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In our October issue, we visited Todd Carr and Carter Harrington at their garden shop @hortandpott in upstate New York. Many of the materials they use in their arrangements are foraged from their own gardens as well as friends' properties and along roads. Here, they combine cultivated botanicals such as dahlias with coreopsis and goldenrod, which grow in abundance along the roadside. Prot tip: When using a wide variety of flowers, stick to a tonal palette rather than going for the whole rainbow. 💐 Pick up our October issue (on newsstands now!) and get inspired by the gorgeous space at @hortandpott! 📷: @annieschlechter | Producer: @jessicathomasdesign

Fill a faux pumpkin with gorgeous succulents to create a stunning centerpiece! With proper care, succulents can last for weeks or months, giving you a pretty arrangement all season long 🌵 Link in our bio for the DIY!

Litchfield, Connecticut

We can feel the crisp fall air just looking at this charming New England home! 🍂🍁 Tell us, are you excited for fall or are you still holding on to summer? 📷: @janet.comer

From the open shelves to the flooring, everything in this country kitchen works together! The wood base of the extra-large island gives the space a rustic feel, while the smooth white countertop makes cleanup a breeze. Pops of greenery and gold give this kitchen with island a bit of sparkle. If you're a huge fan of country kitchens like we are, tap the link in our bio to browse more our favorite ideas featuring rustic accents, cozy paint colors, and natural elements.🌿 📷: @kim_cornelison for @midwestlivingmag | Homeowner: Allison Mills

Truer words have never been said. 🙌 Tag your favorite food-lovers below!

Fall decorating doesn't have to be all about oranges and reds! You can mix different species and colors of leaves in a DIY garland. This (featured in our October issue) has maple, elm, and oak. To make your own, start with a grapevine and weave in leafy branches secured with florists wire. Let the leaves dry in place, or you can sub in faux foliage so you can hang it again year after year. 🍂 Tap the link in our bio for more pretty fall crafts you can make with leaves. 📷: Laurie Black | Producer: @lizstrongstyle | Homeowners: Jim and Carol Reed

Hey, all you pumpkin spice lovers! Slice this chocolate quick bread recipe and you'll reveal a pumpkin-shaped (and pumpkin-flavored) filling hiding inside! It's much easier to make than you might think. 🎃 Tap the link in our bio for the recipe.

In our October issue, we've got a ton of new twists on classic fall favorites. So we have a question for you: what's better than a caramel apple? How about a caramel apple finished with a layer of marbled chocolate. 🍎 A quick dip and twist create delicious edible spin art. For an added touch, dress up the sticks by slipping on wood-grain-pattern paper straws and attaching paper leaves. 🍂 Tap the link in our bio for the full recipe, and pick up our October issue (on newsstands now!). 📷: Blaine Moats | Food stylist: @reginaldvonluna

@bhglivebetter knows how to dress up a front porch! The under-step lights add an extra dose of charm, don't you think? ✨ Show us how you're decorating your porch for fall by tagging your posts with !

Put a tropical twist on a Halloween classic by carving pineapples instead of pumpkins! Bonus: You can use your leftover pineapple for all kinds of sweet treats. 🍍 We'll show you how to carve one in just three easy steps. (link in bio!👆)

If you're struggling to come up with some fresh ideas for your fall front porch, keep in mind that seasonal decor changes your home's look every few months without much work 🍂🍁 Plus, you can decorate without breaking the bank. Just opt for simple, fresh accents. Try picking up pumpkins, squash, and gourds for fall, and then switch it up come winter with evergreen boughs and red ribbons. Tap the link in our bio for more ways to create high-end curb appeal for less! 📷: @david_a_land | Homeowners: Betsy and Michael Juliano

These succulent pumpkins pumpkins from @queenofsucculents are totally . 🙌🌵

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