Well, it has been a crazy week, and I thought I would top it off with something really great! How about some neutral fall decor in my fall home tour! I tell you, I am so thrilled to be part of this home tour blog hop. If you are visiting from Sand Dollar Lane, welcome!
Welcome to my fall home tour! This tour is particularly special, since I am doing this home tour with an incredibly talented group of bloggers. I mean, I am floored by all the amazing home tours thus far in the week!
I think each fall, I try to simplify everything. Cut out all the doodads and accessories and keep it simple. This year was really no different. I am also thrilled to announce that Kirklands was kind enough to sponsor all the bloggers in this bloghop to snatch up a few of their awesome decor pieces to add to our home. And guess what? They are doing a $1500 DOLLAR GIFT CARD GIVEAWAY! You can enter at the bottom of the tour….but don’t go there yet! You have to see all the neutral fall decor I have been working so hard on!
This is officially Part 1 of my home tour, and I will be showing a little bit more in a week or 2, mainly because I have some remodeling going on in my kitchen and dining room, so I did not include them in my tour today.
Ready for my Neutral Fall Decor Home Tour?
So, lets start at the entry. Welcome! I am so glad you are here. Right now, I am keeping my fall porch decor simple, my focus being those amazing burgundy mums! I decided to add my corn stalk wreath to the front door. Its such a great focal point!
My entry is always a head scratcher. Mainly because I want to set it up like an entire room, but I have to treat it like what it is…an entry.
I mean, my vintage church pew….could it get any better? It is one of my most favorite features, and I love to accessorize it.
But I couldn’t resist adding that one darling pink pumpkin. What do you think of the silo painting above? I found that at Kirklands as well! I love farmhouse paintings and love silos…marry the two and its a complete success. The colors are perfect in my neutral fall decor.
I love my little pumpkins all nestled into the blanket. Its kind of where i would like to be right now.
The other side of my entry serves as a place to hang jackets and sweaters and any other fun decor I choose. And what about that Magnolia Wreath from Kirklands? I love it!
Leaving my entry, you come into my front hall. I also kept this pretty simple.
I found these chairs at a little antique store in Heber City, Utah. Their aged patina spoke to me, and said “take me home”.
I am so thankful for all that I have this year. My family is healthy, things in our home are somewhat calm, and life just seems to be doing pretty good right now! I doubled these chairs up similar to a set of antique theater chairs. I love this little Thankful sign that I got at Kirklands. It looks pretty cozy nestled in my handmade tobacco leaf basket.
The headboards that you are seeing littered around my home are from an 100 year old handmade daybed that my great grandfather built. I feel incredibly lucky to have it, and since I have been fearful that my kids would ruin the daybed, I took it down and decided to use them in my home decor. What do you think?
I love the quaking aspen limbs from a tree in my yard. They are just beginning to turn, with a slight yellow tinge to them.
I spy with my little eye a little(big) pup. This boy just would not leave me alone while I was photographing my space. I think he has FOMO. I mean, it was a pretty exciting day!
Now I have to say…this whole neutral fall decor was inspired by this ONE pillow.
This plaid baby had all the right colors, and all the right moves. Texture was the priority in my family room. I needed texture!
I am obsessed with this sheepskin throw. The color in on point and it is oh so soft. See what I mean? Texture baby. I was also inspired by a few of my new paintings. There are two paintings in my family room that I created this past week, and I just fell in love with the colors. This one is a painting of an LDS Temple (Cedar City to be exact for all those locals!).
More texture and interest was added with a crate full of fall goodness including wheat grass, aspen leaves, acorn twigs, and some large faux acorns from Kirklands.
I was inspired to use books as a big feature in this room. They were used under my painting as a way to ground the space.
They are a great way to bring texture to a space.
The books were such a hit that I added them to my mantel as well, I used them to give my new barn painting a boost.
Aren’t those twine pumpkins adorable? Another Kirkland piece.
I couldn’t leave my fiddle leaf fig out of the action. I call her Sheila. Sheila gets to hang out here for a while, where it is still nice and warm. That is, until we start building fires. Which will happen soon so she will probably end up in my bathroom.
Books, antlers, aspen leaves, baby apples and farmhouse pitchers round out my neutral fall mantel.
And that round out my fall home tour with neutral fall decor! I am so glad you stopped by! If you want to see more amazing home tours, check out The Everyday Home. She is next on the list! But before you go, make sure to save it for later!
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I really am so grateful you stopped by. I hope you have a great fall and that you are able to do all that you want!
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