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Dress Your Home With These Autumn Decorations

The changing seasons offer the perfect opportunity to add some new flourishes to your home. Now that summer has well and truly passed, why not welcome in autumn with a few of these charming autumn decorations?

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An autumnal bouquet, filled with the colours of the season – exactly what your living room needs at this time of year.

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Floral arrangements are lovely, but autumn also provides plenty of alternatives if flowers aren’t your thing.

Cut long branches with colored leaves still attached (see instructions above to prevent bringing bugs into your home). Place in a tall vase or an umbrella stand. Be sure the branches are proportionate to the vase or stand.:

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Like these autumn leaves – a simple yet attractive arrangement that would require very little effort on your part.

Not trying to get all Ke$ha up on your wedding board but this and the next one would end up looking cool if you end up doing all the lights/candles/etc. It'll play off the glitter nicely.:

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Some beautifully sparkled-up autumn leaves – easily accomplished with a few pots of glitter.

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Drape pine cones around items in your home – yes, autumn decorations really can be as simple as that.

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Autumn wreaths are a lovely way to welcome people to your home. And this unusual one, made from an old rake head, will definitely get noticed.

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As will this one – another attractive wreath that offers something a bit different to the ringed designs we see most commonly.

Use acorns or nut in any glass container to match your decor style "There's no-place like Home!" (Dorothy). Are YOU in the RIGHT Home? KevinHarden.ebby.com:

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These acorn candle holders will add plenty of autumnal interest to a room, but if you can’t find acorns, hazelnuts or small pine cones will do just as well.

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Or autumn leaves, as with these understated candle holders, which would make attractive table decorations.

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Fallen branches can be used in a variety of ways in your autumn decorations, as this simple table centrepiece demonstrates.

Use apples to craft a glowing, sweet-smelling centerpiece.:

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Apples are a common autumn fruit, so put them front and centre in your home with these DIY apple candle holders.

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Hang a cluster of autumn leaves from a window in your home – preferably one that gets plenty of light – and enjoy the colours in all their autumnal glory.

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