumn Wreath

Birch bark is the key to these autumn "leaves." You'll need twenty-four 6 3/4"W x 20 1/2"L sheets of birch bark, a 20-inch-diameter foam wreath form, and 45 small wooden cubes to act as risersFirst, print and cut out our oak- and maple-leaf templates. Trace 75 assorted leaves onto the birch-bark sheets, and cut out. Varying the leaf type, hot-glue 30 leaves onto the wreath form. Then, hot-glue a wooden cube onto the back of each remaining leaf. Using our photo as a guide, hot-glue the cube-backed leaves atop the original leaves.

Instead of framing pressed foliage, place leaves on card stock. Then affix leaves with spray mount and tack these naturally good-looking pinups into place.
Get the tutorial.

Leaf Art

Instead of framing pressed foliage, place leaves on card stock. Then affix leaves with spray mount and tack these naturally good-looking pinups into place.

Get the tutorial.

Blogger Alice created a door adornment made of Indian corn to balance out the graphic tribal-print textiles below.
See more at Thoughts From Alice.

Decor Doesn't Have to Be Orange

Blogger Alice created a door adornment made of Indian corn to balance out the graphic tribal-print textiles below.

See more at Thoughts From Alice.

The best part about this fall mantel? Its simple, colorful components make it an appropriate display for September, October, and November.

Get the tutorial at Adventures in Decorating.

Think Longterm

The best part about this fall mantel? Its simple, colorful components make it an appropriate display for September, October, and November.

 

Get the tutorial at Adventures in Decorating.

A walkway lined with an eclectic assortment of pumpkins sets the tone for fall decor.

Create a Pumpkin-Lined Trail

A walkway lined with an eclectic assortment of pumpkins sets the tone for fall decor.

You may have a jack-o'-lantern on the porch, but these beauties from the Great Pumpkin Patch in Arthur, Illinois, take the Cucurbita to new heights—especially when elevated on cake stands, a nod to their eventual conversion to a holiday treat.

Display Fall Gourds Under Glass

You may have a jack-o'-lantern on the porch, but these beauties from the Great Pumpkin Patch in Arthur, Illinois, take the Cucurbita to new heights—especially when elevated on cake stands, a nod to their eventual conversion to a holiday treat.