This year’s fall home tour is full of the rich colors of autumn inspired by nature. These create a warm and cozy feeling just perfect for the crisp fall days ahead!
Last year I used very neutral fall decor with creamy mums, lots of white pumpkins, and almost no color. And although I love a neutral fall look, this year I wanted to do something more traditional…. but of course, not too traditional! 😉
I’m not a big fan of bright oranges, but I did find myself gravitating toward the colors of nature. Think the subtle fall colors of muted orange, faded mustard, brown, and green. The colors of leaves turning, hydrangeas drying, and fall veggies.
Combining the rich colors of nature with lots of natural elements helped create the rich but muted look I was going for…
My front porch feels so fall-ish and I’m loving it! I found the mums a couple of weeks ago and the color set the tone for the whole display. I plopped them in a vintage olive basket when I got home and I ended up just keeping them in there!
A mix of white and faded orange heirlooms pumpkins along with a lantern filled with baby boos round out the porch decor.
On the dining table I set a casual but festive display that can last all season. A mix of more heirloom and white pumpkins, fallen leaves I collected in the yard and seeded eucalyptus.
|Another of my “foraging” finds! These leaves were found on a hike near my house and I just loved the colors.|
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