Fall Colors to your Deck

November 14, 2017

One of the great things about an outdoor deck is that you can use them for a number of occasions. From fun barbeques during the summer to relaxed get togethers during the winter, there’s always a way to get outdoors and use your deck. As the seasons change, it’s also fun to add some fun decorations depending on the season including fall deck colors. With fall approaching, it’s the perfect time to decorate your deck with fall inspirations and popular deck colors! If you are not sure how to decorate your deck, here are some easy ways to incorporate fall themed decorations to your deck.   One easy way to add a little fall to your deck is by adding a fall focal point. This can easily be achieved by simply adding a centerpiece to the table that is on your outdoor deck. One easy way to create a focal point is by adding an electric lantern on the table and surrounding it with a fall themed wreath such as a wreath of autumn berries or leaves. The wreath can be as elaborate or simple as you would like it. It’s flexibility makes it a great way to have a unique addition to your deck. When considering your autumn wreath, be sure to add fall items such as pine cones, colorful leaves or acorns.   Another great way to incorporate fall themes to your deck is to add some squash to the mix. In many ways, squash is a quintessential symbol that fall has arrived. The great thing about squash is that they come in all different shapes, sizes and colors. Simply get a few different sized pumpkins and colored squash and place them gathered together around a corner of the deck. If you get smaller sized squashes or pumpkins, you can also add these to the wreath! This fall, enjoy these fun tips!  

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