A Charming Fall Entryway
Layers of harvest-inspired elements, like glass pumpkins, organic textures and a natural wreath, add autumnal charm to this quaint entryway for the season.

Layered Wreath
Doors aren’t the only places for hanging wreaths. Get creative with your fall decor by layering wreaths onto year-round pieces. Here, a festive fall wreath on top of an oversized mirror greets guests right when they walk in the door.

Bare Tree Accents
Bring a touch of natural fall style to your home with a sculptural, tree-shaped coat rack. The bare tree limbs keep cold-weather essentials within arm’s reach while making a contemporary design statement.

Glass Pumpkins
If you’re short on time for carving your own pumpkins this season, consider no-maintenance alternatives. Here, a pair of amber-hued glass pumpkins add a traditional harvest touch to this entryway table. Plus, they light up!

Cozy Accent Rugs
Change your underfoot for the cold-weather seasons with a simple swap of thicker, more durable doormats and throw rugs. For something more family friendly, stick with rugs that have a coarse texture to help mask wear and tear.

Warm Welcoming
Bring a touch of ambiance to your front porch with iron lanterns. For maximum visual impact, group the lanterns together and choose coordinating pillar candles.

Wheat Bundles
Take a classic, organic approach to your fall decorating with bales of wheat. Near entryways and doors, group wheat in various heights and odd numbers for a simple yet sculptural look.

Candle Grouping
Add a grouping of colored pillar candles on a console or entryway table that vary in heights and hues. It’s simple and inviting.

Cut Berries
Not sure what kind of flowers to showcase this fall? Use cut berry branches right from your yard! Create a unique look by displaying a variety of berry stems in containers of differents heights and styles.

Rustic Touches
Add woodsy touches to your fall decor with rustic accents. Here, a carved wooden squirrel complements an arrangement of Dusty Miller inside a burlap-wrapped container. Aged woods, burlap and chalkboard are adaptable materials that add rustic charm with a sophisticated touch.

Vintage Charm
Put cherished heirlooms on display by grouping collected items together and adding seasonal flair with flowers, greenery or organic finds from your yard. This offers a chance to put a fresh spin on items that are used year round.

Potted Greenery
If you’re looking to add a centerpiece to your table without the expense of cut floral, consider using potted greenery. This look can be formal by using more elegant ceramic pots, or more casual and classic by using basic terra-cotta containers.

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