Hello sweet friends! I know it’s been a little while since I’ve posted here on the blog, and I apologize for that! Life has a way of passing by quite quickly! More on that later, but today, I’m excited to be here sharing part one of our fall home tour. I’m honored to be joining an amazing group of bloggers, all gathered together by Rachel from Maison de Pax.
If you’re visiting from Liz at Love Grows Wild, thank you so much for stopping by! Isn’t her home amazing? Goodness!
Because there are so many pictures, I decided to split my fall home tour into two parts! I have to admit, I thoroughly enjoyed decorating for fall this year. It took me a little bit to decide which direction I wanted to go, but just like always, the natural beauty of the outdoors won over my heart! I’ve also woven in a few helpful tips and tricks to creating that easy, cohesive vibe, so let’s take a peek, shall we?
The kitchen is easily where I spend most of my time. I love cooking baking and canning, and it seems these last few weeks I’ve spent plenty of time in here preserving everything from peach jam, peaches, pickles and green beans. I still have more to do, but I’ve enjoyed a small break!
To add fall into the kitchen and breakfast nook, I clipped a few branches from an Elm Tree. I know… an Elm Tree, right? But clipped branches are stunning no matter where they come from… bring those outdoor elements inside for an instant spark of life!
I also like to keep my color pattern consistent, which makes it easy to transition from room to room. It all flows so seamlessly together.
I honestly think this one of my favorite views in the house, which is why there’s so many pictures. I wish I could take a photo that does it justice, but these don’t even come close to how amazing the breakfast nook really is… or the view out that big window.
These shelves always make a great place to bring in seasonal decor. A few tree branches, wicker pumpkins and copper accents really make it feel like fall. I also like to mix and match different metal combinations… just be sure to keep a common thread among-st it all..
I love that the shelves make it easy to grab some of my favorite serving dishes. Doesn’t hurt that they look good too, right?
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- Kitchen Cabinets: Custom Cupboards. Stain color is Carrington.
- Kitchen Island
- Large Chalkboard
- White Step Stool- Thrift Store
- Wicker Basket- Thrift Store
- Pot Filler
- Glass Canisters
- Dutch Oven, in Dune
- Green Tea Kettle: Bed, Bath & Beyond
- Marble Cheese Board
- Shelving Unit: Hobby Lobby, several years ago
- White Pitchers: Kirklands, a few years ago
- White Dishes: Thrift Store
- Wicker Leaf: Hobby Lobby, a few years ago
- Wicker Pumpkins: Target, a few years ago
- Copper Tray: Kirklands, a few years ago
- Moscow Mule Mugs
- Copper Tea Kettle: Thrift Store Find
- Metal Cake Stand: Decor Steals, a few years ago
A simple jug of tree clippings and a bowl of apples is really all this room needs to feel like fall…
Apples are another great way to bring in that easy fall vibe! They not only look great in a simple bowl, but it makes an easy snack too!
But… I couldn’t just stop there. Since adding the darker low back chairs to the table, I really wanted to add in some darker pillows to the breakfast nook bench as well. I love the dark green velvet mixed with the black and white. It’s fresh, but warm and completely fall. (They were also crazy inexpensive!!)
- Stainless Steele Table- DIY by us
- End Chairs- American Furniture Warehouse (No Longer Available)
- Gray Chairs
- Light Fixture
- Wall Sconces
- Love Grows Best Sign
- Bamboo Blind
- Black & White Pillow
- Green Velvet Pillow
- Black Pillow
- White & Black Buffalo Check Pillows- Our Shop
- Wood Tray- DIY by us, similar tutorial here
- Glass Vase- Canning Jar
- White Bowl: Birch Lane, a few years ago
- Gold Candle Sticks- Thrift Store
And… now for a little peek at what’s coming next week with part two of the tour…
I can’t wait to show you the rest! I’m loving how cozy the house feels right now!
Next up on the tour is Lauren from Bless’er House. Her home is sure to be amazing… and to see more fall goodness, don’t forget to visit my other blogging friends who have shared their homes earlier this week!
Tomorrow I’ll be back sharing my fall table setting, so see you again soon! 🙂