Fall Home Decor
It’s been a busy week here at my house, but I’m loving it. One of my favorite things to do is put up our fall home decor. I know I’m not alone because as soon as I bring out my fall storage bins, my kids get really excited.
One of them asked if they could stay home from school to help me. 🙂 While I’m sure you can guess that my answer was a solid “no”, I did save a few things for him to do when he got home.
I notice that decorating my home brings joy to my husband and children (even though they are all boys). It just makes our space a happier and more cozy place to hang out together.
I’m starting with our Dining Room because this is where we spend the most time together. I made the Gather Sign a few years ago using my Silhouette cutting machine. The stencil was made from vinyl and transferred onto a stained board. Then I painted it with a white paint pen and removed the vinyl. It gave the hutch a little more height and helped bring the wood tones together in this room The hutch and the dining chairs were all refinished last January with chalk paint.
This is my Fall Centerpiece. I love all of the natural elements here. Yes, those are coffee beans in the mason jars and it makes this room smell so good!
This is our coat closet off of our foyer. When we installed our flooring, we decided to remove the door and add a bench with hooks.
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Moving along to our family room. This fireplace has gone through quite a transformation over the years. You can see my tutorial on how to build an over-mantel here. I have also added fireplace built-ins, picture frame molding, and a stenciled wall. The fireplace was so plain before I painted it white and added the over-mantel. It is one of my favorite spots in our home to keep warm on a cool fall evening.
These are my refinished bookshelves all decked out for fall. If you want to read about the before and after click here.
Finally, a couple pictures of our kitchen. Go to our Inexpensive Kitchen Update for the before pictures and how we updated this space.
You can pin any of the images from this page by hovering over them with your mouse and clicking on the Pinterest button. I’m so glad you stopped by and hope you found some inspiration for your fall home decor.
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