{All Things Fall} :: How to Cozy Up your Home for Fall

Fall decorating ideas from making it in the mountains

Good morning and a VERY happy Wednesday!

Well, the last two weeks have been an absolute whirlwind around here! Not only have we been tackling all sorts of projects around the house, whittling away at our crazy long to-do list, but we’ve also spent the last two weekends out of town gallivanting with our friends (and their little ones) to boot! As if that wasn’t enough, I was so inspired by the beautiful Fall homes taking over the blogging world that I just needed to fill our home with {all things Fall} too! Without a single, solitary Fall decoration to my name, I had to start this crazy journey right from scratch!!! So, really, what choice did I have but to take on two full weeks of Fall projects to share with y’all for 14 days straight?! Okay, in all honesty, there were at least a zillion times that I cursed myself for thinking up this hair-brained scheme! Mostly because I couldn’t have picked a busier two weeks to tackle this all. Luckily, everything turned out beautifully and each and every stressful minute was absolutely and totally worth it!

See for yourself…
 
How to Cozy up your Home for Fall :: making it in the mountains
 
 
It all started with my front porch and entryway. This is what everyone sees first when they visit our home, so to me, it was the most important place to start.

{all things fall} :: Fall Porch & Entryway at making it in the mountains #FallDecor #FallPorch
 
I wanted to keep things fairly neutral here with the hopes that I could re-purpose a lot of the decor through the Christmas season. My very first project was this burlap and lace garland and I just love how light and bright it looks in our entryway!

Burlap & Lace Garland :: making it in the mountains
 
That shabby-chic look had me swooning so much that I couldn’t help but deck out my pumpkins too!

Pick Your Pumpkin Challenge :: making it in the mountains
 
I was also sure to warm up the outside of our home with this super simple barnwood sign. We picked up the boards from a scrap pile at the house going up across the street and we were so lucky to find such perfectly Fall colours!!!

Barnwood FALL Sign :: making it in the mountains
 
And who could forget this rustic feather wreath?! It’s simple, but elegant with the muted colours and a touch of gold!

DIY Rustic Fall Wreath :: making it in the mountains #Falldecor #FallWreath #RusticWreath
 
With a few finishing touches, like these chalk painted mason jars complete with GOLD wax, we had ourselves a warm and welcoming front porch and entryway SO perfect for Fall!

Chalk Painted Mason Jars :: making it in the mountains #chalkpaint #masonjars #gold #falldecor
 
The neutral decor continued into our dining area with this scrappy burlap and lace wreath, which was another super simple, but super cute craft!

Scrappy Burlap & Lace Wreath :: making it in the mountains #burlap #lace #falldecor #wreath
 
And the easiest ever burlap and lace table runner! I still can’t believe it cost me just a few dollars to make!!!

Burlap & Lace Table Runner :: making it in the mountains #tablerunner #burlap&lace #burlaptablerunner
 
Last, but certainly not least, I cozied up our fireplace for Fall with all sorts of fun, rustic touches.

Cozy Fall Fireplace :: making it in the mountains #falldecor #fallfireplace #fallmantel
 
These pretty, painted pumpkins added a touch of sparkle and glam.

Painted Pumpkins : making it in the mountains #falldecor #pumpkins #fall
 
And this felted acorn garland was my most favorite project of them all!!! I just love those sweet little acorns!

DIY Felted Acorn Garland :: making it in the mountains #feltacorns #DIYacorns #falldecor
 
The perfect finishing touch to it all was this DIY reed diffuser for Fall, which I made with just a few simple ingredients. It has our house smelling SO lovely and warm!

DIY Reed Diffuser for Fall :: making it in the mountains #fall #reeddiffuser
 
I really couldn’t be happier with how it’s all come together! It may have been a BUSY couple of weeks, but now I can just curl up in front of my beautiful Fall fireplace and enjoy it all!!!

Did you have a favorite Fall project?

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68 thoughts on “{All Things Fall} :: How to Cozy Up your Home for Fall

  1. I loved following along with all your fabulous fall projects, Kristi! They’re all so fun and certainly make your home ready for the fall season and ready to curl up in front of that gorgeous fire place! Now sit back and enjoy all your hard work 😉

  2. I really love all of these projects! You are a rockstar for doing all of these in such a short amount of time! Your creativity and hard work blow me away 🙂 And another positive things is that next year you won’t have to start from scratch!

  3. Seriously… I want to channel you. Conjure Kristi into my home to decorate. Heehee!! It looks awesome and I’m totally jealous of the fabulous fall vibe you’ve created. LOVE the neutral color palette. Way to work it, girl! 🙂

  4. Everything you’ve done is just gorgeous! I love your neutral, rustic, shabby style. I love seeing your projects – you are so talented! Thanks for linking up to On Display Thursday!

  5. I love all the fall decorations Kristi! So beautiful – especially the burlap and lace. Found you from the SITS sharefest. Following on Twitter and Facebook! Happy Weekend!

  6. Kristi!! I’m in LOVE with all your decor! This looks like soooo much work, but it turned out amazing! Especially the acorn garland and pumpkins 🙂

  7. Hi Kristi, I just love your tips for creating a cozy fall home, so much that I’m featuring your post today at the Talented Tuesday Link Party! Thank you so much for linking up! Don’t forget to stop by and grab your “featured” button…

  8. Oh my goodness, you have been a busy bee! I just love each and every one of these projects. I love the idea of the burlap and lace runner and also the wreath, the milk paint mason jars and ohh those shabby pumpkins are darling, too! Thanks for linking up with Motivational Monday, hope to see you back this week!

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