Halloween and Thanksgiving – How To Decorate Your Home ?
The best fall outdoor decorations can stay on display from harvest to Halloween. Add to the natural beauty of your backyard with stylish pumpkin decorations and bright window boxes filled with hardy flowers. Our versatile fall outdoor decorating ideas span the season from September through Thanksgiving—plus, many displays can be brought indoors and used as fall centerpieces during seasonal entertaining. So let’s dive in and see how you can make your backyard or garden look better than ever before!
MAKE A PUMPKIN PLANTER
Spruce up your outdoor space with a chic pumpkin decoration that's blossoming with fall florals. The easy decoration thrives with a combination of autumn flowers, ornamental grasses, and sweet-smelling herbs. This DIY outdoor planter is perfect for your Halloween porch or can be used as subtle backyard decor throughout the fall season.
BACKYARD HOLIDAY GETAWAY
Decorate your back patio in a mix of warm hues and bright fall colors—this effortless backyard decor theme will last from Halloween through Thanksgiving. Buy fall mums and other seasonal plants that fit your color scheme, but don't stop there! Make your patio furniture and pillows match your plants and pots for a seasonal look that's both fun and cohesive.
AUTUMN RAFFIA WREATH
Take the simple approach to fall outdoor decorating with our autumn-inspired wreath. All you need are orange-color raffia, thin-gauge wire, and an unadorned twig wreath for this easy, eye-catching decoration. Bundle strands of raffia and pinch in the middle. Twist wire around the pinched center and attach to the wreath. Continue all the way around the wreath, being sure to fluff both sides of the raffia bundles so they flow in the same direction as the twigs.
FLOWERS AND GRAPEFRUIT
Bring a touch of glam to your Thanksgiving with a sparkly table dressing and bright flowers that deviate from the typical autumn palette. This centerpiece uses a variety of pink, yellow, red, white and orange flowers, and is flanked by sunny and seasonal grapefruit.
If you're looking to move away from more traditional Thanksgiving decor, try a rustic look for a dining table or an entryway console. For inspiration, consider this design featuring an eclectic display of branches covered in colorful flowers and berries.
FLANNEL THANKSGIVING TABLE
Few patterns say "cozy fall" better than classic flannel, and in this table it starts in both the tablecloth and the salad plates. The pattern is complemented with brass candlesticks and flatware, plus classic fall motifs like crisp yellow leaves and white baby pumpkins.
CREATE AN ACCENT WALL IN YOUR BACKYARD OR HOME
If you really want a different Halloween or Thanksgiving décor, try 3D wall panels. You can paint them in any color you want, so it helps to create the environment you are seeking for. The best thing that you can keep the panels in your backyard as long as you want, all year long - they are not afraid of weather changes or rain. Imagine dark painted 3D panels decorated with little pumpkins, web and spiders or just like in this picture. Doesn’t that look spooky?