Happy Fall, y’all! Thanks so much for joining our fall home tours, we couldn’t wait another second to share with you! Theres so much creativity, which is always a good thing ;).
I was still caught up on summer ’til last week when I walked into TJ’s. My heart dropped when I saw spotted all the gorgeous pumpkins. In my head, I was ready to pumpkin spice everythannnggg.
And that’s just what I did. Rather than going out and spending tons of money on decor, I changed my stuff around (that’s the ultimate self trick), shuffled things around, added beautiful pumpkins and just like that; if feels like autumn in the Berno Residence. If you’ve been wondering how to change up your fall decor this year without spending a lot of money, I’ll show you how easy it is! All you really need is: PUMPKINS
This year’s fall decor consisted of:
3 large fantasy pumpkins
10 mini white pumpkins
5 mini orange pumkpins
1 faux gold pumpkin
4 bunches of Eucalyptus leaves
4 pomegranates (fruit)
+faux mini pumpkins I had from previous years
So first, I opted out of the large orange pumpkins (those are for halloween!). Instead, I purchased 3 fantasy pumpkins at TJ’s . You can see they are a more muted, neutral-isa hue. So, so pretty, especially if you’re a lover of neutrals like me. The color is much more subtle and blends with any style. I placed one right at the front door, as this is the very first look of fall our guests will take in.
Next up, the kitchen! I still planned on incorporating a bit of orange, so I spread a few mini pumpkins out. I relocated a few of my plants around to bring in a pop of orange from their terra cotta pots. While I was at TJ’s I bought 4 bunches of eucalyptus, and with the seeded branches, I made a eucalyptus garland to hang over my kitchen window. Then, I placed a kilim runner along the sink, one that is normally in our master bedroom.
In the dining room, I created a colorful and moody fall tablescape. That was so fun! I used everything I already had and simply bought 4 pomegranates!
I took my tie dye scarf and used it as a runner. Then I mixed a few of my fake pumpkins with the real ones, to create volume around the runner. In addition, I used 4 pomegranates for that reddish color. I planted 6 succulents in individual mini pots so that each guests has a little something to take home.
I used some more of the eucalyptus bunches to make this very simple arrangement. Elegant yet, simple and very easy to recreate!
Recently, I bought some awesome hmong and faux leather pillows! I knew they’d come in handy during the season, as their hue fits right in! I added a few more fake pumpkins to my coffee table. Because I have an abundance of color in my living room as is, I opted not to add much more orange, except for an orange mini pumpkin to my floating shelves (on both sides).
i couldn’t resist this gold pumpkin at Michael’s for 60% off! I mean, I’ve saved enough, wouldnt you say? ;).
Little details go a long way! There’s a tiny drop of autumn in almost every corner of our home!
In the bedroom, I moved few things around too. I usually keep this blue and pink mexican blanket in my florida room, but I decided to bring it inside and place it over the bed. The best part about it is, Adam can’t complain bc it’s got blue in it. Haha (talk about slick). My authentic indigo mud cloth pillows got moved over here from the dining room.
Another fantasy pumpkin is on our dresser. Isn’t the color just amazing? A touch of pink, beige and even orange. I can’t even handle it.
I added a small gold pumpkin to my side of the bed. Something tells me my husband won’t be too upset about that.
Time for plaid! Woo-hoo! This scarf is so old, but is always a must have for this season. Don’t forget that your clothes can certainly be incorporated into your decor any time you choose to do so!
And approximately $40 dollars later, fall is here! I hope you feel inspired to create a beautiful season for yourself without breaking the bank. For more design inspo, run over to my friends’ blogs. They will not disappoint and have beautiful ideas to share with you, be sure to click on the links below!