Hey, y’all! Welcome to our cozy Fall home tour! Today, I’ve teamed up with six of my talented blogging friends to showcase how we each welcome Fall into our homes. There’s plenty of styles and ideas to be found in their tours, so be sure to hop on over and see their homes as well. All of the links are at the end of this post.
Needless to say, Fall is one of my very favorite seasons. Even with the craziness of having a toddler and a newborn, I couldn’t resist making our spaces feel Fallish and cozy. Simple and natural touches (even though they’re faux) like florals, foliage and pumpkins came together to create a classic yet relaxed Fall feel in our home.
So grab a cup of your favorite hot beverage and welcome to our Fallified home!
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My main color inspiration came from this tablecloth from World Market.
I know neutrals are all of the rage right now, but there’s something about traditional Fall colors that hit me right in the feels. This tablecloth combines the best of the warm traditional colors with the blues and neutrals I love so much, too.
Pumpkin plates and ramekins in shades of blue tie in the cooler colors and look darling when topped with assorted faux pumpkins.
Our antique Hoosier cabinet got dressed up with a pile of faux pumpkins in all of my favorite colors for this Fall.
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I carried over the same color theme into our living room with a smattering of pumpkins and pillows in every spot I could possibly put them. What can I say? I really love Fall… and pumpkins and pillows!
This adorable pumpkin spice pillow is from my friend Lisa’s Etsy shop, Farmhouse On Boone.
She has the best farmhouse pillows! The tan and paid pillow was a find from Joann’s last year and the blue floral slipcover was a total steal from Goodwill.
I kept our bookcases pretty much the same. Switching out some of the summer greenery for Fallish stems and mini pumpkins was a simple and cheap way to update them for the season.
I added a variety of Fall stems to the vases behind the couch to bring some color to an otherwise neutral area. A faux pumpkin and cabbage plant fit perfectly on our coffee table and are toddler resistant.
Our bright white fireplace got dressed up with pumpkins aplenty.
The antique dresser and vintage typewriter couldn’t be left out, either. I created a Fall printable with one of my favorite quotes and added it to the typewriter.
More flowers, foliage and a pumpkin create a sweet and simple vignette.
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Don’t forget to check out the other six bloggers sharing their Fall home tours today! They are all so talented and offer a ton of inspiration!