Fall is HERE! Even if it doesn’t feel like it yet #still90here… but we’re ready, whenever mother nature DOES decide to get it together. My style at home is pretty similar to my style in general – simple and unfussy, yet a little fun and definitely casual. Take a peek at our fall home tour and let me know what you think of our fall decor – at the bottom, I linked up a couple other fall home tours from a few of my favorite bloggers so don’t miss their homes, either 🙂
In our master bedroom, I added a carafe full of fresh fall flowers + a mini white pumpkin and that was it! Subtle, organic and fresh for fall.
In the hall bath, I added a simple white pumpkin on a cake stand as an easy, basic fall touch.
Another great way to add a little ‘fall’ is to use pumpkins as doorstops.
Our Farmer’s Market sells mums in packs of 5 (not an even number, how dare they!) so I had an extra mum I decided to put right inside the front door. Since it came in an ugly container, I wrapped it with a piece of burlap for a fall-feel. Can’t wait to see it bloom!
I added a big ol’ jar full of fresh sunflowers – festive and beautiful.
To jazz up the kitchen table, I added a kid-friendly centerpiece. A burlap runner + a white pitcher full of fresh fall flowers + white & orange mini pumpkins = the easiest fall centerpiece ever. And the kids play with the pumpkins so they double as entertainment, too 😉
I let the kids pick out their own gourds at the market and they picked the ugliest (prettiest) of the bunch. Mildly obsessed. The eucalyptus is fresh but it dries so well – $3 well-spent from Trader Joe’s!
Our living room is pretty informal but we don’t spend a ton of time in here. Since it’s not a kid-zone, I LOVE the fall touches in here:
Our whole living room setup:
Easy Cinnamon Candle Centerpiece
I saw this on Pinterest and wondered how easy it really was – good news, it doesn’t get much simpler. This cinnamon candle centerpiece is SO easy. Grab a glass vase, any candle, and these cinnamon sticks – I buy them in bulk because they’re great to have on-hand.
Just put the candle in the middle of the jar and then place the cinnamon sticks around the candle.
Take a peek at these fall home tours:
You can shop what you see here: