I love traditional Autumn hues as much as the next gal this time of year. Everybody needs a little red, brown, and orange somewhere in the house when Fall rolls around. But not every room can handle those deep hues.
If your decorating style lends itself to a softer look, don’t fret…you can still get the feel of Autumn without cramping your style.
But, my dining room and formal living room are softer, lighter tones, so I’ve tried to usher Fall into these rooms accordingly.
In my usual style, I searched and gathered things from all around the house to style the mantel for Fall in the Piano Room.
The book page wreath and garland are from my Seasonal Shelves from last year. (You can see more on that here.) I borrowed the lantern from the family room, and chose a few good colors of books from my stash in the French Cabinet. There’s just something about Fall that begs for books. And don’t forget–when it comes to décor, it’s totally fine to judge a book by its cover.
A tiny stick with some punched leaves makes a great little Fall tree. I made this one like my Fall tree from last year, which you can see here.
With color like this, Fall won’t wear out its welcome in these rooms ’til Christmas time. For more mellow styling for Fall, see my Seasonal Shelves in the breakfast room.
So, how does your house handle the colors of Fall?