Here at Bay Hill Florist, we’ve always got decorating on the brain. Fresh flowers are such an important part of seasonal decor, so we are busy creating new designs, developing fresh ideas, and scouring the web and magazines for tips from the pros. Below, find some of our favorite fall decorating ideas, all easy to accomplish in your own home.
Create a Natural Tablescape
Use clusters of fresh flowers combined with natural finds from outdoors to transform your dinner table into a seasonal showcase. At Bay Hill Florist we offer a great range of flowers that are perfect for this use. You don’t even need us to create custom designs–just stop by and pick up a few stems that you place in your own collectable vases. Simple white plates paired with timeless flatware and thin stemware keep this more rustic setting looking elegant. Bold orange napkins give the setting a pop of seasonal color. (From Better Homes & Gardens)
Fall for Autumn Leaves
Preserved fall leaves are available everywhere at this time of year, and rightly so! We even keep them in supply at Bay Hill Florist. Think outside-the-box when it comes to deciding how and where to use them. A big cluster of fall leaves is a wonderful way to fill a vase. Place them around the house wherever you want a pop of autumn color. As pictured here, create a fresh, fall look with an orange-and-white palette. Here, white furniture and accessories, paired with a few orange accents creates a sophisticated balance. (From HGTV.com)
Get Out! As in Outside
Go beyond the front door by decorating your outdoor table when you have guests…or when you don’t! Fall is such a gorgeous time of year, perfect for al fresco dining, and what better way to make the most of it than assembling a pretty tabletop? Keep it simple since you will likely leave it out just for a day to avoid weather damage: a few pumpkins and gourds in varying sizes and a small fall flower arrangement are all you need to set the mood. If you have a dining table on your covered back porch, your tablescape will last longer and you have more options for decorating.
Looking for even more ideas and inspiration? Visit our new Pinterest board.