Welcome to my 2017 Fall Home Tour! I’m so glad you are here today! Thanks so much to Marty of A Stroll Thru Life for organizing this week long tour of fall blogger homes. If you are here visiting from Jenna’s, Rain on a Tin Roof, welcome!
If you are new here, I just purchased this vintage sofa from Craigslist. I had to adjust my fall decor a bit to try to make this tobacco color velvet work with my mainly neutral decor! The sofa will be getting a makeover soon, but the color right now is kinda of perfect for fall!
I created a leaf gallery wall using amazing leaf photography that you can find HERE. I chose some of the leaves, printed them out on cardstock, and hung them on the wall behind the sofa with washi tape. I got this idea from an old issue of Country Living Magazine.
I found these candlesticks at one of my favorite local shops and just added some antique books to complete the look. I found the wood leaf garland at HomeGoods.
For fall, I used accessories with warmer, fall colors. Using accessories with a little fall color can really warm up a more neutral room.
The pillows shown here are from HomeGoods.
Elements like wood and brass lend themselves to the fall season.
I’ve been making quite a few trips to the farmer’s market gathering up pumpkins, gourds, etc., for my fall tours. I couldn’t resist these amazing sunflowers.
I am always tempted by all the fall decor in the stores, but I try to keep my purchases to a minimum and always think about how many seasons I may use something. I try not to buy trendy items. But, I do love these gold mercury glass pumpkins and just couldn’t resist them. I think mercury glass is pretty classic.
I continued the use of warm tones into the dining room and kitchen areas.
My vintage scale is loaded with fall leaves, white pumpkins, and golden pears. Those mini mercury glass pinecones light up! They are gorgeous at nighttime! Again, I found them at HomeGoods for about $7!
I painted the back inside walls of my corner cabinet black and love the new bold look – especially with my white dishes and pumpkins!
On my table I used a dark gray linen runner with varying sizes of tapers and a collection of fall leaves, baby boo pumpkins, Bosc pears, and gold painted faux pears.
This amazing tin Thankful sign was another find from one of my favorite local shops!
Do you see those little mini pears! I found them at the grocery store! They’re called Seckel Pears! They are super sweet and bite sized and are sometimes referred to as sugar pears!
Thanks so much for stopping by to see my 2017 fall home tour! I hope you had a chance to visit the other blogger homes on today’s tour! Up next is Z Design at Home.
The links are below for your convenience. Tomorrow’s first stop is Far Above Rubies.
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