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Time for a Fall Home Tour

I have shared a Fall tablescape, my mantel and my front porch, but now it is time for a Fall Home Tour!  It has been so exciting to have my house for over a year now, so  I am falling into a routine as far as decorating for the holidays and the seasons.  We had friends over on Friday evening and they thought I had added the extra leaves on the steps for atmosphere, alas, the Sycamore trees drop so many leaves at this time of year that I can’t keep up with them.

A Fall Front Porch with natural leaf garlandsMy front steps are stacked with faux pumpkins and two big galvanized tubs overflowing with mixed Fall florals.  The leaf garlands were a new DIY this year.  It was very easy to thread leaves onto yarn.  Here is where you can see more of my Fall Front Porch.  The bounty of the harvest, Fall florals and leaves welcome you to this low country style homeA cornucopia adorns this Fall wreath with the fruits of the harvest tumbling out of the cornucopia and flowing around the grapevine wreath.You can see more and the tutorial for making a Cornucopia Fall Wreath at my post.  A White pumpkin adorns a tiered basket of snacks in the kitchen at this Fall Home TourWe have had a lot of guests this Fall and Winter should be no different with friends and family looking for a break from the cold and snow up North.  I have gotten in the habit of keeping this tiered basket full of snacks on the kitchen counter so that guests might help themselves to a snack when they might like.
A white pumpkin is nestled on Fall leaves to add a punch of Autumn color to the kitchen.It only seemed fitting to top my baskets with a white pumpkin with pretty Fall leaves tucked beneath it.White pumpkins and cotton boll garlands tumble along the kitchen counter atop a slate board.Next to my coffee maker I clustered some real white pumpkins mixed with some tiny faux ones and tucked a cotton boll garland around them.

A pale blue milk paint armoire supports a pretty oval Fall wreath for a touch of Autumn decor in the bedroom.

In the master bedroom is this lovely armoire that I painted a few months ago.  The transformation was fantastic from an outdated black armoire with this pretty blue milk paint.

An oval grapevine wreath is decorated with cotton bolls, Fall leaves and pumpkins.

This seemed like the perfect place to add a touch of Fall to the bedroom and this oval wreath was the perfect choice.  I put this together with some Fall picks and leaves.

A Fall Home Tour shows off all of the pretty touches of Fall decor in this classic Coastal style home.Oval seems to be my favorite for wreaths this year, at least for my indoor decorations.  I think the narrow shape is a little more delicate.  I know this wreath looks similar, but this is another one I put together to hang on this arched mirror in our family room.  Fall floral picks and Fall leaf candle rings add a touch of Autumn to a pair of candlestick lampsThis antique table from my grandparents sits in front of the tall mirror and holds a pair of candlestick lights.  I simply took a pair of Fall leaf candle rings from Hobby Lobby, clipped them so I could place them around the the base of the lamps.  I added a couple of Fall floral picks to the candle rings for an extra touch of Autumn.  A classically decorated home opens its doors for this Fall Home Tour The mirror is reflecting not just the wreath and decor on the table, but also the mantel which is all dressed for Fall.A mantel is decorated with the bounty of the harvest and pretty golden antlers This mantel is crazy long, but it makes for a showy centerpiece in the family room loaded with magnolia garlands, pumpkins, gourds and golden antlers.  I mixed in cotton boll garlands and picks along with some other Fall picks to make a bountiful display display.  A Fall mantel decorated in gold and brown.Adding Fall picks to a garland gives this mantel a lovely fullness Don't forget the hearth when decorating your mantel for Fall.Along with the long mantel is a wide hearth, so I had to add some decoration to break up the massive size of it, too.  This bushel basket is overflowing with Fall florals, pumpkins, gourds, leaves and berries.Golden Fall tablescape with a centerpiece of pumpkins and golden antlers. A Fall tablescape in gold and brown inspired by these Pottery Barn salad plates.Of course it wouldn’t be a complete Fall home tour of my house without a peek at one of my pretty tables, all decked out in brown and gold for Fall.  Please stop by my Golden Autumn Tablescape to see all of the lovely details of this table.  I hope you enjoyed looking around my home for Fall!  I hope you come back and see what I do for Christmas!  The wheels are turning!  I am ready to start planning for the big holiday season!

I will be sharing this at the following link parties:  Waste Not Wednesday  | Your Inspired Designs  | The Creative Circle | Feathered Nest FridayHome Sweet Home | Creative Spark  | Sweet Inspiration   |  Flaunt It Friday  | Saturday Sparks |Bouquet of Talent  | Snickerdoodle Create Bake Make  | Show and Share The Scoop | Amaze Me Monday  |Turn It Up Tuesday  |Project Inspired

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Chloe is the creator of Celebrate & Decorate. Chloe is passionate about having a comfortable and well designed home - she also loves to entertain family and friends. Learn more about Chloe. Follow Chloe: Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Google+, YouTube

24 Comments

  1. Beautiful Chloe. I love the “extra” leaves on the porch. Mother Nature picks up where we left off. You have a beautiful home. Besides loving the wreath, I love the lidded box on the chest as well. A nice touch.

  2. Hi Chloe, thanks so much for leaving me a sweet comment on my blog Little Brags. Your tour is gorgeous, can I come for Thanksgiving dinner now since the table is all set?

  3. Your home is beautiful and your fall decor is amazing; from your entry to your lovely tablescape!
    Thanks so much for sharing at AMAZE ME MONDAY!
    Blessings,
    Cindy

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