Budget decorating

Cheap and easy fall decorating ideas using natural accents

Cheap and easy fall decorating ideas

Budget decorating

Cheap and easy fall decorating ideas using natural accents

Easily update your home this fall with natural accents that create impact and add texture, without adding to the bills.

 

After summer ends and we all brace for the colder months, we bid farewell to the flower markets and prepare the gardens for hibernation. While we love our tulips and dahlias, there’s something undeniably beautiful in going au natural. We're talking bare bones (or bark in this case). It’s simple, readily available and affordable (possibly even free!). That’s right, decor accents can be found right outside your home! From branches to leaves to moss, there’s an abundance out there just waiting to beautify your home. Not sure how to make sticks look stylish? Not to worry, we have plenty of ways to inspire some new fall decor.

 

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Credits: Angus McRitchie

Branch bundles

Fallen branches are your easiest bet. Gather a bundle and let them create visual interest and add texture in your space

 

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Credits: Carina Olander

Statement branch

Is there a tree hanging precariously low or in the way? Take advantage of some tree trimming and go big with a large branch propped against a wall for some real impact.

 

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Credits: Stacey Brandford

Bright and bold

Not into the bare branch look? Using a large branch with its leaves is not only a great statement, but can also add a luscious dose of colour – especially if the leaves have started to change into those beautiful autumnal oranges and reds.

 

 

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Credits: Angus Fergusson

Rustic red centrepiece 

Speaking of changing leaves, a cluster of rich, red leaves makes for an instant fall centrepiece.

 

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Credits: Janis Nicolay

Pretty in pink

With their sparse pink blooms, magnolia branches make a softer statement when effortlessly displayed in a simple white ceramic jug.

 

 

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Credits: Stacey Brandford

Natural beauty

It doesn’t get any simpler than feathery green branches in a clear glass vase to celebrate their natural beauty. 

 

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Credits: Stacey Brandford

An organic touch

These eucalyptus branches are just as simple, but have a slightly different look and feel. They still add a delightful organic touch, but with a richer, fuller display. 

 

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Credits: Janis Nicolay

Lush assortment

Amp up your greenery by mixing assorted wildflowers with your eucalyptus for a more lush arrangement

 

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Credits: Stacey Brandford

Soft and simple

A simple bouquet of Queen Anne’s lace leaves adds a touch of texture and greenery.  

 

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Credits: Robin Stubbert

Low profile, high impact

If you don’t want the height of branches and leaves impeding views, but still want a burst of natural green colour in your space, a decorative bowl of moss instantly injects life into any space. 

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Budget decorating

Cheap and easy fall decorating ideas using natural accents