Welcome to my fall home! This is my first ever home tour, and I am absolutely
amazed honored that you are here to take a look around at how I’ve decorated our home for fall. If this is your first time here, I’m so happy you’ve found me. I’ve still got more fall decor/DIY posts coming, so please sign up for my email newsletter.
I am teaming up with 6 of my favorite bloggers, and we are each sharing our fall home tour today, so please check the links at the end of this post to see their amazing decor. You don’t want to miss them!
I often get asked where I bought many of the home decor items that are in my pictures, so I’ve tried to include a link to as many as I could. Some were bought in previous years, so if possible, I’ve tried to find something similar. This post contains some affiliate links for your convenience. Click here to read my full disclosure policy. If I couldn’t find a link, I tried to at least tell you where I bought so that maybe you can find it at your local store.
We live in a 90 year old Tudor-style home and have a very small front porch. That can make decorating it a little challenging. I always feel like I can fit more on it than will actually fit so I may have picked up a couple too many mums. Luckily, there are steps that can handle some of the overflow. I love all the neutral front porches I’ve been seeing so much lately, but I had to add at least a little bling to the neutral. If you’ve been reading my blog for long you know I love metallics, so I kept the colors to white, shades of gray, and…wait for it…copper.
These large pots stay here year round, but I change out the flowers seasonally. They are a really inexpensive plastic pot from Home Depot that I sprayed with Rust-oleum’s Hammered Copper. I’ve had them over a year now, and they’ve held up beautifully. This fall, I planted cabbage, white mums, and purple millet. The smaller containers are dollar store buckets that I painted gray and added a stripe in rose gold, which looks more like a bright copper to me.
My fall pallet sign is an easy DIY. You can check out some of my tips for making your own pallet sign here. Our porch is too small to fit a full sized bale of hay, but I found some smaller ones at Michael’s that fit perfectly. Several sizes of pumpkins got a couple of coats of white, light gray, and dark gray chalk paint with a rose gold stem. I used the smaller pumpkins (that I picked up at the dollar store) to fill this incredible lantern. The lantern is made from weathered wood and antiqued copper, which fit right in with my front porch look.
Why don’t you come on in! I’ll be completely honest, I may have gone a little Target crazy for my fall decorating, but if you follow me on Facebook (and, if you don’t already follow me, you would totally make my day if you did) you may remember that they just had a big home decor sale, and I picked up quite a few things. Plus, their stuff is just so cute this year.
This fireplace is in our living room. It’s a fairly ornate fireplace, so I try not to add a lot to it and keep it somewhat simple.
The “give thanks” copper and gray wooden sign is a super easy and inexpensive DIY. I will post how I made it soon, so make sure to sign up for my email updates and you won’t miss it. I picked up this leaf garland at HomeGoods last year because I just love the brilliant color of the leaves. I like that they are a little more vibrant than what you typically see this time of year. Our living room is a bit more colorful than the rest of the house, and I wanted to carry that through into the fall decor.
We are not hosting Thanksgiving this year, so I didn’t do too much to our dining room. I set out the runner from last year’s tablescape along with a small bowl.
I used the same felted acorn fill that I used on our living room coffee table. The size of the pine cones that come in the fill are perfect for bowls and vases, and I love the colors of the felted acorns. The pumpkins are the same ones that I bought at the dollar store and painted in white chalk paint.
We recently had our family room/sunroom painted, and I’m still working on getting the room finished, so you’re getting a little sneak peak of it here.
This is the room my children hang out in the most, so I only put out a few things because there is a high probability they will get destroyed. I love having some sort of tray on the coffee table. It’s really difficult having a coffee table decorated with small children, and a tray works great so that you have portable decor.
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Finally, let’s head on in to our kitchen. We took the boys to pick apples last weekend, and now we have a crazy amount of apples! I set out a few of them in the kitchen to try and entice the kids to eat them. I love their red and green color!
I will admit that having a table runner on our kitchen island that we use daily is undoubtedly my most impractical fall decor! I just fell in love with this beaded wheat blades runner, though. I spend most of my time in my kitchen, and I really wanted to bring more fall into the room. We typically only use half of the island, so I’ve been folding the runner over onto the unused side when we use it, and it’s been working great.
I love Cinderella pumpkins, so I was excited to find these blue/green pumpkin towels to hang from our green stove.
Earlier this week I shared my kitchen coffee station. I have a thing for coffee cups. I love to change them out often, and these are so fun!
Well, it’s been so fun having you over to check out our home. I’m excited to already have my fall decorating done so that I can enjoy it for a while, and with some cooler temperatures coming in this weekend, it should start feeling more like fall. Don’t forget to stop by next week for more on my fall pallet sign! What kind of decorating do you do for fall?
And, before you leave, please stop by all of the other talented bloggers at the links below. These women are so amazing, and I am completely honored to be a part of this group! No matter what your style is, there will definitely be someone to inspire your fall decorating!
I’d absolutely love it if you could help me out by pinning this for others to see!