It’s officially Fall! Time to embrace the cold weather, the chunky knit scarves, and the cozy home decor. If you’re looking to transition your home into the new season, you’ll want to ensure you spruce up your fireplace as well. There are several ways you can decorate an ethanol fireplace - no matter if you have one from our free-standing collection
or our wall mounted collection
(simply buy a shelf, mount it on your wall, and copy one of these stylish looks). After all, it’s the beautiful dancing flames from your fireplace that will help keep you warm all season long.
If you prefer more of a modern aesthetic, you’ll want to decorate with darker shades and natural wood. Add in a faux fur throw, white or metallic pumpkins, and a simple glass vase with some faux leaves to truly transform your space.
2. Rainbow Pumpkins:
If you want your decor to be extra cheerful and peppy, you might want to skip out on the usual orange-and-black Halloween pumpkins and opt for a colourful rainbow-inspired look instead. For this decor, you’ll want to buy an assortment of faux pumpkins in different sizes, paint them in different colours, and stack them on your shelf. Read more at A Kailo Chic Life
For a decor piece that’s easy to transition between seasons, try adding a chalkboard mantle. For fall, simply write your favourite fall quote, add in some pumpkins, wheat, and a wreath made of branches. Read more at Nest of Posies
4. DIY Pumpkin Garland:
This one is a fun DIY project for the whole family. Create your own pumpkin garland displaying your family love. All you’ll need is some orange and green paper, scissors, hole puncher, glue, and other simple craft supplies. Read more at Somewhat Simple
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