Teal Fall decor because decorating for fall doesn’t need to be just oranges and reds. Teal fall farmhouse decor mixed with natural elements of plants and wood.
Let’s decorate for Fall with teal. Yes, teal Fall decor that is a thing! When pumpkin spice lattes come out I know that it’s time to start taking out my pumpkins and decorating for Fall. It seems to get earlier and earlier every year but I am not mad about it.
Did you know that teal can be a neutral? Well in my house it is. Instead of doing the tradition Fall colors of oranges, yellow and red I’ve chosen a color palette of teal, green, ivory and natural wood tones.
Recently I have renovated my kitchen, dining and living room creating an open floor plan. This Is only the second year I have decorated this space. Every year I seem to love it more. I intentionally carry the color scheme through out the whole open floor plan.
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TEAL FALL DECOR
Now you are not going to walk into a pumpkin patch and find a teal pumpkin so you’re going to have to get inventive. I have been collecting my pumpkins over the years from TJMaxx, Target and some local shops. Can’t find teal pumpkins or the color you are looking for? You can buy some orange pumpkins and DIY them yourself with chalk paint. If you do that I suggest foam or plastic pumpkins vs real. Paint on real pumpkins speeds up the pumpkin going bad.
Vittsjo shelves decorated for Fall
One of the most commonly asked questions I get is where are those shelves from?! These are the Vittsjo shelves from Ikea. At under $80 they make a big design statement that won’t hurt your budget.
Not only do they look great they tie in the black from my kitchen hardware, lighting and finishes in the living room. Making the open concept feel cohesive.
My favorite part of decorating for any season are decorating these shelves. I love displaying my vintage teal glassware and adding trailing pothos mixed with books and pumpkins.
When you are adding Fall decor into your everyday decor don’t just stick a pumpkin on a shelf. Figure out how to incorporate it so it feels part of the overall decor. Add a pumpkin to a stack of books giving it height.
Have a cake stand with a glass cloche? Add some mini pumpkins. Creating visual interest and depth that will make your eyes linger just a bit longer on that shelf.
Just because you decorate for Fall every year doesn’t mean you need to buy new Fall decor every year. This is the third year I have had teal Fall decor. Each year I may add one or two things but I keep my self on budget by reusing my decor in different ways.
This year I added these glass pumpkins. Wanting to introduce some more glass on the shelves that would tie into my vintage glassware collection. Choosing green to tie into the color of the plants and clear glass as just another neutral element.
I added these both to the table and the shelves to compliment each other.
Teal Fall Tablescape
When I create a tablescape I like to start by grounding it with something like a table runner. I decided to bring in more natural elements to my Fall decor. I found this wood slab on clearance at Michael’s. It’s the perfect size for a centerpiece on my dining table.
I like to create layers in my decor making it more interesting to the eye. You can do this by adding different textures, heights and materials. I used a eucalyptus garland as a base on top of the wood. Then I mixed in glass, ceramic and faux pumpkins of varying sizes.
To finish it off and add some elegance I added these thrifted classic brass candle stick holders.
Buffalo Check Pumpkins
To know me is to know my love for buffalo check. I even have a buffalo check accent chair. In the living room I wanted to do something a little different and incorporate these buffalo check pumpkins on my fireplace. I used eucalyptus, brass candleholders and smaller teal pumpkins to tie into the living room.
Over all I am really excited how the space looks. Every time I look over from the kitchen or come around the corner I can’t help but smile. I love that it doesn’t scream fall. I think the teal color scheme makes it easier to transition from Summer into Fall.
Love the space? Want to see how I decorate it for Christmas? Check out how I decorated it last year here.