disclosure: This post is sponsored by At Home.
Raise your hand if you’ve started decorating for fall.
Come sit by me.
It’s one of my favorite things on the planet.
I walked outside the other day and the morning was cool and the leaves were starting to fall and I knew it was time to get ready for the season ahead. So I spent this past weekend fluffing and carting pumpkins around and putting together dried florals and arranging and rearranging.
My house is ready for fall down to the tiniest acorn and the last stalk of wheat.
Looking for a little fall inspiration?
I. Got. You.
Let’s take a little tour of the family room and kitchen decorated for fall.
Let’s start by the back door.
This is the view as you are facing the back of the house.
I added the PRETTIEST wreath to the french door heading into the laundry room that I found At Home Stores.
Have you ever shopped there before? We have tons of them in the DFW Metroplex and it’s my go-to when I need a little inspiration. They have an amazing selection for every style and every season as well as amazing prices (this wreath was under $35).
They have all of their fall decor grouped together in different colors, so it makes it so much easier to shop for what you are looking for in your home. At Home Stores never disappoints. Every time I visit, I find something I didn’t even know that I was looking for.
There are pumpkins and gourds and leaves and grapevine all put together in the prettiest neutral fall wreath.
I added the basket to the bench and filled it with pumpkins and tucked it underneath the bench. Then I added a throw and a pillow and a pumpkin and the prettiest white gourd I just got from At Home.
This is the view of the kitchen when you walk into the back door.
I wanted to keep it simple on the kitchen island, so I added a basket and filled it with pumpkins and leaves.
I fell in LOVE with this wood pumpkin in the prettiest blue color.
I added a little more fall to the hutch.
The hutch is full of these sweater pumpkins in white and gray.
Here’s a close-up of one of the sweater pumpkins on this lazy susan that would be perfect for a fall charcuterie board.
I also found TONS of the prettiest dried florals and made them into bundles that I used to decorate the hutch with too.
Here’s the view into the family room.
This is the COZIEST room now thanks to pumpkins and throws and these cozy chairs.
I filled the dough bowl with every kind of pumpkin from all the bins in the attic along with these metal leaves.
Behind the sofa, I opened up a toolbox and filled it with more dried florals and smaller pumpkins.
On the side table, I added another pumpkin stand, another gourd and this khaki and gray pumpkin that looks SO REAL.
They have the prettiest embroidery and are trimmed with the tiniest jute ribbon.
Then I pulled out the drawers on this vintage hutch and added a few more pumpkins.
On the mantel in the family room, I started with corn stalks.
Then I layered in this wheat wreath that was so affordable.
I added some books and wood beads and these tiny arrangements of wheat in these metal bins.
On the round game table, I filled up the basket with more blue pumpkins to match the blue pumpkins in the kitchen.
Back to you.
Have you started fall decorating yet?
What colors are you using?
Did you buy anything new?
Let me know if you have any fun ideas you created this year and just know if you are looking for fall inspiration? At Home Stores is the place to be. Head to your local store to find all of the fall decor I shared here. You can also order online and pick it up in the store.
Let me know if you have any questions or I can help with ideas in any way.
When it comes to fall decorating we have to stick together.:)
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