Simple Fall Decorating {Fall in Love with Texas Blog Tour}

You can barely tell it’s fall here in Texas because the heat made it’s way back here this week. (Insert sad face emoji and maybe even a few tears!)

Even so, there’s no stopping my fellow Texas bloggers and me from ushering in the season — even when Mother Nature refuses to cooperate.

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Today, I’m so happy to be joining a group of talented Texas women who are sharing their fall decor with you!  I want to extend a special thank you to Katie at Let’s Add Sprinkles who wrangled all of us together and organized this fun fall tour!

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Today is the last day and I’m excited that it’s finally my turn to share!

The links to today’s posts (and all of them from this past week) are listed below, so I hope you’ll pay a visit to my friends and tell them hello!

Last week, I showed you how I am decorating with a lot of faux elements this year.  You can click here to see that post if you missed it.

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Today, I’m showing you the simple fall decorating in my kitchen and breakfast area.  And, I do mean simple!

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The older I get the more I long to keep things easy and no fuss.  Sometimes just a small ribbon tied to what I use everyday is enough.

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For a little bigger punch, I added some pops of fall color with kitchen towels, salt and pepper shakers and my ceramic pumpkin jar — it’s perfect for hiding treats inside, too! 

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I added more simple fall decorating items in my breakfast nook and that’s it!

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I’m just not feeling the need to go overboard and I love it!  It’s still festive and better yet, it’s going to be so easy to put things away when it’s time for the Christmas decorations to come out.

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I’m so happy you stopped by for a visit — if you are new here, I hope you’ll stick around to browse awhile.  If you’re just getting started on the tour, I hope you’ll see what my friends are sharing by clicking the links below!

Today’s blogs:

White Spray Paint/ Opulent Cottage

 

Then, head on over to see what else was shared this week: 

Monday:  

Let’s Add Sprinkles / Decor to Adore/ Southern DayDreams/ Bluesky Kitchen

 
Tuesday:

Poofing The Pillows/At Home With Jemma/ The B Farm/ Botanic Bleu

 
Wednesday:

Sweet Nothings/ Ash Tree Cottage/ Fern Creek Cottage/ My Heart Lives Here/ Timeless Treasures

 
Thursday:  

Hyacinths For The Soul/ Kitty’s Kozy Kitchen/ The Dedicated House/ Brookhollow Lane

 

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20 Responses to Simple Fall Decorating {Fall in Love with Texas Blog Tour}

  1. That checked ribbon is the perfect fall detail. Your kitchen is just beautiful.

  2. Very pretty and I love that butter dish. The kitchen really is the heart of the home.

  3. Cecilia says:

    Julie, I love your pretty door basket filled with autumn leaves. And the small pops of fall color in the kitchen are perfect. You’ll be way ahead of everyone when it’s time to decorate for Christmas…I completely get keeping it simple. 🙂 Maybe I’ll do the same next year. Here’s to our next cool front! Hope it hurries (I think I cried a bit too).

  4. bj says:

    what a beautiful kitchen you have…I keep mine simple too so I can get ready for Christmas…:)

  5. What a lovely fall tour! I too subscribe to the notion of a good ribbon to enhance a space. Love that butter dish!

  6. Kitty says:

    Good morning, Julie! Your basket at your front door is the perfect welcoming touch for your home. I enjoyed the tour of your kitchen, decorated in a simple, beautiful style. Happy Fall to you!

  7. Hi Julie, What a beautiful tour sharing lovely simple touches in your fall home. Sometime less is more and makes a statement for the season. Your kitchen is gorgeous. Enjoy the last day of touring. Happy October!!

  8. jemma says:

    I love your dreamy white kitchen and the knowing the joy that you must receive while in it. It so the heart of our homes.
    Your Fall details are perfectly appointed!
    Happy Fall and it was such a treat to share this Texas blog tour with you.

  9. Susan says:

    Your home is so lovely and you have some wonderful accent pieces. I never tire of checked ribbon and you are so right, it does give just the right amount of festiveness. Love that Emma Bridgewater butter dish too! Thank you for a wonderful tour.

    Big Texas Hugs,
    Susan and Bentley

  10. Katie says:

    I just adore your kitchen. The tile detail behind the stove is too perfect. I love your simple take on fall. Your farmhouse accent pieces are just too cute. Thank you so much for being part of our tour! It’s been fun.

  11. Sarah says:

    Julie, your simple touches are perfect. You have a beautiful home! I keep a stash of ribbon, and sometimes just a ribbon is all that is needed to give a festive nod. Thanks for sharing today and Happy Fall!

  12. leslie says:

    Beautiful breakfast area. Love the checked ribbon and how you decked out you pretty hutch. Thanks for sharing your fall touches!

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  14. Dianne G. says:

    Love your simple fall details.
    So pretty.

  15. I really enjoyed your simple fall touches! Your kitchen is so beautiful there is no need to go overboard with fall decor.

  16. Love your fall decor from the door to the kitchen and nook!!!
    Love that kitchen!!

  17. Botanic Bleu says:

    Julie,
    The leave-filled basket on your front door is Fall perfection. Your ribbon touches in the kitchen added just enough to say Fall with your existing everyday items. And the little white ceramic pumpkin with the orange berries also says Fall. Lovely touches throughout your kitchen…

    It’s been a great week being on the Texas fall tour together…

    Judith

  18. This is all so pretty Julie. I agree that simpler can be so much prettier and less stressful too. 🙂

  19. Hi Julie … so nice to meet you along with the other Texas blogger getting together to do this Blog Tour. I love your ‘simple fall decorating’. Everything is so pretty and interesting, down to the detail of the two small pumpkins on you stove vent.
    Blessings,
    Audrey Z. @ Timeless Treasures

  20. I never tire of seeing your gorgeous kitchen! And how smart are you to keep it simple, I’m going to take that advice someday 🙂 Sorry for my late visit, I had a houseful of Longhorns all weekend! Hope to see you in a couple of weeks! xo, Andrea

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