These Fall Decorations Will Transform Your House Without You Looking Like A Basic Instagram Girl
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These Fall Decorations Will Transform Your House Without You Looking Like A Basic Instagram Girl

These decoration ideas will have you falling in love with the season!

These Fall Decorations Will Transform Your House Without You Looking Like A Basic Instagram Girl

The days are getting shorter, the nights are getting colder, and the scent of pumpkin spice everything is in the air. That's right, fall is finally here! This is one of the best times of the year, and what better way to celebrate than by completely immersing your house in the colors of the season? Decorations are some of the best ways to celebrate fall, so here are some of the best and prettiest ways to decorate your home as you light your scented candles and cuddle up in your mountain of blankets as you prepare for those cozy nights.

1. A harvest centerpiece

The dining room table is at the center of every household, so it deserves to have one of the most beautiful fall decorations of all time! This is a decoration to customize in any way you want. Add a lantern, pumpkin, leaves, or a scented candle to bring some fall beauty to the center of your home.

2. Decorative pillows

A pillow with a cute saying is the perfect addition to any living room. This pillow would be the perfect thing to snuggle up to while you're under a mound of blankets watching "Hocus Pocus" for the twentieth time.

3. Carved pumpkins

This is a cute decoration and fun activity all rolled up into one. You can have a fun night decorating pumpkins with your friends and family and then put them on display for the whole neighborhood to see. There's no better way to spend a fall night than making your own decorations.

4. A fall wreath

A wreath is the best way to welcome your guests to a home full of fall cheer. This is another decoration that you can customize any way you want to. Add a pretty bow, a ghost in honor of Halloween, or as many pumpkins as you want. It's all up to you!

5. A letterboard with fall quotes

Letterboards are one of the best decorations to have in your home already, so fall is the perfect opportunity to decorate them for the season! Make them as witty or as poetic as you want, anything you write will be amazing.

6. An outdoor sign

A wreath isn't the only way to brighten up your porch for fall! Signs for pumpkin patches or warning guests to "Enter...if you dare!" for Halloween are some of the cutest ways to decorate your home. It sets the mood before your friends even walk through the door.

7. Pinecones and fairy lights

There is no sweeter decoration than fairy lights, and combining them with nature makes them even sweeter! Put them in a bowl or jar and brighten up any room you're in.

8. Fall flowers

Flowers are a staple in decorating your home, so be sure to get some in fall colors! Some great flowers for fall are chrysanthemums, asters, violas, and black-eyed Susans. Put them in a pumpkin to make your home even more festive.

9. A fall-themed welcome mat

As everyone knows, football is the best part of fall. What better way to celebrate the best sport of all time than putting up a football decoration? Football games are serious business, too, so it's best that your guests know you're probably not going to answer the door while the game is on.

10. An owl figurine

Fall has some of the cutest and greatest animals in the world. What would fall be without owls? These are some adorable and colorful little critters to add your collection and will make your home feel like a forest.

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