What I am seeing as a popular trend for the fall is what I am calling, “Pumpkin Frost.” It is where you include the pumpkin color with a hint of frost. The frost could be silver, white, cream or off white. This creates a seasonal effect that shows you are embracing fall without fear of the winter to come.
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[ctt template=”4″ link=”K37O_” via=”yes” ]What I am seeing as a popular trend for the fall is “Pumpkin Frost,” where you include the pumpkin color with a hint of frost. [/ctt]
Pumpkin Frost on your Front Porch
Your front exterior should have a combination of orange and white pumpkins with a wooden sign that has some of the orange and white color. If you can add in some silver trinkets, it would complete the look. Also consider these colors when choosing your welcome flag, wreath, sign and mat.
Fall Wreath Initial Flag, 12″x16″, by TallahatchieDesigns on Etsy
4′ Fall Porch Sign, Happy Fall, from BluebirdSigns on Etsy
U PICK PUMPKINS wood sign by LollyJane on Etsy
Fall Leaves Doormat by blackandwheatco on Etsy
Pumpkin Welcome Sign by CashandBoone on Etsy
Natural fall grapevine wreath, white pumpkins, berries, fall leaves and greenery by JanSavageDesigns on Etsy
Pumpkin Frost in your Living Room
This look can be achieved in your main living areas by having orange pumpkin colored throw pillows or a cream pillow with a printed pumpkin on it, with a cream colored throw blanket and a few silver colored trinkets about the living room. Replace a large wall hanging in your living area with a large canvas of a pumpkin with a cream or white stem with some white, cream or silver edging or swirls about the pumpkin or some fall leaves in the picture. Curtains could either be pumpkin with a white or cream arbor chiffon draping draped over the curtain in a swoop or the other way around with the pumpkin draping over white or cream curtains.
Pumpkin Swirl painting by Anne Axelsen at Grantie Anne's Studio, (Facebook page) –
I absolutely love this painting because it fully incorporates the entire Pumpkin Frost home decor trend in such a beautiful way. Anne makes paintings, wooden signs, painted and etched glasses and mosaics. She holds local classes to teach how to make this festive and heart-warming painting. This painting has such a magical, fantasy-like look to it. It makes me feel like I am enjoying fall now and yet the winter to come (or the next season of life) is not to be feared, but a beautiful thing. It gives me hope for the future. She has many pieces in her shop for sale and ships within the United States.
The above painting inspired me to paint my pumpkin for my front porch like this…
Tis The Season football and pumpkin throw pillow cover by DivineChiks on Etsy
Fall Centerpiece of Wooden Caddy with White Painted Mason Jars and Orange Hydrangeas by TheOHC on Etsy
Pumpkin Frost in your Dining Room
The dining room table can display a centerpiece of a wooden two tiered caddy holding tiny white or cream and orange pumpkins, a few pine-cones and a little white and orange sign regarding fall. You can also have some decorative place-mats that have some orange and white or cream on them.
Hello Fall sign by JarfulHouse on Etsy
I like this Wooden Two Tiered Tray from PizzazzLinensBoutique on Etsy to put the pumpkins and sign on
Orange Gingham Place-Mat by BeeAnnFlower on Etsy
Pumpkin Frost in your Kitchen
Your kitchen can show off the pumpkin frost theme with the little details like the towel that hangs from your stove, the little handmade items that sits in the corner, the potholders you use and the coffee mug you drink out of.
Crocheted Top Dish Towel by HandMadeInMadison on Etsy
Handmade Cloth Pumpkins by SheSewCraftyGnomes on Etsy
Fall Potholders by sistersacttwo on Etsy
Heart Leaves Wreath Pumpkin Color Coffee Mug by 23AcreHorn on Etsy
With these Pumpkin Frost home decor ideas, your home will show you are enjoying fall and have hope for the next season of your life. Happy Fall!
— NeededInTheHome (@NeededInTheHome) October 3, 2019
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