Welcome to my Fall home tour 2015!
Welcome to everyone coming over from the Lilypad Cottage
as a part of the Eclectically Fall home tour 2015!
I am so happy to have you here!
Come on in past my boho pumpkin topiary
You can leave your shoes on the pumpkin rug!
This year, I’ve decided to keep my Fall decor clean and simple. Lately,I’ve noticed my vintage style taking on more modern elements. But, I do love to mix it up , old and new!
Let’s start in the living room.
I have a very rectangular space, so a friend and I played with the furniture layout for a while, and we ended up moving the sitting area to the from the far end of the room closer to the front door.
I actually really like this set up, it makes the room look huge.
I always get asked about my rug, It’s from Target, and they still have them. Even though I love the color and pattern,I haven’t been thrilled with how it wears.
I added Navy to my color palette this year. It seems very different than last year.
When my colors were much warmer. It’s amazing how a few accessories can make a huge difference!
I also used some natural elements from my yard for decorating.
My pumpkins aren’t ripe yet, but I have baby maple trees coming up in all kinds of unexpected places!
And I have a Contorted Filbert tree that keeps trying to send up straight shoots. Those are perfect green vase fillers!
I also plucked a few blooms from my mums in the yard. They are nice and full this year.
This is the hand-painted chair that I just recovered. I like taking risks in my decor and experimenting.
In the kitchen, I also kept it simple.
I added a sunflower from my yard.
I love the tubular skylights we added last year, they really brighten up the space!
Our kitchen is 11 x 11, so the added light makes it seem much bigger.
Our dining area is just off the kitchen.
I love mixing and matching patterns and colors. It makes it seem so cheerful.I bought the Fiddle leaf fig last year at Home Depot. It really loves the bright diffuse light. It is doing so well I realize I can never. Ever. Move it.
This is our only table so I like to keep our centerpiece easy to move. This is a rope wreath from Michaels, with a faux pumpkin on top on a big plate. I just pick up the entire thing and shift it at mealtimes.
This vintage dresser is our workhorse. It holds everything from batteries to craft paper.I love having the extra storage.
I added a few more mums in zinc cups behind the pumpkin artwork. Which you can find in my Society 6 shop.
as a print or a pillow.
Also, this week The Art of Home starts, a 4 week online e-course all about nesting and creating an artisan home!
Thank you so much again for stopping by!Head onto the next house tomorrow for more Fall goodness! Happy Autumn!