Check Out These French Inspired Autumn Decor Ideas- DIY Fall Wreath, Neutral Fall Decor, & Traditional Colors. TFT

Welcome back to TFT!
This week our features are sharing more decorating ideas for the fall season.
We have fall looks using traditional fall colors along with softer faded neutral fall decor styles
and a DIY wreath made from book pages.

There are so many things to love this week.
Here’s a look at some of my fall decor from last year.
Check out this Thanksgiving holiday tablescape inspiration from last year.
White pumpkins and fuchsia carnations mixed with pinecones for a soft autumn style with a bright pop of color
I’m wrapping up the last of my fall touches around the house.
A giant windstorm with 80 mph winds ripped through Anchorage last night and it’s still whipping around a bit.
We’ll see if it calms so I can put a few things out on the front porch.

Kari Ann from Thistlewood farm shared a tutorial for how to make a fall wreath from book pages.
Quick and easy do it yourself wreath for a crisp fall look.

Rosemary and Thyme shared her traditional French inspired tablescape using warm rusty browns and mustard yellow tones.

Classic French Country table setting decor ideas for fall

Angelina from Peonies and Orange Blossoms shared a rustic French fall inspired vignette using a collection of velvet pumpkins and corn.

Create a stunning harvest themed vignette with plush cloth pumpkins and dried corn. Mixed with a weathered chippy urn it's a perfect French Country Fall Look

Terry from Forever Decorating shared her fall home tour filled with plenty of color and ideas for decorating indoors and out.

Get some fall curbside appeal by filling an urn with greenery, pumpkin and topping it with a classic French orb.
I love that so many of the ideas shared here today are quick and easy no fuss seasonal decor.
Fresh or faux pumpkins,
a few flowers,
greens,
add your favorite fall colors
and you have a fabulous fall look that will hold through Halloween & Thanksgiving.

Stick a few crows in, creepy but cute spiders, some skulls or skeletons and it’s a whole new look for Halloween.
If you’re looking that far ahead, head over to my Halloween decor post.

 

Or you might like to visit my Fall Home Tour  or Fall Porch in Alaska
where I share fantastic alternatives to using fresh florals and pumpkins and my best cold weather decor tips!
Fantastic Fall home decor with a beautifully decorated living room, simple fall dining table centerpiece and natural touches with soft fall colors.
Decorating for fall outdoors on porches can be a pain. Tips for cold weather decor in Alaska

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french inspired autumn decor ideas as featured by Thursday Favorite Things Link Party Bloggers. DIY wreath tutorials. outdoor fall decor, a gorgeous French Tablescape in traditional fall colors and plenty of autumn vignette ideas for every corner of your home.

 

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Angelina
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Thanks for featuring my little velvet pumpkin vignette! Hope you are having a great week!

1010ParkPlace
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Love your French farmhouse concept. I was going to build one of those… still have the architectural plans, but my husband died, and I don’t want to build it alone. So… After much debate, I bought a house back in the city and am probably going to make it a bit more eclectic. Tomorrow I’m going to Round Top/Marburger Farm, one of the largest antique fairs in the country, looking for a fabulous console to put a sink in for my master bath. There’s a video tour of my house on my blog this week. Brenda

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