Yep, you read the title right! I’m back with another Fall Home Tour. Last week I shared an entertaining-inspired home tour. (Check that out here in case you missed it.) This week, I’m back to give you a look at some of the spaces I didn’t show you then.
As I’ve done in years past, for this tour I’m joining Laura of Finding Home Farms for the Finding Home Fall Tour. Laura hosts this tour each fall. I enjoy being a part of it because she does such a beautiful job. (I’m also a big fan of her candles and maple syrup, so that doesn’t hurt either.) This year we’re doing things a bit differently. Instead of having the tour spread out over a week, all the bloggers involved are posting today. That means, there’s no waiting to check out all of the homes. Everything is live and ready to go.
To help you follow along, I’ve linked up all 12 bloggers at the end of this post. Be sure to check out all of tours as each shows a unique way to celebrate the season.
Okay, I think that takes care of the introductory details, now on with the tour!
Let’s start off in the living room.
I went gaga for pumpkins this year. Whether they were real, faux, ceramic, fabric, wood, copper, or glass, I just couldn’t get enough.
That’s where I found inspiration for my mantel. Various shades, styles, and sizes came together in an electric mix.
To bring in a pop of color, I crafted a “Happy Fall Y’all” banner. I like my decor to have a quirky, personal touch. This definitely did the trick. I’ll be showing you how to make it very soon.
Since I couldn’t get away from shades of orange, copper, and pink this year, I kept that color palette going with flowers and a new throw and pillow on the couch.
Swapping out different throws and pillows is a great way to add some cozy style for the fall season. Knitted quilts, flannels, tweed, and even faux furs are great options.
Over in the office area, I decided to set my table for a luncheon. This table usually functions as a work / office table rather than an additional dining table, but I figured what the heck.
Again, lots of pumpkins fill the space. This time, however, I’m putting them to work. These white pumpkin cocoettes from Staub are among my favorite fall pieces. They are totally unexpected and a super fun way to dine. Remember last year when I made Sweet Potato Sheperd’s Pie in the mini cocoettes?
Now let’s go to the entryway. It’s looking the same (as you might note from the fall tour last week) except for the addition of some new blooms.
I also updated one of my frames with a new print from Lindsay Letters. Cause, you know I can’t get enough of Lindsay’s work or pumpkin spice. It was the perfect combination.
In the dining room, I cleared the table and went with something simple down the middle. Of course, I had to keep those rose gold pumpkins since so many of you loved them. (Trust me, I get it. I love them, too.)
Since every dining room needs a bar cart, mine is ready for the season. Who want’s a caramel apple martini? They are my absolute favorite this time of year.
Beyond that exterior door is a little porch. I was so pleased with the way that space came together that I just had to share it again.
After swapping out the pillows and tucking in a few mums, this outdoor room has a completely new look.
With the fall refresh and cooler weather, I’ve noticed myself hanging out there a lot more often this past week.
Back inside in the kitchen, not much has changed since my previous tour. (Get a closer look into my fall kitchen and to get the details on that “Fat Pants” print, click HERE.) However, I have been scouting copper accents to include in this space.
Because of the existing silver hardware, I’ve stuck to mostly silver and stainless in the space. However, I’m getting a bit more adventurous and trying to mix metals. My dream kitchen includes lots of copper, so I figured why not start collecting it now.
If you’d like to see more of my kitchen and find out why the countertops are pink, then check out this post here.
I decided to not show you around the upstairs because not much has changed since the summer. However, if you’re new to the blog and want to have a look around, you can click here to check out my upstairs.
I also did a separated mini-tour for my deck. I love the way the space turned out. Click HERE if you’d like to look around that space and get my tips for decorating a seasonal outdoor space.
And that my friends is a wrap on another home tour.
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Thank you so much for joining me for another Fall Home Tour. Be sure to continue with the festive fun by checking out all of the other bloggers below. Have a beautiful autumn!
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