My Fall Home Decor Tour


Do you get excited for seasonal changes, and the opportunity to jazz up your decor? Oh, yes…that’s me BIG time! There’s just something refreshing about a new season. In one way I hate to say goodbye to summer, longer days, lazy dazy attitude..sigh, but I’m ready for some cooler weather and a new routine! To me, Fall is the introduction to the holiday season. The stores are filled with Halloween, Thanksgiving & Christmas decor and that’s when the creative juices wake up and start going for me. Bring on the Holidays my decor freak friends!!…

I thought it would be fun to give a little tour of my home and maybe some inspiration. A few of the same spaces have been styled different ways as well. If you know me, you’ll know nothing stays in its place very long! Everything gets a chance to be the star any given day at my house!

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Since we have only been in our home a few months, each season brings new excitement, different spaces to decorate, changes in how to place things and all the decor looks brand new when it has a fresh home to settle in. The anticipation of what to do for the holidays is so exciting, yet challenging. When you’ve been in a home for a while, you can get stuck doing the same thing year after year, am I right friends? You purchase items to go in a certain place and it’s just easier to do what has always been done, rather than to rethink it all.

As itchy as I am to get going, this new space will be a big challenge…so I say bring it, I’m ready!




The entryway is part of the great room. So to give it its own little spotlight, I just gathered a few pumpkins and placed them with crates to frame and anchor the front door. This year I’m loving the neutral pumpkins with the pops of black I have in my home. It’s a nice transition from summer to fall. Once October arrives, I’ll start adding more color and Halloween. Thanksgiving will be a bit more colorful and “dressed up”.

Pillows, rug, topiary on door- Kirklands


Greenery-Hobby Lobby




Wreath- Target


Silver pumpkin-Hobby Lobby







Wheat- Home Goods

pumpkin was a DIY- I just used Modge Podge to apply strips of scrip scrapbook paper onto the pumpkin then antiqued it with a little stain

Pine cones were bleached in one part bleach one part water




Having an open concept home has many challenges, hello lack of walls! Where do you place furniture and hang things? Yikes… This is my biggest problem! I did have to scale back quick a bit from previous years since I have fewer rooms and therefore fewer places to put the “stuff”! Staying with the same color scheme is most important with an open concept. It brings a little more cohesiveness to the room and makes it feel less cluttered or confusing!



Decorating a table has always been my most favorite thing about the holidays. It’s the heart of your home and where everyone (and everything!) gathers. I’ve played around with several different ideas so far this year, so hopefully one of them will give you some inspiration for your own home. I really enjoy using natural elements on my tables. The little wreaths & pine cones are unexpected surprises to embellish a table. If you want to see more table inspo you can go here>>Creative & pretty ways to transition into fall & progress your decor throughout the upcoming seasons




Straw chargers-World Market

Black chargers-Hobby Lobby

Napkins- Pier one



Gather sign- Three Mango Seeds/Etsy


Napkins- Kitch Studios/Etsy


Burlap & white chargers-Pier One





Buffalo Check Napkins- Pottery Barn

Small script plates-Michaels


Greenery placemats & Napkins- Pier 1

Leaf Plates- Target dollar spot

Check Ribbon-Hobby Lobby

Small Fabric pumpkins- Target dollar spot





For centerpieces look for unique containers. I love using bread bowls, large metal baskets, crates & boxes are some ideas. This old carpenters box on wheels is one of my favorite finds and I couldn’t wait to pop some fun pumpkins in that baby! The small fabric pumpkins are from Target dollar spot!! I mean wow right? I made the larger velvet ones a few years ago and they were super simple to do!



We recently finished our kitchen backsplash. You can read about it here>> Update your kitchen back splash tile with bead board

I kept the decor simple and added a few natural elements, like greenery and wood to keep it consistent with the rest of the decor in the house.


