My Fall Decor

Fall Decor

With Halloween just around the corner (Can you believe it??),  it seemed like a good time to share my fall decor.  For the fall season, I find that a little goes a long way.  By just adding a few items to a buffet table,  fireplace, or front porch area, you can easily give your home a touch of fall.

This year I didn’t actually buy anything new, but I did change things up in the way I decorated from previous years.  Take a look around and let me know what you think. (Also, be sure to take a look at this collection of 15 Fall Subway Art Printables if you’re in need of some cheap decor options.)

Fall Decor 4

First I’d like for you to meet my family of scare crows.  In the past I’ve used ties to strap these guys to posts of our porch, but since we got this bench earlier this year, I decided to let them hang out here.

Fall Decor 3

 I had a ton of faux leaves that I’ve decorated the porch with in the past, so I nestled them here among the scarecrows to add some more color.

Fall Decor 6

I just threw out all of my faux pumpkins last summer, as they were looking kinda gross after years of outdoor use.  Luckily for me, my dad brought me this real pumpkin and mum by the other day.

Fall Gourd Wreath

 When you knock on my door, you’ll be greeted by this gourd wreath, one of my favorites in my wreath collection.

Halloween Shelf

And inside I’ve decorated the top of my China cabinet.  I made the Trick or Treat Garland myself.  And the rest is a mix of things I’ve bought from various retailers, including thrift stores.

Fall Subway Art

After much deliberation, I decided to print out this fall subway art the other day.

Halloween Decor

And these are all thrift store deals that I found, except for the owl, which came from CVS last year.

Fall Decor 2

 And here more thrift store finds, except for the pumpkin, which came from Walmart, I believe.

Fall decor 5

Hope you enjoyed this little tour.  Happy, happy happy Fall!



  1. Looks like you are ready for a perfect Halloween party. 🙂 . Really enjoyed this little tour.

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