Tour our farmhouse living room decorated for fall and learn how to make a simple DIY candle.
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Cozy Fall Farmhouse Living Room
Rug: Code 15DIANA
Candle (Code DIANAMARIEPGA for 15% off your first order)
Fall is by far my favorite season. I love the warm days, crisp nights, and misty mornings. Fall is when there is an abundance of food ready to harvest in the garden and fun outdoor activities like apple picking and visiting pumpkin patches. I also love the natural colors fall brings and enjoy using nature as inspiration for my decor indoors. I often use elements from nature in my decor and you’ll see a lot of that in these pictures of our living room decorated for fall.
It’s all in the details
Little details can make all the difference when it comes to decor. I love the texture the diy corn husk wreath adds to this space. You can find out how to make one HERE. I also added hydrangea stems throughout the room. I simply cut the blooms off my Annabell hydrangea bush and arranged them in an antique brass planter. Within a few days they dry out. You can then spray them with hairspray to help them last even longer.
Pear Themed Fall Farmhouse Mantel
A few years ago I went to an auction and won this beautiful vintage framed pear print. It became the inspiration for the mantel in my fall farmhouse living room. I used tree branches, faux pears, and my collection of vintage books, amber glass, and pheasant feathers to complete this look.
Simple DIY Candle
When decorating the top of the cabinet (pictured below) I wanted to create a vignette with a lot of detail and character. I found an old jam jar with a handwritten label still partially attached. It reads “Blackberry Jelly” in cursive with some added details about the ingredients and where it was made. I found a small candle and used sticky tack to secure it to the bottom of the jelly jar. It was so easy and added to much to this space! You could recreate this DIY with any glass jar big enough to fit a small candle.
Make your own DIY candle by shopping the images blow:
Thank you so much for stopping by the blog and touring my fall farmhouse living room.