Fall is officially here and it’s time to give your home decor an all-encompassing touch. How to decorate on a budget? We’ve put together some cool and simple ideas that anyone can use.
Do smart shopping
Head to the local thrift stores at the most random times of the year. Fall wreaths seem to pop up on shelves in the middle of spring or summer, so you can get them for just a few dollars. Post-season decor evacuation walkways are great for finding something cool for the next fall season. You get a 30-40% discount and sometimes even up to 70%!
Reuse items for the season
If you have a chalkboard, write a note on it just for fall. Fill a lantern with pine cones. Or if you have a typewriter, stick a printed fall quote in it. Use old shutters to create a bold and inspiring fall sign, or get old boxes or boxes to create a rustic pumpkin display on the porch.
Rely on nature
The autumn and winter seasons are perfect for decorating with natural items and items that add cosiness to the room. Pine cones from the yard, a few branches from the trees, apples from the fruit aisle (or apple tree if you’re really lucky), use whatever you find on a nature walk to spread it out on a table or shelf for dirt cheap (in literally)). Create gorgeous centerpieces, decorations, and even installations of these elements.
Imitation pumpkins, gourds, even leaves, acorns, and other vegetables can be used to decorate your home for fall. The good thing is that you don’t have to keep buying them, you can just take them out of the pantry and start decorating. Get more ideas below!