Fall Decorating Ideas from Mountainwest Service Experts Heating & Air Conditioning Published on October 09, 2016 We love decorating for the holidays but poor autumn seems to get a little left out. Ring in the cooler temperatures and help make your Salt Lake City home warm and inviting with these adorable fall decoration ideas we came across on Pinterest. Apothecary Jars Invest in a few inexpensive apothecary jars and fill them with gourds, small pumpkins, or apples. This will give you a pop of color with minor clean up when fall is over. Unlike the glitter that stays rooted in your home from Christmas to St. Patrick’s Day. Lanterns If you prefer a more rustic look, you can also implement this same design with a lantern, which then makes the piece perfect for indoors and outdoors. If you use a darker lantern, we suggest including pieces with color even if you combine elements. For example, instead of only using pinecones and giving the decoration a darker look, try adding brightly colored leaves and gourds. Sunflowers Pumpkins, leaves, and acorns seem to be the go-tos for fall décor, but don’t neglect sunflowers. Sunflowers add a beautiful pop of color and go perfect with all the colors of the color-turning leaves and orange pumpkins that appear all over this time of year. Garland Create your own garland with different colored leaves. Go outdoors in the gorgeous fall weather and gather the fallen leaves. It’s better with more colors! Once you’ve picked up all your leaves, grab some thread and a sewing needle and begin sewing the leaves together. Once you’ve completed your garland, you can set it up on your mantel, around your front door, or anywhere that needs some color. If you’d prefer a more modern twist, spray paint your creation gold or silver. WreathFancy up your front door with a gorgeous fall wreath. There are many different designs that are perfect for fall, such as burlap, colorful leaves, actual pumpkins and cranberries, and so much more! You can make a wreath or purchase a fun wreath from here. Porch We’ve talked about a handful of outdoor fall decoration ideas, but for real, don’t leave out your porch. Decorate your door with corn stalks, or prop up gourds on wooden boxes, or even create a seat for your scarecrow with bales of hay. There are so many options and fall is the perfect time to make sure your home is warm and inviting.