Affordable Fall Decor

September 25, 2018

When seasons change, it’s the best time to update your decor. With fall here, it’s time to decorate the house with everything and anything fall related. It’s a great way to show your fall spirit but also a fun, innovative project to keep you busy and to make your place look cozy, welcoming and gorgeous. You don’t have to break the bank to be able to update your decor because the great thing about decor is that you can be creative as you want at an affordable price. You can let your creativity run wild and use any kind of decor to make your house feel like fall. In fact, there are a many places with affordable fall decor to help you in the spirit of the new season. The places below are some of the most popular and favorite places to purchase fall decor.

 

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  1. Target. Target is everybody’s go to when it comes to shopping. They have decor for every season, holiday and event. Target is always updating their items and inventory, so you’ll be able to see new items almost every week. They currently have decorative pillows, pumpkin items, leaves, vases, flowers, etc. all at an affordable price. You can order them online or in person.

  2. Walmart. Walmart is very similar to Target except their prices are typically cheaper. For those of you who may not have a Target near you, Walmart is also a great place for affordable fall decor. They receive new inventory almost every week so you’ll be able to see something new every time you visit. They have stickers, pillows, posters, lamps, pumpkins, etc. You can have the entire house decorated at such an affordable price.

  3. Christmas Tree Shop. Although the name sounds like it’s for Christmas decor, Christmas Tree Shop is a versatile store meaning that they sell items for basically anything and everything you may need. They don’t just sell Christmas decor so you’ll be able to find fall decor there. They have a variety of items ranging from stickers to ingredients to help you create anything pumpkin flavored or apple flavored. They also have welcome mats and door decorations to greet you visitors.

  4. The Dollar Tree. You can’t beat the Dollar Tree because everything is $1. Believe it or not, the Dollar Tree has fall decor that you can use for your house, school, work, etc. They have welcome signs, decorative bows, candles, faux flowers, and more. You won’t have to spend too much money to have your home feeling like fall.

  5. Michael’s & Joann. For those of you who love to do DIY projects, Michael’s and Joann are perfect to help you create the kind of item you’d like. Michael’s has fall baskets for you to edit and personalize. They also have photo frames for you to put any photos or quotes in them. There are pumpkins for you to carve and DIY as well. As for Joann, they have wreaths at an affordable price. There are also faux flowers for you to use for a vase, a scrapbook, your room, or to cut up and tape around the house. For those of you who love welcome mats, they also have affordable ones as well. Michael’s and Joann have great affordable fall decor to use. but also contain things to help you DIY your own as well.

 

Decorating your house doesn’t have to be expensive so for those who don’t like to update your home with new decor because of costs, you can do so without spending too much money. Fall decor contains so many different things so you’re definitely not limited to your options and you can also be as creative as you’d like. These places listed above are perfect for anyone who is looking to update their decor at an affordable price or if you’re on a budget. These places all contain different items for you to use or create as a little DIY project. You can purchase their items online at their website or in person. Don’t miss out on decorating your place because all of these items are priced at a reasonable rate.

 

My name is Linda Tran. I'm 24 years old from Boston and I'm majoring in Marketing with a concentration in Social Media at the Southern New Hampshire University. A fun fact about me is that I learned coding and HTML at the age of 11.

 

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