Simple Fall Decorating Ideas

Well heeeyyy there! It’s been a minute hasn’t it? I’ve been soaking up some new baby goodness for the last four weeks and I’m just sort of starting to get back into a normal (or new normal) groove. But I’m resurfacing today to join some of my friends for another round of Seasonal Simplicity Tours hosted by House by Hoff and The Happy Housie. I’m the first stop on today’s tour, but when you’re done here, be sure to click through all of the other beautiful spaces from earlier this week.Simple-Fall-Decorating-Ideas

Today I have the simplest of Fall decor for you. In fact, so simple that I’ve been stressing and hesitant all week about sharing it. We welcomed baby four weeks ago today, so these days, the decor around my house consists more of burp cloths, baby swings, and bottles, and there’s not much I want to do besides sit on the couch and soak up those snuggles and that beautiful baby smell. BUT, I love Fall and it’s not in my nature to not at least change out a few things for the season, so I cleaned up a little, grabbed some pumpkins and mums while I was at my local farm the other day, pulled out my pillows from last year (and a few others from my hoard–it’s a problem) and brought some very simple Fall into the house. Fall Home Tour

Now that the weather is getting cooler, the outdoor decor is making it’s way inside, so I filled my copper lantern with pumpkins, added a mum and a fall candle inside of a mercury glass candle holder I already had and called it a day. Oh, and a big fat pine cone. Nothing says “Fall” like pumpkins and pine cones.

Fall Dining Room

This yellow pitcher is an old favorite of mine, but it doesn’t usually seem to work during the rest of the year. For Fall, it’s perfect though, so I grabbed some Fall-y faux florals at Hobby Lobby and threw them in. I’m usually all about live plants, but this was just a simpler solution these days, and I love that little pop of purple for the season. Also, simple Fall decorating: candles, candles everywhere. In all of those spicy Fall scents. It could be 100 degrees outside and as soon as you walk into a house that smells like pumpkin spice, you’re automatically transported. AmIRight?!
Fall Decor Ideas MyFabulessLife.comFall Decorating Ideas

I pulled out my velvet pillows and fur throw to bring in those Fall textures.Fall Simplicity Home Tour

Simple Fall Decor

More pumpkins. More pine cones. Like I said, the simplest of Fall decor. Simple Fall Decorating

And now I get to send you off to the next stop: Erin Spain. Today is the last day on a full week of tours, so don’t forget to go check out all of the other beautiful Fall inspiration!


House by Hoff / The Happy Housie / The House of Wood / That’s My Letter / Maison de Pax


Nina Hendrick Design / Cherished Bliss / Town and Country Living


A Burst of Beautiful / at HOME with the Barkers / Place of My Taste / The Wicker House / Paint Me Pink


The Turquoise Home / Just a Girl and Her Blog / At Charlotte’s House / House 214 Design / Haneen’s Haven


My Fabuless Life / Erin Spain / Robb Restyle / Tidy Mom / Paper Daisy Design

You Might Also Like:

Simple Thanksgiving TableSimple Collected Thanksgiving Table |

 A Simple Fall Porch

Simple Fall Porch Decor |


  1. says

    Congratulations on your new baby! Such a crazy time but so fleeting and precious too. Love your lovely and simple fall touches! Thanks for joining us on the tour!

  2. says

    Congrats on your new addition! So sweet! And I love your beautiful fall touches! That is way more than I was doing when I had a four week old! :) Hope you have a wonderful weekend!

    ~Abby =)

  3. says

    Congratulations! Enjoy time with that new baby! Your home is gorgeous and seasons of simplicity are always the best. I like your neutral decor and natural accents.

Leave a Reply to Charlotte Smith Cancel reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>