It's officially Fall! Here's how I decorated our house for Autumn this year with touches of traditional and muted seasonal colours, and tons of budget-friendly DIY ideas. I hope it gives you some cozy Fall decor ideas for your own bedroom, living room, breakfast nook and porch!
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 home tours from my blogging friends linked at the bottom of this post!
Fall Bedroom Decor
Let's start with the main bedroom! This year, I opted for a few DIY decor accents using IKEA products as a base. Small pops of burnt orange give the room a little colour while still maintaining a neutral scheme throughout.
This blanket was made by weaving orange and grey yarn through an off-white coloured IKEA throw.
You won't believe how I made this pillow! It's chunky yarn glued and tied to an IKEA down pillow insert.
Watch my YouTube video below to see how I decorated our bedroom for Fall and created budget-friendly IKEA DIY decor:
Fall Porch Decor
I think our porch is my favourite space this season:
We purchased some green, white and orange pumpkins from our local pumpkin farm at the end of August, and they were the inspiration for this traditional Fall colour scheme with a pop of blues and greens.
Real and faux greenery from summer decorates either side of our front door, and I made a wreath in orange and blue tones with faux flowers I had on hand.
I especially love how our porch looks at night. Weaving some fairy lights through the pumpkins and mums on the steps gives it such a beautiful glow!
Fall Living Room Decor
Our living room decor is quite simple this season with additional cozy blankets, pillows and nature-inspired decor on the mantel.
You can read all about our boho style Fall living room right here!
Fall Breakfast Nook Decor
Soothing tones of green and white keep our breakfast nook simple and natural looking for the season.
I love how the green in the chairs reminds me of crisp, green apples! The faux eucalyptus is from IKEA as is the table, mirror and white chairs. The velvet green chairs are from The Brick, but unfortunately they've been discontinued.
Fall Entry Decor
The simple Fall themes continue in our entry where I've set a velvet pumpkin and more faux eucalyptus on top of my IKEA shoe cabinets.
I love how fresh and clean this looks, and the cabinets have functioned so well for our family so far. You can find this full IKEA shoe cabinet hack project right here.
Thank you for coming along on a tour of our Fall home today! I hope you enjoyed it and got some inspiration for your own space.
Now it's time for more Fall home tours from my blogging friends. Click on each link below to visit each home.
Sharing today with me...
Cherished Bliss ** Life is Better at Home ** The DIY Mommy
Cuckoo 4 Design ** Life is a Party ** Rambling Renovators
And sharing the rest of this week...
The Happy Housie ** Modern Glam ** This is Simplicite
House by Hoff ** Maison de Cinq ** Inspiration for Moms
The Turquoise Home ** Clean & Scentsible ** A Pretty Life
Chrissy Marie Blog ** Colleen Pastoor ** Jennifer Maune
Finding Silver Pennies ** She Gave it a Go ** The Tattered Pew
My Sweet Savannah ** Willow Street Interiors ** Taryn Whiteaker Designs
Deeply Southern Home ** Tatertots & Jello ** Two Twenty One
Love Create Celebrate ** Homemade Lovely** Maison de Pax
What a beautiful tour Christina! And that front porch! Love everything with so many great details to take in.
Such a gorgeous way to welcome Fall, Christina, your home tour is just gorgeous. I love the picture of you guys on the porch with all those pumpkins. I hope you guys make lots of fun memories this season, CoCo
Everything looks so beautiful and cozy for fall. I especially love your front porch with all the pumpkins!
Your autumn house looks gorgeous! Love your photos, the lighting is spot on. Thanks for giving me more ideas to decorate my house!
Aw, it looks amazing! Love your cozy home especially your bedroom and the twinkly lights around your pumpkins at night. xx
Great job. Your post is very informative.