#FabFallFest: Fall Home Tour 20169:19:00 AM
Hi Friends! It's now officially fall and I am so glad to have joined up with my amazing #FabFallFest cohosts to bring to you the Fab Fall Fest home tours. 8 bloggers and 8 awesome home tours! So without further adieu I welcome you into our home:
My living room recently underwent a change which included a new paint color, which we are really happy with, however, we haven't really decided what direction we are going with decor wise, so my living room area is a hodge-podge of sorts, but I still feel like it's cozy.
My original plan was to go simple and neutral with my decor, but that changed really quickly! Fall is my FAV so it was hard for me not to succumb to the traditional fall colors that embody the season! Creams, browns, oranges and black with some pops of yellow in the form of fresh flowers are with this tour is made of. I really hope you enjoy! This post contains affiliate links for your convenience. Should you click on them and make a purchase, I will receive a small commission at no cost to you.
|>You may remember my Easy Pine Cone Wall Hanging tutorial from this post.|
We bought our home in the fall, so I tend to think my feelings towards decorating are definitely influenced by that excitement and nostalgia of that time and being a first time homeowner.
|>Here you see one of my favorite fall blanket scarves tucked into the basket, click here to see where you can get this exact one for cheap!|
|>Here I show you how to create these cute lil inexpensive arrangements, with some simple tips|
We don't do a lot of formal entertaining, however, in our next place a formal dining room is definitely on my "must-have" list! I dream of the day that I can host a large family holiday.
|>Similar sign can be found here|
A small gathering of pumpkins, a candle, an inexpensive vase of flowers and a glass owl complete the island decor.
This pumpkin floral arrangement was picked up at the thrift store for $4.99, it was filled with tons and tons and tons of "STUFF" of every fall color imaginable! I took it apart and only reserved the sunflowers, then added some real sticks and some Dollar Tree picks in natural colors to tone the arrangement down - - - all of that took me less than 10 minutes, and I love the result.