It’s autumn and pumpkins are the most natural and genuine decorations for the season. So you have a few of these and don’t know how to arrange them to create a chic and bold look that will suit your space? Do not worry! We have put together some pretty ideas to use them to decorate your room for fall. Look at that!
If you have natural pumpkins, keep in mind that your decor is not permanent. Natural pumpkins can be combined with literally anything, and also placed in everything. If you have a modern space, rock a china bowl or tray or glass stand or just some tall clear vases. If you prefer a natural and rustic decor, choose a wooden box, tray, box, wooden or woven basket, or dough bowl. Add berries, twigs, other vegetables, foliage, succulents, air plants, antlers, flowers, candles, and other things that you like and deem appropriate – stack them or place them however you like to create a shape and texture to create.
Faux pumpkins can imitate natural pumpkins (for a simple and very natural look) or be made of another material, e.g. B. strong, jewel-colored velvet for a unique look and a soft feel. They are much more durable and in the next year and later you can use such a display again or make something new out of these pumpkins. To create a bold and unique look, you can combine common fresh pumpkins with catchy and colorful autumn pumpkins. They can also be placed on metal, wood, porcelain, wicker and other stands and holders, depending on what style you want to pull off in the room. Combine such pumpkins with autumn leaves, pine cones, berries, artificial flowers and a lot of green, add candles – remember that some artificial pumpkins can easily burn. So keep the candles in candle holders or just a long way away from the pumpkins.
Most of us have stools and stools at home. These are convenient additional pieces of furniture that can be used for storage and sitting. If you don't have one, or want another one, it's high time to get smart! Make a cool ottoman or ottoman out of an IKEA piece you already have on hand.
The most popular items to use to make an ottoman are lacquer, hemnes, vittsjo tables, and others. They are a perfect base. All you need to do is add some padding, fillings, and possibly spray paint for the legs if that's what you want. You can also put together a new ottoman with IKEA pillow inserts and some fabric you like. A good idea is to turn a cube or stool into an ottoman with storage space. Refurbish your existing ottoman with an IKEA fabric or even a rug. Let yourself be inspired!