Hooray, a home decor post! It has been way too long. Today, we’re talking all about neutral farmhouse-style fall decor for less. I put up my fall decor a little early this year because I was really sick of looking at the same ‘ol summer stuff. There were quite a few things that I knew I wanted to get/add to my collection, but as usual I didn’t want to spend a lot of money. It’s all going to come down in a couple months to make way for Christmas, right? 😉 So, thank goodness for these stores that made it fun, easy and affordable to shop for fall!
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Amazon | No shock here, right? My motto these days is that if you can’t find it on Amazon then it doesn’t exist. Amazon is my go-to for seasonal pillow covers – so much less expensive and easier to store than full-size pillows. This one currently is on display in front of our faux fireplace in the sitting room. I also picked up this one to switch out come Thanksgiving.
Hobby Lobby | This place is the mecca of all things fall and farmhouse-style decor. Hob Lob is killing it these days! $6 cotton stems? Yes, please. I have these in vases all over the house. There’s also a huge selection of signs, wood decor, you name it. All perfect for fall and even year round, if you ask me. Their website isn’t the greatest, so I don’t have a lot to link. Just trust me when I say that you should go get lost in the store for a couple hours.
Pier 1 | A few years back, I never would’ve associated Pier 1 and the phrase “for less” together. BUT, thanks to their email list I regularly get coupons and sale alerts (which is pretty frequent!). I recently scored the cutest wooden pumpkin sign for around $30. That’s not bad considering I’ll now have it for many years to come. Pier 1 also is my go-to source for realistic-looking floral stems. The eucalyptus stems are my favorite, and they currently have some in brown for fall.
Target $1 Spot | If you haven’t hit up your local Target $1 spot yet, RUN. No, seriously. I basically bought out their stock of velvet pumpkins the day that they put them out. A lady got so pissed at me that she went and got a manager to try to argue why I wasn’t allowed to do that. Um, hello? It’s a store, and there’s no limit to the number of items I can buy. It honestly was one of the most hilarious encounters that I’ve ever had. You snooze, you lose. Anyways, there’s everything from velvet pumpkins to little ceramic pumpkins to burlap bunting to kitchen towels to table runners … I could go on and on. I wish that you could shop the $1 section online. That would be life-changing.
There you have it! My go-to sources for neutral farmhouse-style fall decor for less. I’m planning to do a little fall home tour in the next few weeks so you can see how I actually styled some of these items in our house. Stay tuned!