Hi everyone! I’m so excited to be sharing my fall home tour with you today! For this year’s Warm and Cozy Fall Home Tour, I’m joining 15 bloggers to bring you some wonderful fall decorating inspiration.
For last year’s fall home tour, I focused mostly on neutrals for my decor, which is what I did this year as well. But with a little twist. 😉
This year I really wanted to add some rich, fall color – but the bright oranges and deep rusts aren’t really my style. So I looked at nature and let that be my guide. The fruits and flowers of the season, with their warm and cozy colors of greens, muted burgundies, and dusty pinks is what inspired me. Think apples, pomegranates, and artichokes. And you know that faded color of a fall hydrangea? That is one of my favorite fall things and the exact colors I wanted to include!
So welcome to this year’s edition of the Autumn’s in the Air Fall Home Tour, with a warm and cozy vibe….
A mix of white and green pumpkins, as well as faded orange fairytale ones, are layered on the porch. I also put some little baby white pumpkins in a lantern. The wreaths on the door are new. I fell in love with their autumn-y colors!
I loved the color of this mum with it’s faded look and I plopped it in a vintage olive basket that I had.
In the kitchen…
My kitchen is decorated with mostly greens, florals, and fruits.
I combined baby white pumpkins and apples from our tree, along with pomegranates on top of a cake stand. Another small white pumpkin is featured under a cloche. As some of you know, I adore cloches! I just love the way they elevate anything – even the most mundane items – to something special!
The greens are both seeded and silver dollar eucalyptus in a vintage French enamelware pitcher that I just got on my trip to France! I’m in love!
I love to change up the decor on top of my range mantel and this year, I moved an old oil painting into this spot. I love the fall colors and the warmth it brings to the room. White ironstone pitchers, both new and reproduction, also hang out there.
One thing I do love about fall is the warm colors. It’s such a nice change from all the cool blues and greens of spring and summer. I changed out the silver candlesticks that usually sit here for this brass pair. The plaid flannel runner is a fun take on the season. Love the greys mixed with the fall tones – so pretty!
On the kitchen table, a vintage wood cutting board holds my old cast iron scale, and I already had the old mustard jars there as well. For the season, I simply added the baby boos in the scale and the cute little pumpkin tureen.
My favorite antique French urn filled with more white pumpkins in the entry way.
And in the dining room, an old white chippy vintage bowl filled with dried artichokes.
The coffee table holds a vintage demijohn with more eucalyptus, along with a green pumpkin and my favorite cute little acorn I got last year at Home Goods!
This Pottery Barn urn is filled with a mix of warm and cozy fall florals. I mixed white hydrangeas (my fav!), both eucalyptus’, and a few super market flowers as well as the hydrangeas from my yard that were changing color. I absolutely love the muted colors and how it says “fall” without using the traditional oranges and reds!
If you follow me over on Instagram, you know that the candleholder above is an old one that I recently chalk painted. It was kind of a blue grey and had never really worked in this room but now it’s so much better! Oh, the miracle of paint!!
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Thanks so much for stopping by! And I hope you’ll come by again tomorrow as the other eight bloggers will go live Friday morning! Also, if you want to see last year’s Autumn’s in the Air Fall Tour, you can find that here.