Add an autumnal touch to an open bookcase with silk fall leaves, which you can find at your local craft store. Whether they're pressed inside a picture frame or strategically placed along the shelves, autumn-colored leaves are sure to pump up the fall factor.
Fall decorating doesn't have to be expensive, especially if your material of choice is paper. Book pages, framed silhouettes and a colorful pennant banner make an inexpensive impact in this living room.
Less Is More
Create a fresh, fall look with an orange-and-white palette. Here, white furniture and accessories, paired with
Pedestals and Pennants
Pumpkins on pedestals and pennant banners made from fall-themed scrapbook paper or fabric will give an open hutch a healthy hint of autumn with a few orange accents creates a sophisticated balance.
Keep it simple with an elegant display of white, or ghost, pumpkins. For visual interest, stagger the heights by using stacks of old books or vintage scales as pedestals.
Faux pumpkins and gourds painted in a monochromatic color scheme adds understated elegance to this mantel.
Birds of a Feather
Pinecones, gourds, pheasant feathers and artificial owls add an organic, woodsy touch to this rustic, fall vignette.
Mason Jar Sconces
Create quick-and-easy wall sconces this fall with a pair a vintage jars and some twine. Suspended from cup hooks in the ceiling and filled with cinnamon sticks and LED candles, these temporary sconces add warmth.
Weathered wood, antlers, rope and time-worn finishes make for a beautifully rustic, fall mantel display.
Inexpensive cheese cloth, skulls, a black wreath and decorative moss create one spook-tacular display