I am so happy to be part of the Festive Fall Home Tour with a wonderful group of talented bloggers.
Are you ready for fall?
Fall officially begins this week and it is slowly making its way into my home. Autumn blooms, textured blankets, and unique gourds are beginning to appear.
Starting in the family room, a mini pumpkin garland adds a subtle touch of fall to our mantel.
Pillow covers are such an easy and inexpensive way to change up decor. Last year I had purchased a couple of pillow covers from Craftberry Bush. Lucy from Craftberry Bush is such a talented artist and I enjoy having a little bit of her beautiful artwork in my home.
The texture of this homemade afghan, along with a houndstooth print pumpkin from Home Goods, and a pumpkin basket add a little bit of fall to our hallway.
Another pillow cover and some natural elements add a bit of seasonal color in the living room.
Pinecones and a few seasonal stems add a touch of autumn to this tray of spheres.
It sits in front of one of my favorite Dear Lillie chalkboard prints.
My dining room has only a few touches of autumn. Right now it is the place where I am assembling some goodies to send to my college boy. Doesn’t everyone love to receive a care package?
In front of my DIY Sign That Almost Wasn’t sit more elements of nature. I love the unique details.
It all sits in front of my Re-purposed Shutters Wall Art from last summer. These shutters are still one of my favorite projects!
The soft, muted colors of the hydrangeas drying on the dining room table make me smile.
I recently shared how to dry hydrangeas.
These pumpkin bars with cream cheese frosting are one of my family’s favorite seasonal treats.
Don’t miss my recipe for Perfect Pumpkin Bars!
Along with all of the colors and textures, I like to bring the scent of fall into my home with this easy DIY simmerpot recipe.
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