Fall Home Decor Tour
Getting my home warm and cozy for fall is one of my favorite things! I’m that person who lights a pumpkin candle in August (sorry not sorry hehe). This year was a little more of a challenge as I somehow mysteriously misplaced my bin with all my fall stuff in it so I had to start from scratch. I try to do my best to reuse and repurpose as much as I can to save money and space. We are limited on storage so I have to be efficient.
The color palette I decided to go with is a lot of neutrals with pops of fall colors here and there. I also did an emphasis on more blush tones and a little less orange. I feel like I can transition it more into Christmas easier that way. Each area I will give you a little rundown and have links for everything at the end of the post! FYI if its something I cannot find or link I will share something similar.
I’m pretty sure my mantel is my favorite thing to decorate in the fall. I started by changing my artwork to this cow print. I love the neutral tones and how moody it feels. Then I built everything else around it. I kept everything else pretty much black and white but with the pop of these pumpkins. I also added in these wooden beads which I just love! The little house is one of my favorite finds this season. It was super inexpensive and the kids love playing with it. I found it in Bullseye’s Playground at Target and you can find more of those great finds in my roundup of the fall decor there.
Pillowcovers are a great way to switch up decor every season. Not too expensive and less bulk to store. These buffalo check ones are such a great neutral to have! And they are only $11 for a set of two. And a great tip is to get a pillow cover one size smaller than the pillow insert. It will look a lot fuller and pouffier!
This pumpkin patch pillow cover was an amazing find at only $10! Plus it has held up to the wear and tear from the kids and dog already. It had several stains on it and with one quick wash they were all gone. I also am in love with the super cozy faux fur throw blanket. Everyone in our house is fighting to use it. But the best part is that its a good size to share and also washes up nicely.
After one failed attempt at putting together a centerpiece for my dining table, I started from scratch a few days ago. I had all these foam pumpkins but they didn’t feel like enough. Then a lightbulb went off in my head and I made them into a little succulent planter. It was super easy and quick to do with these faux succulents. Heres how I made them; I just took a small chisel to carve out the space needed, filled it with moss and then arranged the succulents until the were sitting nicely. It was that easy! I am so happy with how they turned out.
Having a wreath on my hood is practically a staple piece. I used my current wreath from spring and switched out some of the florals and tada – it is now a fall wreath! The other way I love to decorate in the kitchen for fall is just by using natural pieces like gourds and mums. Such a great way to make it feel warm and cozy.
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Once the season is winding down go check out my Holiday Decor Tips and Ideas!