Living in the middle of nowhere has given me a renewed appreciation for the change of seasons. I can literally see it happening around me, and it’s awesome.
And while the fields and trees are changing, our home is getting fall-ready, too.
Today, I’m sharing the first peeks at our fall home – along with several other bloggers. (Check them all out at the end of this post – for loads of great inspiration for your autumn home.)
I always get tons of questions about where we find all the unique things in our rooms, so here is our source list of a few of my favorites. This post includes affiliate links, meaning, if you click through and make a purchase I will get a commission (at no additional cost to you). Read my full discosure policy for more details.
- Wall color – Behr Marquee Pumice
- Buffalo check pillows
- Pumpkin spice pillow
- Pumpkin/wagon pillow
- Blanket scarf
- Star wall hanging
- Happy everything vase
- Galvanized tray
- Black and white buffalo check napkins
- Galvanized hanging bucket
- Wall cup rack
- Vintage truck string art
- Red vintage clock scale
- Cotton wreath
- Rustic paddle-shaped chalkboards
It finally feels more like fall when we bring in the pumpkins. It wouldn’t be fall without pumpkins. Luckily, our favorite local pumpkin patch (Frank Pumpkin Farm, for you locals), didn’t disappoint. We loaded up the car – from these teeny little cuties to 75 pounders.
We also had to update our pillows this year – our covers from prior years were looking pretty shabby. I scored the buffalo check pillows and pumpkin spice pillows for a song. Amazon is my favorite place to find affordable pillow covers.
I’m pretty smitten with the black and white checks – they will probably stay out through the holidays.
Related: Don’t miss this year’s fall-inspired fireplace mantel for more inspiration.
I also added dried hydrangeas throughout the house. These were actually picked last fall and still look great, but I’ve added a few fresh ones from our yard here and there. They mix together nicely.
Here’s a closer look at some of those blooms – I love that they look great fresh or dried. That’s it. Hydrangeas are my favorite.
Now I just need 5 or 10 dozen more hydrangea plants in my yard.
There’s an abundance of pumpkins and other tchotchkes in the antique secretary. I’ve actually pared down my fall decorations a lot in the past few years- but what I’m left with are truly some of my favorites.
I think that decorating for holidays is a great way to breathe fresh life into your home – it truly keeps things fun and fresh.
And I love finding ways to decorate with natural elements – it’s perfect for this time of year, especially.
I’m also learning that it doesn’t take a lot to make the house feel warm and welcoming for autumn.
I can easily add the cute pumpkins and florals to my existing decor – like books, boxes and vases.
It’s been fun to bring fall into our home this year – integrating new ideas with some of my old favorites. (Check out past fall home tours for even more ideas.)
I only hope our home lives up to the beauty that surrounds us – because fall puts on quite a show for us out in the country.
If you are looking for even more inspiration, stop by these wonderful blogs today! You won’t be disappointed.
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