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Amber and Gray Fall Home Tour

It’s officially fall home tour season! And today I’m sharing our Living Room. Come see how a few simple colors added a warm, cozy feel to this room in this Amber and Gray Fall Home Tour!

Over the weekend, we saw the first cool mornings here in Birmingham and that made me smile because I knew it was that time of year! It’s rare to have cool temps here in the late summer. But that made me excited to get out my fall décor!

Fall is my favorite season of all.

So I’m sharing some simple ways to add fall decorating to your home that anyone can do!

I am so honored to be joining an amazing group of ladies on this 2021 Fall Home tour hosted by Marty from A Stroll Thru Life happening all week long. There are over 30 talented bloggers participating in this tour, so if you are looking for fall inspiration – I got you covered. You can scroll down to the end of this post to see those joining in this week.

If you are visiting for the first time from Decor to Adore – welcome to Noting Grace! I love to share budget friendly tips, tricks and DIYs to create a home you love! You can read more all about me here. me to Noting Grace! I loved all of Laura’s fall colors in her home tour, didn’t you?

This year, I have fallen in love with two colors of fall that are making me swoon.

So make yourself at home, garb a cup of your favorite beverage, and enjoy this home tour!

Amber and Gray Fall Home Tour

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vintage crocks, amber bottles and gray spatterware in a fall arrangement

Grays and Ambers are my favorite colors this season and I’ve had so much fun sprinkling them throughout my home.

Last week, I shared my fall tablescape on our eat-in kitchen’s dining room table that had copper and gray colors. And earlier this month, I started the season by getting our entryway all decked out for the autumn.

And now, it’s time to move into our Living Room!

white fireplace painted with Romabio masonry flat with a tobacco basket as a screen and a fall decorated mantel with old books and crocks

We recently did a quick Living Room Refresh and added this new sofa to our room and I couldn’t wait to style with all the happy fall colors.

gray pillow with plaid throw

I love to repurpose items from previous years home decor, but this year, I had a few fun new additions.

Like this Tartan Throw Blanket from Target.

gray pillow with plaid throw

I started with that and added some fun throw pillows I found at Walmart from their Better Homes and Gardens collection.

I loved the gray trellis design and the tassels were fun! Plus it’s so soft!

Next I added this fun pumpkin colored pillow.

gray pillow with plaid throw

It was a new pillow from the Hearth and Hand line at Target and it was the perfect pairing that just said cozy to me.

I love to combine various textures that make you want to sit and relax.

Throw pillows are an easy way to add a little bit of color while also creating a cozy fall family room.

gray pillow with plaid throw
armchair with gray pillows with vintage wooden crate as a coffee table decorated for fall

Opposite the couch sit some bucket armchairs that are new to us from earlier this year.

I carried out the gray theme by adding some knit pillows to each chair.

Gray Knit Pillow on armchair next to a white painted fireplace with a tobacco basket as a screen

The chunky knit cover feels so nice, especially paired with a fuzzy throw blanket.

And it ties the grays together across the room.

white fireplace painted with Romabio masonry flat with a tobacco basket as a screen and a fall decorated mantel with old books and crocks

On the hearth, I added one of my recent DIYs.

I made these candle holders from an old bed frame and I love how they look next to the arm chair.

wooden munising bowl filled with cream, gray, and copper pumpkins and pinecones

Our vintage crate coffee table got a new look as well. I placed a wood tray on top of the coffee table and used an old wooden munising bowl and filled it with some gray and cream velvet pumpkins.

Next, I added a fun fluted vase in a brilliant shade of amber.

armchair with gray pillows with vintage wooden crate as a coffee table decorated for fall

Trent picked out this giant acorn at Hobby Lobby the other day. Of course, I love the texture it added to our table.

One thing you’ll learn about me is that I love to decorate with so many vintage finds.

white fireplace painted with Romabio masonry flat with a tobacco basket as a screen and a fall decorated mantel with old books and crocks

So I filled my fireplace with tons of vintage goodies!

I started with a tobacco basket to cover the firebox. It’s the perfect statement piece that instantly draws your eye to the fireplace.

Then I added some old crocks from family members to the fireplace mantel.

white fireplace painted with Romabio masonry flat with a tobacco basket as a screen and a fall decorated mantel with old books and crocks
Cream and white pumpkins sitting on top of vintage sugar mold on a mantel

In the center of the mantel sits a sugar mold topped with cream white pumpkins that I had from last year.

