Looking for some fall decorating inspiration? Our fall living room decor is inspired by the colors of autumn, but with a soft and subtle touch.
Are you ready for fall? I know I sure am! A few weeks back I was feeling like I wanted to hold onto summer, but lately I’m really craving that change of season. Not only does it feel fun to refresh the house a little, but I’m also ready for a little cool down in the weather. Not to mention all the other fun parts of fall that I love!
So I’m embracing the season with the colors of autumn. But just like I did with the mantel, I’m doing them in a softer vein and I’m loving it! Think classic colors of autumn, but in slightly more muted tones. Faded rusts, pale mustard yellows, and of course, those soft green pumpkins that I love. 😉
If you saw last week’s post, you know I used those slightly muted tones in my fall mantelscape, and I’m continuing those throughout the rest of the living and dining rooms.
I didn’t want to go overboard or too “theme-y” with my fall living room decor – simple is usually best in my mind.
But I do like to usher in the season and by using flowers and some natural items I think it feels festive without being too much. For more ways to use natural autumn decor, check out my Four Tips for Simple Fall Decorating here.
On the coffee table I filled my favorite dough bowl with lots of baby boos and Casper whites.
And a small flower arrangement holds a mix of soft fall colors as well.
The mustard yellow pillows are actually from a few years ago. I hadn’t used them in quite awhile and I decided to bring them back out again. I love that they add color to the living room without being too strong!
On the sofa table, I added some dried grasses along with some eucalyptus for a simple nod to the season. And acorns are one of my favorite things to use in the fall! These are a mix of faux and wood, but with real tops. They look so real and can be used year after year – I love that! 😉
In the dining room I went really simple!
Antique hydrangeas mixed with some pepper berries along with another of my favorite Jarrahdales.
And on the sideboard, more baby boos in my favorite urn brings simple fall decor to the space.
I hope this fall decor gives you an idea of how you can incorporate the seasons simply and beautifully without spending a lot of time or money. I’ll be sharing another room later this week, too, so I hope you’ll stop by to see the kitchen as well!
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