How We’re Saving Money On Our Fall Decorations

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It is no secret that we live a budget-friendly lifestyle. We love to entertain, but we also go for functionality rather than luxury. If you are anything like us, you want to celebrate the fall season without breaking the bank. This is why we are sharing our secrets for saving money on fall decorations.

Reuse Your Decorations

Our first tip is to unpack the decorations you used last fall, and take inventory on what can be reused this year. If you do not need to replace your fall wreath or centerpiece, then save money by reusing them. You can easily switch things up if you need a change of scenery. For example, if you placed artificial flowers on your dining table and a small pumpkin on your coffee table last fall, switch them this year.

Budget-Friendly Decorations

There are several reasons why you may buy fall decorations after all. You may need to replace an item, you are just starting your collection or you just want to treat yourself. Start by setting a budget for your decor. There are plenty of stores that offer budget-friendly decorations, such as the Dollar Tree. Remember, you can also buy pumpkins and flowers at the grocery store or farmers market to use as part of your display.

Make Your Decorations

Another option is to make your own fall decorations, starting with the unused items around your apartment. The galvanized bucket you forgot about is perfect for the artificial pumpkins and apples you bought last year. You can also fill a glass vase or bowl with the pine cones and twigs you found in the park, which results in a fall-inspired centerpiece.

If you keep our tips in mind, you can easily decorate your HighPoint Town Square for fall without spending a lot of money.

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