Silver Pumpkin- Hobby Lobby

White pumpkin-Michaels







I don’t usually do much decorating for the holidays in our bedroom because I don’t want to feel crowded, know what I mean? Because our room is very soft in color and a bit more formal, I used some silver pumpkins and these gorgeous little velvet beauties I purchased a few years ago (they were a bit of a splurge but they were calling my name and I couldn’t let them down! The pretty pillow covers are from an Etsy shop called living with Amanda. You need to check out her darling handmade pillow covers for sure!


Wreath- Target

Fall pillow covers- Living with Amanda/Etsy

Bedding-Ballard Designs




Because my daughter’s room is pretty and shabby chic, I just added a pop of greenery and a cozy sweater blanket




Vase-Hobby Lobby


This little attic guest room is so sweet. I wanted to just make it feel cozy so I added a sweater blanket, a few cotton stems and sweet little pumpkin on a tray. Small touches are enough to make it feel festive without feeling cluttered.

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Bedding- Ikea


Ok this is the worlds most awkward place to photograph! Our front porch is very narrow so next time, I’ll get a ladder in the yard and try to get a pic from the front! I prefer to add real pumpkins and plants outside and just pray I can keep them alive! It’s still too early for cornstalks here, but they will be appearing as soon as I can get my hands on some!







Rug & pillows- Kirklands

Baskets-Hobby Lobby

Floral picks in door arrangement-Hobby Lobby



Well my friends, this concludes my Fall Home tour. I hope You found something to inspire you to create some Fall loveliness in your own home I’ll be adding Halloween in a few weeks (gotta get through the wedding we are hosting at our home first!!)  As always, thanks for visiting and I hope you’ll come back often! xoxo

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September 19, 2017

  1. Laura Kellogg says:

    Love love love it! It’s especially nice to look at all these beautiful photos because I’ve been there to see such loveliness in person. Well done!

    • says:

      Awww thanks your are the sweetest friend ever girl!! Thanks for the feed back, glad you liked the tour…now you get to see it for reals!! xoxo hugs

  2. Denise says:

    Deborah I love all your fall decor! What a gorgeous home you have. Love your style and this tour was fantastic. Great job !

    • says:

      Hi Denise,
      Thanks so much, I really appreciate your kind comments and I’m so glad you liked the tour. Hope you’ll come back often, it’s great to have you!
      Take care

  3. Simply stunning! Love the kitchen, your stair case, and porch especially! So glad to find this link at Amaze Me Mondays link party too!
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    • says:

      Hey there!
      You are the sweetest and thank you so much for the compliments, you made my day! Love learning about link parties and I really appreciate your assistance with it. Hopefully I’ll get the hang of it soon!
      xoxo ~Deborah

  4. Cindy says:

    Gorgeous home Deborah and I so enjoyed the tour!!!

    Thanks so much for sharing at AMAZE ME MONDAY!

    • says:

      Thank you so much Cindy, I appreciate your kind comments. Glad you liked the tour
      xoxo ~Deborah

  5. Lisa says:

    Beautiful Fall decor. I am not an orange person so I particularly love all the white pumpkins and natural elements. The wheat sheaves on your dining table are gorgeous. Visiting from Amaze Me Monday.

    • says:

      Hi Lisa,
      So glad you stopped by and liked the tour. I’m not an orange person either. That was my first blog link party, so I’m happy someone checked out my blog, I really appreciate it. I’m going to check out your blog now.
      Thanks so much!

  6. your home is really beautiful. Love how you’ve added black to the brown and white to add drama. It’s inspiring to see all the creative things you’ve added.

  7. says:

    Thanks so much, I really appreciate your kind comments and glad you stopped by. I love the pops of black in decor & glad you enjoyed the post.

  8. Deborah thank you for these tips. Especially those golden, yellowish pumpkins are so chic and so festive. I’m impressed!
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  9. Andrea Hayes says:

    Hi I was wondering where u got the plates with the balls around the rims please and thanks you???

    • says:

      Hi Andrea,

      I’ve had them for several years. They are from a home based business I used to sell for called Southern Living at Home. Unfortunately they are no longer around. Total bummer because I’d love more. You may be able to find them on Ebay or Craigs List?
      Thanks so much for following along, I appreciate it so much!
      ~Deborah xoxo

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