My favorite way to decorate inside my home for Fall is with white and heirloom shades of pumpkins. They add a festive feeling without adding the traditional bright Autumn colors to your decor if you decorate with a muted palette.
You can find little white pumpkins at Walmart for around $1; if you already have colored pumpkins you can give them a quick coat of white chalk paint or even add a little light green or blue to make an heirloom pumpkin shade.
For this entryway display, I mixed a white ceramic pumpkin, raffia pumpkins, dried hydrangea, and pine cones collected from my yard. I added the metal light and pot to add height and a different texture.
To make my pumpkins I painted over store-bought orange foam pumpkins with a coat of white chalk paint. After they dried I used a little green chalk paint to highlight the details of the pumpkins and to make them look a little more real.
I used rattan pumpkins to add some more natural textures to the look. I finished with pieces of dried hydrangeas and stems of light green eucalyptus.
I decorated my scale with painted white pumpkins that I placed on top of small grapevine wreaths for a quick sofa table display. I just hand-sketched and painted the little pumpkin picture hanging in the middle of the scale.
I hope I could give you some ideas to decorate your own home this Fall!