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Fall Home Tour

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Hello and Happy Fall!

It has been the warmest fall I can remember in some time and I’m loving it. But that doesn’t mean I don’t want to pull out the fall decor and cozy blankets! So today I want to give you a glimpse into my fall decor. I tend to keep it simple for fall. Add in a few pumpkins (or a few dozen), some simple greens, a few more neutral tones and call it good.

So welcome to my home! What better way to welcome you than with my entryway.

Fall Home Tour Entryway | www.graceinmyspace.com

The Everett Foyer table from World Market is just about the best thing ever. I love the versatility it brings when it comes to styling home decor.

Entry way

Fall Home Tour | graceinmyspace.com
Aren’t those little white pumpkins the best?

The entryway walks you right into our main living space. But if you turn down the hall towards the bedrooms you’ll find my newly revamped nook that I blogged about here.

Nook Styling | graceinmyspace.com

Onto the heart of the home!

Fall Home Tour Fireplace | www.graceinmyspace.com

Our great room, a.k.a., family room/ TV room / gathering place / fort building location and chill spot, is the favorite place for the whole family and our most used room. I usually simply sprinkle in some pumpkins and amp up the glassware for fall.

Fall Home Tour Built In | www.graceinmyspace.com

Shelves 2

Dried hydrangeas always make an appearance

Have I ever mentioned that I don’t spend a lot of money on my decor? This framed print is actually the cover of the October issue of Martha Stewart Living. Thanks Martha!

Living Room 9-20 3
Little vignettes pop up all over the place.

Fall Home Tour Living Room 2 | www.graceinmyspace.com

The seating in our living room faces the fireplace and the living room flows into the dining room and into the kitchen. For the living room, I really just tone down the colors of the accents to bring in fall. Blacks, whites, grays, and tans replace my summer blues and lots of textures and layers make it cozy.

Fall Home Tour Living Room | www.graceinmyspace.com

The dining space is very simple with one buffet and little wall space for decor. I love my walls of windows and let the natural beauty of changing trees flow inside rather than worrying about changing up this space too much.

Fall home tour - Dining Room | www.graceinmyspace.com

And yes. I do indeed have an oversized chair in my dining room. That is what happens when my eyes are bigger than the space in my living room. But it works well and makes a cozy spot for the adults to chill while the children take HOURS to eat their dinner. Can anyone relate?

Dining Room 1

My dining table is never fussy. It is used for eating, working, playing legos and playdoh and other such family related things. So if ever there is a center piece it is super simple and easily removable!

Fall Home Tour | graceinmyspace.com

BUT! I do have to say that when I have DIY wood chargers, I do play around with some super simple place settings. Just because it’s pretty.


Onto the kitchen! Where there is almost NO fall decor. My kitchen ends up being the landing ground for homework papers, random toys, bills, and DIY projects I’m working on, on top of the actual food prep and cooking that is done here. So I simply can’t muck it up with a bunch of decor! The clutter gets to me so I stick with very simple fall touches. A big pumpkin. A vase of grass tufts. Done.

Fall home tour - kitchen | www.graceinmyspace.com

Fall home tour - Simple | www.graceinmyspace.com
Garden grasses are simple and sweet.

And that is it! I love styling for the seasons but I have to say that simplicity is the way to go for me. Maybe someday when I don’t have a 3 and 5 year old I will take the time to add some frills. Who knows how my tastes may change as the years progress but for now simple and sweet is all I need.

Be blessed!


{Autumn is my favorite color.}


  1. Alex asked me what I was doing on the computer. I told him I was drooling over your home!! 🙂 It is beautiful and inspiring.

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