Easy Fall Decorating - Fall Home Tour 2021

Easy Fall Decorating – Fall Home Tour 2021

Happy fall, y’all. Do you love all the fall sayings, or have you had enough? Do you love PSL (pumpkin spice lattes) or hate them? Are you decorating for fall yet, even a few touches? Everyone is different, but I love all things fall and I am so excited to share my Easy Fall Decorating – Fall Home Tour 2021 with you. I really tried to stick with my rust and blush color scheme, but green snuck in too. I should have known, it is my favorite color and a great neutral. It works, but any of the fall colors will do. One of my new favorite color combinations for fall is royal blue and wheat. The colors look great together and it’s a nice transition from summer.

I don’t have a lot to say on this post, but I have a lot of photos to share! I will say that fall decorating is one of my top favorite times to decorate. The style really reflects the fall weather (as soon as we get it) and all the colors in nature as the leaves change and things begin to dry and prepare for the cold winter. Even the smells outside are amazing. If you want to add some fall touches without spending a dime, just remove any other seasonal decor, but keep your everyday things (baskets, pottery, vases, books, containers, nick knacks, and then bring in some nature. Branches, fallen leaves, wheat stems, and even dried up plants that you already have can help to decorate for the fall vibes that have begun outside. I clipped our hydrangeas after they changed color and they dried beautifully. Some small branches and leaves have also begun to fall outside and I’m gathering those up too.

Without further ado, here are the early fall photos of my home, as you know things change regularly, but I really hope my fall touches inspired you and get you in the mood to refresh your home a bit too. I will be preparing my office for a birthday party, and then onto Halloween for a dinner party I’ll be hosting. So there are a lot of changes coming, but I love the challenge of using what I have and creating different looks to work for each event. Stay tuned, be sure to subscribe to get more DIY and decorating inspiration and ideas!


Easy Fall Decorating – Fall Home Tour 2021

Easy Fall Decorating - Fall Home Tour 2021
I love the console table in the entry, but I think the minimal bench adds a simple coziness that you just don’t get with a table.

Easy Fall Decorating - Fall Home Tour 2021
Here are a bunch of my dried hydrangeas. Yes, they make a mess when bumped into, but that’s OK with me.

Easy Fall Decorating - Fall Home Tour 2021
Quinn added the owl. Adding a stuffy isn’t exactly my touch, but it made her so happy. These candlesticks will help create my Murder Mystery dinner party tablescape.

Easy Fall Decorating - Fall Home Tour 2021
The blog post for the DIY vintage man in the moon is here. He is so fun!

Easy Fall Decorating - Fall Home Tour 2021
I stumbled upon these beautiful heirloom pumpkins at a little nursery. I was in heaven looking at all the different types!

Easy Fall Decorating - Fall Home Tour 2021
We love this table, but it’s usually covered with a tablecloth. Love the warmth the wood tone when we can see it!

Easy Fall Decorating - Fall Home Tour 2021
I love gathering items on a tray or stand for the island – it makes it easier to move if I need to quickly.

Easy Fall Decorating - Fall Home Tour 2021

Easy Fall Decorating - Fall Home Tour 2021
A rare view from the family room.

Easy Fall Decorating - Fall Home Tour 2021
Do you like geodes? I love them, but just want this one neutral one – it works for so many seasons and looks.

Easy Fall Decorating - Fall Home Tour 2021
I adore these faux hops stems. You can get them online here.

Easy Fall Decorating - Fall Home Tour 2021
I gathered up all my black books to create a fun little display. We’ve been reading more in the evenings and books always feel cozy to me.

Easy Fall Decorating - Fall Home Tour 2021
I call this an in-progress shot for my floating shelves. I’m working on it!

Easy Fall Decorating - Fall Home Tour 2021


That’s a wrap for my fall home tour. I sincerely hope you found something to inspire your own decorating adventures! As you know, things change around my home often, so be sure to catch me on Instagram to see other fall shots that aren’t in the tour~ And if you enjoy seasonal decorating inspo, DIY projects, crafts, party designs, and more, be sure to subscribe to my one email a week – always happy mail.


