Houston Designer: Fall and Halloween Outdoor Decor Ideas
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Houston Designer: Fall and Halloween Outdoor Decor Ideas

Posted by Lisa Lynch on 9/26/2014

Houston Designer: Fall and Halloween Outdoor Decor Ideas

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Looking for fall and Halloween outdoor decor ideas? Outdoor Homescapes of Houston has ’em!

After all, outdoor living in Houston is a year-round affair! The fall arrangement above is from one of our Houston covered patios. The sunflowers and dried flowers in a rust-colored vase work perfectly for autumn when paired with lanterns, a rustic wooden bowl of dried botanical spheres. Distressed, weathered wood – as seen in the console table here from Restoration Hardware – is also a good choice for fall and Halloween outdoor decor.

Here are some more ideas for 2014:


screenshot avignon cast iron lanterns restoration hardware

Hang lanterns – like these from Restoration Hardware – from tree branches with LED flameless candles in them for a spooky, yet sophisticated effect!


screenshot zinc finials restoration hardware

These garden finials  from Restoration Hardware look good year round in outdoor living spaces – but provide a nice Gothic look for Halloween decorating on your patio or porch!


screenshot janus et cie orange outdoor living color scheme

Fall or Halloween décor doesn’t have to mean a graveyard look or cheesy inflatables. You can work in the theme with color – as seen in this Janus et Cie outdoor furniture collection with orange-colored throw pillows and a matching tray.




2014-09-25 17_46_02-Outdoor Laboratory Cart _ Pottery Barn

 Of course, if you want to have a little fun with a spooky theme, we really like this “outdoor laboratory” cart from Pottery Barn. Perfect for the mad scientist!


 2014-09-25 17_55_37-Battery Operated Fire and Ice Lantern - Grandin Road

 What about these black-and-orange “Fire and Ice” Lanterns from Grandin Road?

2014-09-26 13_50_39-17 Outdoor Halloween Decorations - Halloween Yard and Porch Ideas - Country Livi

And here’s an easy way to change up your patio planters for Halloween – theis bottle-gourd scarecrow idea from Country Living!




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