Fall home decor harvest decoration autumn leaves pumpkins neutral house home Hi guys! Obviously, one of my favorite holidays to decorate for is Fall (autumn, Halloween, Thanksgiving). I start in August, and keep it all up through November 30. I have collected quite a bit of stuff over the years, and reuse my same items every year, but in different ways. For the den, I think I used just about the exact same items from last year. I did buy the burlap banner from Target for $3.00, and I painted HARVEST on it with brown paint. I also added one of my Pottery Barn plaid throws to the fireplace.

These little woodland animals are also from Target: Randy the raccoon, and Fred the fox. They coordinate well with the plaid pumpkins and the neutral and black pumpkins. I added in a few random leaves for color and some pinecones. I’ve had the firewood basket (Kirklands), and I bought the olive bucket at World Market.

Next, is the little antique bench in my kitchen by the staircase. This is the coziest little spot in our kitchen. Again, it is decorated very similar to last year, but I added a different mug, a new little DIY sign, and the brown pillow. I made the “vintage” pumpkin crate underneath the bench using scrap wood and paint. This area is also one of Holly’s (our kitty) favorite places to take a nap.

Finally, this is our breakfast table in the kitchen. I usually have a round wooden tray (Kirklands) in the middle of the table with different seasonal plants, etc. For Fall, I am using colored pumpkins and succulents. These pumpkins came from Target and Home Goods.

I hope these inexpensive Fall ideas have inspired you to get out your autumn decor and get decorating! Fall is so colorful and fun! Stay tuned for the next Fall room tours — the Dining Room and Foyer!