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Looking for easy colorful Fall decorating ideas? This post has been updated for 2021 featuring our Fall Home Tour at our old house (see our previous multigenerational house post)and decorating ideas from past years.
Living Room Fall Decorating Ideas
Colorful Fall Family Room
This is one of my favorite rooms in our home. It’s bright, cheery and super comfy.
Dining Room Fall Decor
Our kitchen is under construction (all new cabinets/flooring/counters….the works) and this room is open to the kitchen, divided by a peninsula. Our family is large, especially when we all gather for dinner at the same time so the open “kitchen/dining” space concept is something we are excited about.
Playroom Fall Decorating
I love the burgundy and orange fall colors in this room.
Fall Decorating Ideas Outdoors
This past weekend I decorated my grandparents small porch off the back of our home as a surprise, mostly for my gram. My grandfather could care less about pretty spaces. She LOVES the fall mums and pumpkins. They coordinate nicely with her still blooming summer flowers.
Updated 2019: My grandmother and grandfather have both passed away since this post was originally written and we have also moved to a new house. If you are new here, you can follow along our new house journey here.
I personally love tiny little cute gourds, colorful fall flower arrangements and fun throw pillows. You don’t need to go overboard when getting ready for fall. It’s amazing what adding a few key fall elements will do to your existing decor. Be sure to check out our Fall Home Tour from 2013 and 2014, 2016 and 2018 for more inspiration.
The NEXT STOP on the tour is Beth at Home Stories A to Z . I bet you might even find her adorable tiny pup in her home sleeping near a pumpkin.
Here is the entire Tour Lineup for Today:
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What started as a hobby, Jessica’s blog now has millions of people visit yearly and while many of the projects and posts look and sound perfect, life hasn’t always been easy. Read Jessica’s story and how overcoming death, divorce and dementia was one of her biggest life lessons to date.