Fall Home Tour
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I am so happy to be joining in this Fall Home Tour, hosted by Andrea of Design Morsels. Andrea has organized this group of wonderful bloggers. We have all begun styling our homes for fall and are ready to share for your inspiration!
Of course the seasonal kitchen towels have come out. Do you bring out holiday or seasonal towels and then insist that no one uses them? No? Am I the only one? Did you see this burlap bag I styled for fall? I really thought this would be a decoration on a door, but when I put it down on my kitchen island, I knew I had found the perfect spot for this to sit.Seasonal decor keeps under control in the kitchen by corralling it all on my tiered tray.
This year faux apples, pumpkins and gourds are joined by this happy little fox. I got my little fox at Target last year, but I found this one for you. Do you decorate your kitchen for the holidays or the seasons? A cutting board set upon the island with seasonal cheese knives is at the ready for unexpected guests. Add some cheese and accompaniments and open the wine!Even my little salt cellar on a column in the kitchen gets the fall treatment tucked full of colorful maple leaves.
The Family Room:
Come on in and gather in the the family room. Of course the fall pillows have come out. Even though we don’t need a cozy blanket in Florida, fall means comfy blankets and throws in pretty warm colors.
Even though a few coastal accents still have a spot in the fire box, the mantel is draped in rich fall leaves, fruits and flowers.
The Tavern Room:
The sideboard in my tavern room has gone to fall with my little red truck filled with pumpkins, all ready to deliver to anxious families ready to get them carved for Halloween. This reminds me of our “Great Pumpkin Hunts” we did as a family when our children were small. Fall always meant a ride out into the Ohio countryside and down toward Amish country. We were on a search for ‘the great pumpkin’. My husband insisted that we always had to have a giant pumpkin, so off we went! The galvanized watering can next to my truck was a little decoupage project. Look for those seasonal napkins and decoupage something to add some autumn decor to your home.
I recently styled this Late Summer Tablescape in the Tavern Room which is a nice nod to the coming fall season.
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