Fall decor home tour

Fall decor home tour

Today I am sharing fall decor photos of our home and garden from recent years. Home decor is one of my passions. And taking photos of our home became another hobby of mine. Looking through old photos I noticed how much my photography skills have improved! It’s a joy to share beauty with others, whether its to enjoy or inspire! My decorating style is changing and evolving and its a fun journey!

Enjoy the tour, all pictures, styling and decor is my own (except for the local produce stand decorated for fall with hay bales and a tractor)!

Fun way to decorate for fall is to incorporate ornamental kale and real pumpkins of assorted sizes. Adding orange net lights warms up any porch and will make any chippy railing look great, simply attach it to the railing with zip ties.
I usually keep my orange net lights up all the way until Thanksgiving and then swap them for Christmas lights!
And here is my real pumpkin tower! Gorgeous local pumpkins are pretty large and heavy and lasted for a long time!
This is what some of our local produce stands look like in Lancaster County, PA, so snapping a picture was a must!
Here is our old deck all decked out for fall! It was fun putting that arrangement together. I bought those “mini pumpkins” from local farm stand, added foraged greenery from our yard. Added some cozy throws to stay warm and toasty on chilly evenings!
Velvet pumpkins are great decorating items, I’ve had mine for years and love them! Beaded wooden riser is my own diy.
This table was here temporarily last fall and then it went back to being our multitasking desk. I’ve built it few years ago using unfinished tabletop from the home improvement store and metal hairpin legs from Amazon.
DIY repurposed wooden candlesticks and handmade mini pumpkins!
Fall is not complete without apples, apple cider and homemade desserts!

Thanks so much for visiting my blog and I hope you enjoyed this Fall Home tour!

Hugs,

Nadia

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