Flowers & Gardening

Our Favorite Floral Arrangements for Fall

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With its blooms in a riot of earthy hues and its abundance of gorgeous greenery, fall is the perfect time to fashion a fabulous floral arrangement. To help you get inspired, we’ve gathered a few of our favorite autumnal creations, including ideas for dinner table centerpieces and entryway showstoppers.

Plum hydrangeas, purple clematises, silver bells eucalypti, and a smattering of white cosmos make for a seasonally appropriate tonal look. 

Plum hydrangeas, purple clematises, silver bells eucalypti, and a smattering of white cosmos make for a seasonally appropriate tonal look. 

Create a loose, sculptural design with bright red ranunculus accented with kangaroo pods and a leafy seasonal branch.

Create a loose, sculptural design with bright red ranunculus accented with kangaroo pods and a leafy seasonal branch.

Styled on their own, long-stemmed kangaroo pod branches make a simple statement.

Styled on their own, long-stemmed kangaroo pod branches make a simple statement.

Bunches of grapes arranged on an elevated cake stand form the perfect base for a bunch of golden orange dahlias, mountain snow pierises, and long-stemmed tropical flowers. Photo by Mel Barlow.

Bunches of grapes arranged on an elevated cake stand form the perfect base for a bunch of golden orange dahlias, mountain snow pierises, and long-stemmed tropical flowers. Photo by Mel Barlow.

Golden dahlias, crabapple branches, black oak leaves, and dried feathery grass create a wildly beautiful bouquet.

Golden dahlias, crabapple branches, black oak leaves, and dried feathery grass create a wildly beautiful bouquet.

With pomegranates, figs, white snowberries, and green hellebores, this lush look pays tribute to the fruits of the season.

With pomegranates, figs, white snowberries, and green hellebores, this lush look pays tribute to the fruits of the season.

Branches of bright red tree berries are a fall- and holiday-appropriate way to add a hint of festive color to your space. Photo by Tony Vu; styled by Michelle Wong.

Branches of bright red tree berries are a fall- and holiday-appropriate way to add a hint of festive color to your space. Photo by Tony Vu; styled by Michelle Wong.

If you manage to score peonies in their off-season, try pairing them with pomegranates, wild poppies, serviceberries, and pheasant feathers for a fall-feeling look. Arrangement by Meghan Guthrie.

If you manage to score peonies in their off-season, try pairing them with pomegranates, wild poppies, serviceberries, and pheasant feathers for a fall-feeling look. Arrangement by Meghan Guthrie.

Go monochrome with a layered arrangement of red garden and spray roses.

Go monochrome with a layered arrangement of red garden and spray roses.

Fashion a perfectly undone arrangement with green and magenta amaranthuses, blush hydrangeas, and pink astilbes. Photo by Manuel Rodriguez; styled by Michelle Wong.

Fashion a perfectly undone arrangement with green and magenta amaranthuses, blush hydrangeas, and pink astilbes. Photo by Manuel Rodriguez; styled by Michelle Wong.

Delicate greenery is punctuated with a handful of purple artichokes for an arrangement that feels just right for the kitchen table. Photo by Tony Vu; styled by Erika Engstrom.

Delicate greenery is punctuated with a handful of purple artichokes for an arrangement that feels just right for the kitchen table. Photo by Tony Vu; styled by Erika Engstrom.

White dahlias, orange parrot tulips, ocher coxcombs, and a seasonal branch make up this lush, towering look. Photo by Cheng Lin; styled by Michelle Wong.

White dahlias, orange parrot tulips, ocher coxcombs, and a seasonal branch make up this lush, towering look. Photo by Cheng Lin; styled by Michelle Wong.

Magnolia and pistachio branches paired with cotton stems make for a uniquely beautiful take on the seasonal arrangement. Photo by Frank Tribble; styled by Michelle Wong.

Magnolia and pistachio branches paired with cotton stems make for a uniquely beautiful take on the seasonal arrangement. Photo by Frank Tribble; styled by Michelle Wong.

 

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