Welcome to my Bright and Cheery Fall Home Tour! Find some inspiration to decorate your home for the fall season!
My home tour is 1 of 24 Canadian Fall Home Tours hosted by Christina of The DIY Mommy and Shannon of AKA Design! I hope you can take a moment to visit all of these beautiful and cozy fall homes and get inspired! You can find all the links at the bottom of this post.
Today is my day to share, and I’m so excited to share my fall home with you! I love this time of year…fall is the perfect reason to make a cozy home…with fall colours, cozy blankets, seasonal pillows, pumpkins and more! So grab your pumpkin spice latte and come take a tour with me! Happy Fall Y’all!
Welcome to my home! We start my home tour on my Harvest Themed Fall Front Porch, which I shared in full last week on the blog. I kept things very classic out here with mums, herbs from my summer garden, grasses, pumpkins, sunflowers…all the elements that surround us here in fall. With the addition of twinkly lights, it feels like a little fall garden party out here. Now let’s go inside…
On to my favourite space…my living room. Next to the kitchen, the living room is the hub of our home. It’s the first space you see when you enter my home, so I thought it was a good place to start. When I decorate in here I really try to keep things practical. I like practical and pretty.
We use this space everyday, so it has to be functional. The easiest way for me to do this is to change out simple elements with each season. I added some pumpkins to my Neutral Fall Mantel (which I shared here last week), and they tie in perfectly with all of my colourful seasonal pillows and blankets.
I really love blues, greys and orange paired together, and it’s a good thing since so many of my every day accent pieces are blue and grey. I think these colours work really well together.
Let’s sit and have tea…just push aside one of the dozen pillows I have on my couch and make room. One can’t have too many pillows can they? No.
One of my most favourite finds this fall is this pillow I made with CanvasPop! This is actually a photo that I took and shared on Instagram last year! You can take any photo and have it put onto a pillow…how fun is that?! All I had to do was upload my photo and in a few days I had a pillow. Just think of the pillow possibilities! I think it’s really neat to have pieces of your own art in your home. Love love love. I should also mention that they are durable too…I had to wash one of the covers after my dog put her dirty paws all over it…I threw it in the washer and it came out good as new.
I can’t not share a picture of Molly in my home tour…this pup is my shadow and follows me around constantly. I have to retake photos all the time because she’s always flying in and out of my shots. At least this time I caught her chillin. She approves of all the pillows on my couch 😉
Now on to my kitchen and eating nook. With the open floor plan on my main level, I like to try to decorate the whole space so it all flows together. It just feels nice.
I always love to decorate with natural elements as much as I can…especially in a working kitchen. Swiss chard is doing double duty as a bouquet, while it waits to be turned into dinner!
Fruit bowls are loaded up with fruit ready to be eaten. Functional and gorgeous.
I made a new fall berry wreath for my front door this year, but didn’t want my fiery leaf wreath from last year to sit in the storage room, so I decided to hang it inside on our patio door. I love it here. It adds the perfect pop of colour. Doesn’t it look so nice with the aqua and yellow?
Cheery and so pretty.
As you can see I’ve been adding a lot of colour into our home…the nice thing is that somehow it all seems to match…or at least I think it does 😉 #ALLTHECOLOUR
Here’s my kitchen…I don’t change too much in here. I like to add seasonal tea towels and put squash out on display…that spaghetti squash is also going to be dinner next week.
I still use these glass containers for all my most used ingredients. They look pretty all filled up, and they’re convenient…there’s me being practical again. I also started collecting wooden cutting boards and I used to store them in a cupboard, but I thought it was a shame not to have them out where I could appreciate them. So I decided to layer my favourites behind these jars and I love how it looks.
And what’s a fall kitchen home tour without something to eat?! Have a Monster Cookie…they’re delicious.
So that wraps up my fall home tour, I hope you enjoyed it! When I share my home with you, it is in hopes that you may find inspiration to create a cozy home for you and your family. If you are looking for more ideas for your own home, I hope you can take some time to check out these beautiful fall home tours that are part of this Canadian Bloggers Home Tour! It’s so fun to see how everyone decorates their home…there are so many styles, you’re sure to find something you love! Another great way is to follow the hashtag #CBHomeTour on Instagram!
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If you’re wondering where you can find some of the pieces in my home tour, here are the sources. Some are affiliate links that help me make a small commission. Thank you for supporting my blog!
Coffee Table, IKEA // End Tables, Wayfair // Plaid Blanket, Chapters // Couch, IKEA // Pillows CanvasPop, Craftberry Bush and IKEA // Braided Rug, Wayfair // Feather Mug, Chapters // Macrame Hanging, Outside the Shape // Lamps, Homesense
Turquoise Cabinet, Wayfair // Colourful Braided Rug, Wayfair // Fall Tea Towels, Chapters // Cutting Boards, Chapters // Glass Storage Jars, Wayfair // Kitchen Table, IKEA
Now Let’s Go On A Canadian Bloggers Home Tour:
Amidst the Chaos
Love Create Celebrate
So Much Better With Age
The Learner Observer
Woman in Real Life
Life is a Party
Clean and Scentsible
Satori Design for Living
The Happy Housie
The Sweetest Digs
The DIY Mommy
Home To Heather
A Pretty Life
Kim Power Style
PMQ for two
The Creek Line House
Sustain My Craft Habit
northern style exposure
Happy Fall Friends!