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Fun Fall Decorating Ideas

It is that time of year again…fall is just around the corner and it is time to dust off the bins in the garage and get those fall decorations out. There are so many fun ways you can decorate your home in a stylish and festive way for fall. Gourds, pumpkins, fall foliage and pine cones are a few popular themes that can serve as an inspiration. Unfortunately, our warm weather here in Arizona tends to shorten the display life of real gourds and pumpkins…luckily retailers provide some trendy artificial pumpkin and gourd options. You can mix and match these elements together across your mantel or you can stagger them artfully at the entrance of your home with a fun welcome sign or some potted fall plants. Use all cream for a more modern look or brightly colored orange for a more fall feel. Garland made of over-sized pine cones, fall leaves or greenery secured with florist wire can be incorporate into a mantel or displayed on your entryway table or down a staircase to provide additional colors and textures.

Fall decorating doesn’t have to cost a lot…chances are you have items around your house that can be transformed and used when decorating. With a few fun inexpensive additions, you can make those items fit into your seasonal decorating. It is easy to add a fun fall banner to an entryway mirror or a burlap bow to an existing front door wreath. With Pinterest, ideas are limitless and makes it easy to bring the warm colors of fall into your home with some simple decorating projects. Again, when decorating for different seasons and holidays it is important to always get the most bang for your buck…pick one look that will carry from September to November. In October, you can always incorporate a few Halloween pieces into your décor to give your home a Spooktacu

lar home feel. Checkout Raegen Johnson Group’s Fall Decorating Pinterest Board for some inspiring fall decorating ideas.

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