The natural beauty of fall is undeniable, especially in the Midwest. Everything takes on gorgeous earthy tones that invoke feelings of peace. Now, you can add some of that serenity into your autumn decor with these nature inspired DIY decor projects for fall.
The beauty of autumn always inspires reflection in me. Lately, I’ve have been craving serenity and simplicity in our lives. Somewhere along the journey, we got caught up in chaos and the bustle of the day-to-day.
This fall I’m changing that. I want us to make a conscious effort to slow down and enjoy simpler things like time with each other and nature. We’re too plugged in. What’s funnier is that we have all of this stuff taking up space in our home that we don’t even use.Are you up for the challenge to slow down and truly connect this season? Use these nature inspired DIY decor projects for fall as gorgeous daily reminders. Click To Tweet
These nature inspired DIY decor projects for fall are going to be a front and center reminder of what I’m striving for this fall. Natural beauty, enjoying moments instead of stuff, and growing together as a family.
If that sounds like something your home and family could use too, join me. Make a few of these awesome decor pieces as a beautiful reminder to slow down this season.
DIY Birch Bark Candle Holder (H2O Bungalow)
This candle holder is beautiful, partially because she uses real birch bark to make it! You can totally make it with faux birch bark instead but she has awesome tips to make working with the real thing a breeze.
Fall Decor using Cotton Stems and Birch Bark (Faeries and Fauna)
Everything about this gorgeous decor is calming and peaceful. The natural colors with specks of dark brown thrown in help you create a beautiful neutral vignette that embodies exactly what you’re striving for this season.
Get Ready for Fall Decorating (Cedar Hill Farmhouse)
While this one isn’t a tutorial, it is still inspiring to see how she incorporates fresh fruits and vegetables into her fall decor. It is such a simple and budget-friendly way to make your home gorgeous for autumn.
Plaid Fabric Pumpkin Wreath (Curly Crafty Mom)
This wreath a absolutely beautiful with a capital B. It is the perfect example that sometimes less is more. She allows the beauty of the grapevine wreath to shine through and compliment the pumpkins and cotton stems.
Fall Wheat Wreath (Across the Blvd.)
It doesn’t get much more back to nature than this fall wheat wreath. From the long shafts of wheat to the burlap ribbon she uses, it will transport you to serenity every time it welcomes you home.
Simple Fall Leaf Glass Display (Kreativ K)
I love that she uses browned leaves in this creative display. Too often we get caught up in the “pretty colors” like red, orange, and yellow. I’m guilty of it too. This easy project proves that nature is always beautiful.
Give A Mirror A Natural Look With Pine Cones (Shoppe No. 5)
Continue showing that beautiful autumn brown some love with this wonderful mirror makeover. It’s hard to believe that something so gorgeous can come from pine cones! You can use the same technique on any frame as well to create a piece for your home that is truly one of a kind.
Hello Fall Harvest Wreath + FREE Printable (Made in a Day)
Do you have some sticks laying around your yard? Turn them into the perfect fall wreath with this tutorial. It is warm and inviting which is exactly what this season calls for.
Are you up for the challenge to slow down and truly connect this season? Purposefully unplug as a family so that you can rediscover what matters to you and deepen your love and understanding of each other. If so, then place these nature inspired DIY decor projects for fall around your home as gorgeous reminders of your goal.
Don’t forget to check out this week’s Merry Monday link party below for even more inspiration and natural fall decor. Be sure to share your own projects and tips with us as well!
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I’m a nerdy, crafty mom of three adorable little kids. I love writing and creating, but in my non-existent free time I also love karaoke, taking my kids to the zoo, and reading. I got my degree in Science (no idea how that happened) but I took every English class I could get my hands on because, yeah, I’m that girl.