I am so excited Fall is here! It’s my most favorite season!
How about you, do you like fall too? I hope so! I love all the colors, smells, food’s and everything about fall!
Today I’m sharing my fall home tour.
My home has an open floor plan so one room leads into the next. I feel like the decor should blend from one room to the other.
Last year I used blues in my fall decorations… This was a new color for me! I liked how the blue pumpkins and gourds looked with my mercury glass pumpkins. I really enjoyed the color’s but decided to change it this year. If you would like to view last years fall tour click this link. I also share a few recipe’s that I had at a small dinner party!!!
This year I went with earthier tones in my fall decor! I used creamy whitish pumpkins, grays, a little burnt orange, browns, and my favorite mercury glass pumpkins in the decor!
Please come on in so we can get started!
My front porch is small, so I added just a few little touches… I added a few mum’s, pumpkins, and ribbon to my topiary’s.
The wreath on my door I made with left over flowers from a few wreath’s I no longer use. I have a tutorial in my
stories showing how I made my new wreath!
Stepping into my foyer you’ll see my home has a very open concept…
I used a cornucopia on my bureau and added some earth tone faux fall florals… pumpkins and pinecones were also added. I painted the cornucopia using some left over white spray paint I had. It match’s much better with my decor.
The gray candles are so cute! They look like a wool sweater…I love the way their made!
My dinning room… I kept it simple this year.
I added lots of pumpkins to my new dough bowl… Placed a few mercury glass pumpkins in my china cabinet and added some pinecones and faux flowers.
There’s also a few pumpkins on top of the china cabinet.
In my office… of course I had to place a few pumpkins on the shelfs!!! I like to add fall everywhere!
Our great room is where we gather… so I wanted to make the biggest statement here!
I added faux foliage to my fireplace mantel and added a rust color throw to enhance with the leaves on the fireplace… I used the same gray style candles on the fireplace that I placed in the foyer.
Layering different leaves, vines, faux and real eucalyptus leaves gave my mantel that fall statement I was looking for. Adding a few flowers I think gave it that subtle something that was missing.
Creating little centerpiece’s around the house give’s my home fall touches all through my home.
The little bowl on my coffee table with a mercury pumpkin and fall foliage is an example of a little centerpieces I like to create.
My kitchen is the room I spend most of my time and I wanted to add fall there as well, but still be able to use my counter’s and island for preparing meals.
So I added a cute little pumpkin and tucked into the corner on the counter and…
I added a few pumpkins in my little corner dish holder. I always add something seasonal to my cake domes at the end of my counter. We do put desserts in there when I make something Lol!
Touches of fall are in the bedrooms too! Pumpkins, gourds and fall flowers add a nice touch!
I said I was going to keep it simple this year but everyday I find I add something! Pretty sure I’m done now!
I’m actually planning out our Halloween dinner and little party I throw every year!
You’ll have to stop back by to see what I do!!!!
Have a great day!!!!