Fall is the best time of year to get outside and enjoy your home’s outdoor living space. From the glow of dusk in the shorter days to the flickering of candlelight and snuggling by a warm fire.
Welcome friends and family to your home with a simple fall festive entry made up of harvest gourds or mum filled urns.
Gatherings and Fall Tablescapes
There is nothing quite like spending time with friends and family, eating good food and taking in the crisp Fall air while living life outdoors in the Fall. Make the transition from Summer to Fall by changing throw pillows, tabletop centerpieces, mantel & front door decor.
Make the transition from Summer to Fall by changing throw pillows, tabletop centerpieces, mantel & front door decor.
Before the winter chill or snow starts to fall, take your indoor rooms outside and prepare meals at an outdoor kitchen. Open your windows and doors and let the fresh air in!
Autumn is all about embracing nature and warm earthy tones – browns, golds, and oranges make up the colors of the season.
Create engaging gatherings around festive tablescapes. Decorate your outdoor dining tables with harvest and rustic elements which will create beautiful and welcoming Fall accents.
Enjoy an Outdoor Fireplace
Before getting your pool prepared for winter why not enjoy the last good days of Fall with friends and family by the pool?
Roast s’mores around the fireplace and sip wine with friends in your outdoor living area decorated for Fall.
Add an Autumn wreath like the one above to your fireplace mantel and your front door.
Take advantage of the changing colors in Autumn as the warmer months come to an end. The burnt orange cushions have been added for fall and they look striking against the black metal furniture.
Message pillows are always fun to include in you mix of pillows. Toss them on benches or outdoor furniture.
Explore the Colors of Fall
Fill your flower beds with fall foliage and start a fall garden of pumpkins and squash. You might also like Decorate Your Front Porch for Fall.
This guy will help keep all the critters away and work double duty as a decoration for Halloween!
Place a flag in your front yard with the colors of the season and have it personalized.
Above all, hurry now and enjoy outdoor living for Fall, before it passes you by in the blink of an eye.
Photo credits: David Fuller, Houzz, Ekaterina Muganlinskaya, Pier One, Etsy, Greige, Pierre Rattini, Common Ground, Jennifer Carroll, Pinterest