I’m cozying up to fall by adding some simple seasonal touches to my home. Come along as I take you on a home tour for some autumn inspiration.
Hi everyone! I’m so excited to be sharing my fall home tour with you today! For the Brilliant Colors of Fall Blog Hop, hosted by Kelly from The Tattered Pew and Mansa from This is Simplicite, I’m joining 30 bloggers to bring you some wonderful fall decorating inspiration. If you’re visiting Cecilia at My Thrift Store Addiction, welcome! I’m so glad you’re here.
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Fall is the one season when I gradually transition my home decor and add more and more autumn elements once the leaves start falling from the trees, and the weather gets cooler. So in September, I start out with a more neutral palette for my decor.
Bringing the outdoors inside is the focus this year, knowing that I will be missing my summer garden, now that the flowers continue to fade away as the fall season takes over.
The Fall Living Room Home Tour
You will find dried hydrangeas throughout my home this fall. I’ve spent many weeks cutting these gorgeous blooms from my garden. There are many different varieties, so the color palettes vary. I love the soft greens from these hydrangeas, sitting in a vintage galvanized bucket.
My accent colors this fall season are shades of greens, roses, and grays. Read more about the 3 easy ways to dry hydrangeas.
I have a couple of great fall signs this year. And of course, my vintage goodies always steal the show.
Ever since I can remember, I’ve waited to decorate for fall until after the first of October. Fresh pumpkins aren’t available in our area until then. But because I am starting so early this year, I brought out all my faux pumpkins. I have to tell you, they are getting cuter and cuter every year!
Read more about my fall vignettes and natural elements that I used this season for my seasonal decor.
Here is another variety of hydrangeas. I LOVE this dusty rose palette! And don’t forget the copper! That is a huge fall essential in our home.
I just found the crock with the cotton stems in it a couple of weeks ago at the Bremerton Flea Market. I am almost ashamed to say that this is the first crock I’ve owned. It’s a perfect fall home decor accessory.
This pumpkin sign was personalized and fits perfectly in this spot above the glass cabinet.
Bronze bottles were added to my clear and green bottles for more of a fall touch.
The Fall Kitchen Home Tour
Copper accessories, seasonal flowers, and fruits, such as apples and pear, make up my fall kitchen home decor.
Faux pumpkins were sprinkled here and there for a more fall festive look.
Adding vintage pieces to my vignettes always add more interest.
Check out my wooden pumpkin! I think I bought that at a local shop last year. I even made my own. Check out my wooden DIY pumpkin!
My fresh-cut dahlias are a perfect touch for my kitchen island. They will continue to bloom in the garden at least through mid-October, so I will continue to bring them indoors as much as I possibly can. If you want to know more about dahlias, click here.
Dough bowls and a cute vintage chicken feeder will be some of the decor pieces I will use on my farm table this season. There are so many fun things you can fill them with. Apples, pears, pomegranates, pumpkins, eucalyptus, olive branches…the list goes on and on.
Here’s a shot that I don’t show very often. This is a little spot across from my pantry where I store my placemats and tablecloths as well as some fun vintage pieces.
Here’s a fun look at a fall tablescape I just did. Apples, pears, and tree leaves filled the table, with fresh-cut dahlias in a galvanized bucket for the centerpiece. If you like tablescapes, you can see my late summer tablescape on my deck, overlooking the Puget Sound.
Here is a little peek of my pantry with hydrangeas, strawflowers, and globe amaranth drying, so I can use them for more fall decor when they are ready.
Thank you for coming along on my fall home tour. I’d love to hear your comments.
Until next time,
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You can find links to all the inspiring fall home tours below! Please check them all out. You will be so happy you did!