I’m really happy to share a little Fall Home Tour with you today. I’ve been working away adding lots of pumpkins and natural elements, candles and cozy throws. So grab a coffee and come in and have a peek.
Just inside the front door this year, I’ve added a few cozy touches like this pretty throw -a great garage sale find this summer. I’ve also strung lots of wooden beads and added them here and there for some pretty texture.
Our main floor is very open concept, the first room is the dining room.
I think my very favourite fall decoration this year is this new wooden dough bowl filled with faux pumpkins. The bowl was my big purchase at a recent antique fair, and the pumpkins are from the dollar store, painted in soft grey, beige and cream with craft paints.
I’ve put up another fun fall gallery wall in the dining room.
I found this great arrow garland at the craft store one day, and love how it looks hanging in the deer antlers.
Another fav. addition is this gold wreath. I made it with the directions from Vintage Revival, it was quite easy and quick to put together. It’s made of cocktail straws and wire, after it was all put together I spray painted it gold -what would a home tour be without a little spray paint, lol.
Looking back towards the door is my little bar cart, all set up for fall.
I made a little “Cheers” message with some fun cork letters. I love the little leaf patterned paper straws for fall, mixed in with some pretty gold ones, and lots of beautiful vintage glasses.
And on the other side of the dining room , is the console table.
The little message on the type writer: “Dear Fall, I missed you. Welcome back.” I think fall truly is my favourite season of the year. Sunshiny days, not too hot, pretty leaves, cool nights, and pumpkin pie.
From the dining room, it’s into the living room.
I love this little white chippy table at the bottom of the stairs. Simple and pretty.
The littlest pumpkin is another faux one that I painted, I added the herringbone pattern with a gold marker, I love easy diy.
In the living room, it’s feeling warm and cozy for fall.
Just a few recipes out, contemplating Thanksgiving dinner.
A few scented candles have the room smelling like fall too.
Here’s a little sneak peek of my geometric pumpkin. Stay tuned for a tutorial. The copper pumpkins are echoing the mantel.
What’s prettier than copper and white pumpkins?
And into the kitchen, our simple harvest table with the fun oversized modern light is dressed up for fall too.
The chalkboard announces autumn.
You can see how I made the stitched paper leaf garland here, and the felted acorns are a new addition.
On the table some black wire pumpkins, rustic wood cake stands, and simple pinecones dipped in white paint.
That’s the main floor, should we head down to the family room in the basement.
This is a favourite spot for movie watching, especially as the nights get cooler.
I’ve added a few touches of traditional orange down here.
The fireplace is so nice on a chilly night. I’ve kept the mantel really simple this year. My favourite part is the pine cone garland.
I used a few more of them on the table, in the pretty enamel ware tray.
And now I’ve got one more room to share, our master bedroom, with a few pretty fall touches, upstairs we go.
I’ve added in few more cozy pillows –see how easy to make they were here, and a pretty plaid throw.
My husband and youngest daughter have just started the Little House on the Prairie series, which makes for perfect bedtime reading.
I’ve added my Fall Subway Art, a project from a few years ago. I love it up here.
And what could be more perfect than a little reading and cup of tea on a fall day.
Thanks so much for coming by, with you here for a fall home tour, life really is a party!