Earlier this week I shared Part I of our fall home tour, and today I’m back to share a few more room in our home all dressed up for fall! I’ve teamed up with a group of five other talented bloggers to show how I welcome fall into our home. If you’re stopping in from my friend Jen’s blog at Decor Gold Designs, welcome!
I’m likely in the minority that I don’t welcome fall with eager arms. It’s not that I don’t like fall, it’s just that I’m never ready for summer to be over! In the past, I would force myself to decorate with traditional fall decor in hopes that I would be excited for the coming season. But I think that made me dread fall even more. So, over the last year or two, I’ve learned that if I keep my fall decor to a minimum and stick with my traditional blues, greens and neutrals, I actually embrace the season so much more! Now, welcoming fall for me means adding texture and warmth in our textiles and blankets and bringing some of the remaining greenery from outside to the indoors!
A few weeks ago, I shared our office makeover reveal and to be honest, not much has changed in the space. We are loving how the room turned out and it’s been easy to update for fall with fresh hydrangea clippings on a weekly basis!
I also updated our powder bathroom on our main floor earlier this year. We four types of oak trees around our yard, so I simply clipped a few branches to add to various room in our house. They add a subtle fall touch to the room and I just can’t get enough of it!
I mentioned yesterday that I finally bought a new duvet cover for our master bedroom. I desperately need to paint in here (both the walls and the ceiling) so I’m hoping to do that this fall or early winter! I’d also love to find a new bench for the end of our bed. I used some pillows I had on hand to freshen up the linens for fall to go with the new duvet cover. And I’m loving the look!
Be sure to check out the rest of our fall home tour, which includes our entryway, living room, kitchen and dining room!
Thank you so much for stopping by my tour! The next stop on the tour is Yvonne from StoneGable. Her home is stunning and filled with neutrals with a touch of glam! I’m especially loving her gorgeous living room with all those windows!
You can stop by all of the other gorgeous homes on the tour by visiting the links below:
I’ll be back tomorrow with a mini-room makeover and DIY project that I can’t wait to share with you!
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