Welcome! ¬†I am so excited you are here for our fourth annual Finding Fall Home Tour. ¬†This year, we have mixed it up a bit and we are not going to make you wait all week to see all the homes. ¬†Today, all 12 amazing bloggers will be sharing their homes all decked out for fall. ¬†Each of the links are below, but first, I wanted to share our home
Welcome to our front foyer!
I have looking for exactly this dresser for the front hall for about a year and I finally found it this summer in New Hampshire and I love it! ¬†I am no longer loving the wall color and the mirror though, but like they say, it is all a work in process.
I added some pumpkins and flowers (weeds!) from our yard and a pretty printable that I will be sharing more details (and colors) on Wednesday. ¬†It is just the fall spruce up that area needed and I love when I walk by it.
If the truth is told, a lot of our house is being taken over by products for the business. ¬†You won't be seeing a pretty dining room this year as it is becoming our shipping and receiving room. ¬†Soon enough we will be able to look back on this time and laugh, but right now, not so much. ¬† For my sanity, it is important for me to keep the foyer, family and kitchen area pulled together and work free. ¬†This little fall spruce is just what I needed.
I have had a tendency in the past to trash the house while decorating for the seasons. ¬†This time, I turned on some music, stayed really focused and organized and cleaned as I went. ¬†I even put everything that I took out or didn't use away before I let myself take one picture. ¬†I am so much happier that the process wasn't chaos. ¬†Actually, it started from when I went through our fall stuff. ¬†I went into the garage attic, despite the ludicrous heat, and sorted through and only took out what I thought I was going to use and brought it into the house in bags. ¬†It simplifies setting up (and taking down!) for the holidays. ¬†With our schedule so busy, I didn't want decorating for the seasons to become stressful. ¬†Fall season without stress - check! ¬†Let's see how Christmas goes!
I have gone back and forth on fall color schemes but I always find my way back to the traditional warm colors of fall. ¬†Despite my best attempts, I really am a traditional girl. ¬† In the family room I changed out our pillows which makes a huge difference and took out the greenery of summer and replaced it with some colorful foliage and of course some pumpkins.
I almost always start with our mantel. ¬†I had a completely different plan before I got started, but then decided it was too Halloween focused and I wasn't ready to go there yet. ¬†I gave myself a challenge and set a timer for 30 minutes with the intent of being done in that timeframe. ¬†I left the chalkboard up there from the summer and I am finding that I really do just leaving it there and then I got started.
I am loving the border on the chalkboard. ¬†I simply drew the circles with a candle cap and then used a ruler to draw the edges. ¬†I didn't want it perfect and it came out as I had hoped. ¬†I added the wreath I have had for several years with a thumbtack on the frame and then built around it.
I knew I wanted to temper the darker colors of fall with my favorite color - galvanized and I love how they work together.
There is not a fire in there yet - but I look forward to quiet nights in our family room.
Keeping things simple from there, I just added a few touches through the rest of the space.
Our girls eat a lot of apples, so I put them right out where they wouldn't be forgotten about.
This vintage tray has been so many places, but my favorite is right on our kitchen table.
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Thanks so much for joining me in my home and now it is time for the eleven other stops today. ¬†Please stop by and enjoy their homes as well! ¬†Seriously, can you believe this group?
At the Picket Fence
French Country Cottage
Four Generations One Roof
Inspired by Charm
Home Stories A to Z
Thank you so much for reading and
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