So many fall home tours, so little time. My inbox has been flooded with fall tours this week and I’ve seen so many pretty homes! I’ve rounded up some of my favorites plus a tasty recipe, a DIY, a peek into a restored Washington farmhouse, and more. Let me know which of my favorites you like the best.
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Be still, my vintage-loving heart! This vintage collection of bottles and art supplies has me swooning. It belongs to an antiques dealer in Washington and her restored farmhouse is full of goodies like this. See the entire dreamy house here. Photo by Victoria Pearson.
I’ve seen thousands of fall tours this week, haven’t you? Well, maybe not thousands but definitely dozens. After a while they all look alike so when something stands out I really appreciate it. Like this gorgeous fall dining room setting over at Home Stories A to Z. Beth has done a beautiful job and it looks stunning against that dreamy brick wall. Go here to see the tour of her home. You’ll be glad you did!
Isn’t this creative? Julie wanted to keep things fresh for fall and added soft colored pumpkins to her fireplace. I love this idea and her brick fireplace. To tour her fall home go here.
Aaahhh, the smell of oranges and cinnamon gets me every time. And Patti at Garden Matters is sharing a tutorial for making this pretty dried orange garland. Get the how-to here.
One of the easiest and most affordable ways to add artwork is with printables, and this one from Live Laugh Rowe is perfect for fall. Download your free copy plus get 35 more fall printables here.
Holy smokes, doesn’t this look yummy? And it’s super easy to make. Michael at Inspired by Charm shares his easy recipe here.
woohoo! You can now get authentic Fixer Upper style Magnolia Home decor items without having to go all the way to Waco. If you’re a fan of their signature look you can find this vintage style wooden crate plus dozens more items including her new line of rugs here.
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And last but not least, here’s a preview of our fall living room fireplace. I added a new rustic cedar mantel shelf and then shopped the house for our fall decor and really like the look. See it all plus mantels from 5 other home decor bloggers on Monday as we kick off our 2016 Fall Ideas tour. You’ll find tons of inspiration and ideas for your home. Check back Monday morning or subscribe to updates here so you don’t miss any of these wonderful ideas.
What are you inspired by this week?
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