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Fall tablescape and dining décor

I’m totally ready for fall time, but not fall weather. Fall sweaters and cute boots, yes! Fall rain, wind, and dark skies, nope. And while I love and admire fall décor, I rarely get into myself. However, at a recent visit to my favorite local farm, Bauman’s Farm and Garden, I was inspired when I saw their mini pumpkins and gords. I decided to challenge myself to do some fall decorating using décor I already have – and only the allowance to buy pumpkins (oh, and some candy corn). I’m very happy with the results – the girls love it – and I hope you’re inspired to get creative in decorating with what you have on hand.

I removed some decor, especially pieces with a summery-vibe, but I left most. Then I started searching around the house for things that could hold pumpkins or that looked fall-ish.

I actually had a lot of fun making pom poms for the seat cushions and bookcase garland.
Even though they take forever, they’re so easy to do while watching TV.
When I created the bohemian pallet headboard, I had extra wood leftover.
I decided to make a long wood crate for the tabletop arrangement.

I used a plaid blanket scarf for a tablecloth which is perfect because it’s not scarf weather yet, and it looks great on the table. And it’s so easy to push out of the way when we eat dinner.

I moved my thankful laser-cut sign and it cracked when I was moving stuff around.
Such a bummer, but it was cute here while it lasted.

I gathered some greenery and arranged it in my galvanized bucket – I could have also stacked and balanced a few pumpkins on it.

After I decorated my mantel, I moved the galvanized cubbies
over here and changed up the look.
I’m really enjoying having this area decorated – especially since the kitchen has no fall vibes, and the mantel is still coming together.

It doesn’t have to cost a lot or even anything if you get creative and use nature as an inspiration. Large dried leaves and branches can create beautiful fall décor – you can also use your hydrangeas since they’re changing color!

I may try growing our own pumpkins next year! I think it would be fun for the girls to pick out their own pumpkin from our very own patch.

If you haven’t started your fall time decorating yet – I hope these ideas give you some inspiration when you’re ready (you can also Pin my pics for future inspiration). Thank you so much for stopping by and I hope you’ll subscribe and stay connected!

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DIY Wood Crate

I had some leftover wood after making the pallet headboard. There were just enough boards to make this crate. So, I literally slapped this one together and the long and narrow design works great for my fall tablescape. In hindsight, I wish I would have used a table saw to have nice squared corners, but the jigsaw was quick and did the job.

Pallet boards usually have a rough side, so I placed the roughness inside the box. I also did a little sanding to reduce the chance of me getting slivers while I assembled the box. Once the wood crate was assembled, I knew the possibilities were endless. This crate will first be used for my fall centerpiece and then maybe Thanksgiving and Christmas too. It’s just the right size and it’s a great width to hold these mini pumpkins.


Instructions

1. Measure and draw your cut lines on pallet boards.
You will need four boards of the same length.
Measure and draw cut lines for two end pieces.
2. Use a jig saw (not perfect cuts) or table saw (for clean straight lines) to cut the six pieces.
I used two boards to create the bottom of the crate,
but you could use more to make a wider crate.
3. Cut two to three pieces to stabilize the bottom of the crate.
Just measure and draw cut lines.
I used 1.5” thick pine boards.
4. After all your boards are cut, use a brad nail gun to attach the pine boards to the bottom boards of your crate. Use several brad nails. This is the foundation.
5. The final step is to attach the end pieces. Again, use several brad nails to
attach the side and end pieces. Sand any rough edges. You’re done!

Tools
Pallet boards
pine board
jig saw or table saw
measuring tape
pencil
brad nail gun

I love how the lighter natural wood looks in contrast to my black table and the bright pumpkins. The crate is simple and a unique way to hold pumpkins, apples, pine cones, anything you can think of. I added some faux leaves to fill large holes around the pumpkins, and then a few handmade pom poms to add texture and whimsy. And now my pallet is completely repurposed and recycled!

Thank you so much for stopping by the blog! I hope this post stirred up your creativity and motivated you to create something new. I would love to have you follow me on Facebook or Instagram!

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