These are just plastic pumpkins but are a perfect addition to any fall seasonal decor.

white fireplace painted with Romabio masonry flat with a tobacco basket as a screen and a fall decorated mantel with old books and crocks

I filled some of the crocks with faux stems from my craft closet.

Most of these crocks have been passed down to me from my mom, but a few of them, I purchased at estate sales or a thrift store.

But there is one that is by far my favorite.

vintage crocks, amber bottles and gray spatterware in a fall arrangement

This vintage crock was my great, great granddaddy’s hooch jug that they found buried in the barn many years after he had gone.

So that must have been the time of the prohibition since it was hidden all those years. It’s a salt glazed jug and is obviously one of my favorite pieces – simply for the story alone!

Vintage dresser decorated for fall

I placed it on our DIY Unfinished Natural Wood Dresser with some vintage splatterware filled with fall eucalyptus and an amber glass jug that I’ve had for years.

I love how vintage amber bottles look and think they are a great choice for seasonal decorating.

Above the dresser is an old mirror frame that I found for $10 at a garage sale! They aren’t a matching set, but I love how they look paired together.

Vintage dresser decorated for fall

I placed a rust colored Eucalyptus fall wreath in the center to add to the amber hues throughout the room.

One last piece of crockery that I added is next to our TV Wall Cabinet.

vintage crock filled with fall greenery

If you haven’t guessed by now, I have a thing for eucalpytus – especially in the fall.

Since I love it so much, I filled this large crock with different colored silver dollar eucalyptus.

Vintage radio on a shelf with old books

This DIY Wall Cabinet Hides our TV, so that we aren’t staring at that ugly black box on the wall.

I filled the frames with some vintage tree pencil drawings. You can get access to my free printables here!

Vintage radio on a shelf with old books

This vintage radio is a new addition for our home.

Trent was helping his Dad clean out the attic and this was tucked away. What a find!

Vintage radio on a shelf with old books

So we placed it on the shelf that sits under our TV Cabinet.

I filled the shelf with old books and other rusty vintage items to carry out the amber color theme.

Vintage radio on a shelf with old books

So that’s it for this living room tour!

I hope you enjoyed seeing our home all decked out for the season.

Now if we could get the temperatures to cooperate!

armchair with gray pillows with vintage wooden crate as a coffee table decorated for fall
Vintage dresser decorated for fall
white fireplace painted with Romabio masonry flat with a tobacco basket as a screen and a fall decorated mantel with old books and crocks

So, now it’s time for you to visit Heather at Southern State of Mind. Be sure to stop by and see how she decorated for fall.

And you won’t want to miss out on any of these pretty fall home tours happening the rest of this week! So make sure you come back each day to visit the others. Here’s a complete daily line-up with links for you.

Amber and Gray Fall Home Tour
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11 Comments

  1. Beautiful and serene color palette for Fall and cozy layers!! I really enjoyed your Fall home tour Jen!

  2. I love everything about your gorgeous fall living room! The soft muted shades are so welcoming and I love that vintage radio – what a great find!

  3. Come on over! I’ll put the pot on! How wonderful would that be? Thanks so much for your kind words – enjoy the rest of your week.

  4. Thanks so much for your hard work putting this amazing home tour together! Always love to join in!

  5. What a cozy living room! I love the color palette and all of your unique little finds. I’ve been hoping the borders would open so I could get down to Target – I’ve been seeing that throw on a few blogs now and I love it! Happy Fall!

  6. Oh my goodness, yes–that radio! It’s just perfect! I love vintage goodies, too, and there are so many to admire in your home. I’m so glad I found you–thanks for sharing your fall home with us!

  7. Love the tour and seeing all of your amazing vintage treasures. That crock of your grandpa’s is such a treasure for sure. Thanks so much for joining the tour again this season, your home is always a favorite and always filled with tons of inspiration.

  8. How lovely, Jen! I could step right in and enjoy a cup of coffee with you in your inviting living room. You have such a wonderful collection of vintage goodies. I love the story behind your great-granddad’s hooch jug. Too funny! I think the colors that you chose to use are perfect with all of your beautiful natural wood pieces.

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