Celebrate autumn with fall-inspired arrangements around your home.
A well-decorated home for fall brings life to your space. With autumnal arrangements and décor, you channel the magic of fall and bring the changing of the seasons into your environment. Pulling natural elements like garland and deep colors into your living room and dining room simply feels warm and inviting.
The living and dining rooms are both gathering spaces for friends and family. Decorating them will create a jovial atmosphere for all to enjoy. Take a look at these fall home décor and arrangement ideas.
Living Room Arrangements Ideas
Mix and match these décor ideas to create a custom living room arrangement.
Fake Pumpkin Accents
You can’t have fall without pumpkins! Place pumpkin décor on the coffee table, on the mantel, or stacked as an accent.
Drape a fall garland along your fireplace mantel and accent it with a mirror, candles, pumpkins, or another autumn décor.
Dark, dried florals are very versatile. You can weave them together, tuck them into décor, or make a flower arrangement.
Metal Candle Holders or Lanterns
Candles, either real or fake, add a warm glow to your space during the fall. Opt for dark candle holders or metal lanterns.
Cranberry and Pinecone Bowl
Dried cranberries and pine cones feel very late-autumn. Grab a handful of both and place them in a dark wooden bowl to sit on your coffee table.
Dining Room Arrangements Ideas
Mix and match these décor ideas to create a custom dining room arrangement.
Burlap Table Runners
Grab a fall table runner and instantly elevate your dining room table.
Design a beautiful harvest centerpiece with three multi-sized vases and dried florals in each one.
Grab a two or three-tiered display stand and stack pumpkins, pinecones, candles, and other fall accents on each tier.
Garland Table Runner
Add a string of garland on top of your table runner, accenting it with pumpkins and string lights.
Similar to using dried florals, place dried wheatgrass in a vase for a simple dining room arrangement.
How will you decorate your living room and dining room this autumn?