Fall Home Tour

Hey guys! I’m so excited to be participating in the Eclectically Fall tour with 15 other fab bloggers! It all kicks off over at Eclectically Vintage so be sure to head over there to start the tour. Trust me you don’t want to miss Kelly’s gorgeous home (her kitchen especially – swoon).

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If you are coming over from Stone Gable welcome! Isn’t Yvonne’s home amazing?

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I’m keeping it simple this year by bringing the outside in and I’ve got a few cute things from World Market in the mix too.

Fall Entry Decor

I love this little metal key rack from there, it is perfectly dressed up with some apples and late summer flowers.  It fits in perfect with my vintage cocktail hour bell, er dinner bell… :)

Fall Entry Decor

Fall Entry Decor

Fall Entry Decor

Right from the entry we head into the kitchen…where I’m whipping up some freshly baked pies!

Fall Kitchen Decor

Or just pretending to, while I burn an apple spice candle and enjoy my cute fresh baked pie sign.

Fall Kitchen Decor

Love my little marble stand too.

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Ok this may be my favorite tip, do you love this wall print? Well, I’ll let you in on a secret – it’s a tea towel! I just framed it in an old frame I hand on hand.  Such an easy and inexpensive way to change decor for the seasons.

Fall Kitchen Decor

Fall Kitchen Decor

A few painted pumpkins, some pretty wild flowers, and apples fresh from the trees next door, kept my fall decor easy this year.

Dining Room Fall Decor

Oh and this cute Autumn printable.

Dining Room Fall Decor

This flower vase is perfect for no brainer flower arrangements. I just snipped these from the backyard.

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When I throw a dinner party I’m more of a buffet/fend for yourself kind of hostess, so why not go easy with my tablescape too?  I just tossed everything on the table like I normally would, done!

PS whenever I post photos of my dining area I get a flurry of emails asking where my dining set is from; I bought it at World Market a few years ago and still love it, they have such cool furniture pieces.

Fall Tablescape

What is it about yellow and blue together that feel so happy?

Fall Tablescape

Fall Tablescape

Fall Tablescape

Fall Tablescape

Here you can get a sneak peek of the sunroom we have been building all summer, it’s soooo close to being done. I can practically taste my first cup of cozy morning coffee in there.

Fall Home Tour

These candle holders look so pretty lit up with candles in the evening, but they also make cool vases.  I popped some mason jars in them and cut some beach grass from the backyard.

Fall Home Tour

Speaking of backyards, I trekked in the woods for hours with my kids on the hunt for some fall foliage, but the trees in Michigan just weren’t cooperating. Green leaves as far as the eye could see.

Fall Home Tour

So imagine my mantel with pretty fall foliage branches sticking out of these baskets, although I kinda dig the bright green with the apples since I’m not entirely ready to let go of summer yet.

Fall Mantel

Fall Home Tour

Fall Home Tour

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Be sure to head over to Jen’s house over at  City Farmhouse to continue the tour! You can also follow along on our Eclectically Fall Pinterest Board here.

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Here’s the rundown on the goodies I got from World Market and be sure to check out their new line Desert Caravan Collection.

Wire key rack, marble pedestal, pie sign, salt and pepper shakers, tea towel, chalkboard arrow, striped towels, candle holders, antlers, flower bud vase.

Disclosure: World Market provided products for this post, but all honest opinions are my own.

Comments

  1. says

    Oh I have to know where you got the sign in your kitchen “Fresh Baked Pies Served Daily”. My mom is an avid apple pie maker/baker. She just did 150 pies from the apples in our orchard. I need to find this for her. Thank you!!

  2. Marijean says

    Gorgeous as usual Kelly. I have a drop leaf table exactly like yours, although my has a darker finish to it. Not using it right now, as the spot I had it in is now taken up by a dog crate, ugh ! hope I can get it back out in the future.

  3. says

    Kelly your home is always stunning but it was so fun to see how you incorporated fall touches into your decor! You truly enhanced everything with the perfect hints of fall and yet kept that same ‘coastal’ feel. Gorgeous!!

  4. says

    Kelly, I’d love to live in your home!!! It just breathes simple beauty! I’m so partial to your lovely, soft and organic take on fall! That FRESH BAKED PIE sign is adorable!!!! So fun paryting with you!

  5. Brenda V says

    Hi Kelly,
    Absolutely love your style! Have a question for you about your mason jar chandeliers. Did you make them yourself or buy them? If so would you mind sharing where? Thanks!

  6. says

    Where did you get the print that’s hanging above your metal key rack? It is so cute. Your entire home is beautiful! Love your white kitchen.
    Maliha @ themiddlesisterproject

  7. Marsha says

    Love love your home! Where did you get the cute little jars with spoons on your marble pedestal in the kitchen? So cute :)

  8. Tamela says

    I love the your wall color, could you please share with us the color name and the brand of paint you used, thanks so much:)

  9. Alyssa says

    I love love LOVE your style! Where did you get the round basket that is on your kitchen counter. My friend pinned it and I want to surprise her for Christmas with it! Thanks so much!
    Alyssa

  10. MySuburbanCountryCottage says

    I am new to the blog world and discovered yours. I love Fall and your blog is very inspirational. Thank you for sharing!

    • says

      Not sure the name of it but it came on big sheets, I’m sure if you take a photo into a tile shop they can find you something similar!

  11. says

    Hi! Your home is so beautiful! I’m thinking about using a couple of wicker chairs in my living room. I have one teen daughter that loves the idea and is looking forward to curling up in one. My other daughter thinks it’s a terrible idea and won’t be comfortable at all. What do think? Are they comfortable enough for a living room with a regular couch? Thanks so much for the input!

    • says

      Ok I will say these aren’t the most comfortable of chairs, but they are adorable. They are definitely great for 30 minutes but I definitely wouldn’t want to curl up with a book. Hope that helps!

  12. Catherine says

    Stunning! Love all the very natural and lovely fall touches and the white pumpkins. Your dining set is very similar to ours, two-toned French look. We got a lovely oak table off of Craig’s List, it had a strange top of parquet wood topped with tons of layers of poly coating. Seemed like a plastic covering! My sweet husband sanded through all those layers, then we stained the natural wood top deep brown, then painted the rest of the table cream, weathered and antiqued it. Turned out so beautiful. I love that you DIY so much in your home!

  13. says

    Hi! I was wanting to know where you purchased the grey stone around the fireplace, I really love it. In the process of creating a new fireplace and it would be perfect.
    Thank you,
    Lara

    • says

      Hi Lara, I just picked it out at a local store and I don’t have a specific name for it. I bet if you took a pic to a local tile shop they could steer your right though!

  14. says

    I am seriously loving your drop leaf table as a sofa table! I would love to know where you got it or if you redid it to have that rustic look I would love to know what you did! Gorgeous!

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