I can’t believe we are already in the second week of September and I’m doing my home tour. I LOVE home tours. Fall is one of my favorites because I know Christmas is right around the corner. Also, the colors I use tend to go with my everyday decor. Later in the month I’m going to do a post on how to decorate for the different seasons without losing your style. So come back for that one. Let’s jump into this fall home tour using neutrals.
I love using a mix of gold, white, brown, and blue in my living room for fall. I think it is elegant and they go so well together. That rust color also looks really nice styled on the shelves in the fall. I don’t think red would look right with the colors I’m using, but the rust color takes the place of the red.
You can choose to use traditional fall colors, or colors that match well with your everyday decor. My decor usually is black and white and then I bring in accent colors. Since there are white pumpkins I tend to go with that for the fall. I have had that orange tray and decorative boxes in this room for about 3 years now so it just works well for this season as my accent color.
I love the view of this room from the second floor. At Christmas time it is the best. I don’t do anything for fall up there, but it’s still fun to look down into this room and see how it changes decor for the seasons.
I changed the blue accessories I used here for the summer and just fell in love with this look. If you missed what it looked like in the summer you can see that here. Do you guys decorate your entryway for the different seasons?
I added this cashmere throw from Frontgate. When I tell you this is the softest blanket I have ever used I’m not exaggerating. You have to get one. They have some now, but it is in a gorgeous smoke gray color. I usually use this in our theater room and the kids know that this is my blanket and no one can touch this one, but me.
I have a little more to show you so I’m doing a fall tour part 2 later in the week. I would love for you to come back for that. Share this post with a friend that loves home tours. Thanks for stopping in.