All The Fall Feels Home Tour

This year I took a very simple approach to my fall decor, I wanted there to be as many natural elements as possible. It’s hard not to use outdoor elements when everything is such pretty colours this time of year. The local pumpkin farm that I usually get my supplies from was unfortunately hailed out this year, so I had a lot more difficulty finding the items I wanted to use. They didn’t have a single white pumpkin make it through the storm and my own garden struggled as well so I was out of luck. I decided to stick with orange pumpkins, red mountain ash berries, and white/red potted moms for the outside decor. Inside the house, I went with dried wheat and barley, my garden hydrangeas, red apples, pomegranates and tiny white pumpkins. I’m so happy with how festive all of my decor turned out this season so take a peek pictures below and enjoy!

The red berries from the Mountain Ash trees this year were so large that they almost  looked like bundles of flowers.  I added them in next to the pumpkins and mums on the steps.

For all the details on my West Elm stair runner, head over to my DIY post. Chandelier from the Pottery Barn. Pillow is Linen and Ivory. Ladder is Vintage North. The white pumpkins are Homesense.

Early 20th Century, vintage French florist bucket Lilac & Linen Interiors

Hand blown perfumery bottles, France 1880, from Lilac & Linen Interiors

Hand blown perfumery bottles, France 1880, from Lilac & Linen Interiors

Find all the details on my autumn tablescape here.

Cuddle Weather pillow is Linen and Ivory. Sheep skin rug is Costco and slip cover couch is Ikea.

Vintage French baskets Lilac & Linen Interiors

Antique grape pickers wooden basket, early 20th century France, Lilac & Linen Interiors.  Pillow is Linen and Ivory

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One thought on “All The Fall Feels Home Tour

  1. Gorgeous!! I love all your styling and ‘making do’ with what is available in your area as far as pumpkins go. The natural elements are perfect for the season. I even like the old enamel pot filled with tomatoes! 🙂 Have a beautiful week!

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