Joyful Fall Tour
Welcome! Thank you for stopping by my fall home tour. I’m thrilled and honored to join 11 other talented bloggers on this years Joyful Fall Home Tour.
If you’re new here, I love sharing ideas on how to make you’re home meaningful. I love a DIY project-big or small and hopefully inspire you with new ideas on how to make your home meaningful for you and your family. If you’re a long time friend here-thank you so much for your continued support.
When I start each season I love thinking of ways to make our home feel festive and inviting. I like layering in subtle changes with natural elements, pillows, and accents, and really embrace the season at hand.
I like to have a cohesive flow from room to room in the main areas of the house, so when I’m planning out my seasonal decor I start by think of the colors I want to add in and then stick to those choices through out when selecting my seasonal decor.
This year I went with a non-traditional color palate of navy, deep purple, and then sprinkling in white and green pumpkins. I’ve found if you start with a plan before purchasing seasonal items, you save time and money.
I love these faux purple leaves, I stuck them in my most recent DIY, which you can find HERE. The white color block conceals the base of the faux stems, so you can’t see that I rolled up the stems to shorten the height.
I love changing these shelves, at the end of my kitchen island, each season. I found this fun basket with leather handles at Michaels. And I changed up my frame with a free printable from Kreative K, go here to print your own.
Years ago I got a pumpkin shaped muffin tin from William Sonoma and it’s become a tradition that my family looks forward to. I typically get the pumpkin muffin mix from Trader Joe’s and add in some dark chocolate chunks. They are delicious and seem extra special when they’re pumpkin shaped.
Right off the kitchen is our family room. Truly the hub and heart of our home. I have a love of pillows and this huge sectional is a perfect place to pile them on. The two pillows above were both-no sew, semi DIY. Next week I’ll share all the details on how to make your own.
I love the look of white pumpkins, and as you’ve seen I have sprinkled them through out our house. However most white pumpkins are actually off white and tend to yellow as the weeks go by. So I use Krylons flat white spray paint and spray them with a few light coats. Before I spray I use blue painters tape to cover the stems. It keeps them perfectly white all season long.
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Thank you for coming over to see the fall touches I added this year. Now you’ll want to pop over to my friends homes and see the inspiring ways they’ve added fall to their beautiful homes.