Farmhouse Fall Decorating Ideas | Cozy + Simple Fall Home Tour

Simple farmhouse Fall decorating ideas to help your home feel warm + cozy this Fall.


 

One of my favourite things about living in northern Alberta is the chance to truly experience all four seasons of the year. I love so many things about each and every one of them and with each change in season, I find myself thinking that this one is my very favourite … until the next one rolls in and I fall in love all over again.

I’ve got to say though, there’s just something about the cozyness of Fall.


 

As the first leaves started to fall from the trees, I couldn’t wait to start cozying our home up for the season.


 

Last week I shared our bedroom space all warm + cozy for Fall. This week, I can’t wait to show you how I’ve decorated our main living spaces with just a few simple Fall touches.

And, even better, I’m teaming up with a fabulous group of blogging friends to bring you all sorts of lovely Fall decorating inspiration! I want to send out such a HUGE thanks to my sweet friend Kendra at Joy in Our Home (who just happens to be another fellow Albertan too!) for organizing everything. Be sure to pop around the links at the bottom of this post to check out all of the beautiful Fall decorating ideas all throughout the week.


 

Sometimes Fall decorating is about filling a space with all the cozy you can get your hands on – elaborate table settings, piles of pillows to sink into wherever you sit, and of course pumpkins overflowing from every corner.

But sometimes keeping things simple can feel even cozier.


 

I’m not sure if it’s the busyness of the season or that feeling of a fresh start that always comes as we settle into our routines once again, but I’ve found myself craving a little more simplicity in our home (and lives) lately.


 

So, this year my Fall decorating consists of cozy textures, the rich greens of eucalyptus and olive branches and a few little pumpkins scattered in.


 

I wanted to keep things feeling really clean, simple and uncluttered. Instead of dragging up bin after bin of Fall decor from the basement, I pulled out my coziest throws + pillows from the linen closet, scattered in a few little pumpkins I picked up on my latest trip into the city and finished it all off with some simple branches of eucalyptus.


 

I love the way the different patterns and textures play off of each other to create a collected, cozy feel, but because I kept the clutter to a minimum, everything still feels really clean + simple.


 

The dark, moody greens of the eucalyptus branches and olive bushes are such a simple way to bring even more warmth to the space.


 

I hope this leaves you feeling inspired to embrace a little more simplicity through this busy season and find coziness in the space that creates for you.


 


 

If you’re looking for more simple Fall decorating ideas be sure to check out the Fall bedroom tour I shared last week.


 

And I’ve got even more to come next week with this simple Fall tablescape…


 

And don’t forget to swing by these other beautiful Fall home tours below:

Monday

Making It In the Mountains | My Life From Home |

Little House of Four | We Lived Happily Ever After

Tuesday

 Postcards from the Ridge | Saw Nail and Paint |

Twelve On Main | Unskinny Boppy 

WednesdayMy Creative Days | Worthing Court |

Little Home Reloved | Craving Some Creativity 

ThursdayNorth Country Nest | The Honeycomb Home | Red Brick on the Lake |

Aratari At Home | A Blue Nest 

FridayThe Frugal Homemaker | Joy In Our Home | County Road 407 | Sand Dollar Lane 

 
 

Wishing you a lovely day my friends!
 

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30 thoughts on “Farmhouse Fall Decorating Ideas | Cozy + Simple Fall Home Tour

  1. Kristi, your home is truly beautiful! I love the simplicity and the coziness of it! Love all the neutrals (and that kitchen is stunning!) xo

  2. I love that you kept is simple because your house is so pretty anyways. I find that I need less “stuff” as my house gets further along, but I am very far from done, lol.

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