I love fall! I think it shows off StoneGable the very best! There is just something wonderful and warm and cozy about our home in the fall! We are blessed to have lots trees that rain down saturated colors of gold, and scarlet, and coral and brown… and every hue in between. The tops of our red maples have already turned and the corn fields across the street have rows and row of tall flaxen corn that rustles like a taffeta ball gown when the wind dances through it! Most of our other trees will wait until October to show off their fall finery! But I’m not waiting to decorate! Here’s a little tour of StoneGable in the fall…
Let’s start at the front door! Welcome!!! To see an easy diy for making this WHITE PUMPKIN WREATH click HERE
I’m so thrilled to be partnering with 14 very talented bloggers as a part of…
If you have missed the Fall Tour on Monday and Tuesday… start at my friend Kelly at ECLECTICALLY VINTAGE. You will love the different way each blogger interprets fall in their homes… with a little help from WORLD MARKET!
I’m easing fall into my home… not dumping the whole hay wagon of fall decorations on it! Let’s accent our homes this year, not clutter them!
I paid special attention to my foyer this year.
The front of StoneGable is very open… you can see the living room in the picture above. The foyer is where I concentrated most of my decorating this fall.
Don’t you love the brambly look of bittersweet? I’ve tamed it… just a little… in a galvanized container!
Under the table more bittersweet is tucked into my black and white wellies!
An old wooden bowl holds signs of fall!
A chair is piled with comfy throws and an embroidered pumpkin pillow!
This year I’m using just a touch of soft burnt oranges! I’m not a huge fan of bright orange… at least not until the middle of October!
The living room has been “lightly” decorated for fall.
I tucked a few white pumpkins and pinecones into the mums on the coffee table.
A big white pumpkins sits in a circlet of Pee Gee hydrangeas. They were cut fresh and have dried to a soft creamy patina.
The dining room takes on a soft fall feel too!
Pumpkins, mini hay bales and corn, and more hydrangeas in the little greenhouse!
I just can’t get enough of white pumpkins!!!
To see my early fall farmhouse kitchen, click HERE
That’s all for now…I’ll have more fall home decor as early fall turns into October and November! StoneGable will get cozier and layered and filled with more signs of fall!
I hope I have inspired you to make fall decorating simple and enjoyable!
The next wonderful home you will want to visit on your ECLECTICALLY FALL HOME TOUR IS… LILYPAD COTTAGE. Please stop by and enjoy Kelly’s gorgeous lake-side home!!!!
And if you missed the home before mine please go visit VINTAGE WHITES
I have been compensated for this post, but the opinions in this post are completely mine.