It’s officially fall!
Now that summer has ended it's time to swap out your brightly colored decor for some warmer colors that reflect autumn. Simple changes can be made instantly to your home by doing a little bit of DIY redecorating with some fall accents. Check out some of these great fall DIY projects that would b a perfect way for you to transition from one season to the next.
1. Bar Cart
Before the weather starts to become less forgiving, you might want to spruce up your home bar so that way a night out becomes less appealing. Purchasing a bar cart can be quite a big investment money-wise, but if you have a little time to invest you can save your dinero by making this DIY cart that looks just as polished.
2. Coffee Bar
What better way to celebrate fall than with an autumn-inspired DIY coffee station?! Just imagine if you had your own coffee bar station how inspired you'll be to whip up some great cappuccinos. This easy creation will add warmth to your home as well as welcome your guests.
3. Fall Wreath
If you have at least an hour to spare then you'll have this DIY wreath hanging on your front door in no time at all. So if you haven't decked out your door with one, this harvest wreath with its swaggering fall leaves is a great addition to kick off the season.
4. An Ottoman
Having a place to kick your feet up is essential during nesting season, and since ottomans are quite versatile it can be used as a makeshift coffee table or additional seating when company comes over. A DIY ottoman will provide a nice custom look to any room in your home.
5. Autumn Wine Bottle Centerpiece
Here's a great way to transform those empty wine bottles. This easy DIY fall table centerpiece is sure to bring the fall spirit into your home, and your dining table is sure to have a blast for the season. Your guests will be impressed, and your wallet will be happy.
6. Native American corn vase or candle holder
This DIY Native American corn vase or candle holder will add a bit of wonderful fall magic to any space you put it. If you decide to make one or the other, or both you can't go wrong with this project. They will look absolutely stunning in your entryway or will make for a wonderful centerpiece.
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