Welcome to my Fall home tour, and if you have come over from Fox Hollow Cottage, hello! I am so excited to be participating in the Autumn’s in the Air blog hop with eleven of my very favorite bloggers. Each of us is featuring some of our favorite things for Fall. Some are doing tablescapes, some are doing a room or two, and some a full home tour. I think you will see some very beautiful and inspiring spaces as these girls are good!
Last year I did very neutral fall decor with white mums, lots of white pumpkins, and almost no color. And although I love a neutral fall look, this year I wanted to do something more traditional…. but not too traditional! I’m not a big fan of bright oranges, but I did find myself gravitating toward the subtle fall colors of muted oranges, faded yellows, browns, and greens so that’s what I wanted to showcase this year. I used a lot of natural decor while still hopefully having it feel cozy and warm.
|My front porch this year. When I found these mums at Lowe’s a couple of weeks ago, it just set the tone for the whole season. The olive Bucket is a vintage find and the lantern is a Home Goods find from a few years ago.|
|My dining table with an array of pumpkins, fallen leaves from my yard, and some eucalyptus. Wood candle holders are from Pier One Imports and the burlap runner I purchased on Etsy.|
|These pillows were a new find. Loving the yellow/citrine color for Fall! The urn is a French antique and the pillows are from Home Goods.|
|Another of my “foraging” finds! I got these leaves on a hike near my house and just loved the colors.|
|I added some muted orange flowers in the family room for a pop of color. I love that they bring out the muted orange in the pillows.|
|The pitcher is vintage, cake stands are old, and the coppery pumpkin is from a local boutique.|
|Wheat shafts were from the grocery store a few years ago, the runner is from World Market, and the dough bowl is antique.|
Peeking Thru the Sunflowers
Between Naps on the Porch
Peonies and Orange Blossoms
Savvy Southern Style
From My Front Porch to Yours