Hey There Treasure Hunters!! I wanted to share with you some easy ideas for Fall. If you’ve been around here for awhile…you know I’m pretty cheap and thrifty. I love a good deal and I cannot bear to spend a lot of money on decor, especially season decor (unless it’s a Christmas Tree 😂).
During our build, a front porch was an absolute must for me! And I love styling our front porch for all of the seasons.
One of the easiest ways to decorate for fall is lots of pumpkins. I also like to use mums and kale or cabbage for the front porch. In 2019, we, fortunately, had tons of pumpkins from our garden. This year, our patch didn’t do so well. Hopefully next year we will have better luck.
Let’s move on to the inside of our home. I will start in the entryway. Our entryway is one of my favorite spaces to . I layered five vintage mirrors and added some antique finds. It’s such a fun space to style. Fall of 2018, I didn’t have my mirrors up yet, but I did have these awesome antique theater seats. They were such a steal! In 2019, I gravitated towards burgandy and pinks for my color palette. Then I added lots of neutral pumpkins….most of the pumpkins used in the entryway are faux. 😉
This year, 2020, I kept things very simple. I added a few pumpkins and cozy pillows. I used cognac, blush pink, rust with pops of yellow for my color palette.
Living Room and Fireplace
Okay, moving on to our Living Room and Fireplace Mantel. A working fireplace was an absolute must have for this house. And I love changing it out for all the seasons.
In 2019, we created a HUGE sign for the mantel! We had never used our new CNC machine until we made this sign. I absolutely love it! I don’t know if we’ll ever make signs again…but I kinda hope so. Anyway, enjoy our 2019 Living Room and Mantel!
In 2020, we did a pretty huge addition in our Living Room. We added a whole wall of shiplap and built-ins. It turned out so amazing and I’m so thankful for my wonderful husband for building it from scratch for me. I’ll put a blog post together for that at another time. But for now, enjoy some 2020 Fall inspo!
Okay! On to the Dining Room and Kitchen. Well, let’s do the Dining Room First and then the Kitchen. I do have a whole Blog post for Fall Tablescapes that you can check out here.
I went pretty simple in 2018. We had been in our home for 1 year by the fall of 2018 and I was finally getting things just right. My husband built our table and it’s basically a Pottery Barn dupe. If you’re in the market for it, you can find it on their website here
In 2019, I did a couple of different looks. I went with a more neutral fancy tablescape and then I did a more traditional tablescape with pumpkins and natural grasses. I think the most important thing to do is to have neutral dishes and then you can come up with any color scheme that you can think of with just the add ons!
So for 2020, I went pretty simple. I wanted to do something with apples and I wanted to use faux apples. I love eating them, but I wanted something that would last basically forever….and the apples I found look pretty real! Check it out!
The apples are the only thing I purchased for the 2020 tablescape. I used faux so I can use them for many years to come! 🍎 You can find the ones that I used here.
Bless you if you’re still here! This is such a long post, I know! We have the Kitchen and Mudroom left. So let’s head on over to the kitchen.
In 2018, I didn’t really do much to the Kitchen, it’s pretty neutral for fall.
And we’re finally heading to the mudroom! The mudroom is right off the kitchen in between the kitchen and laundry room. We actually left it unfinished when we moved in because we wanted to create the space on our own. My husband installed the shiplap and created the shelf and bench in 2019. It’s one of my favorite spaces to style for all the seasons. Take a look over the past 2 years…..
Phew! That concludes my Fall Farmhouse tour over the years. I hope you gained some inspiration. Be sure to stay tuned for a Halloween tour next!
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