4 Ways To Decorate With Pumpkins

It’s finally fall! Everyone’s favorite season is in full swing and we are celebrating by adding some fall touches to our homes and yards. Looking to make a few fall touches to the exterior of your home using fall’s favorite vegetable? We have so many ideas for you!

Metallic Pumpkins

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Metallic pumpkins are great indoors and outside.

If you want to utilize pumpkins in your fall decor there are ways to do so creatively without cutting anything. A great way to add a little individuality is to create metallic pumpkins! This is easy to do yourself so you will have a custom look that will enhance your home. You can use spray paint to turn orange pumpkins into gold, silver, bronze or rose gold. A metallic pumpkin is a chic touch to any home.

Pumpkin Planters

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Filling up planters with pumpkins is a great way to celebrate harvest.

You have those planters so why not create something interesting? Instead of planting fill your planters and pots with small pumpkins and gourds in a variety of colors and place them at your front entry. This is super simple and can look very chic with rustic planters. This plays up the harvest aspect of fall!

 

Monochromatic Pumpkins

A great monochromatic look from Town and Country Magazine.

If you love using pumpkins but also love to color coordinate you will do great with a monochromatic look for your front entry. The key to creating a stylish and simple arrangement is to rigidly stick to a defined color palette. A popular one is all white pumpkins, mums and light touches like corn husks and grasses. You can also opt for decor in natural colors like orange, brown, green and yellow or try your hand at a more unusual color like purple!

 

Printed Pumpkins

Amazing herringbone pumpkins from Women's Dat Magazine.

Amazing herringbone pumpkins from Women’s Day Magazine.

If you are looking for a challenge then you should try decorating with printed pumpkins! Achieving this look is all about creativity and preparation. You can use paint with stencils, free-hand, or even use tape or outer malleable materials to drape over the pumpkin. Be sure to select something that compliments your skill level and have patience.

Some fun looks can be plaid, houndstooth, polka dots, herringbone, paisley and more!

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