From burnt oranges to jewel tones, fall florals are all about rich, bold hues and warmth. Though there may be fewer florals available during the fall, you'll be delighted to find unexpected blooms and eye-catching colors that will make a wonderful focal point in your home.
While you may think spring is the best season for flowers, these beautiful floral arrangements and centerpieces will have you on team autumn in no time. Scroll through for some of our favorite ideas to use in your own home this fall.
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Embrace Early Fall Sunflowers
Though sunflowers bloom in the late summer, you can often find many beautiful sunflowers through the early fall. Sunflowers like these from sweetsunshineshoppe are a great way to welcome fall with a transitional centerpiece before the cold weather sneaks in. Bonus points if you can find red sunflowers, too.
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Experiment With Lotus Pods
This stunning, fiery display from Haworths Flowers features beautiful red and orange hues that celebrate the fall season. A few dried lotus pods are mixed in to give it a unique look, and they feel very seasonally appropriate.
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Consider Some Callicarpa
This lovely arrangement from sage_garden_works is filled with stunning zinnias that are perfect for that early fall weather. We also love the addition of callicarpa to add a bit of interest and a touch of violet to the otherwise sunny and bold palette. Callicarpa is typically in bloom throughout the fall, which makes it a great accompaniment to any floral arrangement.
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Fill It Out With Greenery
One idea we love in the fall is taking a few eye-catching florals like these marigolds from willow.lane.designs and mixing them into the centerpiece with greenery. This is a good idea for when flowers are less abundant in your area during the fall, and it lends a rustic feel.Continue to 5 of 13 below.
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Try Felt Instead
Want a beautiful floral arrangement that will never die? Check out this stunning felt display from madebynaomy that features lovely fall florals such as cosmos and anemone. A faux display is a great, cost-effective way to add a stunning fall floral arrangement to your home for a whole season.
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Think Outside the Flower
Looking for a fall arrangement that's a bit outside the box? This beautiful display from organizeddwelling features no flowers and instead uses feathers to create an incredibly interesting autumnal centerpiece. A few antlers help finish the look and add some cozy cabin vibes.
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Opt for Pampas
Pampas grass is a South American plant that is often dried and used in fall floral arrangements, like this one from saremmy. We love this prairie-inspired look on coffee tables or on a bedside stand because it gives off such lovely, soft autumn warmth.
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Use a Pumpkin as a Vase
What's better than filling your house with pumpkins as soon as the air turns cold? Turning those pumpkins into lovely vases for all of your favorite plants. We can't get enough of this succulent arrangement from sandandsisal that blends summery succulents with a lovely white pumpkin.Continue to 9 of 13 below.
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Decorate With Wheat
Take a look at this lovely centerpiece from cleanandscentsible, which uses wheat and soft twinkle lights to add endless warmth. Wheat is a lovely choice for a modern farmhouse or anywhere you want to add a bit of country charm. It pairs well with dried flowers, too, if you want a larger display.
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Incorporate Rustic Boxes
One way to take your fall floral display up a notch? Change your container. A rustic or reclaimed wooden box like this one from the_woodhouse_family is a great choice for dinner centerpieces or on coffee tables. Fill it with pumpkins, wildflowers, or succulents.
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Sprinkle in Eucalyptus
We think eucalyptus is perfect for all seasons, but we especially love weaving it into home decor during the fall. It works well with pumpkins or pumpkin-themed decor (proof: this display from hillviewhomestyle) and adds a lovely scent that will freshen up any room.
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Try a Fall Wreath
This beautiful fall-inspired wreath from thegiftedwreathllc goes to show that wreaths are not just for Christmas. You can buy or DIY your own fall floral wreath to create a lovely display for your front door or even as a centerpiece on your table.Continue to 13 of 13 below.
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Consider Dried Flowers
Dried flowers are a great way to add a fall feel to any centerpiece. This beautiful display from coutureweddingsbydottie is uniquely beautiful and eye-catching. The soft orange hues are prime for the season, and this arrangement will last through the entire fall.