A combination of cozy textiles, warm colours and lots of texture give our living room a soft, boho feel for Fall. Come see how I decorated our mantel and living room this season, and some ideas on how to give your home the same look!
Photos by Tracey Jazmin
This blog post is part of a seasonal blog hop – Seasonal Simplicity – hosted by The Happy Housie. Make sure to check out all of the other Fall mantel decorating ideas from my blogging friends linked at the bottom of this post!
Simple Fall mantel with pressed ferns
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For this year’s autumn mantel decor, I opted for something very simple and natural looking. A mirror, some candlesticks, a couple of plants and some DIY pressed fern art gives our fireplace an understated look. Like the fern art? You can learn how to make it on my DIY Dollar Tree Fall Decor video right here.
Round coffee table with Fall accessories
This faux marble and gold-legged coffee table was an Amazon find (you can see it on Amazon right here), and I love how the gold tones warm our living room right up. Some books, faux leaves and a faux pumpkin help dress the table for autumn.
Layering this more colourful rug over a neutral sisal rug gives our living room a cozy and seasonal look without spending money on a larger sized rug.
Vintage accessories for charm
It’s always a good idea to add a couple of vintage or secon-hand pieces to a space to give it a little more charm and history. I found this hanging rattan chair at a local thrift shop, and the marble plant stand and a local antique shop.
The blue velvet sofa and brown faux leather chairs are from The Brick last year, and I still love them so much (especially for the colder months)!
DIY romantic wreath
To help keep the room from looking too dark and brown, I added a DIY wreath in shades of blush pink and coppers. You can find the tutorial for the wreath right here. Adding a couple of blush pink blankets to our living room helped tie the wreath into the rest of the space.
I hope you enjoyed this little Fall boho living room tour and got some tips for your own space!