Ever since coming home and living with Johnny, I feel like every season is fresh and new! Before, I would do a little here and there for each holiday, with the exception of Christmas since I always had a tree. Now, I want to go all out on almost every holiday! The end of the year can get expensive for anyone, so I wanted to make sure whatever I buy as far as decor is something I can use for years to come. I’m not the biggest fan of Halloween but I do love fall, so I’m excited to bring you along on a fall home decor tour.
Before I get started on fall home decor, I want to share links to a few of my most asked home questions. You can read more about our sofa and the process of ordering it online here. It actually has a pull-out bed and is so comfortable! I’ll link my coffee table, accessories, pillows and throws below.
First up on our fall home decor tour is our living room. One of the centerpieces in our living room is our new Joybird Aaro console. It’s a beautiful piece incorporating wood, gold hardware and that touch of white trim I love. One of my favorite aspects of this particular console is how much storage it provides, while also keeping ugly cables and cords hidden. Now that I’m older, the idea of “hiding” things is so appealing to me, especially when it comes to storage in our home! All of the drawers are soft-close, which I love! I store any fall decor I’m not using in the top drawer on the right.
Another big reason we wanted this particular console is how it puts our TV at the right height. This way when we sit on our sofa, we don’t have to tilt our heads and look up to watch TV. It’s truly a gorgeous piece and really sets the tone for our living room! Check out Joybird’s other consoles available here. Another console I love from Joybird is their Oberlin Console Cabinet. It has the same white and wood tones but no hardware, so it can be easier to mix and match in your home if you have chrome or silver.
In our living room, I prefer to stick with neutrals when it comes to fall decor. I love getting cream or ivory pumpkins because you can use them year after year. It blends seamlessly with other decor you may have and is easy to style! It can be harder with orange pumpkins. I like to style things in three’s or fives. For example, a cluster of three pumpkins together or a cluster of five items that happen to be a mix of pumpkins and other items.
We added this buffalo plaid table lamp to our console by the entry way. At first I was unsure what to do with it but I think it adds a nice pop to the room! Plus, it’ll blend in with our MacKenzie-Childs holiday decor when we get that set up.
A new addition is the gold lantern sitting on our console. It’ll be fun to fill up with different items depending on the season. Since it’s fall, right now it’s filled with faux pumpkins, pinecones, mini birchwood logs and other knick-knacks.
More than a month ago, I did a fall kitchen decor post. Since then, some things have changed and I’ve added in some items. This cast-iron pumpkin-shaped pot has to be one of my favorite purchases! It’s sturdy, easy to use, easy to clean and looks so darn cute on our cooktop and counters! P.S. notice the cluster of three items in the background, following my previous rule.