I really love all of the seasons, and that in the UK, we get to see all of the seasons. I try to add a hint of each season in the home with a table centrepiece of having things like wreaths on the door. Autumn is such a lovely season, full of colour and outdoor accessories, so there are plenty of things to give some inspiration if you want to bring some of the season into your home.
If you’re looking for some new ideas online, so here are a few of my favourites that I found. It doesn’t have to cost a lot to add a few autumnal decor in your home.
I was at a wedding around this time last year, and as the decor, they used large bundles of wheat tied up, and it looked so pretty. Very simple and natural, but super effective. Perfect for a table centrepiece that gives a subtle nod to the season.
Gold spray paint and some lace and ribbon? So much prettier and classier for a table centrepiece. Love the simplicity of just being on a tray with a burlap runner. Chic and stylish.
Why carve the pumpkins if you don’t have to? Painting them white instead of carving them can give them such a chic and stylish look. Again, not too in-your-face. Mixed with a few other accessories and it looks stunning.
By just using some twigs and sticks, a cute wreath on the door would look striking but really simple. It is halloween and autumn, but not too in-your-face. Love it.
Maple Leaf and Pumpkin Lantern
These are simple but look really effective. Some pound shop leaves (if you didn’t want to gather your own), and decorate a lantern with. The small pumpkins and pinecones mix look fantastic too.
I love the simplicity of these cute flowerpot pumpkins. Carve out as you would, but then fill with some seasonal flowers. It would look stunning as a table centrepiece too.
If you’re about as crafty as I am, then this is an inexpensive way to decorate your door, using things that area already found outside.
This is so simple but really effective. Could use indoors as well as outdoors. With some ribbon, pinecones and a glue gun, it would be pretty quick and easy to make too.
Love this alternative to pumpkins, but still perfect seasonal. Cut out space for tea lights and you’re good to go. Would look fab for a dinner party or for something like Thanksgiving dinner.
Do you have any favourites here? Would love to hear what you think!
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