Welcome to the Cuter Tudor fall tour! You can tell by the front door, there will be blue, even the pumpkins. Come on in!

I keep our front entry simple with real pumpkins and mums. Easy to pick up at the grocery store and instant fall feels!

This is our formal living room. I used more elegant pumpkins in this space. I recently brought in more green, like the botanical prints to freshen up this room! I love the cool color palettes with woods and whites, so my fall decor transitions well with my home.

Last year, I made this DIY succulent planters from orange sytrofoam pumpkins. I painted the pumpkins in several layers and shades of grey paint, hot glued moss to the tops and placed succulent picks into the top. So easy and now I see different versions in the stores.

I love to use lanterns in the fall and winter months with my seasonal decor. You can use one as an accent next to a bench or group them together in a collection.

Baskets or crates of pumpkins is a beautiful yet simple way to bring in a touch of fall.

I chalk painted some inexpensive pumpkins when I could not find the color that I wanted. Chalk paint works well to adhere to many surfaces, so this is a quick fix. There are versions of craft chalk paint for a few bucks at the craft store. It is fun to layer different colors of paint to achieve a more realistic effect so I panted these blue then white.

Pillows are an easy way to bring in a seasonal look. I love mine from Linen and Ivory. I don’t think that fall has to be all pumpkins, so I like to bring in other natural elements and even use blue and white florals with greenery and fall sprigs.

In my den, I decorate with a little more wood tones and creamy whites but still include blue and white florals with my pumpkins. I like to use found items like old crates or ladders to bring in a time worn look.

I recently changed up my DIY paneled wall with paint. A custom clock from Aimee Weaver designs graces my mantel. I added metal baskets with old books, florals and burlap pots of greenery on each side for balance. Architectural pieces add a warm, wood tone.

In front of the fireplace, I used more fall inspired pillows, lanterns, and crates of pumpkins, fall stems mixed with florals.

Adding little touches of Fall is easy with mini pumpkins.


On my coffee table, I used more mini chalk painted pumpkins and DIY fabric pumpkins.

I found some scraps from my dining chairs, so I made fabric pumpkins. Cut large circles in the fabric, fill, bring together and wrap in jute. You can use plastic or real stems tied with jute, ribbon or fabric scraps.

Remove stems from faux pumpkins, chalk paint, and add ribbon or burlap before replacing the stem. The possibilities are endless to personalize your decor.

I love to decorate my formal dining room table for each season and create a beautiful tablescape with a centerpiece and table setting.

Garlands are a quick way to add a seasonal touch. They are easy to find or make. I don’t mind mixing mine either to add some fun layers to a space.

I added a long chalkboard in a gold frame and suspended fall wreaths from the top with fishing line.

And more pillows from Linen and Ivory. This pillow with blue, white and green pumpkins inspired my Fall tablescape. Funny how one little thing can spark our imaginations or inspire us.

I always use white dishes and then layer something fun into each place setting. The mini plates were perfect to do so. Here, I folded the napkins to make a pocket for silverware.

Thanks for stopping by the CuterTudor. Check out some other beautiful fall tours by my friends on Instagram. I love to find inspiration from others and see how they interpret the seasons and holidays in their homes. They will surely inspire you too!

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