10 Days Of Fall Decor: Grandin Road

September 29, 2016

By Tab Byrum


I haven’t done much with Grandin Road, I know a lot of people who get their catalog and I always look through it when I see one and really like what I see. So I thought I would take a look at their Fall merchandise and I like it. They have unusual stuff that you don’t see everywhere and they have a lot of great merchandise to use outside, I’ll definitely have to come back soon and take a look at their Halloween merchandise. Let’s take a look at all the choices they have in pumpkins as well as topiaries and garlands to use outside and around your doors. Enjoy!!!


The Finley Hill Collection is an example of a coordinated collection you can get from Grandin Road. Here you can see a mantel swag, candle wreaths, and a large wreath. If you like a matched look this is a great way to get it all, or you can mix and match. 


The focus in this photo is the Stacked Pumpkin Topiaries, I always love doing these but doing them with real pumpkins is very difficult and once you put a hole in a pumpkin it rots very quickly. These are ready to place in your pots and to be used for years to come. 


I really like these metal Pumpkin Luminaries. They are made from strips of metal and have realistic stems and leaves, at night when you plug them in light glows through the sides and gives a great glow to your yard and porch as you can see in the photo below. 



The Autumn Lantern Wreath is full of great looking foliage in bright fall colors, comes ready to hang on the door or windows and also has coordinating swags and garlands. 


White is all the rage in fall decor and the White Ceramic Pumpkins Set of 6 doesn’t disappoint. Group them all together or mix them with other colors, they look so sharp here with black. 


Grandin Road has several choices in fun colored pumpkins with geometric designs. Above you can see the Polka Dot Pumpkin and the Harlequin Pumpkin. Below is the orange Geo Pumpkin and the black and white Mod Pumpkin. Fun to mix and match. 


Words are my own.
Images are courtesy of
Grandin Road.

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