Get Your Home Ready For The Festive Season
With Thanksgiving right around the corner, it might be helpful to round up the most popular Fall decor trends of 2017. Having family over for the holidays but don’t know what to decorate your mantle with, how about centerpiece ideas? No worries, because these seven trends are sure to inspire!
Looking for a way to freshen up your Fall decor? Succulents are your answer! Coming in various sizes, shapes and colors, these plants are extremely versatile. Whether you’re looking to add an organic feel to your centerpiece or table setting, the combinations are endless with these natural decorations.
Not Orange Pumpkins
Who said pumpkin decor has to be orange? This season it’s all about white, green and pastel pumpkins! Alternating colors add dimension to centerpieces, and a line of bright white pumpkins creates a chic look. Whether your style is rustic or modern, these pumpkins are a must-have.
Want to bring more natural decor items into your home, then twigs are for you! With earthy vibes and great texture, these decorations are perfect for adding warmth to your decor. From woven pumpkins to rustic wreaths, this decor trend is extremely versatile and can fit anyone’s style.
Antlers are huge this season. Both rustic and chic, this whimsical style seems to be everywhere. Add antler accents to wreaths, weave them throughout centerpieces, or place them among your mantle, this decoration goes with everything. The best part is you can transition them into your winter decor plans!
Calling all farmhouse and cottage style fans, we’ve found the perfect decoration for you! Cotton stems are back, and in a big way. Not only are they easy to incorporate with most decor ideas, but with pops of fluffy white they also add different textures to arrangements.
Celebrate the harvest with these organic decorations. Wrap them in burlap for the perfect rustic look, or add pops of color to their stems for a more playful style, this natural decoration is truly eye-catching. With feathery tips that make you want to reach out and touch them, wheat centerpieces create an unbelievable texture and look to any table.
Traditional wreaths are so last year, this Fall it’s all about asymmetrical ones. Inspired by the current less is more trend, these decorations feature embellishments on only one side, creating a unique and refined look. The best part is they’re easy to DIY!
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