Fall Home Tour 2023

It’s my favorite time of year! Thought I’d round up some images of spots around the house where I’ve added some fall touches. There’s also images in here that aren’t necessarily fall related, but I’ve moved things around and thought I’d share.

Family room…

The warmth of these copper stools is just what this room needed!

I found the most amazing vintage handmade quilt at the Found Cottage Mercantile in Grand Rapids a few weeks ago! It looks so good on the back of our sectional!

Love this little acorn!

The Halloween art I found for our frame tv has been so festive and fun! And I love the pumpkins made from books pages that I found!

I’m not quite sure if this Halloween mantel is done. Lol I just started playing and stopped here, but I think it needs something tall mixed in. Maybe I suspend some branches? I just haven’t been able to do that because the leaves haven’t changed color yet:) Linking the pumpkins at the bottom of this post!

Find this tree print HERE.

Office…

Found the horse pillow at Home Goods!

Foyer hallway…

The new rug from McGee & Co is Gibson approved! 🙂

Living room…

I found this vintage paintbrush recently and decided to put it in a shadowbox. Think outside of the box when it comes to art! I love anything unconventional! You can find the brass hand bookmark HERE and the book stand HERE.

Dining room…

Kitchen…

Powder room…

Laundry room…

This is the mirror that was over our fireplace, and since I did some Halloween decorating, I moved it up here. It’s leaning, for now. Didn’t want to screw into the wallpaper to hang it if it’s only temporary!

Bedroom…

Back patio…

Shop the rooms…

There you have it! Happy Autumn!

Haneen

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  1. Barbara says:

    Why don’t you try cotton stems or wheat on your mantle with the pumpkins?

  2. mckenzie says:

    Hi! Your home is beautiful. Do you know which Thibaut plaid wallpaper is used in the office? I do interior design and would like to use this in my clients man cave 🙂 Thank you!

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