Bring autumn home with earth tones, natural textures, and vintage inspired pieces. Minimalist fall decor embraces the beauty of the season with simple styling and decor staples you can enjoy all year long.
Welcome friends, old and new! Today I am so excited to share my 2020 Fall Home Tour. With everything going on in the world, I find it comforting to celebrate the simple things. Fall is my favorite, and to usher in the season I am teaming up with my blogger friends to bring you the Brilliant Colors of Fall Home Tour! A big thank you to Mansa and Kelly for hosting. If you have arrived from my sweet friend Jordan’s home, welcome! I am so happy to have you visit today 🙂 I hope you enjoy my minimalist fall decor featuring earth tones, natural textures, and vintage inspired pieces.
This post contains affiliate links. By clicking a link and making a purchase, you can help support my blog at no additional cost to you! For my policies, click HERE.
Vintage Art in the Entryway
Our entryway has not seen many changes recently. I am still loving a casual coastal look here with large woven baskets (similar) and lots of natural tones. The layered vintage art adds character to a basic wall against our staircase. If you have a newer home like us, vintage pieces are a great way to add “age” and interest.
For a simple fall touch, these faux pampas grasses do the trick (I used three). They add warmth and will last for seasons to come.
Minimalist Fall Dining Room
If you’ve been around for a little while, you’ll know that I made over our dining room for the One Room Challenge this spring! My goal was to create a neutral yet inviting space that would be easy to refresh seasonally. I simply swapped out my greenery for these faux maple stems (I used three) and called it a day. Always remember to bend your stems at different angles so they look more natural. I like a romantic, asymmetrical look myself.
I was able to work with Article earlier this year to add these modern black dining chairs to our space! The vintage brown rug was also gifted to me and is one-of-a-kind, but I will link similar options below in case you love it.
Cozy Fall Living Room
My favorite way to cozy up our living room for fall is to switch out my pillow covers. Our home has a light and coastal vibe, especially in the summertime. For fall, I swap my summery blues and whites for earth tones and creams. This vintage-y floral cover is my new favorite and unfortunately sold out right now, but I’m linking some similar options.
Coffee Table Look 1
Until recently, we had a worn-out ottoman here. The scale was too small and I spent months researching new options. I finally settled on this round wood coffee table and am so happy with it! Check out my Affordable Coffee Table Round Up if you are looking for one. I had fun styling the space with everyday accents I already had. The only “fall” item is the pampas grass, but the space feels autumnal because of the natural textures and warmer tones.
Coffee Table Look 2
Layered Bedding in the Guest Room
Finally, here is a peek at our guest room, full of cozy layers for fall. I focused on an earthy color palette and lots of texture for this space! Get all the details and styling tips in this post: Cozy and Collected Bedroom Styling.
Thank you so much for stopping by Caitlin Marie Design today! You will have to let me know what you think of my minimalist fall decor. Be sure to head over to Laura’s gorgeous home to continue on our Brilliant Colors of Fall Home Tour. You may also see all of the blogs on the tour linked below.
I hope our tour brings you inspiration and joy this week! XO,