Hello! Welcome to my very first fall home tour. I can’t say I have EVER decorated for fall this early. The blistering heat here in Arizona really puts a damper on the fall feeling. However, I am kind of loving turning the air down low and staring at my pretty pumpkins pretending that it feels like autumn. Here is a look at my home all fallified!
I had to sneak in a little Halloween and will probably add a little more once we hit October, which is only a few days away! Crazy!
I have a love hate relationship with this front living room. At times it feels like wasted space because we really hardly ever use it, but on the other hand it’s nice to have a room that is normally fairly clean to entertain the occasional surprise visitor. Anyone else experience this?!
One of these days I will get some curtains on my sad windows 🙁
My sisters, mom, and I made a few of these fabric pumpkins with REAL pumpkin stems last year. They are so fun! I want one in every color and pattern! I’m hoping to snag a few more stems this year. This is one of the crafts we will be bringing to Queen Bee Craft Night in California!
After digging through my garage for my fall/Halloween bins, I realized I have WAY more Halloween than fall! So I had to get creative while trying to stick to a budget. I love the subtle fall look and mainly stuck to fall elements you would find in nature with a few pops of orange. My favorite fall elements are real pumpkins. I just love how each one is so different and has it’s own imperfections. They are full of character! I am currently on the search for some fun fairy-tale pumpkins.
I’m loving this little vignette as well. I originally saw these birch like candles in Jenna’s house and had to have some! Luckily home goods had a couple left. The “blessed” sign is another one of the crafts we will be bringing to Queen Bee. It’s the perfect size to nuzzle into any vignette and is so neutral it could stay up all year!
A fur throw, fall greenery, a couple pumpkins, and some feathers welcome fall in the buffalo check hallway. Okay, so we are nowhere near needing coats and scarves here in Arizona but it looks cute, right?
I’ve had fun incorporating some feathers into this seasons decor. They are a simple and inexpensive way to add some some fall charm to any space.
I kept the family room pretty simple, a few fun pumpkins and greenery. I love this antique bread pan I found at a salvage yard (which is an entire blog post on it’s own). It looks pretty dreamy stuffed with my white pumpkins!
I can’t get enough of these faux olive baskets from Target. They are seriously perfect for everything and make anything stuffed inside them look like a million bucks, if only I could find some clothes that did the same thing haha but really…..
In the kitchen we added a fall acorn wreath to do the pantry door and a few more, yes…pumpkins!