Use these free Fall desktop wallpapers / Fall screensavers to decorate your workspace. If you can’t be outside, you can dream about it right?
A couple of years ago I compiled some of my favourite desktop wallpapers/screensavers into one easy, clickable blog post.
That post continues to see traffic today, so I figured I’d create a few more Fall inspired wallpapers so you can change out your dreary desktop for something crisp, cool and Autumn.
Click on any of the individual images to be taken to a download page (totally free, no sign-ins or anything – it was just the only way I could share the files directly)
I give you
free Fall desktop wallpapers / Fall screensavers:
A few of these Fall screensavers have an October 2018 calendar incorporated for easy reference, others are just dreamy Autumn images – but whichever you choose, you’ll want to have a hot apple cider and pumpkin muffin close by.
Un-raked leaves are beautiful when captured just before they dry up and turn brown – not so much if you have to actually go out and spend hours raking – but this is a Fall desktop wallpaper so we’re inside, warm and cozy and daydreaming right?
If illustrations are more your thing, I created this graphic Fall screensaver with an October 2018 calendar for quick and easy reference.
I should tell you, that while I made these desktop wallpapers myself, the images and fonts are all available through Canva.com. I’ve taken the work out of formatting for size and a few of the Autumn pictures have a fee attached – so my sharing is only to save you some time and a bit of money. I do not profess to have any graphic design skills whatsoever. lol
I love the minimalist quality of the next Fall screensaver. Clean, simple and plenty of room for all of your files/apps along the sides.
Autumn is hands-down my favourite season and the next Fall desktop wallpaper is one of the reasons why; beautiful colours and simple pleasures give me the warm and fuzzies.
This falling leaf Fall screensaver is nice because with the bokeh background you won’t feel like you’re cluttering a beautiful image with your desktop files and folders. The calendar is tucked neatly to the side and the focal point leaves plenty of room around it.
I am not a fan of Hallowe’en. It’s too scary and dark with skeletons and gore, but I thought I’d create a Jack-O-Lantern Fall screensaver for those of you that do love the holiday.
I’m on the fence about this next Fall screensaver. I do love the look of piles of pumpkins, or wheelbarrows-full of gourds etc, but this might be a bit busy. I was thinking it might be cute to tuck your desktop files or apps onto a pumpkin each?
Last but not least four beautifully gradated Autumn leaves. There’s just something about catching the beauty of a moment, especially if it’s the twilight of a life. (These have me waxing poetic lol)
Now back to work!
(and have a great one!)