Rachel from Maison de Pax kept her mantel neutral, but added a touch of soft blue that looks right at home with her fall decor.
Jenna from Rain on a Tin Roof created a table centerpiece that is mostly neutral, but added a little dash of red/orange and an unexpected bit of navy blue. (We were apparently on the same page too, not wanting to spend a lot on decorating; I picked up the same white ceramic pumpkin from the dollar store last weekend!)
Kim from Too Much Time On My Hands brought a little bit of fall indoors in her simple mantlescape, and added just a bit of yellow and orange into the mix.
I wanted to keep things simple too, so as I was pulling out my fall and Halloween decorations last weekend I decided I wanted to keep the decorations a little understated this year. I wanted the fall decorations to compliment our everyday home decor, not compete with it.
I placed our decorations on the china cabinet in our dining room/kitchen area since this is what my mantle looks like:
Not really a lot of room for adding decorations there, so off to the dining room I went. I picked up these stick pumpkins from Tuesday Morning and the white ceramic one is a fun find from the Dollar Tree. I love when I can find just the items I am looking for at really inexpensive prices! I added in some bright blues as an accent to the other mostly neutral decor and I really like how the colors all look so great together.
So, have you jumped on the neutral fall decor bandwagon, or do you stick to more traditional fall colors in your decorating?