Welcome to my Fall decor home tour, I hope you enjoy the festive view and find inspiration for your own fall decorating. I think we'll start in the dining room since that's where we started our last home tour. I thought about doing the house in all blue, white & ivory decor but the orange had such a nice pop that it won the debate.
So last year Robin, Isaac & I had a smashing pumpkins party and guess what? This spring Robin & Isaac had an abundance of tiny little pumpkin plants, Isaac really wanted to take them out but we persuaded him to keep them and now we have a harvest of pumpkins! I am pretty happy about it, I think that's the reason orange won for my fall decor color choice.
Who loves an old wood pedestal bowl! I do! I also love a great centerpiece, it seems to bring everything together. And what says fall better than some antlers, dried stems and feathers.
Remember how much I love pedestal bowls, they always fancy up anywhere they are, I put mini pumpkins in this one and the lantern turned out pretty cute with the black-eyed susans and stonecrop inside. The pineapple statue I got at a yard sale a few years ago, a pineapple is supposed to be a symbol of welcome and I love for everyone who comes over to feel welcome in our home.
Our kitchen, dining room and living room are all one big room so it all has to have a nice flow but still separate areas, it's always fun to decorate and the neutral palette is perfect, I can quick change just a few items for the season without changing everything.
Whenever possible I like to have fresh flowers in the house out of our gardens, these are lovely little asters with some more mini pumpkins.
I highly recommend terrariums, they always look so fresh and lively. These guys sit at the bar top and I always have something pretty and green to look at, not to mention they're the easiest plants I have.
Here is a closeup of the wreath, I wanted you to see the color of it, no matter what colors I have going on around here it always fits in somewhere. I also wanted to show off Miss Rosemary, she has been with me for over a year now and still looking and smelling gorgeous.
This is my new favorite little corner of the house, I got this pretty little chest at an adorable little shop downtown named Rosy Tomorrows, and the Harvest sign is brand new in our shop @www.etsy.com/shop/saltedwordscompany.
Our console all dressed up with some pumpkins and a cozy sweater pumpkin.
I absolutely love this wreath, I made it from a grapevine wreath and a large bouquet of assorted eucalyptus and I attached with floral wire, three things & voila! a beautiful great smelling welcome wreath!
The Hubs is a hunter so he has several sets of antlers, he keeps telling me I can't have them but I do love them so, I just can't get enough.
Robin was very kind to me and made me these pretty orange pillows, I am a lover of pillows, our whole family tells me all the time there are way to many haha, but they're a great way to soften and add some color to the visual
The living room centerpiece has all sorts of goodies, several different candles, a princess pumpkin, don't you love it! and some fresh cut branches all sitting on a mirror for extra glow- fabulous.
This is our bedroom, I didn't do much in here for fall but Robin also made me these little cuties (more pillows) to bring in some orange and the two darling little twig wreaths & of course fresh cut flowers. If all I had to decorate with were fresh cut flowers and pillows I would be a happy girl!
The grand kid's playroom, I had to dress this room up a tiny bit, The grand kids love it all festive and I love them soooo much, I love to make them happy =]
So That's about all for this tour, Robin's house tour is coming soon so make sure you stop back by to check it out, I think you will love her house
I hope you have enjoyed our fall tour. Please stop back and visit often, we are working on lots of new things to add to our blog for your inspirational viewing pleasure =]
God's blessings and much love to you!