I absolutely love fall, but I don’t love the bright oranges and deep rusts usually associated with the season. Rather than use the typical colors, I’ve used warm, soft autumn colors inspired by nature for this fall family room tour.
Much like I did with the living room mantel I shared last week, I went with what I consider to be fall colors, but in more muted and slightly toned down shades than is typical. I love that the colors make the house feel cozy and warm, yet they are subtle enough to work in my mostly neutral house.
As I shared last week, I’m completely crushing on copper! Here I added a mercury copper pumpkin. And the little copper plant mister is vintage – I was so excited when I found it!
It’s nice to add some cozy texture when fall and winter roll around. This faded wool throw is perfect for adding those muted colors I’m loving right now. I also moved my living room pillows in here (the pillows that were here were green florals) creating more of a neutral vibe for all the autumn colors to work off of.
I talked about these copper votives last week – I am so smitten with them! They are from Pottery Barn and come in lots of shapes and sizes! I could not resist the them….aren’t they so perfect for fall?!
The kitchen table looks right into our family room so really it’s one large space. Lush fall colored hydrangeas in a rusty bucket along with some small white pumpkins created the simple table look.
These fading hydrangeas are one of my absolute favorite flowers! And they just say “fall” to me 🙂 Runner is a vintage grain sack.
The sweater pillow adds more of the cozy factor. Now that I have the living room pillows in here, I’m not sure I’m going back to the green ones! I love the softer look it gives the room, and I’m not so locked into a color when decorating.
I hope you enjoyed my fall family room, and that it got you excited to decorate for fall! Whether you go for bold, traditional colors, or enjoy a more neutral look (like I did last year), either way putting out a little bit of decor definitely adds something to the season.
Decorating for these tours definitely gets me more excited for the change of seasons, and makes me appreciate all the different, wonderful things that each season holds. I even started baking some pumpkin bread this past week!
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