Fall at my House


Blogland, Pinterest, and Instagram may all be decorated up for Christmas, but at my house, it's still Fall. When I look out the window I see big full amber colored trees,
  I see scattered fallen leaves on the ground.
The air is still warm yet crisp.
And there are even a couple of pumpkins sitting on my porch.
I am in no rush to put out a Christmas tree.
I'm just living in the moment.
And right now, the moment is Fall.

Don't get me wrong, I do look forward to Christmas and Winter. 
And I am no means a hater or judging any of you who may or may not have a tree up in your living room at this very moment...  and maybe you even have a few more trees throughout your home :)
That's Okay. I will be joining in on the fun later.
:)
But in the mean time, have a look around my home decorated for Fall.


 In my last post I blogged all about my newly painted black dining room chairs. (Seen HERE.)
I also promised to show you more around my dining room, so have a look around.



I changed a few of the plates that are on the wall because I wanted a more subtle look.


I plan to add a few more plates to the wall soon, I have been slowly collecting them.




 One of my favorite parts about the room are these corner hutches. Original to the 1924 home.




They are perfect for housing all of my white dishes.
Speaking of dishes, I have set a simple fall table using some new dishes that I recently picked up at the dollar store....yes the dollar store. And I love them!



 I then brought in some pretty branches from outside, placed them in a white pitcher and scattered a few honey crisp apples around. Simple and pretty.



 This blog post was originally just going to be about my dining room, but then I realized there were a few new things that I haven't shown you yet.  One being this entry wall here:


 Here is a close-up of the frames. I purchased them on sale at Micheals.


I then ordered two of my favorite black and white pictures through Snapfish.


 I think they are exactly what that wall was needing. I also brought in a few items like the bench and stool to keep the look grounded. It was a little tricky decorating this area because it's a pass way and so I couldn't have anything that would stick out too much.





To the right of the dining room is the Kitchen. I blogged about decorating the nook area in this post HERE. 




Another thing new in this room is this white Pottery Barn chair.


Can you believe I picked it up at the Idaho Youth Ranch for 25 dollars?
What a find, right? It's in great shape, almost looks new, no stains.
However, it makes me wonder, It is actually a piece from a sectional. So where is the rest of the couch? 


I have No idea, but I'm so glad it found a home in my living room.


 It fits in perfectly, and it is super comfy.



 I know my home is pretty muted. Some people like to give me a hard time about it, but I like it this way.  although I am thinking of darkening up the wall color a bit....Maybe?



And to finish off the tour, a little peak into the sunroom, Which I blogged about not too long ago.
But don't be surprised that I've switched up the pillows since then.



 So there is my Home decorated in Fall. 
Stay Tuned for my Home decorated in Christmas.... Next Month :)

Thanks for stopping by,

Emily








11 comments

  1. hallo, emily, tolle bilder, danke dafür!!! liebe grüße und eine schöne woche wünscht angie aus deutschland

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  2. I adore your style. It would be fun to change the colors up but really, why change a good thing? I think the light colors work for your style.

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  3. Such lovely Fall decor in your beautiful cottage!

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  4. Well I love your muted decor... Huge fan! And I think we share the same wall color, Grey Owl, if I am not mistaken....so I wouldn't change a thing ! I am still enjoying fall decor at my house too. It's one of my favorite times of the year.

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    1. Thank you, Dawna.
      The wall color is actually called, sidewalk, by Valspar. I think it it a little bit lighter then grey owl. However my trim is more of a cream color. I think my next project will be to paint all the trim white, which should make the walls pop a bit more. There is just a whole lot of trim going on in my home, so I'm really in no hurry to get started :)

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  6. ok, I'll try this one more time....Emily, I love your house. I think it is very inviting and looks so comfy....2 important things. (oh, and I also love those corner china cabinets...love, love, love!)

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  7. Your house looks immaculate. There is something about the whites that just give things an airy and confident aura, yet being of another plane at the same time. It's almost surreal, in a way. But more than the colors, the right paint is also of utmost concern for your purposes with the chemistry and composition to make sure that the color sticks. Thanks for sharing that! All the best!

    Richmond Gordon @ CertaPro Painters

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