It’s our first seasonal home tour in the new build! However, this home tour is more about using colors, textures, and tones to create a seasonal vibe. Normally I feel like I have a lot more pumpkins out. I mean I have a few, but this year I just kind of went with what I could find around my house and a few things I picked up at the store. So grab a cup of coffee and welcome to our new home and a Simple Modern European Fall Home Tour full of warm tones and texture!
Fall Home Tour Video Walk-through
Simple Modern European Kitchen Fall Decor
Let’s kick things off with the kitchen, mostly because it’s my favorite space in our home. Also because it’s the heart of the home!
If you’ve been following me for a while you know that I am a HUGE fan of having nothing on my countertops. In fact, we designed our floor plan to include a pantry that would allow for all our small appliances to be out of sight. Part of this is due to the fact that clutter seriously gives me anxiety. The other part is because of how open our floor plan is. I wanted our kitchen to feel like an extension of the living space and not have a toaster front and center.
I do have some canisters on the counter because this is my daughter’s little baking area and the girl loves to bake! Now she has her flower and sugar easily accessible! And it’s Fall so, of course, I had to have a bowl (similar bowl option here) of apples sitting out. My oldest will literally grab one every time he walks by. We went apple picking recently so I have plenty to spare ;).
My Favorite Items for Styling Open Shelves & Glass Cabinets
Kitchen Island Decor
For the island, I added a large brown glass vase and some faux stems. TIP: Add water in a vase with faux stems to make it seem more realistic! The vase I got a few years ago from Target. But here are a few other options if you are looking for something similar
Kitchen Open Shelving Fall Decor
For the open shelves next to our fridge, I added a small lamp that provides a cozy feel in the evenings. Then there are just a few simple dishes styled on the shelves. Mostly things we use, but not as often.
Modern European Living Room Fall Decor
Let’s take a step into the great room now, which literally just requires you to turn around with me! : )
This is the view from our front door straight into the great room. I’m not going to lie, this might be my favorite place to stand sometimes and look at these gorgeous windows! From here you can’t see much of the Fall decor, but I did place a cozy blanket on the back of the chair, and you can see my fresh pampas grass clippings sitting on the coffee table.
On the side table, I used a small velvet pumpkin that I’ve had for years! These velvet pumpkins were actually used these in a Fall Tablescape one time when I hauled our kitchen table to a park, HAH!
I shared our Fall Mantel a few weeks ago, but now you can get a better look at the whole space! It was hard finding stuff to fill all the shelves. Our last house didn’t have many and because I prefer a more minimalist approach to my decor I really had to dig through some tubs to find enough things. I did end up purchasing a few new things, but everything I got can be reused for all seasons! I even made my own stone vases with a few thrift store finds!
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And then for our sofa and chairs, I just added a few new pillow covers to really round out the fall color tones I used throughout the rest of our home! I bought our sofa here locally, but this one from Pottery Barn is VERY similar. I even tested out the pottery barn version in-store and it feels almost identical to ours!
You can see a peek into our dining room, but I haven’t done anything special in there. I did hang the huge basket I found at a thrift store on the wall. It’s the same one I used quite a bit above our concrete fireplace in our last house.
Modern European Fall Home Tour
I hope you enjoyed our little Fall tour! You can check out all our previous Fall Decor posts HERE.
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