Decorating Your Apartment with Autumn Themed Crafts
Today, we’ve got some ideas to spark your imagination for decorating with a fall flair in your Gilbert, AZ apartment. Don’t see your favorite decor ideas on our list? Share them in the comments below for the rest of our Liv Northgate community!
Go traditional. The classic cornucopia filled with mini pumpkins, gourds, colorful corn, and leaves and nuts is, of course, a perfectly acceptable way to decorate with a fall theme. We like how versatile Indian corn is when it comes to decorating. We love the ideas we found on the “B. Lovely Events” blog, including a corn husk garland or wreath, candle holders, and bouquets in their Rustic and Chic Indian Corn Decorations.
Use lighting. Add some lamps that give off a warm, golden lighting to the make your space feel more relaxing and inviting. You can replace bright fluorescent light bulbs with ones that give off a less harsh light like a warm yellow, red, or orange. Lighting can have a powerful effect on mood and how comfortable you feel in a room. Use the light to spotlight a fall arrangement or centerpiece.
Speaking of centerpieces, we’ve rounded up some examples to spark your imagination, or simply make one of these:
Wood Block Pumpkins from Kruse’s Workshop
These decorative woodblock pumpkins pop with a splash of color and a fun, playful pattern. Add a modern feel to your apartment with this fun fall craft.
Fall Leaf Mason Jars from Sugar Bee Crafts
These adorable fall leaf mason jars bring both color and light into any room! Follow the tutorial to make them. You’ll need a mason jar, craft or spray paint, a paintbrush or sponge brush, and contact paper or vinyl to make the decals.
No-Sew Fabric Pumpkins from A Piece of Rainbow
These fabric pumpkins look adorable and you won’t believe how incredibly easy they are to make. All you will need is a roll of toilet paper or two (depending on what size pumpkin you want), some hand towels, and a fun patterned scarf or shirt.
Share your favorite ways to bring a fall feel into your apartment in the comments. Thanks for reading today’s post.