It’s hard to believe it’s already time for fall tours! I’m likely in the minority, but I’m still a bit in denial that summer is coming to an end, so decorating for this year’s fall tour was a bit tough. But, I’ve teamed up with Marty from A Stroll Thru Life and a group of wonderful bloggers to share the first part of my fall home tour with you today! Hopefully you all can leave these tours feeling a bit more inspired for fall. If you’re stopping in from Clean & Scentsible, welcome! I love Jenn’s farmhouse vibe and her dining room tour was so beautiful!
Today I’m sharing my entryway, living room, kitchen and dining room. You can also visit Part II of my fall home tour to see even more spaces!
Welcome to our home! I recently made some updates to our entryway (you can read all about them here). Because it all still feels so new to me, I swapped out the former palmetto palm branch for a simple topiary I recently picked up in Minnesota. I’m still loving our new coral-like mirror in the space. It reflects so much light into this otherwise dark corner!
Because fall is a tough one for me, I’m all about subtle touches of warmth throughout to welcome the season. I recently shared some of my favorite ways to add fall touches, and I’ve already made a slight tweak since that time. I swapped out the warm caramel velvet pillows for a chartreuse version. The swap made me feel like it was still acceptable to love summer but to slowly move into fall 😉 I may pull the caramel versions back out in October when it really feels like we’re deep into fall. One thing I just can’t get enough of this fall is anything olive related. My husband and I made our fourth trip to Italy this past spring, and I always come home with a deeper love for the country and the culture. And the olive leaves remind me so much of Italy! My new Blue Pumpkins canvas and Thankful canvas from Lindsay Letters are definitely the stars in our living room this year!
You’ll probably believe me a about the olive obsession now when you see our dining room. I added two more olive topiaries here, along with another of the olive wreaths. This washed navy blue velvet table runner is the perfect addition to make our otherwise beachy/summery dining room feel just a bit more fall-like. I also love how much wider it is than traditional table runners. Lastly, these linen napkins are my new favorite, and look so much more expensive than they actually are! I loved them so much I picked them up in the natural color I used here, as well as the indigo blue version (which has a slight green undertone).
The next stop on the tour is Laura from Decor to Adore. Be sure to check out her gorgeous home all dressed up for fall. Then, be sure to stop by all the other tours this week. You can see them all below. Thank you so much for stopping by!
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