Step inside for a farmhouse fall home tour. Cozy textures and soft colors keep our home neutral and natural this autumn.
I’ve teamed up with 25 of my favorite bloggers, and Kirkland’s, to bring you all the autumn inspiration you’ll need in your home this season.
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In my farmhouse fall home tour, I kept everything simple and neutral.
The Dining Room
I kept the colors soft and cozy. Pastel pumpkins, neutral dishes and natural textures make the space warm and inviting.
I mixed in antiques and wood tones.
These gray clay mugs look uneven and handmade. I love the texture they add.
I found the crocheted doilies a few weeks ago at an antique shop. They are perfect for the fall dining room table setting. Anything made of yarn adds a touch of cozy in the cooler months.
The Natural Trim Ivory Pillows from Kirklands in the window seat have a textured knit detail that make them feel warm and cozy.
Jute and wicker are favorite natural fibers of mine in any season, but they feel especially appropriate in the fall.
Antique ironstone plates bring a little detail to the walls, without without adding clutter.
I added cinnamon sticks and star anise to the place settings. What says fall like autumn spices? Plus, these two are just so pretty. When I saw them in the bulk spices at my local produce stand, I knew I would incorporate them somehow!
The chair in the corner was a recent thrift shop find. You can read all about how I transformed it HERE.
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The Family Room
Our family area and dining area are actually in one big room. The large natural fiber rugs help to define them as two distinct rooms. I also use the couch to separate them.
I recently sold my slipcovered love seat and replaced it with two wingback chairs. You can read how I made the slipcovers HERE. The window is no longer blocked by furniture. Hallelujah for unhindered natural light!
On the built ins, I brought in some antique crocks I picked up recently at the thrift shop. My motto for my fall home tour this year is clearly texture, texture, texture!
Clay, wicker, jute, knit, canvas…
I love these boxwood topiaries I found at Kirkland’s. They add in just the right amount of color to my neutral family room.
A few white baby boo pumpkins look pretty in my wood tray from Kirkland’s. They add a little autumn to the built ins.
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Next up on the blog hop is my friend Sarah from Flat Creek Farmhouse. Head on over to see her beautiful home all ready for fall!
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