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Dried Floral Fall Arrangement, Fall Candle, French Cottage Fall Decor from Live Oak Nest

French Cottage Fall Decor

Hello and welcome back to my home! Some of you might already be decorating for the Christmas season, but I know there are several of you who wait until after Thanksgiving to trim their tree and start decorating for Christmas.

I plan to start decorating for Christmas and sharing a few Christmas videos in the next few weeks!

Today, I’m going to be sharing a quick fall home tour. I shared my French Cottage Fall Bedroom a few weeks ago. And I’ve shared several fall crafts and DIYs the last few weeks too!

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French Cottage Fall Decor, Neutral Fall Decor, Fall Home Tour

French Cottage Fall Entryway

I kept my entryway pretty simple this year. I hung a small wreath from Floral Treasure on the antique mirror that hangs above my little blue bookcase. Sitting across the way is a buffet piece I repainted and I decided to place some of my vintage books in an old dough bowl on top of that. Then I placed my DIY wheat bundles on either side of it. You can see how this area looked in the video above.

DIY Dried Wheat Bundle, French Cottage Fall Decor Ideas from Live Oak Nest

French Cottage Fall Mudroom

For my mudroom, I simply switched out the florals in my French Market Tote and changed out the ribbon. I also switched out my two pillow covers on the pillows I keep on the mud bench.

French Cottage Fall Kitchen

For the kitchen, I hung up one of my larger wreaths from Floral Treasure on my vent hood and draped a soft green velvet ribbon from the bottom of it.

Fall Wreath Decor, Kitchen Fall Decor from Live Oak Nest

I displayed a few green books, a painted turkey, and some faux hydrangeas on the wood riser that sits on the corner of my islands. I made the floral vase on the corner of the riser using a clear glass hurricane vase and painting it. I’ll be sharing a tutorial for that soon!

Neutral Fall Kitchen Decor, French Cottage Fall Decor from Live Oak Nest

French Cottage Fall Decor Dining Room

For the dining table, I put together a Turkey centerpiece and anchored it with a large cutting board. I used vintage books, velvet and painted pumpkins, dishes, and linens to bring it all together.

Didn’t my painted turkey decor turn out so pretty?! I love this big fella!

Neutral Fall Decor, Turkey Centerpiece from Live Oak Nest
Turkey Centerpiece Fall Decor from Live Oak Nest

French Cottage Fall Decor Living Room

I displayed my DIY Fall Pumpkin Topiary in the living room and added a few green and brown toned pillows to the sectional! These brown bird toile pillows are some of my all time favorites!

Neutral Fall Decor, Brown Bird Toile Throw Pillow from Live Oak Nest
DIY Pumpkin Topiary from Thrifted Urn, French Cottage Fall Decor from Live Oak Nest
French Cottage Fall Decor from Live Oak Nest

This is a dried fall arrangement I put together using some dried hydrangeas and a couple of my dried roses from my Grace Rose Farm bouquets.

Dried Floral Fall Arrangement from Live Oak Nest

And I’ve been burning my favorite Fall candles from Antique Candle Co. all season long! Momma’s Kitchen is a scent that I burn all year long. It smells like pies baking and it is so cozy and comforting.

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Fall Candles, Dried Hydrangea Arrangement from Live Oak Nest
Fall Candle Autumn Woods from Antique Candle Co. Live Oak Nest

I found this really large antique basket out thrifting and decided to fill it up with pumpkins for the fall season! I love decorating with baskets, especially in the fall!

French Cottage Fall Decor, Vintage Basket full of Pumpkins from Live Oak Nest
French Open Back Linen Chair, Neutral Fall Decor from Live Oak Nest

Did you notice my new open back accent chair? I found it on Facebook marketplace! I purchased a set of two and put one in my living room and the other in my office. They are in such good condition and they were less than $100 each. These chairs retail for over $1000 each! I’m telling you, if you have not been shopping on your local Facebook Marketplace you are missing out!

My living room is looking a little empty right now because I sold the coffee table I had. I’m in the process of refinishing another one. But I also sold the large hutch that I had behind my sectional. I loved that beautiful hutch, but I didn’t like it back against that wall. I plan to put a buffet there for the time being, but eventually I want to purchase a really large hutch and place it across from the dining table. Then I’ll move that large french buffet over behind the sofa. That’s the plan anyway! ha

French Accent Chair, Open Back Linen Chair from Live Oak Nest

French Cottage Fall Bedroom

I did a full French Cottage Fall Bedroom Tour already this season, but I wanted to share a bit of it here in case you missed it.

I love the DIY Fall Swag I made for above the bed. It was just what the room needed. I kept my bedroom very neutral and didn’t pull any greens into this room. I love how peaceful and quiet the room feels. It’s cozy but calm and that’s just how a bedroom should feel in my opinion!

French Cottage Fall Bedroom Tour from Live Oak Nest
DIY Fall Swag, Neutral Fall Bedroom Decor from Live Oak Nest
Velvet Pumpkin, French Cottage Fall Decor from Live Oak Nest

I hope you enjoyed coming along for my fall home tour! I love sharing my French Cottage Fall decor with you and I hope it’s inspired you for the fall season and beyond.

I’d love for you to say hello down below and let me know what you think! And if we’re not friends over on Facebook or Instagram, what are you waiting for?! ☺️

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Kayla C.

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