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10 Understated (and Totally Beautiful) Fall Decor Ideas

10 Understated (And Totally Beautiful) Fall Decor Ideas

When you look up "fall decor" on Pinterest, a lot of over-the-top, cheesy stuff comes up (in my opinion). So today I wanted to share some inspiration that would appeal to those of you who err on the side of simple and sophisticated. Read on for ten gorgeous ideas!   

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10 Understated (And Totally Beautiful) Fall Decor Ideas

1. Try going metallic for a modern look on your front steps. [Photo: Twig & Thistle]

2. The simple addition of a baskets of gourds give this entryway a subtle autumnal feel. [Photo: Better Homes and Gardens]

10 Understated (And Totally Beautiful) Fall Decor Ideas

3. Repetition is another great way to go from rustic to contemporary... try putting a row of pumpkins (or apples or pinecones) on your mantle. [Photo: Vivre Blog]

4. Sticking to a monochromatic or muted color scheme like the one above is a great trick. [Photo: Decorating Ideas Made Easy]

10 Understated (And Totally Beautiful) Fall Decor Ideas

5. These foliage-adorned pumpkins are simple and refined. [Photo: Terrain via Country Living]

6. Or you could frame a single leaf... what could be prettier?! [Photo: Wit & Whistle]

10 Understated (And Totally Beautiful) Fall Decor Ideas

7. Here, Melissa has replicated a Williams Sonoma idea... and saved $77 on each! Find out how to make your own hurricanes here. [Photo: 320 Sycamore]

8. You know all those glass vases you probably have hiding in the back of your cabinet? Grab a couple and fill them with small pumpkins and gourds. So easy! [Photo: allwomenstalk.com]

10 Understated (And Totally Beautiful) Fall Decor Ideas

9. Here's another super simple idea... cut a couple of branches and put them in a glass jar. Pretty, understated and totally fall, right? [Photo: Ana GR via Raspberry Tart]

10. Birch bark and leather has a nice fall feel (which could work in the winter too). [Photo: Just A Smidgen]

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faith-towers on Oct 06, 2014:

Might be best to use a flameless candle then... thanks Gabe!


Gabe on Oct 06, 2014:

Birch bark us super-flammable and shouldn't be on candles! It's great for starting camp fires though. 


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