These fall garlands come two to a pack. Use them to create a cozy mood anywhere you need one. These garlands use a combination of seven colors to realistically recreate typical fall foliage. Each garland has 36 branches, each with two leaves. The leaves have plastic stems and the leaves themselves are made of silk. The garlands have a wire base so that you can shape them as you wish.
Only one string of lights per two garlands included.
These garlands come in a set of four which gives you many decorating options. Each string measures 9.84 feet and has 30 LEDs. The lights can be set to shine constantly or to flicker. These garlands use battery power so you don't need to place them near an outlet. Made of durable materials and great for creating a warm and cozy atmosphere.
Some buyers say the light flickers can be erratic.
If orange tones clash with your home decor consider this more neutral option. Combining white pumpkins, brown pinecones, and green eucalyptus leaves this garland creates a fall mood in its own way. Loops on both ends of the garland make it easy to hang on walls. You can drape this garland across the mantle, or dinner table too. This garland also looks appropriate for Christmas so you don't have to redecorate so soon.
Only one garland is included in this set. Leaves are not so full.
These garlands come in five different color combinations. Choose black/gray/white for Halloween or red/green/white for Christmas. Each set has four garlands with 12 tassels each. The tassels are made of cotton thread and each one is about 3.1 inches tall. These lightweight garlands are a cinch to hang and can change a room's mood right away. Whether they are for a holiday party or simply to liven up a bedroom these colorful tassel garlands are a good choice.
Designed to be hung, so not as flexible as some other garlands.
Each package contains three garlands. The pom-poms on these garlands are hand-felted from richly colored wool fiber. Each garland has 24 felt pom-poms and each pom-pom is .8 inches in size. These garlands have a pleasant old-fashioned and homemade feel. Choose from several color combinations including fall and Christmas colors and some pastels too. These are perfect for combining with other decor elements.
These are rather small, so they are best for smaller spaces.
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While Christmas is the go-to holiday when it comes to decorating, the right fall garland, with its festive autumn accents, can help you extend the holiday cheer.
Fall garland is available in a variety of seasonal colors. Some include lights, pumpkins, pine cones, flowers, or other decorative elements. Fall garland can be draped on mantels, hung over doorways, and spiraled up staircase banisters and railings. It’s the perfect way to add a touch of color to your living space year after year.
A good shopping guide outlines the features and factors to consider when shopping for garland, from length and color to materials and cost, so you can find the best product for your decorating needs. We also offer a few of our favorites, representing some of the best options on the market today.
Length: The longer the garland, the more versatile it is for your decorating purposes. Most fall garlands average around 6 feet long, although you can find some that are 24 feet and longer.
Thickness: This can vary considerably in fall garlands. Those that have more branches, leaves, and decorations are fuller and can be more visually appealing. But depending on your decorating needs, you might prefer thinner garland strings, particularly if space or price is an issue.
Fall garlands often include more than one string per order, usually two to four. Like length, the more strings, the more you can decorate. Multiple strings can also be combined into one long string to cover a particularly large area.
Some fall garlands include lights and need to be powered via a wall outlet or battery pack. Garlands that use an outlet are the easier option if there’s an available outlet nearby or you don’t mind using an extension cord. A lighted garland with a battery pack gives you more flexibility in terms of where you can use it, but you’ll have the added expense of batteries.
You might think of fall garland as a decoration used only indoors, but some of these are durable enough to be used outdoors as well. If you plan to use yours outside, make sure it is made of materials that can withstand the elements and has some form of UV protection so the colors won’t fade. If the garland includes lights, all the bulbs and cords need to be waterproof. Carefully read the product description before using any string of garland outdoors.
When using garland on a flat surface, such as a mantel, allow for a couple feet of overhang on each end.
Most fall garlands are made of some type of plastic, usually polyethylene or polyvinyl chloride (PVC), but some have leaves made of silk, cotton, felt. The garland elements are usually connected by a wire, which you can bend into various shapes or around objects.
Fall garland colors vary depending on the string. Some use a fairly limited palette of autumn colors like red, orange, and yellow. Others include brown and black, while some, like artificial eucalyptus garlands, skip the traditional fall colors entirely. Before ordering garland, consider the color palette to see if it fits both your decorating aesthetic and your home’s décor.
If you love the shape of foliage, particularly maple leaves, then fall garland is really going to work for you. Most garlands make use of artificial maple leaves. Some manufacturers add lights and other elements like pine cones, pumpkins, and autumn flowers. Less common but still popular are fall garlands made of colored tassels, balls, and other shapes. Depending on your home’s décor, you might prefer a more modern, less traditional look.
Some garlands include lights, which add to the festive feel of the decoration. Some lights are incorporated into the garland itself, while others include separate strings of lights and foliage that can be used with the garland. These lights have either incandescent or LED bulbs and vary in color. If you’d like even more lighting options, choose a fall garland that includes programmable lights for a variety of lighting effects.
Some fall garlands come with hangers that enable you to easily hang your garland and keep it in place. Plus, you won’t have to buy the hangers separately or make some from scratch. To protect your walls and woodwork, avoid any hangers that use adhesive or require you to drill holes.
Fall garlands that cost $7 to $12 are fairly simple with a minimal color palette. These garlands are usually short, often less than 6 feet, and typically come one or two to a pack. Garland in this range tends to be more sparse, with fewer decorative elements, and is for indoor use only.
Spend $12 to $22 and you can find fall garlands with more decorative elements like artificial pine cones or flowers. These garlands are a bit longer than the inexpensive strings, up to 10 feet, and usually ship three or four to a pack. Lights and more colors are common in this range. You’ll also find durable garlands suitable for indoor or outdoor use.
Fall garlands that are fuller and more elaborate, with larger decorations, cost $22 to $40 and more. These garlands are the longest and may include silk leaves and programmable lighting.
Enhance a simple string of fall garland by adding lights or other decorative elements like pine cones or miniature pumpkins.
A. That largely depends on how you plan to use it. If your goal is to decorate a standard doorway or mantel, a garland that’s 6 to 7 feet long should suffice. For double doors or large archways, 8 to 10 feet would be more appropriate. Use a tape measure and check the length of the area you want to decorate. Experts recommend using 1.5 feet of garland for every foot you want to decorate.
A. Garland often comes compressed because it takes up less space and ships in a smaller container. After unpacking your garland, you’ll need to fluff it up to its full shape. To do this, lay the garland out flat and remove any kinks. Next, straighten the branches and position the leaves and other decorative elements so they look attractive and realistic.
A. Properly storing your garland will keep it in good shape so you can use it year after year. Your first step is to remove any dust with a blow dryer or feather duster. Large leaves and decorative elements can also be wiped off with a microfiber cloth.
Once it’s clean, lay the garland on a table or the floor and flatten all the branches and other elements so it fits better in a storage container. Store the garland in a cool, dry place out of direct sunlight. Avoid storing the garland in a plastic bag that can trap moisture and lead to mold and mildew. One way to avoid this is to include a couple of silica gel packets with the garland to absorb moisture.