Decorating for fall

Various fresh ripe pumpkins as background, top view. Holiday decoration

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Various fresh ripe pumpkins as background, top view. Holiday decoration

Kensley V, Student writer

Whether you’re changing your interior or exterior decor, you can hang fall decor as early as late August and throughout the holiday season. The best option is to put up fall decor in September or October, once the weather starts changing.

Regarding this, when should you put out fall decorations?

When to Decorate for Fall:

When the leaves begin to change colors and the air starts to cool is the best time to pull out fall decor. If you want to get a head start or live in a place that doesn’t see much seasonal change, late August is acceptable too. Decorating a home inside and out can take a lot of time.

How do you decorate for fall:

Elevate the traditional fall decor with softer hues like white. Go for a modern look with bold patterns and type. Try a preppy look with white pumpkins and gingham ribbon. Decorate your front door with some autumn colors using this minimalist DIY fall wreath.

Is it too early to decorate for Halloween?

The most popular time to start decorating for Halloween is within the first two weeks of October. However, you can start putting up decorations for Halloween as early as late September. You should also consider the scale of your Halloween decorations when deciding on a timeline.

How do I decorate my front porch in the fall?

One of the simplest ways to decorate your front porch for fall is to make the front door the focal point. Add a modern wreath and flank the front door with matching oversized planters that can display pumpkin topiaries, tall grasses or a collection of colorful foliage.