If you’ve been an Insteading reader for some time, you probably know that we love the idea of upcycling pallets! Not only does it utilize scrap wood that might otherwise end up in a landfill, it’s a resourceful way to craft decor, furniture, and even garden beds without having to spend a pretty penny for supplies.
Pallets are super versatile, and once you’ve gotten them pulled apart, the projects you can make out of them are virtually endless! Especially if you’re looking to get a little creative and make your own decor.
If you’re looking to decorate your home and yard for fall, all you’ll need are a couple of pallets, some art supplies, and your own artistic imagination. With that said, we’ve found some of the best fall pallet projects to try out now for a perfectly decorated home come September.
What’s more quintessentially fall? Here, a single pallet is transformed into a trio of pumpkins. Paint them all the same color, or mix and match with a few different shades of orange. These would be super cute on your fireplace mantel or front porch.
Happy Fall Y’all!
As far as fall pallet projects go, this one checks a lot of the boxes. Cute fall rhyme? Yep! Candy corn design? Got it! Hand stencil and fun for the kiddos too? Definitely!
Fall Awaits Pallet Sign
Maybe fall isn’t quite here, but you just can’t hide your excitement for cooler weather and apple harvests. This pallet sign calls for only a few craft supplies, and you can either hand write the lettering or use a stencil.
Rustic Mantel Fall Pallet Projects
Or maybe you like to keep your fall decor a little more subdued. Here, pallet wood is re-arranged to look like shutters, and pumpkin pallet art is added for a harvest feel.
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The shutters could definitely stay up year-round, and you could add your own changing seasonal flair.
The Great Pumpkin Pallet Project
If you love the shabby-chic style of painting and distressing your decor, here’s a fall pallet project that might interest you. In this project, a pumpkin shape is crafted out of a pallet, and then you get to paint and distress the decor to your heart’s desire.
Reclaimed Multi-Color Pumpkin Decor
Here’s another take on the pallet-turned-pumpkin decor idea. Every piece of wood is painted a different color to give the pumpkin lots of character. Add this pallet decor to your front porch, or hang it on the wall in the entry.
Pallet Patio Furniture
If you’re not ready for summer to end and want to enjoy cool fall nights outdoors by the campfire, consider putting together this outdoor patio furniture to enjoy the season with friends and family. There will definitely be plenty of seating for it.
Sunflower Pallet Art
Most underrated part of fall? Sunflowers! Make those beautiful blooms last all season long with this sunflower pallet art.
Subtle Ombre-Style Fall Pallet Project
Here’s a more subdued fall pallet project if you like to keep your home decor a little more minimalist. It’s a simple painting project for a casual decoration that can be used in a variety of settings.
Fall Mason Jar Vase Pallet Art
Maybe you just want a cute, medium-sized piece of wall art to welcome the cooler weather. And nothing says fall quite like mason jars and sunflowers.
Pallet Compost Bin
Fall is typically the season that’s known for garden cleanup. Your vegetable garden is nearing its end, and if you have large trees on your property, you’re probably already anticipating a lot of leaves to rake.
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Rather than tossing them in the yard waste, turn them into a beneficial soil supplement. Grab a few pallets and make this compost bin.
Fall Pallet Project with Ribbon Bunting
There’s something about a bunting that feels so celebratory and fun. What better way to welcome fall than a celebration? Hit up the craft store or your fabric stash at home to find the perfect fall colors to use for this project.
Grateful Fall Pallet Project
We couldn’t put together a list of fall pallet projects without incorporating something for Thanksgiving. Sometimes, the best way to sum up your feeling for the season is to pick one important word: Grateful.
Pallet Wood Jack-o-Lantern
And since we’re mentioning Thanksgiving on this fall pallet projects list, we definitely had to mention Halloween, too.
Fall in Love With Autumn Pallet Sign
An awesome wooden sign to greet the season with. Plus, it is perfect for you if you prefer to call the season autumn rather than fall. Here you go!
Fall Porch Sign
Here’s a quick and easy fall pallet project that’s perfect for decorating your porch or entryway. Pair this sign with some fall flowers and pumpkins.
This isn’t necessarily one of those decorative fall pallet projects, but we thought it was a great way to utilize pallets in your backyard or garden! This walkway won’t last forever, but it’s definitely a functional, and beautiful addition to your space.
DIY Pallet “Graveyard” Fencing
If you like to go all out on the Halloween decorations, consider transforming old pallets into “graveyard” fencing to transform your yard into a spooky ghost town.
Pumpkin Patch Inspired Rustic Fall Sign
Vintage farm signs are really making a comeback in interior design, but if you can’t find the real thing, why not turn an old pallet into something similar?
Ladder-Style Fall Pallet Projects
If you can’t be bothered to pull a pallet apart (we get it), keep it as is and give it a facelift.
Rustic Wooden Fall Pallet Sign
Rustic and seasonal, this fall pallet sign features a leaf cutout that you’ll need a jigsaw to create. Leave the leaf empty, or add some backing to the piece of wood to make it a solid piece.
Pallet Wood Fall Yard Decoration
This fall pallet project has everything you might associate with autumn. Pumpkins, tricolored corn, and gourds.
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