Rustic Fall DIY Decor

  • October 02, 2015

Decorating for fall isn’t just about ghosts, goblins, and the oh so lovely cobwebs that end up all over you and your house. One of the greatest things about this time of year is the warm, welcoming, earthy tones. The best part is that you don’t need to spend an arm and a leg decorating this season! Some of the best home accessories can be found right outside your front door.


Do you have an old fence lying around or one that will no longer keep the dog out? At The Picket Fence creates the perfect mantel decoration from a re-purposed picket fence and twig wreaths. This gorgeous DIY project is sure to make a statement living room piece as well as put you in the mood to cozy up next to the fire.


The sun may be going down earlier but that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy the pleasant Fall nights outside. Splash of Something shows you how to make this Pinterest inspired twine lantern using everyday household items. Such a fun and easy way to brighten up your Fall!


There is something wonderful about this time of year that makes you stop and reflect on what you are grateful for. What better way to remind yourself of your blessings than a beautiful, nature inspired DIY project? Simply Vintage Girl shares steps on how to construct The Thankful Tree out of assorted nuts, chalk, and sticks. Whether you keep this decoration up during the Autumn season or all year round, it is sure to be a topic of positive conversation.


Are you looking for a way to display extra candles without all of the candle clutter? This quick and easy DIY project from Joann is the perfect decoration for any home. Great for a centerpiece, coffee table, or window sill, this candle holder is a great way to bring the outside in.

falling-leavesWant the rustic Fall look without any of the work? Our Falling Leaves Wall Decal is the easiest way to bring nature decor to your home (without any of the dirt!) Create the effect of a windy Fall day while remaining cozy and warm!


We hope these rustic decor suggestions helped get you excited for this wonderful season and inspired you to bring some outside elements into your home. Luckily, most of the projects can be done with little to no extra materials and can make for a great afternoon DIYing with friends or family. Happy crafting!


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