Decorating for fall doesn't have to mean orange everywhere! You can create beautiful neutral fall decor and still embrace the beauty of autumn. Take a look at these gorgeous homes for inspiration!
Amy from AttaGirlSays created a beautiful autumn wreath using nontraditional neutral colors. I love the incorporation of gold accents in her beautiful DIY fall wreath.
Wendy from At Lane and High used a real pumpkin to create this beautiful centerpiece that would be perfect for Thanksgiving! I love how the eucalyptus gives some drama and movement to the arrangement!
Summer at SummerAdams.com is a girl after my own heart when it comes to decorating. Her non-traditional fall decor with gray and gold accents would blend right in at our house!
This autumn living room is our own, from two years ago. We've since updated the fireplace surround to marble and I can't wait to show you this year's version with the cooler colors we're planning.
Kim at Sand and Sisal is one of my favorite decorating bloggers. It's hard to imagine anyone being able to pull together her signature coastal decor with autumn accents better.
I love how Chris from Just a Girl adds a subtle shade of orange and sage into this beautiful neutral fall mantel display. It goes to show that you can incorporate orange into your neutral autumn decor without using bright, loud colors.
This mantel that incorporates muted shades of orange and sage comes from Jamie of So Much Better with Age. Hop over to her blog to see how to blended both real heirloom pumpkins with painted fake pumpkins to create this beautiful display.
Heather from Southern State of Mind took a much more subtle touch to her fall decorating by removing her normal pops of blue and white and sticking to muted browns and white. She also framed vintage recipes from her grandmother over the oven, which I love! She scanned her vintage recipes and is offering them as a free download on her site if you love the idea too.
Isn't this DIY autumn centerpiece from Ananda of a Piece of Rainbow a stunner? She shares a step-by-step tutorial on her blog so you can recreate it for yourself.
I hope you enjoyed these gorgeous neutral fall decorating ideas from some of my favorite fellow bloggers!