Today’s Full House Tour Features my Neutral Fall Decor with little touches of green and blue. Follow along on the tour for some quick and simple ways to decorate for Fall.
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The Fireplace Mantle is the focal point of our living room and I love to change it with each season. This year’s fall version is chock full of glimmering gold pumpkins and gourds with some pops of white, and wood textures to tone down the glamorous gold.
Each Season along with changing the mantle I make some quick changes to the sofa. I always keep my two large white throw pillows and change the other 3 throws with the season. This season features a neutral pumpkin pillow with a hint of rust orange flanked by two navy blue classic throw pillows.
One really quick way to add some fall touches is by changing out the pictures in your frames. I keep these frames on our TV Stand throughout the year and printed off this truck printable and this tree printable to fill them with.
The Dining Table uses one of my favorite new Dining Table Decor tricks. I placed everything that decorates the table on a pretty gray wash woven tray. This has made dinnertime in our household so much easier. When we are eating something messy (which for a 1 and 2 year old is anything we eat) I can just move the whole tray off the table and quickly put it back in place after dinner.
Another free printable is hanging in the dining room to add some fall colors to this neutral tablescape.
With the sun setting earlier, Fall is my favorite time to have candles flickering throughout the house. These battery-operated pillar candles light up the Dining Room just enough to keep it cozy all evening.
In the Kitchen, I kept it very simple and styled one vignette on our kitchen peninsula. This wood slab tray keeps everything looking cohesive and the light up pumpkin marquee (similar here) is the perfect kitchen nightlight.
To keep the fall vibes continuing upstairs I added a few small touches to the Master Bedroom. The Gray Ruffle Bedding is accented by this blue pumpkin pillow and an array of mini pumpkins in white, sage and hunter green on the headboard.
Do you keep it simple with your fall decor or go all out?