Fall at Our Magnolia Home

I still cannot believe that it is Fall already and that this year is quickly coming to a close. I am so thankful for the arrival of football season and the hint of cool crisp air on the horizon. I love the colors of fall, the milky whites mixed with the rich reds and oranges that flow nicely with the greenery that was able to hold out through the winter. It is all so beautiful and so inspiring.

This fall, I wanted to keep things simple and I didn't want to over take our home with too much fall decor or make it seem too party like. I also wanted to add more natural touches this year with cotton, pheasant feathers and magnolia leaves.

For the size of house we have, our kitchen is fairly small. So, I try to keep the kitchen as clean and clutter free as much as possible.

I want to say I toned down the fall decor all throughout the house, but I just couldn't do that in our dining room. We don't currently have an entryway table so I didn't get to decorate that! I have my eye on this dresser of for the entry way.

When our dining room got moved, so did a lot of other furniture in our house which left an empty space in our living room. I also love the look of bar carts. So when Target had their gold bar cart on sale, I jumped at the chance to get one. I did enjoy decorating it and the color of it ties in nicely with other accents in our home.

To see all the bar cart details and the before photos head here.

Now, I haven't really done much outside and I haven't purchased any real pumpkins yet. But I am in love with this Happy Fall Y'all sign I got for the front door.

Thank y'all for stopping by and hanging out in Our Magnolia Home! I hope to post some more updates later this fall. Come back again soon!


  1. Loved your tour and all the blue and white styled for fall!

  2. I love your subtle touches of decor, & I love that apron with the dachshunds on it-so cute!

    xoox, SS

    The Southern Stylista

  3. Where do you buy your cotton stems?

    1. I get them from Michael's, they usually carry them once a year during the fall.