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Monday, September 14, 2015

Fall House Tour 2015


We are excited to be a part of Kelly's Eclectically Fall Home Tour again this year. Be sure to check out Kelly's beautiful house over at Eclectically Vintage which is the first stop on the tour:


Unfortunately there have been no real pumpkins anywhere to be found around here so far this year, I even called some of the farms with no luck, so for now I just have some simple early fall decor in most of the rooms and then hopefully in another few weeks I will be able to start adding in lots of pumpkins and other fall details.

In the dining room we just added all of our dried hydrangeas from the last couple of years into our antique dough bowl and then a simple wheat wreath from HomeGoods onto our sideboard. The hydrangeas are starting to look pretty faded this year so I think I need to switch them out this year for some new ones. I got these ones at the farmer's market but am hoping to cut from some our yard this year.






For the kitchen the girls picked out this cute little stuffed animal, some twig balls and branches from the yard.


To the rest of our kitchen/family room space we just added some faux pumpkins, fresh eucalyptus, and an olive branch wreath. I can't wait to add some real pumpkins in here!

And we added some cozy pillows and blankets for fall and winter. 




Up in our guest room we added some more fresh eucalyptus, feathers, and faux pumpkins:












This is one of my favorite autumn prints:


In our master bedroom we added some freshly cut branches and some more faux pumpkins.



And if you are wondering if we have added any traditional autumn colors yet - yes, we have in a few of the rooms, but seeing how this post is already very picture heavy I will do another post later this week sharing more images of these spaces but here are few shots:

This sign will be available in our shop September 24th.



Now it's on to the next stop at one of my favorite blogs, Rooms for Rent. Be sure to head over and check out Bre's beautiful home decorated for fall:

Also, Good Housekeeping is featuring the tour along with lots of other fall inspiration. 

I hope you all have a fabulous Monday and a wonderful week ahead!

P.S. You can find paint color and very detailed source lists for all of the room in our home by clicking here. 

54 comments:

  1. As always gorgeous Jennifer! I could not find me any pumpkins this past week either. Hoping to find some today! Pinned...your photos and home are perfection!

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  2. your home looks amazing! i LOVE the dining room especially- gorgeous!

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  3. Your home look so nice!
    Happy Fall
    Isora
    Xo

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  4. Wow Jenni! As usual, your home does not disappoint! Love all of your natural touches - the branches and leaves and of course that bowl of hydrangeas. I am definitely making a reservation to stay in that guest room! So glad to have you on the tour again this year!

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  5. Beautiful, as always! Thank you for the inspiration.

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  6. Beautiful Jennifer! I love the pops of orange, paired with the grey, in the guest room.

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  7. So beautiful! I'm also having a really yard time finding real pumpkins this year (sigh). xx

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  8. Beautiful home. My daughter wants a grey & white horse picture that you have in your bedroom. Will you please share where to purchase it.

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    1. Thank you! The picture is from HomeGoods!

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  9. Everything is so beautiful! I love your dining room and that bowl of hydrangeas is gorgeous!

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  10. Love! I'm so behind this year - just started on the fall decorating. I NEED that new sign! Can't wait! Too bad I'm having a dinner party on the 24th and can't get it before then!

    Kris

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  11. Your home is always beautiful and the Fall touches are perfect for the season.

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  12. I always love everything you do. I think your home looks wonderful, but that wreath with the gray bow and antler is my favorite Fall vignette that I've seen anywhere . So pretty ! The hydrangeas in the bowl are gorgeous too! Will you share the sources for the rust colored pillows and the olive wreath?


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    1. Thanks, Donna! The wreath is from Birch Lane (although I don't think they carry it anymore), and the pillows are from HomeGoods.

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  13. A show stopper home! Just love your tour

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  14. Just beautiful! I love your home in every season.
    Hugs,
    Sherry

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  15. Jennifer, your fall home is so warm and glamorous and so so inviting! What a beautiful sanctuary you have created for your family! Hugs!

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  16. Love the grey tone on tone, it all looks so amazing.

    Xx
    Dore

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  17. I LOVE your home, especially in the fall!! Love the neutrals! So calm & elegant.. You are definitely one of my top favorite DIY/home decor bloggers!!

