How to do Fall Farmhouse as a Minimalist on a Budget!

It can be difficult to do seasonal decor while trying to be a minimalist and stay on budget!

To be successful, the key is finding pieces that will stand the test of time! Specially when using flowers or leaves in your decor.

I ended up reusing my own decorations and purchasing two fall garlands, two packs of mini-pumpkins and three fall bouquets.


Below I have noted the best and most inexpensive fall decor that meets both a farmhouse style and a minimalist approach, whether starting from scratch or searching for something new.

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Fall Garlands and Flowers

I have never been a fan of faux autumn leaves because they can look fake; however, this year I found the perfect autumn garland! It has all the must have fall colors (yellows, browns and oranges leaves) yet the colors are not overpowering; they look realistic and have a vintage feel to them! The garland also includes cute mini-pumpkins! Now who does not love mini-pumpkins?

I also added a few fall flowers to the garlands and secured them into place using floral wire. I cut the flowers at the stem from one of the fall flower bouquets I purchased using a diagonal plier. I kept the stems to be able to repurpose them in the future.

I added these fall flowers on all my flower vases along with the greenery I already had on hand. Doing this not only saves money but makes sure there is a cohesive fall look throughout the home. If this is too simplistic for your taste, you can also add a variety of fall flowers to the base instead of sticking to one type of flower like I have.

I loved the way these fall garlands and flowers turned out and they were super easy to work with!

These flowers and garlands I ended up using were really easy to work with! The fall flowers’ had beautiful shades of brown and orange that looked amazing against the wood and greenery throughout my home.

Easy Fall Dinning Decor

Mini-Pumpkins

These pumpkins were originally colored orange, which I painted white! They turned out so cute and perfect! You can find them already in white, here.

A cute center piece will add the finishing touch! This can be anything you already have in your home. Just add some autumn touches. I placed my battery powered candle set on top of a large wooden plank I use in my kitchen, and I simply decorated it with a few fall leaves, flowers, and pinecones. For fun, I added four leftover flowers to our large light fixture!

I do love pumpkins, but they can use up so much storage, so I only store one medium pumpkin and four small ones. And now a bunch of cute little ones that do not use up much space!

Much of the greenery I used will transition perfectly for Christmas. I will just take off the fall leaves and pumpkins and add to it a little Christmas decor.

Fall Wreath Tutorial

You can also check out this super easy and inexpensive DIY fall wreath tutorial.

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