25 Unique Pumpkin Decorations for the Fall Season

If you’ve thumbed through our Fall Favorites Catalog, you’ve probably discovered more than a handful of fall pumpkin decorations. From fall outdoor decor to pumpkin decor for Halloween and Thanksgiving, you’ll find a variety of unique pumpkins to decorate your home. Here’s a fun list of our favorite unique pumpkin decorations for the fall season.

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Outdoor Fall Pumpkin Decorations

Bless this Home Harvest Collection

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Welcome guests and deck out your porch for the fall season with the “Bless this Home” Harvest Collection. A trendy chevron pattern on the pumpkins ties each piece together.

Harvest Gatherings Porch Decor

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Create a fun look for fall with Harvest Gatherings Porch Collection. Choose from the Burlap Pumpkin Wreath, Pumpkin Yard Stake, Sitting Scarecrow or just add all three!

Harvest Porch Wood Pumpkins

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Pull off a festive look on your front porch this harvest season these Harvest Porch Wood Pumpkins. Each pumpkin has a distinct pattern that will look great on your porch steps.

Harvest Pumpkin Seasonal Swag

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Put your holiday spirit on display by hanging this Seasonal Swag on your front door this fall. It’s the perfect substitute for a wreath, and can be used all the way to Thanksgiving.

LED Pumpkin Man

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The LED Pumpkin Man looks cute sitting on a porch bench or hay bale. The country style is great for the fall season, while the witch hat adds a fun accent for Halloween.

Welcome Fall Garden Decor

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Get your yard ready for the season with this Welcome Fall Garden Decor. Choose from the Scarecrow Welcome Stake, the Rustic Pumpkin Wagon, Squirrel or collect them all!

Indoor Fall Pumpkin Decorations

3-Pc. Harvest Quilt Set

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Welcome fall with the festive pattern of this 3-Pc. Harvest Quilt Set. The design includes festive pumpkins and fall leaves. It also features vermicelli stitching and plaid borders.

Pumpkin & Stars Bathroom Collection

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The Pumpkin & Stars Bathroom Collection brings a seasonal touch to any fall bathroom. The collection features autumn pumpkins and leaves, as well as primitive country stars.

Set of 3 Harvest Pumpkins

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Set of 3 Harvest Pumpkins is the perfect decor for the fall season. Each pumpkin in the set is inscribed with a different phrase that’s perfect for fall or a Thanksgiving tabletop.

Lighted Fall Grapevine Collection

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Decorate your home for the harvest season with this Lighted Fall Grapevine Collection. Choose from the String Lights Set, Small or Large Rattan Pumpkins, or feature all three!

Harvest Wall Art

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Harvest Wall Art is the perfect decorative accent piece for the changing seasons. The chalkboard-style design combines a variety of harvest imagery, including pumpkins.

4-Pc. Ceramic Pumpkin Centerpiece

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Each pumpkin in this 4-Pc. Ceramic Pumpkin Centerpiece Set has a removable lid and a spacious interior that’s perfect for holding candy or as a catch-all for random goodies.

Lighted Scarecrow Figures

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Decorate your home for fall with a Lighted Scarecrow Figurine. The friendly scarecrows are dressed in traditional country attire with harvest items, including light-up pumpkins.

Harvest Decor Medley

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Put this Harvest Decor Medley on display to celebrate the incoming season. It features a Pumpkin Welcome Sign, as well as Crow Figurines perched on a fall-inspired stand.

Harvest Tabletop Collection

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The Harvest Tabletop Collection enables you to set the table in style. Take your pick of the Small Platter, Large Platter, Set of 4 Plates, Dip Server, Chip ‘n’ Dip or get them all.

Decorative Country Accents

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Give your kitchen a touch of country charm with this decorative accent. It’s farm-to-table decor with a vintage look. Pumpkin Bottle Cap Art looks great as an accent on any wall.

Halloween Pumpkin Decorations

Disney LED Pumpkins

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This Disney LED Pumpkin makes it possible to celebrate the season with your favorite character. Each awesome pumpkin lights up from the inside for a glowing appearance.

Set of 2 Metal Pumpkin Lanterns

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This Set of 2 Metal Pumpkin Lanterns is a safer and more decorative alternative to real pumpkins. Add a few tea light candles and the light will shine through their cutout faces.

Banner Set or Rattan Pumpkins

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Add a few pumpkins to your porch for Halloween with Triple Stacked Lighted Pumpkins from the Banner Set or Rattan Pumpkins collection. The classic look for trick-or-treating.

