Well it’s finally feeling like fall around here so I thinks it’s time to share this years fall home tour with you all. I didn’t go overboard this year with decor per say but rather changed up my color scheme and added in more texture. My style has evolved to a more simplistic place over the last couple of years.
Our fall front porch
Let’s start with our fall front porch shall we? I always use real pumpkins for the outdoors, even the best faux pumpkins can’t compete with the real deal….emiright?! I like to add in layers of different sized mums and pumpkins.
I typically buy at least two different colors of mums to the porch area. This year I did three…white (always), burnt orange, and burgundy. I also try to use different color pots to give the porch some dimension. I went with black, cream, and tan pots. I also had these faux cabbages and decided to tuck them into our boxwoods for some added interest.
Typically I’m a white pumpkin gal but this year I saw these beauties and knew they had to come home with me. I love that it’s a pop of color while still being subtle. Stacking pumpkins is a great way to add height to your porch styling. I love how it fills in these areas in between the mums.
Now for the interior
I kept our entryway pretty simple. This space instantly felt warmer by swapping out the gray pillow for this coopery brown one . The white vases from the console table were moved to the fireplace mantle and this amber vase was added to hold some fresh greenery (curtesy of my next door neighbors). I added a gold candle and some white pumpkins that contrast really well against the black console.
These hydrangeas might be one of my favorite fall decorating items. These are from our yard, I clipped them for an arrangement months ago and once the other flowers started to wilt I decided to dry these out. They turned out so beautiful!
I added this wicker tray to the island for some warmth and texture. I loved how the black vase looked on the white countertops. And of course I snuck in a little pumpkin and a brass candle. This time of year I have candles in every room. The copper spoons and wood cutting boards also help warm up the kitchen and read fall to me.
We do not have a formal dining room so this is our everyday table. We eat, play, and work at this table so I kept the decor to a minimum. Again, I used a warm amber colored vase filled with eucalyptus on top of this cream macrame runner and added a couple white pumpkins. Stay tuned for a fall tablescape later this month. :)
The living room was where the most change happened. I swapped out our glass lamp for this cooper one and I’m OBSESSED! I also added some new throw pillows, I love these cooper colored pillows because they are a super soft velvet and are so great to cuddle up to.
This cream vase looks so pretty filled with dried wheat grass and foxtails. And what’s cozier than a good chenille blanket?? During the cooler months we add blankets throughout our home. It’s an easy and practical way to decorate for this time of year.
I hope you’ve enjoyed this tour and you’re feeling inspired to cozy up your own space. Feel free to shop the items from this post below.