As we transition to cooler weather, my home décor becomes more comfortable and rustic. From a leather throw pillow to fall wreaths and copper lanterns, here are some of my favorite fall farmhouse decorations.
I love the Neutral home With a similar panel from room to room.
I also enjoy adding small, mood-changing accents as the seasons change.
while trying Not Running to Target and Pottery Barn to buy everything new, I love to play musical chairs with my home decor and get things moving.
I quit Throw pastel pillows in spring And the beachy decor (like corals!) is pops of color in the summer months.
For the fall season, it’s all about making things as comfortable as possible!
You probably won’t find me dealing with spooky Halloween decor indoors, but I’ll definitely be mixing fall colors like plaids and earth colors to warm our space from September through Thanksgiving (when we’re highlighting all things Christmas).
What distinguishes farm decor?
When you search for “farm decor” in Google, you’ll see many of the following dialects:
- rustic wood
- Neutral + muted colors
- Vintage signs and accessories
- greens + plants
- ceramic pottery
- galvanized accents
- distressed furniture
- black metal
- natural light
Why do I love farmhouse decor
I was drawn to Ranch because the palette is generally neutral, but there is a lot of variety in texture. It makes me feel relaxed and calm.
I like to include natural elements like grasses, plants, burlap, and wood because they bring the outdoors in.
While you will certainly find intricately decorated homes there, to me, the style leans toward simplicity and simplicity.
Is the farmhouse obsolete?
There were rumors. I tend to agree with 100 year old Betty You’ll never completely go out of farmhouse elements because they tend to be simple, natural, and neutral. Kind of like how historic homes are always beautiful.
But I think trends like shiplap will take its course. We are discussing how much shiplap (if any) we put in New home after renovation!
And farm banners (like “Live Laugh Love”) are probably already phased out 🙂
What’s in: Cottagecore
Apparently Kotagikor It is all the rage. Think cozy blankets, candles, folk and antique touches, tablecloths, and wildflowers in vases and painted wall art.
If farmhouse décor is large and luxurious, cottagecore is even smaller and cuddly.
This is all ranch to me, so I guess I like both!
Farmhouse decor finds autumn
From pumpkin-colored napkins to white thanksgiving charcuterie board, To brass porch lanterns, leather and cognac pillows, and rustic vases, here are some fall finds to add rustic farmhouse decor ideas to your home.
I love decorating eucalyptus for a subtle fall green—this would look great indoors and out (and it’s a great price too!).
These would look so cute next to our front door! We have some from Pottery Barn and they’ve been following me for over a decade.
I’ll probably stick with the stuff I have, but if it’s broken by baseball, I might have to live up to the brass; This would look very good style with white pumpkins and crunchy fall leaves.
This would be perfect for Thanksgiving dinner! I also love This simple linen From Pottery Barn.
What goes down without a pumpkin candle? It’s an instant mood lifter. Something hot and wonderful is my cup of tea.
We usually get a few real porch pumpkins, but these wired pumpkins from Pottery Barn are great because they were last season after season.
This is our fruit bowl/bread basket! I love its rustic look and how multi-purpose it is. Use it as an everyday item, for parties, or even for bathroom storage.
Say no more. Our rich Cognac leather cushion covers are classic, elegant and modern for a neutral décor accent. You will love these in our living room!
I use mine all year round, but it’s very special in the fall. This one is from Amazon at a good price!
I love my Candle Lab candles! It’s not too strong-smelling, it’s made from soybeans and has a classic black and white look. Autumn leaves will be nice in the warmer times of the year.
This vase would make the perfect centerpiece on your coffee or dining table. Add a few sprigs of dried wheat for the perfect fall touch.
If buffalo checking isn’t your thing, this window glass blanket is the perfect throw for lounging on the couch. Love the ivory base with a touch of earthy tones for fall.
Galvanized metal is a must for farmhouse decor. Fill with dried bouquet!
Put some fake or real branches in your galvanized jug or fall vase Autumn toned vase.
Jute rugs are my jam because they pair well with seasonal decor. We can use a new rug for our muddy area soon.
Williams-Sonoma knives are on my birthday menu – after all, we eat a lot of cheese!
Are you a fan of farmhouse fall decor? Do you have any modern home décor you’d like to share?