I’m excited to share a little fall home tour with you today. Welcome! Grab a cup of coffee or tea, and come on in.
I’ve been enjoying my succulent planters so much, I didn’t want to change them, so I just added a bunch of white pumpkins to the front door to add a little fall.
At our front door, we have this little console table. The suitcases were found at antique fairs and garage sales this summer. Love the touch of vintage they add.
I’ve kept most of the fall decor on the main floor quite neutral, but I couldn’t help myself from adding just a few fall colours, like these gorgeous maple leaves. Such a simple touch, but so much impact.
Just inside the door there’s a little spot that changes from time to time. Recently I got this beautiful chair from Stuctube, and set it here when I came in the door. I didn’t plan on leaving it there, but thought it looked great, so it got a few pumpkins added to it for fall and has stayed.
Our house is very open concept on the main floor, and you walk into the dinning room.
I’ve used my milk glass collection in here this fall, and I love it. I’ve been trying to stop myself from buying more, but I came across a few great pieces this summer while thrifting and so the collection continues to grow.
To make the milk glass work for fall, I’ve added lots of natural bits and pieces, all in neutrals and whites.
On the dining room table I used this chevron table runner -it’s become a favourite see how I made it here, and layered on lots more milk glass and candles.
There’s also a few book page leaves added in.
So simple, but so pretty.
With just a few acorns, leaves, and pine cones added in.
The dining room then leads into the living room. I’ve kept it neutral and cozy in here this year.
In the corner, is the fireplace.
I love how the mantel turned out this year, you can read more about it here.
On the other side of the room is the couch and a shelf that I’ve decorated for fall with white and black enamelware.
The shelf holds toys in the baskets, and lots of cookbooks and magazines, but I always try and leave a few shelves clear for some decor.
This summer I’ve kept my eye open for white and black enamelware, and the more I find, the more I love it.
So simple and so pretty. The more I buy white, of anything, the more I love it.
Finally, in the kitchen, the table is sporting a few little fall touches too.
My girls love lighting the candles when we’re having dinner.
Just outside our kitchen, through the sliding doors, we have a back deck. This year I decided to decorate it for fall, and I’m loving looking out on it each day. Here’s a little sneak peek of the back deck with more to come.
Thanks for joining me for my little fall home tour. With friends like you to come for a visit, life really is a party!