Living Room Fall Decor

falllivingroomcraftberrybush

Hello friends. I hope you had a nice weekend. Even though fall is in a couple of days, it’s been feeling a lot like summer outside. I’m not complaining at all but it has been a little bit harder to transition into fall.
It’s also been harder than usual to find pumpkins. Well, let me rephrase that, it has been harder to find beautiful heirloom pumpkins. There are plenty of regular pumpkins but the pretty ones, I have yet to see.I did buy some beautiful mums for our front porch and I’m hopeful that I’ll be able to find some beautiful pumpkins in time for our front porch post next week.
In the meantime, I’m excited to be joining my friends in Seasons of Home and today we’re showcasing our living rooms.
You can see the kitchen HERE and Dining Room Tablescape HERE

falllivingroomcraftberrybush-15
I have to be honest with you, I have changed this space a million times the last couple of days. I have tried different color combinations, different furniture configurations, different furniture etc.
And I’m still not happy with it. It’s like changing outfits a bunch of times and running out of time.
Let me show you a couple of photos….

fallhometour-11 Now that I look back, I don’t mind the way this looks….

falllivingroomcraftberrybush-11

In this one, I changed the rug, couch and removed the pink…I guess this one is fine as well and to be honest, I can’t remember why I didn’t like it. ha.
There are two more versions but  I won’t bore you with them, you get the point…
falllivingroomcraftberrybush-26 In the end, I was inspired by this gorgeous smoke tree. Isn’t it beautiful? It’s growing on the side of the road near our house and I’ve always loved its rustic tones.
I didn’t know the name of it and I have to be honest, I was a little nervous searching it on Google as ‘ furry bush ‘ haha

falllivingroomcraftberrybush-41

I used a lot of texture  to add warmth and that’s what fall is all about; cozying your space up for winter. I will tell you more about these wonderful pillows later on. :)
falllivingroomcraftberrybush-16
I got this adorable basket from Amazon and I’m waiting for another one to arrive..:)  falllivingroomcraftberrybush-17
I’m really craving less this season so I just added a few little white baby boos.
falllivingroomcraftberrybush-18

falllivingroomcraftberrybush-19

falllivingroomcraftberrybush-22 falllivingroomcraftberrybush-23

falllivingroomcraftberrybush-26 falllivingroomcraftberrybush-27

falllivingroomcraftberrybush-28 falllivingroomcraftberrybush-29

falllivingroomcraftberrybush-31

falllivingroomcraftberrybush-32

falllivingroomcraftberrybush-33 falllivingroomcraftberrybush-34 falllivingroomcraftberrybush-35 I’m also loving this beautiful rug from Boutique Rugs. It’s so soft and I love that it coordinates so well with my style
falllivingroomcraftberrybush-36 falllivingroomcraftberrybush-37 falllivingroomcraftberrybush-40 falllivingroomcraftberrybush-42 falllivingroomcraftberrybush-43 falllivingroomcraftberrybush-44 falllivingroomcraftberrybush-45 There you go, our living room with simple touches of fall. I hope you can come back next week to see our front porch as well as an entire home tour…:)

And please visit my amazing friends below. Thank you so much for stopping by.

Much love,

lucysignature2

 

 

getthelook
[show_shopthepost_widget id=”2822507″]

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ella Claire | Miss Mustard Seed | French Country Cotage | Love Grows Wild

City Farmhouse | Craftberry Bush | Rooms for Rent | Jennifer Rizzo

Nesting with Grace | Shades of Blue Interiors | My Sweet Savannah | Dear Lillie

Liz Marie Blog | and our lovely featured guest, Zevy Joy

Comments

  1. says

    Love that your were inspired hybrid by smoke tree! I have never heard of it and you are right– so beautiful! Love the collected look on your sofa… my fav tho is the pillow combos on the chairs! <3

  2. Elaine says

    It’s all very nice, Lucy! I really LOVE that pink cushion! I think deep down most women love pink too but (if they think like me), are too timid about using it -especially in living rooms – in case we make the room too feminine and men uncomfortable. I’ve seen rooms done in all shades of pink – from pale to hot pink – and just drool at the prettiness of it all but shy away from doing any change. I was at a fashion show once where the models wore separates of dark brown and pale pink, and taupe with pale pink and the colors looked fabulous together. I have a medium brown couch so I know pale pink would look nice with it but am just too chicken! lol!

  3. says

    Stunning space Lucy, I understand about switching the decor around multiple times…I love each one :) I believe that the bush you trimmed is called a “smoke tree”, we used to have one growing in our yard and I always was amazed at the beauty it brought in the fall!

  4. says

    I love your living room, Lucy! I do the same thing though- sometimes it is so hard to just pick how I want things! But I love your navy blues and that gorgeous texture on the smoke tree branches!

  5. Sonya says

    I read that you are looking for heirloom pumpkins and I just saw them today at my local Home Depot in Etobicoke, Ontario.

  6. Gail Plaskiewicz says

    One question. You make such beautiful pillows. Why don’t you have any of them on your couch? My sister used to make and sell pillows but she couldn’t sell them. She said it was because she couldn’t charge what the dept. stores charged for their pillows.
    I love how you do your rooms and all the ways you decided to decorate but then changed your mind on. I could never do that in our living room. Our couches are so heavy! I’ll let you do it yours! LOL
    Thanks for showing us your house and for letting us see all those other people’s houses. Its neat to see how other people live.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>