Fall Flower Colors Make a Great Decorating Palette

Have you done any fall decorating yet?  There are a lot of great colors you can use in the fall.  Many people go with the colors found in nature, such as those of the falling leaves and fall flowers.  You can use these gorgeous seasonal colors in a way that will complement the beautiful falling leaves and the crisp weather.

When it comes to colors, dark reds, oranges, and yellows are the standard colors of fall.  You can also use other dark colors.  A dark purple looks nice with red and even some golden yellows.  Dark green and brown are also good options, especially if you’re going with a fall tree kind of color scheme.  You’ll find napkins, paper plates, and candles in these colors, and those are all perfect for a fall get together or for just decorating your home.  You might already have a fall colored table runner and placemats to decorate your table with, but if you don’t, you’ll find some great choices in many department stores.

When it comes to fall flowers, there are a number of great options.  Late blooming flowers are often the best.  Fall Aster is a good option if you want some brighter colors to go with your darker fall shades, although they may not match perfectly.  If you want something that will go with the reds, browns, and yellows of fall, look at Copper Canyon Daisy, Marigold, Mountain Sage, and Goldenrod.  For bright colors, some Lilies, Chrysanthemums, and Caryopteris are nice.  Orange and yellow roses are also a nice fit.

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Fall Decorating Fun

There are many fun decorations you can make for the fall.  Some don’t involve that much work at all, and the whole family can help make them.  Others might require you to get out your trusty glue gun, but even these projects aren’t that complicated.  Here are a few different ideas.

•    Create a table centerpiece using small pumpkins, pine cones, fall-colored candles, fall flowers, and other items.

•    Make a wreath for your front door using items you can find outdoors, such as leaves, small twigs, pine cones, and anything else that reminds you of all.  You don’t have to limit yourself to items found outdoors, either.

•    Carve or paint pumpkins.

•    If you sew, you can always make a few new pillows for the fall, or you can go all-out and make a new quilt.  Other sewing projects include making a new table runner, new placements, or new curtains.

•    Bake some tasty fall foods, like pumpkin pie

•    Make decorations for Halloween or Thanksgiving.  These can be small hand-turkeys made from pinecones or elaborate Halloween creations.  You’re only limited by your imagination and crafting skill!

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