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Last time, I shared how I added a touch of fall to the main living area of our home. Today I am sharing how fall touches welcome you into our home, how every room got a little season feel and the elements that help create an atmosphere of warmth and relaxation.

A Welcoming Entryway

Our front entry is very small but dressing it up every year is one of my favorite things to do. This year I opted for colorful purple mums, cabbage and these amazingly affordable lanterns. The space is narrow so I kept everything on one side and created visual interest by layering from tallest to shortest, utilizing both faux and real pumpkins. Cheddar pumpkins are my favorite this year! I definitely can’t wait for these mums to bloom!

Once inside, a fall wreath on the door and a bowl full of white little pumpkins greet you!

Adding wreaths to doors is such a simple way to dress up a space, so I never miss the opportunity! So simple!

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Working Fall Inspiration

Our office got just the right amount of warm rusts added. A textured vase, some faux florals and a candle on the desk help set a stress-free zone. The seating area in the room got a throw blanket, and a pretty pumpkin lidded bowl filled with candy for those much needed mind-breaks! 😉

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A Cozy Spot to Relax

With fall comes pumpkin patches, family photos and tons of other fun activities!  It’s certainly our busiest season around here. I am thankful to have a place to get cozy and relax at the end of each night.  I added just some subtle touches to our bedroom. Extra layers on the bed with soft, cozy blankets. In this space, I used art to bring in color and warmth.


I continue to add fall touches as the days go by. It’s hard to resist wanting to immerge yourself in all the season has to offer. I hope you have been inspired by these series of posts, click here if you missed part one.