Can you believe it’s fall already? Where did the year go? Today I’m taking a break from health and wellness articles to share with you the annual fall tour of our homestead. Grab a cup of coffee or hot cocoa and sit back and relax and enjoy!
This is my favorite time of year, maybe because the color of my hair matches the leaves?
Maybe it’s wearing sweaters and jeans and boots.
Maybe it’s sitting outside and listening to the crackling of the fire pit.
Maybe it’s the cool, crisp temperatures.
Or maybe it’s the pumpkin spice everything.
But I’m ready. And I’m psyched! Are you as excited about this time of year as I am?
Well, regardless, I hope you enjoy today’s tour!
Outdoors Fall Tour
We keep the front of the house relatively the same year to year. White pumpkins, yellow mums, a scarecrow, some hay bales, and corn stalks.
I am in love with this old truck! Hubby and I found it on one of our antique runs and I try to create a seasonal theme around it every year. For fall, of course, it’s Junkin Pumpkins.
Fall temperatures in the DC Metro area are often warm and mild. Perfect for dining al fresco!
Back to the front door. How gorgeous is this wreath from Daisy Mae Belle? Her wreaths are not only better quality than what you would find at some of the big-name stores, but they are also more affordable. I have several of hers and they last forever!
I’m so thrilled at how our 1930’s Adirondack Chair restorations turned out. The fall colors really make a cute outdoors vignette. The pillow is from Pottery Barn and the blanket/scarf from Jane.
And of course, it wouldn’t be fall without snuggling under a blanket watching the crackling fire.
Indoors Fall Decor
We keep it pretty simple inside as well. A few strategically placed vignettes here and there. This one is in the garden window by the sink.
If you have seen these shirt or sweater pumpkins and would like to know how to make them, I share the DIY HERE.
I love blue and orange together. What about you?
This last vignette is on our mantle. We used a vintage 1940’s framed Post magazine and books from the WW1 era.
Well, that concludes the grand tour. I hope you enjoyed it and are even more inspired and ready for fall! Happy decorating!
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Love the vignette on your mantel. The poster picture from the old magazine is just lovely and is a real memory maker. Love using books anywhere! I like that old truck too that you show in the beginning of the post.
Great fall decorating ideas. I particularly like the idea of acorns in jars.