I’m excited to take you around my home to show you the cozy fall touches I have added lately.
This year, I took my time decorating my home for fall.
Maybe it’s because our fall weather leisurely showed its appearance here in the Pacific Northwest.
I love this time of year.
It feels cozy as the cold days make you want to curl up and sit in front of the fireplace.
I want to start by showing you a beautiful part of our home.
It’s our dining room.
Recently, I painted a hutch with Annie Sloan chalk paint.
Placing this in our dining room to display all of my white ironstone collection was so exciting.
The fall touches added to this hutch were simple.
I added a moody framed vintage print and a metal “pumpkin patch” sign on top of the hutch.
I placed a green pumpkin inside a gravy bowl.
The white pedestal is a recent find.
I put a small grapevine wreath that has orange berries and put it on top of the pedestal.
And a green pumpkin tucked inside the wreath.
This was a simple way to add a fall touch to this hutch.
On my dining table, I placed an antique white ironstone pitcher that has some burgundy thistle and creamy white fall flowers.
Filling a wicker basket with some pumpkins and placing it beside the floral arrangement completed the look on my table.
On the wall above the dollhouse, I hung a chunky white frame.
Inside I placed a print of some trees with vibrant tangerine orange leaves.
The mustard yellow striped lumbar pillow on the antique settee next to the dollhouse adds to the changes in this dining room.
In my fireside room, I added a sunflower bouquet on top of an end table that is between two green French Provincial chairs.
The muted colors are perfect in this room.
I placed three pumpkins in front.
Perfect cozy fall touches!
On top of our fireplace, I put a couple of brass candelabras and a vase.
These were some recent finds.
Here is the blog post sharing these and more antique and thrift finds.
In the vase, I stuffed it with some yellow and orange fall leaves.
The water pitcher and washing bowl were a thrift store find from last year.
It has the perfect fall colors with mustard yellow roses.
Inside I put some white berries, yellow leaves and a white hydrangea stem.
I think this is gorgeous!
In my kitchen, I placed my favorite Victorian oil painting beside my sink.
I found this unframed 30 years ago.
It was a garage sale find with a piece of tape across the front that said $2.00.
After 10 years, my husband had it framed for me as a birthday gift.
It’s pretty special.
On top of a wood block, I put a large white pumpkin next to my flow blue teacup and saucer that I use to hold a scrub brush.
The bouquet of flowers has a rust color with a large white sunflower.
Resting against the Pfalzgraff teapot, I put a rust-colored pumpkin.
I put a fall display on the other side of my kitchen.
This is where I have our kitchen lamp tucked inside the basket.
The bouquet of leaves, acorns, and thistles fits perfectly with the rust colors of fall.
Inside a brown transferware bowl is an orange “hello pumpkin” sign and some pumpkins.
Taking two large pumpkins, I tuck them beside the bouquet.
I love the simplicity of the fall decor in our kitchen.
This breakfast nook with all of my flow blue collection together is breathtaking!
This was a delight to decorate.
For the bouquet, I kept with the blues, adding some tan leaves.
Using Spring flowers to fill up this vase adds to the beauty.
I gathered all my favorite flow blue dishes and placed them on this shelf.
On top is a small brown “Hello Fall” sign.
Simply adding some small pumpkins and a pinecone adds simple fall touches.
My favorite is the blue velvet pumpkins. I will link those here.
I added a “Fall Sweet Fall” sign to the gallery wall in my living room.
Laying the sign against the mirror and placing rust-colored leaves with a small green pumpkin was the perfect fall touch for this space.
On the day I recorded this living room, I lit some candles.
It felt so good to have every area in my home done.
Lighting these candles symbolized that I can relax and enjoy this fall season.
Here is the video sharing a fall home tour.
On top of a Goodwill shelf that is hung beside my front door, I placed some white pumpkins.
Not the greatest photo.
But I wanted to give you an idea of where it is.
Here’s the Goodwill shelf up close.
Finding a place to hang this farmhouse-styled shelf was so rewarding.
I love the rusty colors with the hint of blue.
Putting two little pumpkins on top completed the look.
I added some cozy fall touches to our bathroom.
I put some cotton stems inside a Pfalzgraff vase.
Not just any cotton stems. But the ones with eucalyptus like the ones here.
I have come across cotton stems, but none compare to the delicate and realistic look of these ones. So pretty!
I have a brown teacup and saucer set on the other side of this shelf.
The transferware pattern is called Fleur de Lis.
It’s a sweet brown pattern, and I love its vintage look.
Next to the sink in our guest bathroom are some wooden drawers I found from Goodwill.
You can see the Goodwill sticker still on the side. Oops!
Yes, I roll like that and keep the stickers on sometimes.
The bouquet of flowers inside the brown jug has the perfect fall colors.
The three sunflowers with some orange berries make this so beautiful!
The wooden wall art has to be the most gorgeous thing I have found.
The colors are so warm and have that vintage vibe that fits so well in my home.
In this print are some fall colors that enhance the fall colors in this bathroom.
I love how it all adds a cozy fall touch to my home.
Thank you for coming by to see how I placed some touches of fall in our home.
As always, I wish you the best.
Taking time for ourselves and relishing family is so important.
Wishing you an amazing week, friend.
To get some more fall inspiration go here.
Thanks for coming by Victorian Lane Farms.