Amy’s Fall Home Tour

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Hi everyone, I am so excited to be joining up with 30 other decor bloggers to show off our Fall homes with you all today as part of the Fall Home Tour hosted by A Stroll Thru Life. For those of you coming over from Vel’s house at Life & Home at 2102, isn’t her style amazing? I am struggling a bit with the idea that summer is over and suddenly we’re all about pumpkins and cozy throws but apparently the time has come–or it will be here very shortly!

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Since our home is decorated in mostly neutrals, it is easy to swap our summer decor for fall-ish accessories–I just pull out the cozy throws, textured pillows, velvet pumpkins and of course, a few candles, and mix in some natural fall florals.



Our summer decor was comprised mostly of bright pops of blue, and when I went to transition our home to Fall, I realized I wasn’t quite over my blue infatuation just yet. I decided that while orange and burgundy may be the traditional go-to fall colors, but this year I was going to keep blue in the mix–some way or some how!



I felt validated when I came across blue velvet pumpkins, and of course they had to come home with me. Little velvet pumpkins, they have my heart 🙂 I may have bought every one I could find in gray, blue, cream or navy.



Another reason I wanted to incorporate some blue is I just picked up this rug at HomeGoods, and I love how it looks layered in this room. I will probably move it upstairs to our master bedroom at some point, the colors are so pretty, it’s hard to decide where I like it best.


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Our kitchen got a few fall touches as well, I always change out my open shelves seasonally and autumn is no exception. These shelves were an easy DIY that fill in an empty nook in our kitchen. I keep them decorated with our overflow white dishes, antique silver and of course, seasonal touches.



Isn’t the “Gather” sign cute? It’s perfect for this time of year. {It is available HERE}



Also in the kitchen, I couldn’t resist decorating my three-tiered stand. This is another household item that is fun to fill up with little seasonal touches.






A three tiered stand filled with pretty, rustic fall decor is an easy seasonal kitchen accessory.



Our dining room is probably our most traditional room because it has my grandmother’s antique chest and a corner cabinet my parents passed down to my husband and me as a wedding present.  I love the rich, dark wood tones at this time of year. For as much as I am comfortable staying within white and bright decor, these two pieces have, up until this point, somehow escaped being painted.



I started off thinking I would style this room with one of my usual color palates like black, white and gold or mix up the usual fall neutrals when I suddenly had a vision of a slate blue and steel gray color scheme in here. I don’t know why that color combination appealed to me so much, but with the pale gray walls in this room, it all seemed to come together, and again I was able to keep using blue 🙂



I collected my mercury glass pumpkins and candlesticks, mixed in some silver chargers and added some dark gray napkins I found at HomeGoods.




Of course, I had to use tiny white pumpkins (always a favorite) and the velvet pumpkin pretties on the table, I have to say I love how this space turned out. The colors mix well together, and I think it still feels fall-ish but in an unexpected way.





I love the pops of blue, I might even have to incorporate this silver/blue combo again at the holidays…not to get ahead or anything 🙂





I added some wheat sheaves from HomeGoods which I gathered with a silver satin ribbon and placed  on  top of the antique chest. I mixed in a framed print and filled up the large clamshell with some fall pine cones and such. Even with all the traditional elements, I think the leopard rug keeps things from getting too serious in here.


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Since we recently redecorated our Library with a darker moody gray, I had to throw a bit of fall into this room too. Here I went with darker colors because that seems to be the ongoing theme in this space, so I added copper and warm jewel tones to blend.



I added some flowers with some seasonal greens and fresh plums to pull in some purple, I am not much of a flower arranger but I like how it came out.


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Thanks so much for stopping by! You can see more of my home HERE and you can see all the other bloggers homes today by clicking the links below, if you are following the whole tour head to Rain On A Tin Roof next! Don’t forget to visit all the other homes each day this week– there is so much Fall inspiration going on!


A Stroll Thru Life

Inspiration for Moms


Clean & Scentsible

Life On Virginia Street

Decor To Adore


Life Love Larson

Remodelando La Casa

Thrifty and Chic

Seeking Lavender Lane

Decorating Delirium

Our Southern Home


The Chronicles of Home

Erin Spain

Nesting With Grace

21 Rosemary Lane

Our Fifth House


Z Design At Home

Simple Stylings

Life & Home @ 2102

11 Magnolia Lane

Rain On A Tin Roof

Hymns & Verses


Far Above Rubies

Haneen’s Haven

Tidbits & Twine

House By Hoff

Common Ground

Refresh Restyle

Duke Manor Farms




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  1. Marty Oravetz says

    What an absolute delight. i love the mix of Blue and Gray, stunning. It’s amazing how warm and inviting that color scheme is. Thanks tons for joining the tours.

  2. Such a beautiful tour. Love the table centerpiece and of course I’m all about black and white.

  3. What a completely enchanting tour! I adore all of the neutrals paired with soft accent colors. So happy to be sharing this tour with you.

  4. What a delightful tour, Amy! Every room is perfection, <3

  5. Your entire home is gorgeous no matter the season Amy, but this season just made me wanna cuddle up in every nook of your home! I love the different ways you’ve added touches of fall into your home, just perfect! I’m jealous too of your table centerpiece, “thanksgiving perfect”! As always, so honored to share this home tour with you! Cheers!

  6. Amy, beautiful as always! I love these adorable velvet pumpkins that everyone has! Yours look great in navy and grey. And your tea station is so cute. It makes me want to make a cup and get cozy on the couch! Happy fall!

  7. Amy, I really love your pops of blue and you and I have the same cute little black and white bowl that is on the coffee table in your library…great minds think alike:). So great doing another tour with you and happy fall, cutie!!

  8. Amy, it’s stunning. I love the non-traditional colors. You’ve created a very warm and inviting home.

  9. Beautiful fall home. My grandkids would have a field day, playing with all the pretty things on your tables. Lol

  10. It all looks so beautiful, Amy and I love your color scheme. The use of pumpkins has given me great inspiration! Happy weekend!

  11. Amy, I have those exact same sheaves of wheat. I spray painted them white and then decided to combine the 2 into 1 big bundle. What a mess! Wished I’d left them alone. YOur home looks lovely for fall. Greant inspiration.

  12. Amy- Thanks for sharing your beautiul home with us. I love the mix of non traditional colors with the traditional colors of fall.

  13. So elegant and welcoming at the same time. Simply beautiful!

  14. So very beautiful Amy! Love all of the rooms dressed for fall in the subtle colors….from the gorgeous vignettes to that amazing centerpiece on the dining room table! All so beautifully curated! Happy Fall Amy!

  15. Please don’t paint your grandmother’s beautiful antique chest! That would ruin it. It is beautiful as it is!

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