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  • Brittney Blane

House & Home: Fall Decor 2019

Crisp Autumn air, cozy sweaters, reading books by candle light, hot coffee, and harvest home decor...that's what the season is made of.

Welcome to my 2019 fall home tour. Come on in!

A little note before we begin: This year I am actually sharing a mixture of autumn home decor photos from both 2018 and 2019. I did post an "official" fall decor tour last year, so this year, I'm presenting two for one. (Who doesn't love a good fall deal right?!)

When you first enter my home the dining room, although rarely used, is one of the first places you see. I always like to adorn the table in something festive and appropriate for the season. I think it just adds to that "welcome home" vibe I'm always aiming for with my decor.

This year it was all about the pumpkins. Sticking with a traditional fall color scheme, I used pumpkins of all shapes, sizes, colors, and textures subtly placed around the home to create all the fall feels.

Here's a look at last year's coffee table decor. A few things have changed since, but I still haven't tired of adding this adorable leaf tray stacked with gold brushed pumpkins.

If you've seen a few of my past home decor tours then you may have noticed that my treasured antique bookshelf always gets sprinkled with a bit of seasonal love.

One of my most favorite parts of decorating for the seasons is adding sentimental pieces of seasonal decor to all the little vignettes throughout the house. Below is a vintage porcelain pumpkin that belonged to one of my great aunts.

And now onto the Kitchen.

This year's coffee station just makes my little autumn loving heart skip a beat.. Every time I look at it I just want a steaming hot cup of delicious coffee in one of my favorite fall mugs. Plus, this candle by the Tuscany Candle company was a delightful surprise of a find at my local grocery store. The Cinnamon Chai Latte scent has quickly become a seasonal favorite.

Here is a look at the coffee station from fall 2018. This design was much more minimal, and I've since changed from using a Keurig to a French press to make coffee each morning.

Thanks for stopping by the blog (and my home) today. I hope you enjoyed the fall decor I have to share as much as I enjoy sharing it here. May your harvest months be full of warmth, love, and all the fun fall vibes that the season can bring.

Lots of Love,



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