Everyone knows that fall means, first of all, preparing for Halloween and Thanksgiving, and home decor is one of the first things to consider. We’ve scoured the Internet and gathered a fabulous collection of fall decor ideas that are quite simple and will look absolutely gorgeous in your rental.
There are plenty of DIY projects that look fantastic and don’t require a big budget.
Decorate the doorway and porch first
If you’re renting a house, consider decorating the doorway and/or porch, since it’s the very first thing people see when they arrive at your house or pass by. It’s also an easy way to help people feel the spirit of Halloween and give a positive impression of you as a tenant, neighbor, friend, and everything else you are.
To get started, you only need a bit of creativity and, of course, pumpkins. They can be simple pumpkins, painted pumpkins or carved pumpkins. Just put them on the floor, stairs, or shelves (if you have any), and decorate with leaves, skulls, bats, candles, or scarecrows. Use what you have and, most of all, what you like. Don’t forget a wreath on your front door to make the entry to your residence even more personalized.
Look at these porch decoration ideas we’ve found and fallen in love with. Decorating can be easier than you think.
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Now decorate inside
If you’re renting an apartment and don’t have a porch, don’t worry. Inside decorations are also a great way to add a festive look to your dwelling. Put decorations near the sofa in your living room, by the fireplace (if you have one), in the corner of your bedroom, or even somewhere in the kitchen. Small decorations on your dinner table are also a great idea.
No matter what design theme you choose, it’s fun to be creative and come up with your own decor. Below you’ll find a selection of photos with various ideas to inspire you. We hope you enjoy our collection!
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