My Victorian Farmhouse styled home has been decorated for fall.
Come on in and see the changes!
I’m excited to take you on a tour and show you four easy ways to add fall decor to your home.
Home decorating can be overwhelming sometimes.
But it doesn’t have to be.
These four ideas will put a little pizazz of the season in your home.
And bring a little cheer to your life!
Let’s get started!
No. 1 – Faux Fall flowers, branches, and leaves.
The easiest way to add fall decor to your home is with faux flowers, branches, and leaves.
Check out Hobby Lobby, Joann Fabrics, and Michaels for their 50% off sale.
At the end of the fall season, if any good fall decor things are left on the shelves, they are 70% to 90% off! What a deal.
This year, the rustic orange and mustard yellow floral picks from Hobby Lobby, Joann Fabrics, and Michaels have hit the mark for being the perfect colors for fall.
These colors are cheery and have a homey, cozy feel that says, “welcome fall!”
It simply adds the feel of fall to my breakfast nook area that compliments the blue and white ironstone and transferware on my plate shelf.
Fall floral arrangements on a bedside table are an easy way to bring fall decor to your home.
Plus, I put some orange and yellow leaves in the back of the bouquet, which was a perfect touch of fall.
Another idea is to put fall flowers into an antique water pitcher and bowl from the bygone days.
It’s a great way to put those vintage pitchers to good use and show them off by putting some seasonal flowers inside.
I found this antique pitcher and bowl set from a thrift store for $12.00. The roses on the sides are mustard yellow.
It blends into my fall theme.
Fall Flowers in the kitchen.
For this fall floral arrangement, I plopped two orange floral picks into a Victorian-style ironstone pitcher and called it good.
The vase is stunning on its own.
While doing dishes or preparing dinner, it is so cheery to have some fall flowers on my counter.
No. 2 – Fall Colored Pillows.
These paisley pillow shams have that rust orange with some burgundy.
I found these Pottery Barn pillow shams at a consignment store (Found Interiors).
It was such a neat find.
Taking the same pillow sham, I placed it on this wingback chair for a photo shoot. (See the video where I share how to put casters on a wingback chair here.)
I added a mohair auburn brown pillow in front.
It was found at the same consignment store (Found Interiors) and has that perfect fall-brown vibe going on.
Mustard yellow pillow on my antique sofa.
I saw this Pottery Barn pillow cover from “Found Interiors,” located in Kirkland, WA.
The yellow against my green antique sofa looks amazing!!
No. 3 – Pumpkins.
The single most important fall decor necessity is the pumpkin.
If all you have is a pumpkin, that is good enough.
In the photo above, I place little orange pumpkin clips from Dollar Tree onto each of the dinner plates for my fall tablescape.
Putting pumpkins in a dough bowl.
Inside a dough bowl, I put 48 white pumpkins.
I found 24 mini pumpkins on Amazon and bought two packs! Here is the link to the white pumpkins.
No. 4 – Fall prints.
This is my all-time favorite way to add Fall to my home!
It is cheap and so easy to do.
I buy downloadable FALL prints on Etsy for $2.00 to $5.00.
I placed an order online to have these prints printed in the size I need at my local Fed-Ex shop. Buy them, then pick them up.
Prints can cost between .49 to $28.00, depending on size.
I make sure to pick prints that have a similar color scheme.
For these prints (in the photo above), I wanted a yellow theme.
I love how it turned out!
Fall wall art print above my chalk-painted Victorian antique sofa.
This photo of the framed fall print does not do it justice.
It has a Victorian Farmhouse charm!
The print is of a Victorian house.
I added it to a chippy ornate frame from Goodwill.
The combination of refinement and rustic has my heart singing.
It is how I am in life. A little bit of elegance mixed with some good ole rugged lived in style.
If you’ve ever wanted to paint fabric and need a tutorial, go here.
The antique sofa in the photo was painted with chalk paint.
You, too, can implement these four ways to add fall decor to your home.
They are easy, and I hope they inspired you to pizazz your house for fall!
For more fall inspiration, go here.
Thanks for coming by Victorian Lane Farms.