I’m officially feeling all the fall vibes here in the RV and I’m loving it.
Decorating for the changing seasons looks a little different when you live in less than 300 sq ft. There isn’t a lot of extra space for decor.
I chose to be really intentional with my fall decorating this year and kept things simple. Having a newborn this season is making us crave simple, minimalist, neutral these days. (Who am I kidding – I always crave minimalist + neutrals.)
All of my fall florals are faux because there is no way I can focus on keeping plants alive right now. And I gotta be honest, faux flowers and plants are kind of my jam. They keep things so simple!
And simple is definitely what I’m striving for in my home decor these days.
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Fall Kitchen Decor
In the kitchen I was able to utilize my open shelving to showcase some little hints of fall.
I brought out my copper mugs for an easy nod to fall with their warm orange color palette. I love enjoying the beauty of practical accessories like wooden soup bowls as well as these cute bowls with one word sentiments.
The stack of books may be a little less practical for kitchen shelves, but they add interest with a contrast of colors and heights, right?
Speaking of a contrast of colors, I love using my letterboard to easily decorate for the seasons. Right now I went with the simple ‘hello pumpkin’ saying, and I’m already brainstorming a cute message for when we get closer to Thanksgiving. (I’m kinda loving the ‘gobble til you wobble’ phrase, ha!)
Combined with a simple fall floral stem, an amber glass candle, and a mini pumpkin, I’ve got some cute fall shelves that didn’t even get in the way of our dishes that we use daily.
I love the pampas grass obsession going around Instagram right now and had to jump in on the trend with these faux pampas grass stems. I love the texture they add to this space while still being a great neutral option. You can see all of my favorite fall florals & stems that I rounded up here.
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Fall Coffee Bar
Our coffee bar got a subtle fall makeover with the addition of a small ceramic pumpkin and a cute printable.
The ‘Let’s Get Spooky’ printable is from the SincerelyUs shop, but you could also use one of my free fall printables to decorate for fall for cheap. Doesn’t get much cheaper than F-R-E-E!
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Fall Living Room
I tried to keep my seasonal additions to the living room simple, yet cozy. Since our living room is in the center of our home and doubles as our dining room/kitchen/entry way, it can feel cluttered fast.
I added a cozy throw with lots of texture for a light, airy, yet cozy feel. I love pulling out my ‘thankful’ pillow each fall, too. (Mine is discontinued but there are some really cute ones on Amazon.)
I have been enjoying the addition of this grouping I put together in the corner of our dining area. I grabbed a few of my favorite fall floral stems and put them in a classic white pitcher and amber bottle vase.
A birch-wrapped candle reminds me of the autumn season and I love the gold detail on these wood coasters.
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Fall Home Office
If you’ve never caught the post about our RV home office before, you can check it out here. We removed the interior walls and pocket door that used to separate this space into a second bedroom and instead created a work space for both myself and Mike.
It has worked out great for us so far!
I warmed up an empty space with some cozy fall pillows on top of a wicker basket (similar). A few knit throw blankets are stored inside for easy access as we head into the colder months.
I hung up my favorite ‘hello fall’ sign above my snake plant in the corner. I love the simple modern look of this sign and the wood frame adds just the right amount of texture.
I kept the decor on top of my desk simple so as not to clutter my work space.
My favorite fall candle from the Magnolia line at Target, a cute velvet pumpkin and some more fall florals make for some great neutral fall decor.
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That’s our home this year in terms of “fall decor”. Thank you so very much for stopping by – I hope you enjoyed our simple fall home tour in the RV.
If you want to know about any of the sources, you can find them all here (some similar items linked for items that were thrifted or discontinued).