Fall Home Tour

My fall home tour is filled with beautiful simple yet stunning fall home decor ideas!

Fall Home Tour poster.

Hello! Welcome to my home! I’m so excited to be a part of this amazing group of bloggers, called All Things Home! For special interests or events, All Things Home will be doing big home tours like the Summer Showcase of Homes or Kitchen Details Tour we did last month.

And the best part is there are BIG giveaways! Like the one we have today…a hand-painted $1500 Sarasota Chest from Somerset Bay! Check the bottom of my post for your chance to win!

My Neutral Fall Home Tour

Okay, let’s get started! Welcome to my front door. I made these split pea wreaths just for you 😉  Let’s make our way inside.

Split pea wreaths on maroon colored front doors.

I decorated my foyer just for you too. I knew you’d be coming 😉

Foyer decorated with fall leaves in a crock on a side table.

Did you know I’m in Canada? Well, I had to add some maple leaves. I love adding natural elements to my home especially for the fall.

Green and red leaves in a crock in the foyer.

And what a better way than adding something from your own backyard. It adds height too which I love in this grand space. If you are a follower of my blog, then you know how much I love crocks and I just added this one on top of a rustic galvanized bucket turned upside down. I also thought it needed a bow.

Crock on a steel upside down bucket with the words fall spelled out in wooden blocks.

Let’s move on into my decorated dining room.

Table setting with gold deer and a gold pumpkin on the plates.

I found these brass deer at a flea market a few months ago. Then I added some glittery pumpkins I bought at Michael’s and the rest of my details are pretty rustic.

Brass and gold deer on the dining room table.

I used my nice china but my glasses are just thick water goblets.

Gold mini pumpkins on a white plate for the fall table setting.

My chicken wire basket is used for fresh rolls and then I added some berry garland that I got from Michael’s wrapped it all along the edge.

Wire basket filled with bread on the table.

Oh, another deer!

Silver spoon and knife on the table.

Let’s move on over to my neutral living room. You probably want to have a seat now that you’ve eaten so much.

Fireplace mantel with pea wreath hanging on it.

I added book pages to my big mirror. I was inspired by Lucy over at Craftberry Bush and her beautiful mantels. She’s so creative!

Mini pumpkins on the white fireplace mantel.

I made this Seasonal Burlap Frame and added a toile pumpkin to it. Super easy!

Fall branches and pumpkins on the white mantel.

I added some branches from my backyard again to either side of the mantel in a clear vase.

I shopped my house and added old books and some more glittery pumpkins. Rustic and glam. Love it!

Framed pumpkin neutral pictures on the mantel.

My favorite part of this mantel are those two architectural pieces from Southern Accents. I bought them from those awesome folks when I met them at Haven and I love the rustic feel they add to my mantel. Think I’ll keep them up all year round.

I also made these vintage pumpkins with Annie Sloan Chalk Paint!

White pumpkin and a white vase filled with wheat on the mantel.

Oh, there’s another split pea wreath I made!

Pea wreath on the black fireplace cover.

Here is my mantel without the branches or the objects by the hearth for a more simpler decor.

White, black and neutral fireplace mantel for fall.

I can’t decide which one I like better.

Antique books on the mantel with gold pumpkins on top of them.

Would you like some coffee or tea? Come into our kitchen eating area!

Wooden table in eating area with pumpkins on it.

Did you notice my chalkboard? I keep seeing ‘It’s Fall Y’all’ and since I’m from Canada I thought I’d add an ‘eh’ instead.

Some beautiful white pumpkins fit under a cloche on a silver tray.

It's fall eh written on the chalkboard in the kitchen settee.

I added those branches to my front foyer when you were enjoying your hot coffee in my kitchen.

I switched things up in my foyer again…I’m tricky like that 😉

Large white vase filled with branches and leaves in foyer.

I’m so glad you stopped by! Be sure to check out my friends’ tours below.

Fall tour poster.

Be sure to go check out all the other Fall Homes on this tour!

Monday, September 23

Nellie Bellie
The Rustic Pig
French Country Cottage
House of Hawthornes
Town and Country Living

Tuesday, September 24

Mom 4 Real
Our Southern Home
Stone Gable
Fox Hollow Cottage
So Much Better With Age – that’s me!

Wednesday, September 25

Marty”s Musings
A Button Tufted Life
AKA Design
Decor Adventures
Confessions of a Plate Addict

Thursday, September 26

Worthing Court
Everyday Home
Back Porch Musings
Inspirations for Moms
House on the Way

Friday, September 27

Setting for Four
My Uncommon Slice of Suburbia
Imparting Grace
At Home with the Barkers

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  1. Beautiful, beautiful! Yes, it’s fall, eh? You’ve done a great job of dressing your home for the season. And you’re so smart to bring some maple leaves inside. I’ve only been to Canada in the Autumn one time (New Brunswick), but the sight of the maple trees in all their Fall glory was not something I’ll soon forget!

    Thank you for the tour!

  2. You got me at the front entry hall. Your decor is soft and pretty and I like it a lot. Love the upside down wash tub and the crock and the chalkboard. I’m from New Brunswick. Canadian eh? Pamela

  3. Wonderful tour, Jamie! I love all of the fall touches that you added throughout your home. And I love the Canadian chalkboard too – made me giggle because I knew just what you meant. I live in the land of y’all and wondered what everyone else says. Eh? Thank you for allowing us into your lovely home!

    1. Thanks so much for your visit, Suzy! Well, we actually don’t all say ‘eh’ but we don’t say y’all. I do love how it rhymes with fall though! Glad you liked it 😉

  4. So many precious fall details: I especially love your tablescape with the glittery pumpkins and gold deer! In fact, I’ll be over for tea-time! #wishful thinking

    Once again, I LOVE YOUR HOUSE! You are a home decor goddess, Jamie. And I’m just proud to know ya!

    1. Oh, I love tea parties! I wish we lived closer so we could have tea together…with the deer of course 😉 You are way too kind!!!

    1. Yes, the winters suck! I love fall but luckily we live in Vancouver where it barely snows. But there is a lot of rain. Hope you’re someplace sunny! Thanks for stopping by 😉

  5. I completely cracked up at your adapted “It’s fall eh” sign. That is hilarious!! You have a beautiful home and you did such a great job giving a tour. I’m so glad I stopped by from Work it Wednesday (#148 Easy Fall Decor for 6 Dollars) Have a great night, Jamie!

  6. Hello, Jamie! Thanks so much for the home tour! Your split pea wreaths are pretty and rustic – great combination. Love all the whites and naturals, too. Chuckling about your “It’s Fall, Eh” sign – too cute!! Catherine (newest follower of your blogging adventures!) : )

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