12 Quick And Easy Fall Decorations For Your Home

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Prep your home for the season with these quick and easy fall decorations for both indoors and outdoors.  These 12 inspiring ideas will get your creative fall juices flowing!

If you’re looking for ideas for easy fall decorations, you’ve come to the right place!  Each of these quick ideas can be put together in just a few minutes.

easy fall decorating ideas using dried hydrangeas in a vase

The idea here, is to keep things quick and easy, so if you’re in a busy season of life right now and need some fall inspiration, these 12 ideas are sure to help!

EASY FALL WREATH IDEAS

It may seem that the easiest way to get a wreath for your front door is to just run to the store to buy one.  Can I disagree?  If you’re shopping on a budget, like I always am, what you’ll usually find in the stores looks sloppy, skimpy and thrown together.

I’d much, much rather use the same amount of time (or less!) that it took me to go to the store to make my own.  And when it comes to making your own easy wreath, grapevine wreaths are your  best friend!

With a grapevine wreath, you usually don’t have to do any gluing or wiring to add foliage to the wreath.  Simply poke faux foliage stems in between the branches of the wreath.  How easy is that?!?!

TIPS FOR CREATING A CHARMING FALL FRONT PORCHeasy fall decorating with a grapevine wreath

WELCOME TO FALL ON MY FRONT PORCH

easy fall decorating with a grapevine wreath

SIMPLE FALL FOYER DECOR

 

FAST FALL CENTERPIECES

Putting together a fall centerpiece doesn’t have to be complicated or time consuming.  Each one of these ideas came together in 10 minutes or less!  Click HERE for even more fall centerpiece ideas.

I always recommend placing your centerpiece on a base of some kind.  It could be a runner, a tray, a basket, a bread board or anything else that will “ground” the look of your arrangement.

2 FIVE MINUTE FALL CENTERPIECESYou only need to tweak an existing centerpiece a little bit to make it fall ready || Worthing Court

FALL BREAKFAST ROOM

quick and easy fall centerpiece with fall colored candles and fall picks in a long wooden box

FALL SHELF DECOR + AN EASY CENTERPIECE

easy fall decorating with a fall centerpiece

FAST AND EASY FALL VIGNETTES

Vignettes are one of my favorite easy fall decorating ideas!  They are usually the first thing to catch someone’s eye as they enter a room and can be thrown together in nothing flat.  Get step-by-step directions for how to create a fall vignette HERE

Old wooden crates are the perfect color and texture for decorating with during the fall!  Think outside the box (no pun intended) and try standing a crate on its end with a lantern and fall candle placed inside.

HOW TO DECORATE WITH VIGNETTES FOR FALLfast and easy fall vignette with a wooden crate, lantern and mum

Tiered trays are the absolute best when it comes to corralling lots of itty bitty bits of fall decor that would just look like a bunch of clutter if randomly placed on a surface.

FALL DECOR ON MY KITCHEN SIDEBOARDTiered galvanized metal tray decorated for fall

Talk about easy fall decorations!  It doesn’t get much easier than placing a pumpkin on a stack of plates under a glass cloche.

FALL DECOR ON MY KITCHEN SIDEBOARD

QUICK FALL PORCH DECOR

We all know that using mums and pumpkins makes decorating a front porch super simple, but how about displaying them in a unique way?  Or, how about not using mums at all?

The below urn arrangement may look complicated, but it isn’t!  Simply place a grapevine wreath on top of the urn, add a lantern to middle and poke faux fall foliage picks in between the branches of the wreath.

fast and easy fall urn decorating idea

Trying cascading a variety of different colored mums and pumpkins down a set of steps for a welcoming fall “pathway” to your front door.

TIPS FOR CREATING A CHARMING FALL FRONT PORCH

different colors of mums and pumpkins on porch steps

You don’t even need to re-pot or change out your container plants for fall.  In this container, where I usually keep ivy growing year round, I added a few pots of coleus and a few pumpkins right on top of the soil.

