Join in our full fall home tour with lots of simple ideas to decorate your home for fall and Thanksgiving. Easy tips that anyone can do!
Thanksgiving and Fall Home Tour
Before I start decoroating for Christmas, I wanted to end with a full Thanksgiving/fall home tour. Since I’m in Canada, our fall and Thanksgiving decor goes hand in hand, so I’m doing one last fall celebration before pulling out our Christmas decorations. I’ve done a full post on many of the rooms, but this will give you a better idea of the flow as you move through our home. For more photos and room decor tips, just click to head over to the specific post. Enjoy the tour!
Fall Front Porch
We did a little bit of a makeover on our front porch this year and replaced it with some composite decking like we have on our back patio. I went fairly neutral with the decor but couldn’t resist a few pops of those fall colors in our fall wreath and the yellow mum at the bottom of the stairs.
Fall Front Entryway
When you come in our front door, we have a small front entry way for storing shoes, accessories, and other little items like our keys and sunglasses. I didn’t get a chance to show you this space this year, so I have a few new photos to share with you.
Fall Dining Room
As you come in past the front entry, you enter our dining room. I kept things fairly neutral in here again this year and used lot of natural elements and metallics for added texture and interest. You can see all of the details of our fall dining room HERE.
Continuing straight through our dining room is our kitchen. This is always the quickest room for me to decorate and just a few little seasonal changes can make a big impact! I used more orange in here this year than I typically do, and even went with an orange rug in front of our sink. I must say, I like orange now a lot more than I used to! Don’t be afraid to try a new color out – you might surprise yourself. 🙂
Find our full fall kitchen HERE along with six easy ways to add some fall decor to your kitchen.
Fall Family Room
We have a pretty open kitchen and family room space. If you turn 180 degrees from our kitchen, you look directly out to our kitchen table and family room.
I went with more traditional fall colors for our family room and wanted to create a comfy and cozy space.
If you love that cozy feel too, check out these easy ways to add hygge to your fall decor. Those dark, rainy fall nights definitely make me want to cuddle under a blanket and stay in!
I hope you enjoyed the tour and found some inspiration to decorate your own home for fall and Thanksgiving.
More Fall and Thanksgiving Decor Ideas
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