Farmhouse Fall Tour

Good Wednesday morning friends! Today I wanted to share a little tour of our home decorated for fall. I started decorating around the end of August this year, I love fall and I was so ready to enjoy all the fall things! As the months went on, naturally I moved and switched things around but I never changed our decor. One thing I learned this year is that I like simple and REAL fall decor! You’ll also notice, since its been nine months when I last shared our home, that a few things have changed.

In our dining room this year I had alot of fun putting together another table scape, similar to last years (Fall Home Tour). I used real pumpkins, dried eucalyptus and the cutest little terracotta pots I picked up at Hobby lobby (50% when you go the right week) and Target (on clearance). The brass candle sticks were a vintage find along with the small white plates. The chargers are from Ikea and the large white plates were purchased at Wal-Mart.




This setting didn’t last long because it’s not super practical for our family but I enjoyed it so much for the time being. If I were to host Thanksgiving in our home this would have been my set up. I love the natural organic feel, as if I went to the field for pumpkins and on my way back I grabbed some old pots from the garden shed and threw it all together.

Our dining space is currently very simple and I love it. I’ve simply placed a few real pumpkins around, using mostly white with a couple of muted orange ones. Because I know I’ll get asked, the peg rail was a DIY project that I do plan to share in the near future and the large shelving unit is the Ivar from Ikea! ($40 for this exact set up here!!) I wanted an old bakers rack but I had a very hard time finding one, especially in my price range, so this was the perfect solution. No it’s not a vintage bakers rack but it definitely gives me the look and feel I wanted.



Our entry way was simple, with a few real pumpkins, and a scarf + pillow cover I had from last year.



For our entry table, again I simply added a few real pumpkins to the space. The wreath was purchased last year from Target on clearance and the large framed shiplap was a DIY. (another one I’ll be sharing soon!) I have to say though, the wreath with the baby boos is my favorite!



Our sitting room; more clay pots with white pumpkins on the mantel and a few muted orange in the doughbowl.



Our family room has probably taken on the biggest transformation since I last blogged and I promise to share more about it in another post! This fall season was all about simple+cozy and that was easily achieved in this space! A few pumpkins and some extra blankets was all this room needed!!






Our masterbedroom: white pumpkins, some faux eucalyptus and candle sticks from Ikea ($3.99 a stem/$9.99 set of three candle sticks) and a gorgeous sign from HarperGrayce (you can see her work here). P.S New bedding I’ll be sharing soon but the ticking stripe is still my beloved duvet from Ikea!





Thats it for this years little Fall Home tour, I hope y’all have enjoyed it! As always if you have any questions at all please leave them in the comments below or feel free to email me at! You can also follow my blog via email by selecting the FOLLOW botton on the right hand side of the screen! And if you’re on Instagram come say hi (@misdiy), I love getting to chat with my readers/followers over there! I’ll leave you with this last photo of what our home currently looks like. 🙂


~Happy Reading Friends



12 thoughts on “Farmhouse Fall Tour

  1. Misty,
    I really enjoyed your Farmhouse Fall Tour! I loved the simplicity and use of natural elements! The color scheme speaks to me! Looking forward to your Holiday decor! Thanks for sharing your lovely home🍂



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