I don’t go crazy over-board in decorating my house for fall. I mostly just change out simple accessories, create a few little vignettes and clear out the clutter.
If you follow along, you’ve already seen my living room and mantel decorated for fall.So I thought it’d be fun to share a few more spaces in my house that have gotten a little sprinkling of fall.
Let’s start in the kitchen, which I rarely share pictures of.I didn’t do a lot in here, just traded out some accessories for more neutral items like the white ceramic apple and the Fresh Baked Pies sign.I also swapped out some summery pictures for more fall-ish looking ones. The top ones says, “The littlest birds sins the prettiest songs,” a quote I just love. The bottom painting was one I scored at an estate sale for a buck.On the other side of the kitchen, I keep a basket that holds all of the paper junk that seems to accumulate in the kitchen and it serves as a charging station for our phones and iPad. For a little touch of fall, I added a faux apple that I decoupaged with pages from the book Charlotte’s Web atop a vintage scale.
Around the corner from the kitchen, is our entry/mudroom/dumping ground for coats, backpacks and shoes.All I did in this space was put away the summer jackets and add a pretty quote to the chalkboard.
The buffet in our dining room is home to some of my favorite vintage finds. I keep battery operated candles and a plug-in Scentsy warmer in the birdcage. The marshmallow sign was a gift from my husband & kids because I may be a bit of a sugar addict. The addition of a simple white pumpkin gave the buffet a fall vibe.
If you saw my post where I tried out different accessories to decorate our dining table, you’ll notice I chose to go with the vintage toolbox filled with dried hydrangeas as our centerpiece.
To separate the dining room from the living room, we have a bookcase that hides a bunch of the kids’ toys. I wanted to add something fall-ish but neutral here so I painted a bunch of orange gourds I had stored away from previous years. Then I sprinkled in some pine cones and a few burlap acorns I picked up at Michael’s.On the side table in our living room, I set out two wooden spools for some vintage appeal. I think the living room is my favorite room in the house.That’s about all of the fall touches I’ve added to our home this year. I kept it simple and neutral, which just feels clean and calming to me.
Happy Fall Everyone!