The first official day of fall is right around the corner—and we couldn’t be more excited! There is something extra magical about autumn as the temperature cools, the leaves change, and we finally have an excuse to pull out the fall decorations once again.
If you’re on the hunt for some new fall home décor ideas, we’ve got you covered! Below we’ve pulled a few beautiful home tours, how-tos and DIYs from some of our favorite Colorado bloggers to help you create the autumn oasis of your dreams. Enjoy!
From: Inspiration for Moms
Last year, Laura from Inspiration for Moms spent a whole month showing her readers how to decorate their homes for fall, from choosing the right textiles and colors to picking the perfect fall art. She dedicated the last blog post in that series to tips and tricks for decorating for fall outside! Here, she outlines her favorite ways to incorporate interesting planters to display mums and other fall flowers. And she lists a few tips on how to layer your doormats and rugs to add just a little something extra to your porch. Click here to read the whole post.
We’re pretty obsessed with Sarah Joy’s neutral and minimalist décor year-round, but there is something extra special about it during the fall! Boasting tan and white pumpkins, light orange foliage and cushy tan blankets, Sarah’s 2020 living room was absolutely beautiful. On her blog post showcasing the room and its décor last year, she picked out a few pieces and delved into why she picked them for her space, giving you ample opportunities to take some fall décor inspiration. Click here to read the whole post.
From: Jeanne Oliver
Fall is the season for (safe!) family gatherings and holiday meals. That means when we’re decking out the rest of our homes in pumpkins and leaves, we can’t forget about our dining spaces! Luckily, Jeanne Oliver offered up a whole blog post of inspiration last year, featuring several of her past fall tablescapes in a few different dining tables. While some are simpler, only including a fall themed tablecloth and a hint of natural pieces, some are more extravagant, boasting large, carved log placemats and massive fall leaf bouquets. Click here to read the whole post.
From: Colorado Nest
Most of us tend to think about fall decorating in terms of large displays packed full of colorful pumpkins, branches covered in leaves, hay bales and scarecrows galore. But sometimes it’s nice to keep it simple and let the colorful Aspens and falling leaves speak for themselves. Laura Medicus Interiors outlines a few ways to keep it simple this season in her blog post on Colorado Nest by including smaller displays around your home and porch without overdoing it. ” One cute pumpkin on the hall table is sometimes all you need. Better time spent hiking and leaf peeping with the family (or with yourself).” Click here to read the whole post.
From: Building Our Story
Is it just us, or do Mason Jars just scream fall? These simple and easy to find storage solutions can easily be turned into décor pieces as is or with a little sprucing up! We happen to love this DIY from Censie at Building Our Story. In her post she simply paints her Mason Jar a pretty forest green and fills it with a few faux fall branches before topping it off with an orange bow. Click here to read the whole post.
Last year, we outlined some of our favorite ways to decorate your home for fall with the help of some Northern Colorado businesses! From picking pumpkins from a NoCo pumpkin patch to visiting a local home decor store, our region offers plenty of ways to make your home autumn-ready while also #ShoppingLocal. Click here to read the whole post.
From: Me and My Inklings
It just wouldn’t be fall without a wreath DIY! We love this one from Laura Kelly’s blog that outlines how to whip up an adorable fall wreath using a grapevine wreath, some flowers and colorful hemp cord. And, because none of the pieces on the grapevine wreath are permanently glued on, you can customize this DIY for any season you want just by swapping out the colors and foliage every few months. Click here to read the whole post.
Inspired by the golden Aspens and vibrant Colorado hills, Holliday from Home with Holliday made sure to include plenty of natural touches—including lots of pumpkins—in her 2020 fall décor! Her warm and cozy living room featured a cozy throw blanket, a simple vase with fall foliage, candles and several pumpkins. She also made sure to don her dining room with pumpkins as well, using a harvest gold theme this time. And, for even more inspiration, she included a bonus tablescape design at the end of her blog post, this time featuring white roses, light green hydrangeas and silver and gray pumpkins. Click here to read the whole post.
How are you planning to decorate your home for fall this year? Let us know in the comments below!