8′ Inflatable Pumpkin Patch

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“Grow” an instant pumpkin patch in your yard with this 8′ inflatable Pumpkin Patch. It is super easy to set up, and features seven jack-o’-lantern pumpkins in different sizes.

Pumpkin 2-Pc. Halloween Kitchen Set

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This 2-Pc. Halloween Kitchen Set adds a vibrant, seasonal look to your cooking area. It features a pot holder and kitchen towel held together with a button and easily detach.

Twinkling Mason Jar Halloween Lanterns

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Trick-or-treaters will be relieved to come across the less-than-frightening face of this Twinkling Mason Jar Halloween Lantern. Interior features 10 white LED string light.

Twilight Halloween Decor Collection

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The Twilight Halloween Decor Collection is the perfect Halloween decor for a Halloween party. Display the Wreath, LED Tree, Pumpkin Set and Lighted Mantel Scarf together.

Halloween Figures

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Lighten up the mood with this not-so-scary Halloween Figurine. Piece together the full display with the Happy Witch Block, Halloween Figure and the Pumpkins with Spider.

60″ Swinging Dead Creatures

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This 60″ Swinging Dead Creature is just what you need to finish off your spooky setup for trick-or-treaters. This eerie creature watches over your home from its swing perch.


There are plenty more Halloween decorations in our Fall Favorites Catalog. Request a free fall catalog today, or check out our entire selection of Halloween decorations online.

6 Facts You Might Not Know About Fall

fall leaves5On September 22nd at 7:29, we celebrate the first day of fall or the fall equinox. Popular assumption is that we get 12 hours of daylight and 12 hours of darkness — that actually happens on September 25th this year. But that’s not the only interesting fact surrounding fall, here are 6 facts you might not know about fall.

Squirrels and Nuts Squirrels are known to collect nuts in the fall and store them to eat in the winter (where we get the term “squirreling away”). Red squirrels store them in piles where they dry out but gray squirrels bury their nuts. Gray squirrels tend to forget where they bury most of the nuts. Those nuts don’t dry out but take root and develop to be big trees. If it weren’t for forgetful gray squirrels, we might not have as many oak and walnut forests which depend on gray squirrels to thrive and grow.

pumpkin-dishesPumpkins We carve them for Halloween and put them in pie for Thanksgiving and Christmas because 80% of the pumpkin supply in the United States is only available in October. And, while we enjoy our spiced pie fillings, pumpkins were originally used for the pie crust and not the filling.

Cider Hot spiced apple cider keeps us warm on chilly fall nights and we don’t stop drinking it until the holidays are over. In New Hampshire, though, they celebrate cider all year (even if it’s not available all year). New Hampshire’s appreciation for the hot fall beverage is so deep that in 2010, cider beat out milk as the official state beverage.

Gourds Starting in September, we start seeing gourds everywhere — in a centerpiece for big fall dinners, on decorative door wreaths and to dress up the mantel to welcome fall. While we use them for decor now, Native Americans had a more practical use for them. In the 1700s, gourds were used by Choctaw and Chickasaw native American tribes as bird feeders to attract purple martins to keep bugs out of their villages.

fallleaves6Apples The apples you know and love — the ones that fill an apple pie, are boiled down for a spiced cider and give a juicy crunch to caramel as a caramel apple — aren’t native to North America. When the English settled in the northeast, the only apples they found were crabapples — those tiny bits of fruit that can really only be used for making jelly. Unsatisfied with the crabapple, the English  brought over seeds to plant apple trees in the New World. Now apple trees grow in all 50 states.

scarecrowScarecrows While scarecrows are a favorite fall symbol, they are not native to North America. One of the earliest scarecrows was used by Greeks to scare birds away from grape vineyards. They were made to look like Priapus, the son of Greek god Dionysus and goddess Aphrodite. Priapus was said to be very ugly and legend has it, while playing in the vineyards, he scared all the birds away and the farmers had a bountiful harvest.

With or without the little known facts, the colors of the changing leaves, the chill in the air and anticipation of the holidays is interesting enough to make it one of our favorite seasons.

Cute Pumpkins From Across the Web

The weekend before Halloween is the perfect time to roll-up your sleeves and carve up some decorations of your own.  We scoured the web today to bring you some of the most creative and cute ways people decorate their pumpkins.  Check them out and have fun creating your own this weekend!

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