Fall Home Tour
Hey friends! It’s a little late in the season, but I’m finally sharing my fall home tour here on the blog!
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Simple and neutral, warm and cozy, inviting and calming, there are just so many different ways to decorate your home for fall! I tend to lean towards simple, calm and neutral tones in my own home and today am so excited to share a full fall home tour with you!
I realize I am sharing this tour a little later than normal. I’m sure most of you have already decorated for fall by now, but if you’re anything like me, I still love to see different types of fall styling inspiration throughout the season.
In fact sometimes I’ll start with a certain fall inspired look in areas of my home and then end up changing it a few times until I get it just right! Anyone else? There are just so many different ways you can style your home for this season and all of them can be so beautiful!
I’ve been sharing little bits of fall decor over on Instagram and today I also shared a full fall home tour on YouTube, if you’re interested! I kept it casual and it truly felt like I was chatting with a friend. I hope you’ll head over there and say hello!
Fall Home Tour – My Entryway
Today I thought we could start in my entryway. If you’ve been following along here for a while, you already know that I like to keep things pretty simple when it comes to fall decorating. Rather than adding excess decor, I simply swap out what I normally have for items that match the current season.
In my entryway, I replaced the summer stems in my three tiered basket for something that felt more like fall. I love to mix dried leaves with faux stems for a more life-like look. I personally love soft greens and and neutral tones, so I like to clip branches when they are just starting to turn and then let them dry out on my back patio before bringing them inside.
The fall berries that I used this year are the same ones that I found last year at Joanne’s, and unfortunately I didn’t see them there this year. I found some similar branches here though, if you’re interested in creating the same look!
I also used some dried hydrangeas in the basket that hangs on our closet door, and again – I saved them from last year! They held up great but they definitely shed a bit as you style them. We’ll see how many more years I can get out of them!
A thrifted plaid scarf on my hooks and a pumpkin from the farmer’s market were the only other items I added. I would love to find some felt hats to replace my straw ones, so I’ll be on the lookout for those next time I go thrifting!
Fall Home Tour – The Living Room
One of the easiest ways to decorate for fall in the living room is to add cozy blankets! I recently found this one at Target and I love how it looks on my cream chairs for the season.
Again, I kept the decor simple and just swapped out my spring and summer stems for fall ones. A few white pumpkins here and there was all the living room needed.
I decided to keep the vintage artwork I have hanging near my French doors because I think they still work well with fall colors. I’m not sure if I’ll use them for Christmas and winter, but for now I’m still really liking them!
Fall Home Tour – The Dining Room
As you enter the dining room, the biggest change you’ll see here is our new green console table. I wrote all about it in last week’s blog post if you’d like to check it out! I love the pop of green against our beige board and batten, and I think the color works well with the other elements in the space.
Since we do so much at our dining room table (including homeschool every morning), I decided to keep it simple. I added some fall stems from Hobby Lobby and a small pumpkin, and I decided to hang some dried flowers under my display of cutting boards.
The corner cabinet has pretty much stayed the same, although at times I miss that pine hutch I had in this space. I’ve been looking for a new bench for my table with no luck. They are always too low or too wobbly, so I’m trying to convince my husband to build me one with some reclaimed wood. We’ll see!
Fall Home Tour – The Kitchen
Our galley style kitchen has some fun new finds! Last week over on YouTube I shared our first ever visit to one of Michigan’s largest antique festivals. It was so much fun! If you haven’t had the chance to watch and you enjoy antique shopping, head over and check it out!
My favorite find of the day was this beautiful, primitive European table. I actually bought it not knowing where exactly I would use it, and it ended up in my kitchen! I’m not sure how long it will stay here, but for now I love seeing it underneath my DIY chalkboard.
I love the mixture of woods and whites, so I had to add some old stoneware to the table with some seasonal squash and dried flowers. I love the contrast of the worn wood against my white cabinets!
Another antique festival find was the little spice cabinet to the right of my stove. It was only thirty bucks and it has so much character! Again, I’m not sure how long it will stay in this space but I’m sort of loving the wood against the white subway tile. What do you guys think?
Apart from the stems near the sink as well as above the fridge, there’s not a whole lot that I added to this kitchen other than some fresh pumpkins.
I like to leave lots of room on the counter for baked goods, and one of my favorite ways to add cozy fall vibes is by lighting candles. I shared more about that in my recent fall kitchen decor video over on YouTube.
I’m no expert when it comes to decorating, I’m still learning every single day. I truly enjoy it though, and hopefully this tour gave you some easy, inexpensive ideas for fall decorating in your own home!
I think this is the first time I have shared my entire fall home tour in one blog post, but I hope it has inspired you guys! What are some simple ways that you like to decorate for fall? Let me know in the comments below!
Your home looks lovely just like it always does. Just enough and not too much. You’re wise to keep your color scheme neutral. I’m still regretting my blue sofa and my paisley chair. I’m not a big bold color person so I’m not sure why I picked those colors. I always love what you do for Christmas.
I heard another YouTuber say that sometimes we have to try different styles to discover our true decorating style. Finding out what doesn’t work for us is part of the process. That helped me so much, and I hope it helps you too. Blessings to you and yours.♥️
Thank you, yes it does! I agree with this so much! Thank you!
Where did you get your living room rug? I’m obsessed 😍
Thank you so so much! If you visit here: https://www.pineandprospecthome.com/shop-our-home/ the rug is under living room!
I love it! My house is not on the big side, so I feel subtle generally works out better. I don’t have jack o lanterns and scarecrows and themed dishes. I love how you did your home. I think smaller homes actually look better with a couple seasonal touches, though of course that is personal opinion, and not meant in a rude way to those who like going all out. I love the way you did it, and a lot can be said for subtle and simple. I don’t want to work to decorate or undecorate! I love subtle!
Your home’s so beautiful! I love your fall styling – it’s so hard to pick a favorite part of it! But if I have to really choose – I love your kitchen!
Thank you so much Teri!
I heard another YouTuber say that sometimes we have to try different styles to discover our true decorating style.
Yes, this is very true!
I completely agree with your analysis. Your insights on the topic are really well thought out and well written.