Every once in a while I surprise myself.
If you read my DIY fall decor posts last month, you may recall that I’m not much of a fall decorator.
But, I do love my Halloween decorating.
So, when I was asked to be part of the Falliday Tour of Homes, I was a little intimidated. But, I said yes. And instead of stressing out over elaborate fall decor, I went for simple touches and shopped my home for decor.
And like I said, I surprised myself. Shockingly, I don’t think my fall decor turned out that bad. We’ll see what you think.
Without further ado, welcome to my Fall Home Tour!
Let’s start with the open shelving in my kitchen.
I have my “whiteware” displayed there and chose to add some simple mini orange pumpkins to pop against the white. I turned two pieces upside down to act as pedestals.
I filled the white urn on the top shelf with spray painted pine cones.
I strung the glittery fall garland I made from each end and left the ribbon hanging for a casual touch.
I have more whiteware on top of my liquor cabinet.
I did the same thing with it as on the open shelving. Simple pumpkins and golden pinecones.
I am still shocked at just how fabulous this Dollar Tree Pumpkin Upcycling project turned out.
And that arrow sign….
I die. I just love it. It came from this Etsy shop.
The entryway has more simple decorations of pumpkins and pine cones.
I love using candlestick holders to elevate pumpkins.
While the gold spray paint was still drying on the pine cones, I sprinkled them with glitter to give them a touch of glam.
And shockingly, I’ve done well at keeping my promise to switch up my chalkboard decor with the seasons.
Notice, though the chalkboard consists of an elementary pumpkin drawing and a word that contains four letters. My chalkboard writing skills have still not improved.
And last but not least, there is my twist on the traditional fall wreath, my DIY Fall Door Decor.
I suppose I did this tour backwards. I should have brought you through the front door first. Well, I’m not changing it at this point. I’m sure you don’t mind.
My old fall wreath got into an altercation with the kid.
The wreath lost.
Therefore, new fall door decor was in order and I decided to go with something a little less traditional.
Because, really, when have I ever been traditional?
Hopefully, you thought my fall decorating was satisfactory.
If not, you can come back and see my Halloween decor and be much more impressed. Hopefully.
Like what you see?