Fall Home Décor Ideas


Embrace everything you love about autumn and spruce up your home for the season with fall decorations.

Interior Entryway


To make your home warm and inviting, hang a fall wreath or swag with an adjustable wreath hanger or magnetic wreath hanger (if you have a steel door) on your door. Next, fill an urn planter with an urn filler and pumpkin stacks. Or you could place starlight spheres in the urn planter to give your entryway a shimmery glow. Also, if when you walk into your home, you have stairs leading to the second floor, you can add fall decorations to the area. For example, you could tie lighted stairway swag to your stair railing. Or, lay a fall inspired area rug on the floor. Put a console table or pre-lit faux hay bales (stack these on top of each other) on it and place grapevine pumpkin stacks in various sizes upon them. That’s all there is to it. Your entryway will look more attractive with these fall decorations!


Just imagine you and your loved ones cozying up to a warm fire as you watch the leaves fall. To make it more special, give your fireplace a new look with fall harvest decor such as our Pre-Lit Fall Foliage Collection fall harvest decor. Start by hanging a fall wreath on the wall above your mantel. And on the mantel, place garland, glass pumpkins along with and variously sized wood candle holders with faux LED wax candles. You may even want to scatter a few small gourds around the candles. If you have built-in bookcases on either side of your fireplace or even side tables, dress them up with grapevine glitter pumpkins. Know this: your mantel will shine with the colors of fall.

Thanksgiving Table Centerpiece

When it comes to Thanksgiving decorations, you can’t forget about the centerpiece for your dining table. For example, get a fall wreath and place a faux/flameless LED wax candle on a wood candle holder in the middle. Another option is to place pre-lit glass pumpkins of various sizes on your Thanksgiving table. And, of course, sprinkle faux fall leaves around them. Furthermore, you could put LED pillar candle lanterns (take the candle out and add mini-lights) and lighted glass pumpkins on your Thanksgiving table. No matter which centerpiece you choose, your dining table will look incredible.

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