I am so excited to be a part of the Hello Fall Home Tour. Welcome to those coming from Our Perfecting Manor. This home tour is created and organized by Jennifer at An Inspiring Home and I appreciate her including me. The link to the next home to visit is at the bottom of this post.
For years, decorating for the fall season meant dragging out the faux pumpkins from the attic and scattering them throughout my home. I found that all the pumpkins and fall decor made my home feel cluttered.
The fall season brings my family indoors. We love football on Saturdays and we love to make our favorite fall food. Fall is our favorite! I want my home to feel cozy and happy. I have been following the blogger, Liz Marie Galvin and she gives great tips on how to make your home cozy for fall. Using her tips have made me love decorating for fall. While I still love a pumpkin here and there, I just don’t use them everywhere.
In my home, you will find warm and earthy fall tones, textures, fall candles, and fall faux stems. I also purchase spray paint in warm tones and spray a few old decor pieces to bring in fall for not much money. Also, I always try to decorate my home without spending a lot of money. I try to use what I have and change it to make it new to me.
Let’s start in the kitchen.
To be honest, the zinc top table that my husband and I made makes everything look cozy. You can visit the post for the tutorial. I knitted the knitted table runner several years ago and I use it every year. It brings warmth and texture to the table. It is super easy and quick to knit.
While I was in Hobby Lobby, I saw these little coffee mugs. I don’t know what they are for but I thought they would make a cute napkin ring. Pairing the napkin ring with plaid fabric napkins will look cozy on the table.
Copper is perfect for fall. The dollar store glasses are painted with copper paint and the copper chargers are a thrift store find.
The golden marigold color pairs so well with the gray colors in my living space.
Gold crushed velvet pillows were found at the thrift store. I had to cut off the beaded trim to make them work. The faux concrete lamp is a thrifted lamp repainted.
Lamp Before Paint
I wanted a throw with chunky gold-colored tassels but I did not want to spend $60 for the throw. These can be made so I made one from an old throw that I already had. Here is the tutorial for the Throw with Chunky Tassels.
The stems and the beads in the bowl give the room texture and warmth. How I made the beads from an old car mat can be found in this post.
The warm rust stems from Target are added to a jug vase.
During quarantine, I was determined to learn to paint a landscape. I followed Miss Mustard Seed’s facebook paint class and painted myself this landscape picture.
Our Master bedroom has been grey, white, and silver for many years. I am tired of it and need a change. Warm browns and greens are brought into the room with art, pillows, and a throw. The large pillows were made from a new shower curtain and they look like the pillows that I wanted from my favorite store.
This bedroom was made over for the $100 room challenge last fall. For the challenge you must makeover a room without spending more than $100. Thas rust-colored pillows pop against the black wall and look beautiful for fall.
Thank you for visiting the Hello Fall Home Tour. I hope that you have some ideas for how to bring a cozy and warm fall decor into your home. Hopefully, you discovered that you can decorate for fall without spending too much money.
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Please visit the next home on the Hello Fall Home Tour, Home on Poplar Creek.