My fall home tour is filled with beautiful simple yet stunning fall home decor ideas!
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.
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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.
I decorated my foyer just for you too. I knew you’d be coming 😉
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.
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.
Let’s move on into my decorated dining room.
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.
I used my nice china but my glasses are just thick water goblets.
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.
Oh, another deer!
Let’s move on over to my neutral living room. You probably want to have a seat now that you’ve eaten so much.
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!
I made this Seasonal Burlap Frame and added a toile pumpkin to it. Super easy!
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!
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!
Oh, there’s another split pea wreath I made!
Here is my mantel without the branches or the objects by the hearth for a more simpler decor.
I can’t decide which one I like better.
Would you like some coffee or tea? Come into our kitchen eating area!
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.
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 😉
I’m so glad you stopped by! Be sure to check out my friends’ tours below.
Be sure to go check out all the other Fall Homes on this tour!
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