A fall home tour brimming with all the beautiful colors of autumn, and filled with several easy diy projects that will inspire your own home decor.
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Today I’m sharing a tour of our home all decked out for fall. You will see some of the recent projects I’ve shared here on the blog, and some from years past. This fall home tour is relaxed, and simple. And, it’s full of all those warm and cozy colors this season is known for. Starting at the front door color abounds with floral pumpkin wreaths, lots of pumpkins, Indian corn with purple husks, and a lush fall inspired planter.
Fall Home Tour
Since the planter and the wreaths were so colorful, I decided to keep the pumpkins and gourds on the neutral side.
On to the most popular room in the house. Our family room is the place where we gather with friends, watch TV, and pretty much spend the majority of our time. DIY projects of old, such as the felted dryer ball pumpkins, wooden pumpkins and dried orange garland are seen here on the mantel. New this year is a fun upcycled embroidery hoop wreath made from flannel shirts and painted birdhouse gourds.
Don’t you love the cozy feel the color brings to the room?
Homemade potpourri made with real apples, orange slices and cinnamon adds more warmth and a nice fragrance to the coffee table.
This is the time of year that we like to invite friends and family over for dinner. We always host Thanksgiving and usually a football party or two. This year a simple, but colorful, centerpiece adorns the dining table.
I really like this extra long hemstitch tablecloth that doesn’t wrinkle much and the neutral color works so well with anything you set on the table.
A fun plaid scarf in autumn colors is the base for this centerpiece.
Natural pumpkins, gourds, and branches of dogwood berries from the garden, complete the look.
The popcorn from last year’s table centerpiece was reused in smaller vases with candles for the buffet, with more gourds and a basket of fresh apples from a local farm.
Last but not least is the powder room. It’s the one place your guests can come and really look around. Make sure it looks good. I reused my felt flower wreath from last year here, and the recent project of melt and pour soap for scent and fall color.
I hope you enjoyed this year’s fall home tour, and that it inspires you to create a warm and inviting home of your own.