We have gathered together a collection for you of inspiring fall decor schemes using festive white pumpkins with tips on how to achieve the same look in your home. Most autumn decorating uses colorful harvest hues of oranges, rusts and yellows, so when you are considering a more neutral based scheme, its hard to figure out where to begin. This article will help you to get some decorating ideas both inside and out with the use of white pumpkins. You can introduce plenty of natural elements with the pumpkins to add a more rustic effect. You can also create a more elegant scheme, we have a variety of ideas to help get you started. Have a look below for some wonderful inspiration to help you decorate with white pumpkins. Enjoy!
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Decorate your yard with white chrysanthemums and ornamental cabbage nestled in off-white apple baskets. Find some white pumpkins and gourds and sprinkle around till you get your desired effect. Try hanging some LED lanterns to create an illuminated ambiance in the evening.
Create a simple decor scheme on your front porch with large white pumpkins (fresh or faux) and found tree branches. Affix some faux birds onto your branches for a playful effect.
White pumpkins get added to a table centerpiece with added gold glitter pumpkins for a touch of sparkle and elegance.
Monogram your white pumpkin! Get the tutorial here.
Add some DIY copper stripped pumpkins into your decor scheme. Get the tutorial how-to here.
Small white pumpkins, pinecones and a few branches get added to a hurricane vase. This can be displayed anywhere in your home!
Try personalizing your white pumpkin with your first or last name initial or monogram… add some glitter to really make it sparkle! A DIY tutorial can be found here.
Add some personality to the entryway of your home with a “Halloween Jack-O’-Totem”. All you will need is some faux pumpkins, some simple craft supplies and you are on your way! Get the tutorial on this here.
Create a spooktacular no carve pumpkin at your front entryway!
Instead of carving your pumpkins, try painting them for a chic and stylish effect. Try looking for stencils online for the faces if you need some extra creative help!
Decorate your hutch with varying sized white pumpkins for a natural—and neutral, fall effect.
Fill a bowl with hydrangeas and white pumpkins, if you don’t have any fresh, use some faux branches.
Decorate your home with some no-carve copper herringbone pumpkins…equal parts chic and spooky! Get the DIY tutorial here.
Create a neutral fall decor scheme in your living room with a basket of white pumpkins and some greenery.
Dress up your white pumpkins with gold confetti, you can use either craft pumpkins or the real kind, whatever your preference! Get the DIY tutorial here.
Decorate your table just like this stylish arrangement: Lumina and Baby Boo white pumpkins, naturally-shed antlers, dried hydrangeas, and votive candles – all in whites and creams! In case you were wondering about the table, it is Belgian bleached oak table. The light-hued table really helps to pull together the monochromatic aesthetic. The antlers helps to add a rustic touch to the decor, while the other items add some elegance.
Create a simple fall arrangement on your dining table like this one: fall branches sourced from Pottery Barn set in a clear Barcelona Vase from World Market.
This fall porch is decorated with stacked crates, fresh white pumpkins, and white mums wrapped with burlap.
Create some budget-friendly fall decor with white pumpkins, candle sticks and lettering. This blogger found orange foam pumpkins at the dollar store, spray painted them white and added brown spray paint to the stems. She used a Cricut (electronic cutting machine) and some card stock to create the letters “BOO”. They were then decoupaged on.
Create some beautiful fall curb appeal with this house numbers pumpkin topiary—starring white pumpkins! These ones are faux, however you can always substitute for the real thing. Get the tutorial how-to here.
Create decorative pumpkins using washi tape! The best part about the tape? You can coordinate your decor scheme by applying different colors of tape. This tape is available at arts and supplies stores, even Target! You can also spray paint your pumpkin, such as in a silver metallic, to add a touch of glamour. Get the simple tutorial here.
The perfect fall pumpkin project for all you DIY’ers out there! Make some stylish chevron print pumpkins using painters tape and foam or real pumpkins. Tape up your design and spray paint the entire pumpkin… wait for it to dry, then voila! Peel off the tape to get your unique patterned pumpkin. For further detailed instructions, get the tutorial here.
This blogger created a festive harvest centerpiece on her dining table by filling a French enamelware pitcher with wheat and placing it on a decorative sterling silver tray.
Creative a decorative fall arrangement on your coffee table, complete with large white pumpkins, dried hydrangeas and small baby boo pumpkins. Nestle your items in a tray, add some varying height candlesticks, a photo frame and dried berries. This blogger layered a faux sheepskin underneath to soften the effect. Get the complete details here.
Create an eye-catching centerpiece on your dining table with white pumpkins and an orange table runner. Encircle the pumpkins with bittersweet vines.
This rustic fall dining table centerpiece includes two silver antler candelabras (sourced from Homegoods), white pumpkins, dried hydrangeas, birch bark, and chasteberry tree branches. All of the natural elements came from the bloggers back yard in coastal Virgina. The centerpiece is decorated on top of a DIY burlap table runner. Get the entire detailed how-to here.
Love flowers and white pumpkins? Learn how to make your own faux pumpkin arrangement for your table, instructions here.
Painted faux pumpkins and twigs with a rustic, weathered wood in the background. Get the tutorial on how to create these cool pumpkins here.
Create a cheerful autumn display to greet your guests at the front door. These white pumpkins were decorated with marquee light letters (battery operated), spelling out “FALL”. Get the detailed DIY tutorial here.
Get your dining table ready for entertaining with this centerpiece, filled with white pumpkins and little leaf tags. The tags are craft colored cardstock, spelling out different Thanksgiving words. The tags are tied to the pumpkin stems with thin twine. The pumpkins are set on a breadboard and decorated with some cut branches. Get the how-to and a free tag printable here.
This crafty blogger has created her own fireplace with chalkboard paint. A wood mantle above is decorated with large white pumpkins dotted with a handful of small gold painted ones. Get the free printable fall sign here.
Readers, which pumpkin design is your favorite? Do you have a cool DIY pumpkin decorating idea for your home? Share with us your thoughts in the comments below!
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