I am so happy to be sharing my Fall Home Tour with you today as part of Kelly’s Eclectically Fall Home Tour (The tour starts there if you want to start at the beginning)! Good Housekeeping will be featuring our home tours all week, so you can pop over there for more Fall decor inspiration!
If you are coming over from Lucy’s lovely blog, Craftberry Bush, welcome! I am so glad to have you here! Wasn’t her tour stunning!? She has so much talent!
Oh my goodness, this has been an eventful week! I am officially over 36 weeks along with our sweet boy and he has been threatening to come all week! I feel like there were so many things that I wanted to do before this tour that just didn’t get finished while I tried to keep him cooking a little longer, but I hope you enjoy what I do have to share today!
I had the fun adding Fall touches to my kitchen with hydrangeas from my garden mixed with pumpkins from both my garden and a local farm. I love having things I can go pick and use from my yard, so we work hard in our yard every summer. My kids are at such a fun age that they love helping, especially at this time of year where they get to harvest every day!
Can you believe it has been a whole year since we built our kitchen shelves? We use them every single day- more than we use our pantry and I LOVE them. They are so convenient. You can see the tutorial HERE.
I added little vases here and there with my hydrangeas. There is something about their color combination mixed with pumpkins that I just love. These apple cider doughnuts I picked up at a local bakery smell absolutely delicious too. Fall smells are one of my very favorite things in the whole world!
I also love homemade wassail, and that glorious scent.
I have finally started displaying my little cutting board collection. I stole the best one from my mom and had a few already. I am still on the hunt for a few more, but that is kind of fun isn’t it? I like having something to hunt for.
I think the warm colors of Fall food are so beautiful- the reds, golds, greens, and burnt oranges.
I attached a couple of my tags to my fun Cinderella pumpkin. You can print yours for free HERE.
Here is what they look like on smaller pumpkins and there are a lot to choose from:
I also love the leaves as they begin to change. There really isn’t much I don’t like about the Fall.
For my dining table, I used the DIY rustic candle holder (tutorial HERE) with, you guessed it, more hydrangeas, leaves and pumpkins. Is it possible to have a crush on pumpkins? I think I do. My secret little dream is to have a big fun pumpkin patch someday with all kinds of beautiful pumpkins.
It is probably not very smart to burn candles around dried leaves like this, so if you do be sure to keep a close eye on them or use fake ones!
I added cozy blankets and pops of Fall here and there. I think there is nothing I love more than to snuggle up with my babies on cold days and I am so excited to have another little one here in the next couple of weeks. There is nothing better than having a new baby all through the holidays.
I was going to share a fun Fall chalkboard in my entryway, but this mama needed to take it easy. I will try to share that in the next few days. I am so happy to have you here for my little Fall home tour. I always feel so honored that you take time to stop by!
The next stop on the tour is Alice’s beautiful home. She is so talented and her photography is just breathtaking!
Thank you again for stopping by! I will be sharing more in the next couple of weeks, including some fun vintage Halloween decor (and my Halloween tree!!), so I hope to see you back here!
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