I love decorating our home with farmhouse fall decor. Did you know there is one type of fall decor that you can use to decorate your entire house?
Can you guess what it is?
Farmhouse Fall Decor
So what’s the answer?
Fall florals and floral branches!
They are an easy way to instantly add a touch of fall to your home. In fact, fall florals, branches, and wreaths can be the only fall decor you use to decorate your home.
And it will look amazing!
Fall colors are some of my favorites. Rich reds, fiery oranges, pinks, and warm golds. Our home comes alive with all of the gorgeous fall colors.
While it is still quite warm outside, fall is beginning to creep in. School is back in session, soccer fields are filled with brightly colored jerseys bobbing and weaving around, college football is right around the corner, and cooler temperatures are hopefully here soon!
Decorating my home for fall always helps me make the transition and fall florals are absolutely gorgeous.
While traditional fall florals like applies and cotton stems add an instant fall feel, I think my favorite fall floral is faux red and orange pomegranates. The colors are absolutely spectacular and are perfect for any fall color palette. These vibrant fall colors are perfect for an instant pop of fall.
Pomegranate branches have become a staple in my farmhouse fall decor.
Aren’t these branches gorgeous?
A Tip for Faux Branches, Florals, and Leaves
A quick tip for faux florals, never cut the bottoms of the faux branches or stems, simply bend them to the length of the vase or vessel that you are arranging them in. Bending the branches/stems will preserve the length so that you can use them again and again in any size container.
This may be one of the easiest arrangements ever. For this arrangement, I bent the bottoms of the branches to various lengths, placed them in a white ceramic crock, added a few faux greens and I was done!
I collected the containers a few years back and I love to use them still.
I love reusing Rae Dunn pieces for a purpose other than what they were originally intended for! The crock above is a coffee canister. I just spin it around so that you don’t see the words printed on it.
For those of you who collected Rae Dunn for years, I am curious if you still use it? Did you hold on to it? Do you repurpose it? Do you use it as intended? Is it packed away in boxes in the basement/garage? Please let me know!
Favorite Faux Fall Branches
Branches create a perfect fall feel. Perhaps it is the woodiness of the branches or the reds, oranges, and golds of the fruits and berries that adorn them that make me think of pumpkin patches and hot apple cider.
I have curated some of my favorite faux fall branches for you here!
Favorite Faux Fall Leaves
Sometimes it can feel a little intimidating with the vast number of choices available for farmhouse fall decor online. I am a huge fan of faux florals, leaves, and wreaths. If you have had a negative experience with faux florals in the past, please give them another try. Faux is not what it used to be!
When I share items with you that I have purchased and used in my home, I want you to know that you can also purchase them confidently and decorate your home beautifully.
Favorite Faux Fall Wreaths
Adorning a window, door, or wall with a fall wreath is a perfect way to introduce farmhouse fall decor into your home. Wreaths are not just for doors! I love to hang wreaths inside on my windows and walls. When the morning and afternoon light filters through the windows, the wreaths take on an almost magical quality, lighting up the room with fall colors.
Everything Else Fall Decor
There are so many ways to add fall to your home. I shared my latest pumpkin craft last week. It might just be one of my favorite crafts, I love how they turned out and they were so, so easy to make! In case you missed it, you can find my post on pumpkins decoupaged with fall-colored napkins here.
Easy and inexpensive ways to add fall to your home are faux pomegranates, faux apples, or faux persimmons piled in a copper bowl or wooden bowl.
Swapping out your pillow covers with fall-colored ones, and setting the table with copper chargers and candlesticks that reflect and amplify the surrounding fall colors are other easy ways to transition your home to fall.
I also love to make my own fall pillow covers. You can find the post on how to make a fall pumpkin pillow cover here.
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I hope you’ve found some inspiration to help you create your own farmhouse fall decor. There are so many possibilities for bringing the rustic charm of fall into your home, and it doesn’t have to be expensive or difficult.
You can make a lot of these decorations yourself, buy them online, or, like me, do both! What matters is that you take the time to add some cozy autumn touches to your home and enjoy the season!
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