12 CUTE IDEAS TO CREATE A WELCOMING FALL ENTRY

quick and easy fall outdoor container

Always remember – decorating should be fun, not a chore.  So use these easy fall decorating ideas all around your own home!

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31 Comments

  1. Love all these fall ideas!

    1. Marilene Romualdo Batista da Silva says:

      Wonderful!

  2. Great ideas for easy fall decorating!

  3. Anne Marie says:

    Beautiful ideas – thanks!

  4. Christiane says:

    Love your fall decorations. Great ideas !

  5. kedra sugg says:

    Thank you for all “this”! Why does September always shock me with how busy it is? After summer I’m ready to settle in, read, watch sports, drink tea, – but yes, I’m overwhelmed instead. You’ve helped me with these ideas – I have plenty of “faux” to use and can’t wait to buy some wooden beads and string them – sounds like the therapy I need!

  6. Frances Cox says:

    What awesome ideas! I’ve picked up several new ways to use what I have. Love your creativity. Happy Fall!

  7. Veronica R says:

    Great post! Take a break and watch a good fall movie with some hot chocolate and popcorn. That always gets me inspired for fall projects (sewing, knitting and decorating). 5 kids, 2 part-Time jobs and a farm….. I know busy! Can’t wait to hear about your project!

  8. This makes me want to decorate for fall!!!

  9. I’m with you on the “plate overflowing” situation. However – your ideas have jump started my creative side. I love fall and can’t wait to get going. Thank you!!

  10. So many of your vignettes sparked a thought about my own decorations that are “stashed away” … ! I especially want to find a supply of assorted wooden beads to string … Thinking that large toy depts. might be a place to find something, too!?! I know they have had a line at Target with extremely colorful (and very lunusual colors), soft plastic that are quite special, but I”m not sure about wood? ( I think it’s worth a look, though!)
    Again, thanks for the inspiration!

  11. Great ideas. Ready for all things pumpkin!

  12. Jovanna Kellough says:

    Thanks for the easy fall decorating ideas 🙂

  13. Thank you for making fall decorating sound simple. Now I am motivated to start decorating instead of being overwhelmed.

  14. Nancy Booher says:

    Love all your fall ideas. I am so ready now to decorate for the season. Thank you.

  15. nancy dempsey says:

    I love the basket with the sticks and throw. Great idea!

  16. Audrey Stewart says:

    It won’t let me comment!

  17. Audrey Stewart says:

    Finally! I can comment. As I said in first comment, I love the centerpiece. Also the front porch. I like how you set up the pumpkins. I also love the terrarium. I have those 3 candle holders that are silver. I will use that idea for mine.

  18. Heather Anne says:

    Thank you for the inspiration – I am so excited to get started on fall decor now!

  19. Love all these ideas! Now where is that dough bowl of mine?

  20. Julie Briones says:

    Thanks for the inspiration! Lovely, as always!

  21. M.J. Gill says:

    Thanks to your great blog, we’ve spent the last three months stripping wallpaper, painting (walls AND furniture) and putting in new flooring in three rooms. I’m ready for simplified fall decorating and a good movie! Whew! Thanks for the fall ideas…I have most of the “stuff”, just need to get some of it out!

  22. These fall ideas are great and I will use some of them. I love your candle sticks and pumpkins.

  23. Dianne Lanier says:

    Your fall ideas are wonderful! You always make the simplest things look great!

  24. I like all 11 esp the basket w throw, twigs, pumpkins

  25. Love these simple fall ideals. time for me to get decorating. Thanks!.

  26. Jane Pickett says:

    Loving all your vignettes for Fall.

  27. Your house looks beautiful. I love the basket of flowers on the door and the way you have lifted the pumpkins with the grapevine wreath and berries. That’s very clever. All the touches of yellow with the squash/gourds brighten up everything. Love it!