12 Ways to Faux Your Fall Décor

Fall is chock full of natural elements from fallings leaves to pumpkins. It’s amazing how many ways you can use nature in your Fall décor; however, natural elements often have an expiration date, so here are 12+ unique and creative ways that you can faux your Fall décor for this year and stow it away to keep for several Fall seasons to come.  



Faux Fall decor ideas from some very creative bloggers



The Chic Site used plastic fruit, paper mache and stain to create these rich looking faux leather pears.

The Chic Site/ Faux Leather Pears


Light bulbs are used to mock pears and then they’re wrapped with twine ~ genius from Sondra Lyn At Home!

Sondra Lyn At Home / Faux Twined Pears


Here is a super easy Fall decor project with mason jars and faux Fall leaves from Spark and Chemistry.

Spark and Chemistry/ Faux Leaves Jar Candles


Cottage at the Crossroads has created the most elegant Fall look by dipping faux leaves in plaster.

Cottage at the Crossroads/ Faux Plaster Leaves


Starting off with plastic eggs, Sweet Pea make this welcoming and rustic bowl of  faux Fall acorns.

Virginia Sweet Pea/ Faux Acorns


Thoughts from Alice rocks out a Fall decor look with soft, faux fur pumpkins.  The added bling takes this project right over the top.

Thoughts from Alice/ Faux Fur Pumpkins


Looking like these came right out of grandma’s attic, The Speckled Dog gave these faux  plastic pumpkins an aged look with a faux crackle paint technique.

The Speckled Dog/ Faux Antique Crackled Pumpkins


Here is a true Halloween “trick” from The Tidy Mom with these faux caramel apples.  Don’t you want to take a bite?

The Tidy Mom/ Faux Caramel Apples


And here are 5 more VERY COOL and thrifty ways to go faux on your  Fall decor:

How to Carve a Faux Pumpkin from Debbie Doo’s

Thrifty Fall Decor {with Faux Pumpkins} from Confessions of a Serial DIYer

Faux Falling Leaves Windcatcher from Centsational Girl

Paper Bag Leaves from Amaranth & Kale

Fall is often a time to celebrate the harvest, but I think all of these projects share a unique way to accentuate all that Fall has to give by using either a faux technique, faux textiles or a faux take on the true bounties of the season.

I hope you found this first edition of Faux and TellU inspiring.

Thank you so much for reading ~ Amy




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11 Responses to 12 Ways to Faux Your Fall Décor

  1. Anne@DesignDreams September 30, 2014 at 7:57 am #

    Oh cool roundup! If you find any BIG faux pumpkins out there – let me know! I need something for my front porch…


  2. Cheryl in Wisconsin September 30, 2014 at 9:20 am #

    These are all beautiful, and very inspiring. Although I may get lynched if I put out fake caramel apples…. love that ‘boo’ pumpkin in the photo though!

  3. Feral Turtle September 30, 2014 at 10:05 am #

    I love this round-up of projects Amy. Now I know what to do with my last few containers of faux apples!!

  4. Sherry@Thrift My House September 30, 2014 at 6:41 pm #

    Great projects Amy! Love the crackled pumpkins …they look real. Thanks for putting this together!

  5. Danni@SiloHillFarm October 1, 2014 at 5:56 am #

    What a fun round up of faux! Those caramel apples look so real!

  6. Mel October 1, 2014 at 6:03 am #

    Gorgeous roundup Amy.

  7. heather f October 1, 2014 at 9:04 pm #

    Love the furry pumpkins! Great roundup!

  8. Alice W. October 2, 2014 at 8:58 pm #

    Thank you Amy for featuring my faux fur pumpkins! Lots of creative ideas here…I am honored to be included~ Happy Fall 🙂

    • Amy October 8, 2014 at 10:08 pm #

      Thank you, Alice for allowing me to share your faux fur pumpkins. They are fabulous. Such a gorgeous project!!

  9. Tuula October 6, 2014 at 1:52 pm #

    Great roundup of fall projects. Those little faux fur pumpkins are so sweet.

    • Amy October 8, 2014 at 10:02 pm #

      I agree, Tuula, those fur pumpkins are way too cute and I love her touch of bling!!

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