5 Easy Ways to Inspire Your Fall Decorating: Gourds, Pumpkins, Indian Corn, Hay Bales and Fall Leaves!

I love transforming my home for every season.

5 Ideas for Inspired Fall Decor

Fall is possibly my favorite transformation as I bring out brilliant colored leaves, mums, hay bales, indian corn and pumpkins both inside my home and outside my home to decorate my driveway, landscaping, and front door areas.


I’m always amazed just how easy it is spruce up my home for a season. Many items I use are “reusable” year over year as I often invest in inexpensive artificial items – like artificial gourds that are brilliantly colored and nicely shaped along with artificial leaves or floral blooms depending on the season.

If you don’t have any autumn materials , here are a few easy ones to stock up on at your local Walmart.

5 easy ways to inspire Fall Decorating

Keep it simple. Go with the basics and then use them in and out of the home to transform your space for the season.

1. Gourds

2. Hay Bales

3. Pumpkins

4. Indian Corn

5. Fall Leaves

I bought these $0.97 gourds at Walmart. What a deal!
You can see how I’ve used them through out my home – both indoors and outside.

Scarecrow decor


Fall leaves and indian corn look great too throughout your home. Here is how I’ve added foliage into vases in my home to transform my space for the season.

Walmart also sells gigantic pumpkins for only $3.78 per pumpkin regardless of weight. Awesome! Stocking up on these is a great way to liven up your front walk, driveway, mailbox area or front door.



And I bought the hay bales at Walmart for $7 and my Indian Corn ears for only $3 for a bundle of 3. Nice!


Note: As a participant in the Walmart Moms Program, I’ve received compensation for my time and efforts in creating this post. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

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