30 Tips For Fabulous Fall Decorating

Hello friends and new guests! Today I’m joining nine blogging friends in sharing how we’ve collectively gathered 30 tips for fabulous fall decorating. Our hope is to inspire you with some beautiful and simple ideas to bring fall decor into your home. To those of you coming from my friend Tamara’s home at Citrine Living, welcome! I’m always gaining new ideas from her exquisite style. You’ll get a chance to see all the bloggers’ homes and fall decorating tips at the end of this post.


I managed to spread my home out in 4 different fall tours this month.  I love fall and I love home tours so I just can’t resist! Setting the tone for fall in my home is quite simple since I always do four things to make my home feel cozy with a nod to the change of season.



Throw pillows can completely change the look and mood of a room. Even if you don’t typically like to decorate with the traditional fall colors, pumpkins and foliage, a simple pillow switch shows change of season. I love buying pillow covers that can be easily folded and stored away between seasons without taking up space.  This year I’m loving the deep jewel tones of burgundy, gold, navy and burnt orange. Of course my leopard pillow is my favorite neutral that can be carried through any season.


Let your room dictate the personality of the pillow.  This buffalo check pillow is a perfect blend with my white and gray kitchen.  You can see more of our fall kitchen tour HERE.


Try an unexpected color! I never cared for orange, but once I paired this burnt orange pillow with the linen sofa and navy accents it had me swooning. I didn’t need to do much else in our loft here to make it look fall-cozy.  You can see the full fall tour of our loft HERE.


Shop My Pillows:



Fall decorating can be as simple as layering in the textures with warm throw blankets. There is something about a cozy looking blanket draped over a sitting spot or tucked in a basket that makes a room so inviting.



See our Family Room fall tour {here}

Shop Throw Blankets:



See our Glam Living room fall tour {here}

There are few things I use year after year in my seasonal decor. However, my yellow fall foliage branches have been a fall staple in my home for many years. They are timeless and add the punch of color to any room.  I always suggest adding some sort of fall foliage to a fun urn, vase, bucket, whatever you have on hand.  Go for a joy ride and snip some fall branches from some overgrown trees even.


Shop Fall Foliage:



Our fall table is quite simple so no need for a formal table runner or table cloth. I just shop my closet for my inspiration piece. The best part was that it’s free!  This particular scarf is quite wide so I was able to spread it out loosely. However, I think a narrow scarf would be just fine too!


Next stop is my friend Haneen’s home at Haneen’s Haven! I know she’s gonna have some great fall decor tips since she is always so creative and her home is a true reflection of her talent. Click on the photo to be taken directly to her tour.


More fabulous fall tips are to be found at these participant’s homes! Please go check each one out & enjoy! Click on individual image to be taken to their blogs.








*affiliate links used






  1. Love the color and your tips! So glad you are embracing orange…it is one of my favorite accent colors to use. Everything is lovely!

  2. Absolutely love all of your tips! Especially that scarf on your table! Such a fun idea Shauna and I can’t wait to try it! Have a wonderful trip cutie! Can’t wait to hear all about it when you get home. We’ll definitely be due for a catch up phone call! xo

  3. Such great tips Shauna!!! Throw pillows and blankets…I’m all in! You styled everything so beautifully and that first image with the gold candle is everything!!!

  4. Shauna! The gold and grey pallet in front of your fireplace is absolutely stunning! Are usually only love burn orange when I’m wearing it and cheering for the Longhorns but you’re right… It is absolutely stunning with that navy. Everything is so gorgeous my friend, well done!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.