Autumn is here, and that means pumpkin-decorated porches are filling your social media feed. Apartment living doesn't mean you need to miss out on the fun. Learn easy DIY ideas for decorating your Parc at Pruneyard apartment for Fall 2021. The best part? This holiday decor easily transitions from Halloween to Thanksgiving, making it budget-friendly.
DIY decorations are a fun activity family and friends can do together. If you're looking for a way to better get to know your neighbors, ask them to join you. Working on a craft project breaks the ice and lessens the pressure for conversation. Even if your fall decor doesn't look Pinterest-worthy, you can create memories and share a laugh.
Get Inspired By These Decor Ideas
A wreath made from white twigs is a popular trending decor that looks great propped on a shelf. For Halloween, cut bat silhouettes from black construction paper and adhere them to the wreath with double-sided tape for a spooky look.
To transition your wreath to Thanksgiving, replace the bats with leaves. The dollar store has artificial leaves that look just as beautiful as expensive options from the craft store.
When you think about fall decor, you probably think about pumpkins. Stop by the Downtown Campbell Farmers' Market this weekend to pick up a few.
A group of pumpkins looks timeless displayed on your coffee table. Keep them plain or paint them. Here's a tip: before carving, rub the pumpkins with floor wax to prevent rotting. By doing so, will keep your pumpkins looking fresh and natural with your interior decor.
DIY Autumn Decor Personalizes Your Holiday
Whether you are celebrating Halloween or Thanksgiving, DIY decor adds a personal touch to any space. Use these tips for inspiration, but don't be afraid to get creative. The best apartment decor reflects you and your personal style.