In this post: Love farmhouse style? Decorating for fall? Then you’ll love these 20+ farmhouse fall decor ideas that you can steal for your own house!

It’s not quite fall yet, but autumn has definitely been on my mind. Since I’m thinking about it, I thought it might be fun to put together a roundup of our farmhouse fall decor ideas with our home tours, mantels, tablescapes, and free printables to get you thinking about decorating for fall too! 

farmhouse style fall decorating ideas

8 Fall Home Tours

We’ve been blogging for a long, long time while living in three different homes. In that time, we’ve done several fall home tours (of various rooms, as well as the whole house on occasion). They’re filled with ideas you can use in your home!

entry bench

Tour 01 | Rustic Fall Tour – It was our first autumn in the back split and I had fun decorating with the classic orange and creamy white.

Home Made Lovely living room

Tour 02 | Neutral Fall Home Tour – Once we’d lived in the back split a bit longer, I decided neutrals were way more my thing than bright fall decor. 

Home Made Lovely Dining Room Chalkboard Wall

Tour 03 | Fall Home Tour with All Canadian Bloggers – Another neutral fall tour in the back split, but this one focused on our dining room and master bedroom. 

fireplace with two armchairs flanking

Tour 04 | Farmhouse Minimal Fall Home Tour – I decorated our two-story space with very minimal decor in neutral colors. 

fall farmhouse dining room

Tour 05 | Naked Cake Fall Dining Room Tour – This was a stretch outside my norm of using pieces we already had. I bought fresh flowers and fruit and made a naked cake too!

fall pumpkin stack

Tour 06 | Warm Farmhouse Entryway Tour – For this entryway, I incorporated far more color than ever! Although the base wall and floor color kept it from being too overwhelming. 

fall sideboard

Tour 07 | Warm & Cozy Fall Home Tour – This was our third fall in this house and I finally got the hang of what to put where. This tour is one of my favorites. 

fall tour photos with text overlay

Tour 08 | A simple fall home tour – this was the year of crazy. AKA 2020. I wanted to keep things a little more simple and natural. If you like that look, you will love this tour. 

6 Fall Table Settings

We swap hosting Thanksgiving with my sister each year, which means we’ve decorated a lot of fall tables! Here are five of our favorites, with ideas you can use. 

fall table setting decorations

Table 01 | Rustic Orange Fall Table – This table was the first one that we used our DIY table box on. It was later featured in magazines, which was a pleasant shock! 


Table 02 | How to Create a Layered Fall Table Setting – This post walks through setting up a layered table setting with lots of texture. 

Table 03 | Fall Table Setting – 5 Ideas for a Simple Layered Fall Table  – This is one plain and simple table setting that will work especially well if you have young kids. 

neutral farmhouse fall table from above

Table 04 | Neutral Farmhouse Fall Table – Believe it or not, that’s all fake foliage and those gold utensils are PLASTIC! 🙂 

farmhouse fall tablescape fall naked cake

Table 05 | Naked Cake Fall Tablescape – The focus of one of our fall tours, this naked cake tablescape was great fun to create!

Table 06 | How to Create a Relaxed Natural Fall Table – This was one of my all-time favorite table looks to put together, with all the real seeded eucalyptus and candlelight and nubby texture. 

4 Fall Mantels

Of course, we have often changed our mantel shelf with the seasons, until we moved to this house and had a real fireplace mantel to decorate!

Mantel 01 | The Original Fall Mantel – This mantel is from way back in the archives at our bungalow. This was the original home of our mantel shelf. 

fall mantel aka design

Mantel 02 | Rustic Chic Fall Mantel – Filled to the max with rustic decor, including two banners, several candles, and paper leaves. 

fall mantel

Mantel 03 | Seasons of Home Fall Mantel – I made it my goal when decorating this mantel to buy nothing new!

Mantel 04 | Seeded Eucalyptus Fall Mantel – Again in keeping with more neutral and natural, this fall mantel gives a nod to early fall with plenty of seeded eucalyptus and white baby boo pumpkins. 

4 Free Fall Printables

Of course, decorating for fall wouldn’t be complete without our free printables

Home Made Lovely fall 2014 vignette and printable

Free Printable 01 | Autumn Words Free Printable

Home Made Lovely Fall 2015 Vignette and Printable Tour

Free Printable 02 | A World of Octobers Free Printable

give thanks free thanksgiving printables

Free Printable 03 | Give Thanks Free Printable Art

Free Printable 04 | Chalkboard Thankful Conversation Starters – Download these chalkboard-style free printable conversation starters to keep the conversation going around the table this Thanksgiving. 

Of course, if you want Farmhouse Style Crafts for your fall home, you can check out this post with 12 fall crafts that can each be made in an hour!

12 fall crafts for your home

So does that get your creative fall juices flowing? What fall farmhouse decor idea is your favorite?

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home made lovely book on table with get it now text button

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  1. Love this little taste of fall. It has been triple digits here for days, so cooler weather and fall decorating sounds pretty dreamy right now.

  2. I went into the craft store yesterday and much of their fall decor is out. I silently squealed with excitement. I endure spring and summer (because I have to!) just to make it through until fall and winter! LOVE your lil vignettes of fall and the creative ways in which you displayed them. Happy fall, y’all!

  3. I don’t care what month it is… I’m always looking forward to fall! Thanks for sharing all your great ideas! I can’t wait to get fall decorating!!

  4. I love all your fall projects and decor Shannon, and just discovered your weekend re-treat party~it sounds like fun so I am a new follower and will join you next Thursday!

    1. It’s funny…it hasn’t been that warm here this summer. So it’s not like we need a break from the heat. But fall and Christmas are my favorite times of year and they’re getting closer and closer!

  5. Oh man…… it’s too early but it’s so pretty! Would love for you to link this up later this week at Friday Favorites! laura

  6. I love the little chalkboards you have setting-one is by the teapot, another on the table. Can you tell me where you got those. MY grand-daughter says it this way “Grandma it’s all about the chalkboard for you.” While not necessarily true-she certainly knows her grandma:).

    1. If you mean the little metal ones, my hubby made them. We’re working on a way to make them to sell. The prototypes are pretty heavy and would be expensive to ship. 🙂

  7. One thing I noticed right away is that all your fall decorating is timeless. Any of the ideas could be used at any time and any place. I found a few ideas that I am going to work into my fall decor. Thank you