We chose a beautiful green paint color for the leaves. Using your small paint brush, fill in the leaves, exposing just enough of your outline so you can go back over it for the details. It will probably take two coats to fully cover the wood.
This rental kitchen has sunlight flooding in, so HGTV Design Star contestant Jordan Cappella went with a dark, monochromatic gray paint for the cabinets to create a huge impact. It can easily be painted back to white when the tenant leaves.
Create warmth by spray-painting inexpensive, wood mirror frames with metallic spray paint. Hang in a grid pattern behind pumpkins and fall leaves for a contemporary-meets-traditional look. Design by Lani Ariani
Sidle on up to the bar and watch the chef grill your supper on this super-sized outdoor entertainment area. A pergola painted white provides both shade and a nice contrast to leaves of any color, and a game pad ensures fun for all.
The framing and built-in stairs in the bunk-bed unit are painted white, and black metal railing provides visual contrast. The skinnylap wall treatment adds texture while keeping a neutral backdrop. The lofted bed leaves a nook space perfect for setting up a study space.
An all-white dining room enables you to go in any direction. Here, a fall-themed decorating scheme that celebrates nature anchors the table and sideboard. Jewel-toned flowers and leaves, elevated pumpkins, apples, large plants plus colorful artwork and some painted chairs add life and interest.
Add a festive touch to the seating area with a handmade organic garland. This all-natural version is made with a mix of twine, magnolia leaves and acorns. For an unexpected update, metallic paint is brushed onto the magnolia leaves.
This little boy's bedroom is filled with his favorite things. Green leaves create a canopy and complement the green-painted floor and green accents, including bedding, an area rug, toys and a stepstool. A built-in craft desk founds out the very playful space.
Air plants placed in small globes add a small, organic touch against an urban-style wall painted by a graffiti artist. Air plants are wonderful hands-off decor as they absorb the water and nutrients they need from the air through their leaves.
In keeping with her neutral-themed decor, Allison Hop of The Golden Sycamore created a lovely focal point for the dining table. A tabletop tree is paired with a darling hand-painted pot that’s topped off with a handful of pinecones. Glittery silver leaves ornament the tree’s branches, for a whimsical, wintry result.