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  18. Winter, Spring, Summer, or "Fall"......Your home sweet home is so soothing, inviting, absolutely lovely beyond words. What a warm feeling I always get touring your beautiful home! Thank you!!! Happy Autumn!!!

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  19. Just gorgeous!!! I always love seeing how you decorate for the seasons. I love all the details in your vignettes :)

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  20. I love your home! Thanks for sharing the pictures. I would really love to know the brand and paint color on the walls of your guest room. Thank You and Have a Blessed Day. Margo.

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    1. Thank you! You can find a link to all paint and source info at the bottom of the post or by click the "our home" tab at the top of the blog!

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  21. every single photo is inspirational!

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  22. Please tell me where I can find a wreath like the one in your dining room. So pretty and I love it with the gray bow.Your home is more beautiful every season.

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  23. I love your place and all your decor. Pretty chandeliers and I love that mirror in the dining room.
    Joy @ Books and Life

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  24. Beautiful and as always so inspirational! Getting ready to build a sideboard table like the Ana White design you have in your kitchen. Love how yours looks...did you repainand if so what color is thatt or is it still painted in the original sea haze you mentioned in the post on the table? Thanks!!

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    1. Thanks so much, Laura! It's still the same color!

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  25. Jenny, you are seriously so amazing. What a beautiful tour!

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  26. I am not sure why my post doesn't show but this will be attempt number four! Your home is beautiful and I was wondering about the chest in the bedroom and that is painted gray with either gold gilding or maybe It's sanded back to raw wood. Anyway, it's just the look I wanted for my ASCP painted dresser in my bedroom. Would you please share your technique.

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    1. Thanks, Marianne! The mirrored one is from Haynes Furniture and the silver one is from TJ Maxx--both were about 7 years ago though!

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  27. Question on the white farm house style pitcher from Ikea that you have...what size is it? On the website there is a 6 in, 8 3/4 and a 12 inch. Every time there, the 8 3/4 is out of stock, but the 12 in seems pretty big....and naturally the 6 in is too small so i'm feeling much like goldylocks here...

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    1. Hi, Nicole! I'm pretty sure ours is the 12!

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  28. I love your rug in what appears to be your guest room...the room with the orange touches. Are you able to vaccuum it and do you think it would hold up in a living room area? Any info on your purchase would be appreciated. Beautiful, beautiful home!

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  29. I just stumbled on this post on pinterest, and I am SO glad I did!!! This is the EXACT decor I want for my home that we are moving into shortly and I am using your pictures as inspiration for every room. Thank you SO much for sharing!

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  30. I love your chandelier in the dining room! Where did you find it?

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    1. Hi, Kristie! It's from Savvy (www.savvyinwilliamsburg.com).

      -Jason

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  31. Hi! I love your style. Beautiful home. I have been looking for a wooden centerpiece like that for years- where did you find it?

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    1. Hi! The dough bowl was a wedding gift from an antique shop, so unfortunately Jenni doesn't have the source information for it.

      -Jason

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  32. Love love love the large clock in your dining room! Is it from Ballard Designs or somewhere else? Your home is just gorgeous! Exactly my style

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    1. Thank you! The clock is from Joss & Main.

      -Jason

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  33. Hi, Where did you get your tall lamps that are on the dining room buffet? Thank you!

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    1. Hi, Annette! They are from HomeGoods.

      -Jason

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  34. Beautiful home! Where did the lamps come from (on bedside tables)? Thank you!

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    1. I believe those are from Pier 1.

      -Jason

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  35. So beautiful! I am looking for that floral quilt you have on the bed? I am assuming it is grey and white, possibly neutral. Where did you find it?

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    1. Thanks, Paige! The quilt is from Ballard Designs.

      -Jason

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  36. Hi I am looking for the paint color you have on your dining room walls. Do you know where I could find it? Beautiful home, thanks!

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    1. Hi! You can find all of Jenni's wall colors here: http://dearlillieblog.blogspot.com/p/our-home.html

      -Jason

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  37. What color is the wall in your dining room?! It's beautiful. Just got a new table and going to use your picture as inspiration. :)

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    1. Thanks! You can find paint color and very detailed source lists for all of the room in our home by clicking here: http://dearlillieblog.blogspot.com/p/our-home.html

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