Some of the leaves are actually starting to change here and they are turning a beautiful gold color. This is part of what inspired the tones I am using in our dining room this year. Today, I am sharing a couple of simple harvest gold and white fall decor ideas.
Part of what made creating these vignettes so easy was working around my existing decor…not starting from scratch.
For the buffet, this is what I started with…
You can see this Dining Room Sideboard Hack HERE.
First, I decided to use my black hurricanes on my coffee tables in our main living area. Here is how it turned out…
Fall is my favorite time of year to feature this incredible hand-carved Haitian urn given to me by my parents. It was gifted to them by some missionary friends from the U.S. to Haiti on the island of La Gonave.
The lovely ladies spent decades on the island with no electricity or running water helping and ministering the local people of that island. I remember many visits from them as they would stay in our house during all of their visits back to the states. My fond memories of them are part of what makes this piece so special.
This is where it sits on a daily basis but I love pulling it out and using it in our fall decor each year. You can see how I used here in the past HERE. You can also see how I created this area from an old closet HERE.
Simple Harvest Gold and White Fall Decor Ideas
I wanted to use a textural base for this decor. Believe it or not, this faux fur throw is actually a bath mat that I bought on clearance for $6! Think outside of the box, my friends!
All there was left to do was to add some harvest gold and white fall accents.
More Simple Gold and White Fall Decor Ideas
For the other console in our dining room, I simply changed out a few accessories for some coordinating fall decor…only a few pumpkins.
This is a perfect example of creating a new look for fall by only changing a few things.
Notice how everything compliments the art, the lamp, and the alabaster tray. This makes for a much more cohesive look.
This past year, I created a fall table setting using harvest gold, white, and black. I love all of the warm contrast that the harvest gold provides!
On the buffet, I created this simple vignette to coordinate with the table above. This was the foundation for my decor on our other console this year.
That was then…this is now….
If you enjoy this color palette, then you will love this Golden Harvest Fall Tablescape by Randi Garrett!
And, the fall decor on this mantle is simple and divine!
This vignette on Jennifer’s ottoman is simple and elegant. The texture of the pumpkins really warms things up!
Key takeaways: Choose a color palette that coordinates with your existing furnishings and art. To keep things simple, just drop in a few fall elements that warm up your spaces.
Have you started your fall decorating yet?! Hopefully, today’s post gives you some simple harvest gold and white fall decor ideas for your own home. I would love to hear what color palettes you are planning on using this year! Leave your comments below.