Cute Decor Ideas and a Modern Farmhouse Fall Home Tour



fall farmhouse home tour


If you’re looking for fall decorating ideas, you’ve come to the right place. Fall is by far my favorite season to decorate, and I’m excited to share my fall farmhouse home tour with you today! A few weeks ago, I showed you my fall porch tour, and today I’m opening up the doors to our home.


Decorating your home for fall doesn’t have to break the bank. I always shop end-of-season sales, hit the Target bullseye shop, and resale stores to gradually build up my collection. I have several simple fall craft tutorials that I’ve shared over the years and I’ll link to them throughout this post.


Let’s get started with my fall farmhouse home tour and some simple swaps you can make to refresh your home for fall starting with the entryway. Adding a fall-themed wreath to your front door adds a cozy element and instant curb appeal. You can find two of my favorite fall DIY wreath tutorials here and here.


Dining Room

Anything burlap adds a rustic touch, and I’ve had this runner on my table for years. The wood and metal risers are from my Decor Steals summer box. I gussied up my Rae Dunn pitcher with some floral stems and twine. The faux pumpkin spice latte decor was easy to DIY. All you need is a mug, spackle, and cinnamon from the Dollar Tree.


Wood box signs are fun to add a festive touch and are easy to incorporate into your existing decor. On the sideboard, I added two wood box signs and another faux pumpkin spice latte mug.



Living Room

If you’ve been following along with me, you know that we had all of our belongings in storage for the past year and a half and just recently moved into our new home. It’s been fun to pull out my fall decor and decorate. And it’s helped me with not wanting to buy anything because everything seems new to me again.


I added boxwood wreaths to the willow baskets on the wall. The throw pillows were a clearance find at Hobby Lobby, and the faux fur throw is from Target.


Once October rolls in, I always incorporate a few Halloween pieces. The pumpkin, tombstones, and faux books on the entry table are from the Target dollar spot.


An easy way to add a festive vibe to your decor is to create a centerpiece with faux pumpkins and floral stems. I took a vintage soda crate, filled it with pumpkins, added the candlesticks, and topped one with a fall leaf mason jar candle holder and the other with a pumpkin.



Family Room

I saved the coziest room in our home for last. Switching out the throw pillows on your sofa is one of the simplest ways to incorporate seasonal touches into your home. I found the pumpkin and truck throw pillows at Costco, and they were a steal at $5 each! Candles are another easy and affordable way to up the cozy factor to your space.


I decorated our new cedar mantel with garland and swapped candles for pumpkins to top the candlesticks. I loaded up the fireplace hearth with faux pumpkins. You can find my 5-minute plaid pumpkin tutorial here.


Did you notice the black floor lamp in the corner? It’s the Geo floor light from Gantri. Gantri has unique lighting designs that are functional and that you also won’t find anywhere else. What’s even better is that they collaborate with leading global designers and make their lamps sustainably with plant-based materials. Pretty cool, right? Check out Gantri’s beautiful lighting collection and use code DOUSEDINPINK20 for 20% off!




Thank you for reading! I hope my fall farmhouse home tour gave you some fall decorating inspiration!


Also see: Easy Halloween Raven Wreath Tutorial and Fall Home Tour 2019


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