Hello friends!! I know I’ve been talking about fall these past couple weeks, and have started to decorate for fall, but it hit me as I titled this post, I can’t believe that fall is actually here. Today I’m excited to be joining a group of over 35 talented bloggers who are also touring through part of their home ready for fall. At the bottom of this post, you can see everyone who is sharing their fall decorated homes throughout this week, so be sure to scroll to the bottom!
If you are visiting from Finding Silver Pennies, hello and welcome! I’m so glad you stopped by! Danielle has such a beautiful coastal, New England home, and being from New England myself, I may be a touch bit bias 🙂
As I’ve been decorating for fall this year, I’ve been really focusing on the pieces the speak to me. Seasonal greens is one piece I gravitate towards in every season. I love reflecting what is happening right outside my window in my decor, so bring nature in is always a must.
I styled things a little different in our front entryway for fall, and I have to say, I’m loving the change up! I love how moving a little bit of furniture around makes a space feel brand new, especially when nothing new was bought.
I moved this little table over to the bottom of our staircase, and tucked a basket of blankets underneath. To finish things off seasonally, I added an heirloom pumpkin, and a vase filled with some branch clippings. Simple but makes a big impact in the space.
When you come in through out front door, you are greeted by this sweet little vignette, and then enter into our living room.
I love how subtle yet simple adding a pumpkin to your spaces says fall. Not much else is needed to visually state that fall has arrived.
I shared yesterday, how I incorporated some new pillows in a richer color to add some warmth for fall. Even if that meant making some from dish towels I recently scooped up!
You can look into our dining room from our living room. Using mostly real, and a few faux pumpkins and gourds, I sprinkled a bit of fall into our dining room, and I’m loving how simple it feels.
I placed a large woven tray in the center of my table. A HomeGoods find from a few years ago, and filled it with an arrangement of cool toned pumpkins and gourds. Some are real, some are faux, but when mixed together, unless you look closely, it’s hard to tell the difference.
And if you are a regular around here, you may have noticed a new darker color in the dining room. I shared how I compared some color choices HERE, and I’ll be sharing more about it tomorrow.
From our dining room you walk into our kitchen.
I shared how I added subtle fall touches into our kitchen HERE. You can see all the details in the post, but it really is just about sticking with the same colors throughout, and adding a few touches of fall here and there.
Next up on today’s tour is Willow Street Interiors! Laura has such a beautiful home, and I love her take on fall decor that’s so a refreshing mix from traditional colors.
Be sure to hop around to take in all this stunning inspiration…
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