Fall is a great time to change out decorations and bring some color onto your deck. Incorporate a cozy and welcoming autumn entryway into your front porch designs, or add some fun decorations and flowers to your outdoor deck. There’s no shortage of ideas or ways to make your outdoor spaces look great, but here are some ideas to get you started:
Color – There are plenty of ways to add color to brighten up your deck. Add some pumpkins in a variety of sizes to the corners of your deck, or try lining them along one side of your deck with a mixture of pumpkins and potted flowers. Make a family craft by carving or painting pumpkins and display the results on your deck. You can also transform your pumpkins to doing double duty by turning them into fall planters. And for your outdoor furniture, why not switch out your regular outdoor cushions and pillows for some bold patterned ones?
Nature – Since your deck is obviously outside, go ahead and use what’s already outside to decorate. Mums come in a variety of beautiful fall colors, such as oranges, yellows, and rusty reds. Get creative and place the mums in rustic wooden baskets, an old wagon, or apple crates for added interest. You could also use a bowl of apples, berries, pinecones or acorns (or a mix!) as a centerpiece on a table.
Decorations and Beyond – Extend the decorating all around your deck by wrapping an autumn leaf garland around your deck railings. And don’t forget about your underdecking! Larger decorations, like corn shocks, bales of hay, or scarecrows would be perfect additions to that space underneath your deck.
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