I love adding fall farmhouse decor colors to our living room. The wreaths, tree, arrangement, and pumpkins are perfect for our Waco home.
This post is sponsored by Balsam Hill.
It’s been a bit of a logistical challenge to decorate our Waco home this year with farmhouse fall decor. Under normal circumstances, I would visit our rental home every few months to update the decor, restyle a bit, and enjoy our home and Waco. Our home in Waco is a short-term rental and I love creating a sanctuary in our home for our guests.
Of course, this has been a year without normal circumstances. In fact, it’s been a year without normal. I did have a trip scheduled to visit Waco and Round Top in October but I ended up canceling it. And my plans to add fall decor to our home kind of got tabled.
But guess what? It happened anyway.
My friends at Balsam Hill came to the rescue. When they reached out and asked if I could style a living room for fall, I knew exactly what I wanted to do. The (kind of) forgotten Waco House!
Our home in Waco has very neutral decor. Well so does our home in California. Obviously, I love the neutral decor. I love it because I can add any colors I want to our home at any time throughout the year. And it always works.
Typically I add color in our home with accessories, art, bedding, and more. The Farmhouse Fall Decor I found at Balsam Hill is so colorful and works perfectly with a neutral palette.
I can’t even begin to tell you how much I love this collection. But you need to know, it was not easy to make a decision as to which items I wanted. There was a lot to choose from.
How Did I Choose the Fall Items for Our Living Room?
If you have been following me for a while then you know I love to put wreaths in windows. I love how the sunlight catches the colors of the wreath and it’s a simple way to add decor to a room.
I decided to choose the wreaths first and let that decision lead me to making my other farmhouse fall decor selections.
I chose three Balsam Hill wreaths from the Autumn Abundance Collection to go in the living room windows. These windows are located on the other side of our wrap-around porch. You can see my favorite two-hundred-year-old oak tree outside through the windows.
You might be wondering how our Waco house was decorated for fall when I am in Southern California. I have a wonderful house manager named Kelly who takes care of our home and manages everything onsite with our Airbnb and VRBO guests. She is amazing. We have discovered that she not only has an eye for decorating but her photography skills are incredible. Decorating via Facetime is really fun!
These wreaths make such a big impact on our living room and the colors are so perfect for Farmhouse fall decor. They aren’t too colorful for a neutrally decorated room. They are perfect.
Here is a closeup of the wreath. As you can see it has an array of greens, pinecones, pumpkins, and sprigs of berries. I hope you can see that the wreaths were hung with a thumbtack and some kitchen twine. This is how I hang most of our wreaths!
I also selected an arrangement from the Autumn Abundance Collection. It works perfectly on our coffee table and is sitting on my vintage wooden tray.
I love that the arrangement is in a wooden box and it measures 26″ long x 13.5″ wide x 12″ high.
Here is a closeup. I am pretty sure this arrangement will travel back and forth to our dining room table too.
Can you see the Canadian Maple tree peeking out on the left side of this photo below? Isn’t the color magical?
This Potted Canadian Maple Tree is my favorite. It is six feet tall and I am going to use this tree in our Waco home for the holidays too. The colors are perfect for Fall and Christmas. And look how great it looks in front of my painting! (We will pretend I planned it that way.)
I love these heirloom pumpkins from Balsam Hill. They look so great in our living room.
These faux pumpkins are very authentic and yet they will survive the Texas heat for many years to come. Haha.
Aren’t the color of these pumpkins fabulous?
These twelve mini pumpkins come in a wooden crate. They are so much fun to style around the room.
I can’ wait for our next guest to check-in later today and enjoy our new fall decor.
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