A couple of weeks ago I teamed up with some lovely ladies on Instagram to bring you all a fall home tour! Hopefully you joined us! Today I’m sharing some more fall inspiration from my home. It’s all about affordable and easy ways to cozy up your home this autumn!
(This post contains affiliate links for your convenience! This means that I may make a small commission if you make a purchase after clicking on a link.)
Fall Home Tour
Fall is definitely my favorite season, that’s why I’m excited to share my fall home decor with you all! I’m also excited to say that my fall decor is simple and easy to recreate…not to mention affordable! Just adding a few fall touches around your house can warm up your home. I mostly decorated my kitchen, dining room, and living room. These were the rooms that made the most impact!
Fall Kitchen Decor
I added some real and fake eucalyptus to a vase, as well as, some faux blossoms and surrounded it with white pumpkins and a fall candle! A few small white pumpkins also ended up on a cake stand and on a window sill behind my kitchen sink.
Fall Dining Room
The tablescape in my dining room is super easy to recreate and is made up of items from budget friendly stores! I found a bunch of what you see on clearance at Target and Kirklands. My favorite piece is a vintage pumpkin that ends up in a new spot every fall. You could totally use a real heirloom pumpkin and place it on a large cake stand! The wooden chargers really add some character and warmth to the space. That is where I got the idea to bring in all of the wood tones!
I added some dogwood leaves to my vintage pumpkin centerpiece, and I love it! Honestly, I love it both ways, so that works for me! The easiest way you can decorate for fall is to use things that are right outside your front door! The best part is that they are free!
I was given this rattan bar cart from a friend of mine. She found it at a thrift store for something ridiculous, like $5.00! It is one of the favorite pieces in my home! I am loving being able to decorate it for each season and holiday! For fall, I added some seeded eucalyptus and faux blossoms to a little vase. I placed a fall candle and a tiger pumpkin on the top and draped my “DIY Wooden Beads Garland” on the front. You can check out how to make your own wooden beads garland HERE!
Dining Room Sources
Fall Living Room
If you saw my fall living room decor, you might laugh. The fall decor is minimal, but it really packs a big punch! My mantle is the main focus of the space, so it makes sense that I put most of the fall decor in that space. I added some stacked pumpkins that I got from Trader Joe’s and a DIY fall swag wreath around my gold mirror. You can read more on how I made the fall swag wreath HERE! The rest of the decor consists of little bits of fall added to my bookshelves and the wooden dough bowl behind my couch.
Remember, decorating for any season or holiday doesn’t have to be expensive or difficult! You can shop your home, inside and out! Hopefully you are motivated to add some fall decor to your home!
Living Room Sources