7 DIY Home Decor Ideas for Fall

  • 01 of 07

    Create a Fall Inspired Mason jar Centerpiece

    Mason Jar Crafts
    Anything and Everything

    If you're looking to freshen up your décor for fall, these quick and easy projects will bring a touch of autumn into your home.  

    Nothing spices up a dining table more than a stunning centerpiece like these beautiful Mason jar vases that spell out fall by Tara from Anything and Everything. 

    Each jar required only one lick of chalk paint before stenciling. You'll find all the projects details here.

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  • 02 of 07

    Create a Cozy Rag Rug Using a Hula Hoop

    Hoola Hoop Rag Rug
    apieceofrainbow.com via HomeTalk

    This DIY rag rug by Ananda, from A Piece of Rainbow, looks like an elaborate creation. However, she says it's super simple to create, even if you have zero weaving experience.

    What did she use to make it? A hula hoop and seven old T-shirts. You'll find all the DIY deets here.

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  • 03 of 07

    Turn Old Sweaters into Fall Garland

    felt leaf garland
    Her Tool Belt

    This idea by Amy from Her Tool Belt puts stray mittens and discarded sweaters to good use. She cut them into leaf-shaped pieces and strung them together to make a stunning fall statement.

    For tips on how to create your own fall garland, check out her tutorial.

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  • 04 of 07

    DIY These Dandy Candy Corn Vases

    Candy-Corn-Vases
    Meatloaf and Melodrama

    Dee the blogger who pens Meatloaf and Melodrama, loves Starbucks Frappuccino bottles. She thought the single serve ones would make great little flower vases, so she repurposed a few using spray paint.

    She shares how easy it is to create these sweet vases here.

     

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  • 05 of 07

    Make Your Own Pottery Barn Knock Off Pillow

    Sweater-Pillow
    Beginning in the Middle

    You can buy a pillow cover just like this one at Pottery Barn for $70, or you can save yourself at least 63 bucks by following Catherine's, from Beginning in the Middle, lead.

    She created the pillow cover shown here using an old sweater that she purchased at a local thrift store for $7.

    She shares how you can make one too here.

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  • 06 of 07

    DIY These Toilet Paper Pumpkins

    Faux Pumpkins
    via HomeTalk

    Here's a super smart small space décor idea. These adorable pumpkins take minutes to make, don't cost a cent to create and take up zero storage space when fall is over.

    How is that possible, you may ask?

    The pumpkins were made by wrapping clothing or accessories that you wear like T-shirts or scarves around rolls of toilet paper. When it's time to pack in your fall décor, just unwrap and put your belongings away.

    You can learn how to make here.

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  • 07 of 07

    Dress Up a Lampshade Using a Sweater

    Sweater-Lampshade
    UnSkinny Bop

    This no-sew project by Beth from UnSkinny Bop gives an old lampshade the cozy treatment using an old sweater.  

    You'll find all the quick and easy steps to create your own here.