Ready to come on in and tour my cozy fall home? I am welcoming you in to find inspiration in my seasonally decorated autumn home.
As we enter into fall, it is time to dress up our homes for this cozy and warm season!
And let me tell you – I am here for all of it! A cozy fall home is my jam ;).
Well cozy is especially!
I am also joined today and every day this week by several very talented friends who are showcasing their fall homes as well so be sure to scroll down to the bottom of this post so you can see their posts!
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We will be sticking to my downstairs rooms because honestly there isn’t a single sign of fall in our upstairs bedrooms or bathrooms.
Okay – that actually isn’t true – I have fall hand soaps from Bath and Body Works in each of my bathrooms…
I also have some fall pillows on my upstairs loft couch.
But that’s it for knowing it is fall if you are upstairs in my house 🤪.
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Fall in the Entryway
Welcome! Come on in!
The view above is what you will see from my front door as soon as I open it to greet you ;)!
We installed the brick floors about three years ago and they are 100% my favorite flooring in my house ;).
We don’t get very cold temps in San Diego so because of that those brick floors always feel so cool on our hot feet 😉.
You can find all the sources for materials used in my entryway and paint colors on my entryway home tour page here!
Fall florals (leaves) – are some of the prettiest options out of all the seasons.
Target had some amazing faux pumpkin options this year as well!
However 2021 has been the year of VERY LITTLE INVENTORY – so if you are still looking for fall decor items – I cannot emphasize enough to hurry up :).
In fact – I have already started looking at the Christmas decor emails I have been getting this week 😳.
I use wreaths in multiple places in my fall home and this pretty one is one of my favorites.
I got it in late September 2020 and it is not being sold again this year however here is the link to a similar one.
Fall in the Living Room
If you have been following me for a while on Instagram, you know that the first room you hit once you enter our house has been lovingly dubbed the “Christmas Tree Room” for the last 18 years.
This is because we haven’t had any furniture in this room for that many years.
Well besides this pretty recliner we got a few years ago…
It just sat off to the side in our ‘Christmas tree room’ for about two weeks.
And then I sat on it.
And realized – wait this room is very relaxing to sit in.
So my daughter’s lag in grabbing the mini couch started my living room update.
And now it has furniture.
And is cozily decorated for fall ;).
My favorite fall item in this room however is the yellow aspen tree from Balsam Hill in the left corner.
Sadly, it hasn’t been in stock this entire year however they are selling a very pretty Canadian Maple tree that I have had my eye on this year for quite a while ;).
For all other room sources – go to my living spaces home tour page.
Fall in the Dining Room
The dining room in our home stays the same January through August.
So when September rolls around, I get so excited to see the change in decor for the rest of the year!
As with all of the rooms in my house for fall, I kept it neutral and simple with subtly toned glass pumpkins and candle holders.
I added some simple fall decor items to our dining room built in that compliment the fall tablescape in the room.
Fall in the Kitchen
As I have mentioned in pretty much every post I have written this fall (including this one already 😂) – simple and neutral are my goals with my decor this year.
I incorporated some favorite copper accents in the kitchen for this look.
The faux apples were a favorite find this year and I pretty much have them everywhere in my kitchen and family room space!
You can find my yummy pumpkin cookie recipe here if those cookies look delicious to you (and they are fyi!).
I have an entire post designated to my fall kitchen ideas that you can read here…
You can also find all my sources for items in my kitchen on the kitchen page of my home tour ;).
Fall in the Family Room
This is the meeting, binge-watching, and chilling space in our home.
I actually just realized the other day that our family room couch is over ten years old even!
And to be honest, it is still in really good shape ;).
I am sure most of you are thinking – I bet that lighten and brighten hobby of Pasha’s is making her want to replace her dark brown couch…
And you would be correct.
But dangit couches are expensive – aren’t they??
So for now – I keep lots of light (and cozy) throws and pillows on the couch!
It works :).
But I also have my eye on that dark coffee table now 😬.
Check out my post on how to fallify a fireplace mantel this season as well!
I hope you enjoyed your tour of my cozy fall home and found some inspiration for your own home.
Make sure you scroll down to see what my friends are sharing in their fall homes all week!
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Autumn shows us how beautiful it is to let things go.
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Don’t forget to check out my blogger friends’ home tours below especially my sweet friend Shawna’s from Willow Bloom Home for more inspiration and fun!!
Bloggers’ Best Fall Home Tours
This week I’m joining my blogging friends for the Bloggers’ Best Fall Home Tours! All week long we are welcoming you into our homes. You can visit each Fall home tour by clicking the links below.