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Hello friends! I am so excited to have you here as part of the Blogger Stylin’ Home Tours hosted by Lindsay at The White Buffalo Styling CO. Welcome if you are new and visiting here from Summer over at Simple Stylings too. I have shared some of our home earlier throughout the season and today I am opening up a couple more spaces as well as warming the entire home up as the weather cools down.

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As the season draws nearer I find myself craving warmth, comfort and neutral colors. Much like the leaves falling, the scenery outdoors becomes soft and calm as does our home.

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Here you will see our humble stoop that enters into our sweet little space…

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(Metal Lantern)

I used what I had with pumpkins, spread them out and made it as pretty as I could. The front of our house needs a lot of love, but who says that has to be with paint and construction?! For now, pumpkins, mums and flannel do just that.

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(Wood Paneled Wall, Neutral Wall Art )

Entering into the front of our house you will find our multipurpose room. Where we have a sofa bed (here) that houses guests or naps and reading.

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(Chembra Rug, Knit Blanket)

Baskets, knits and subtle pattern fill up this small room making it cozy and a first impression.

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Of course pumpkins line the fireplace…

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(Office Info Here)

And this guy (also known as Wyatt) waits here on a regular basis. He keeps me company as I photograph this little haven our family also uses as a corner office.

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Mobile carts and transitional desks make homework or artwork easy to do. And just so we won’t forget…

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Fall is outlined on the chalkboard as a reminder ;).

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Kitchen decor is simple with a handful of wheat sprays. I love anything that will droop or drape and  these sprays do just that!

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They cost hardly anything (as they were on sale and they are faux) therefore they last forever! Their shape draws the eye in while seeming organic all the same.

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(French Market Bag)

This lady is always ready to help and it has been a treasure to enjoy her company as we make home here.

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Fresh and local apples line the counters (here), ripe and ready for baking. Although they may not last long enough as the kiddos love to eat this tart variety.

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I have it on my list to make an apple crisp this year!

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(DIY Chalkpainted Table)

Easy centerpieces call for a trio of pumpkins and the subtle addition of baby’s breath.

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2 large bunches cost less than ten dollars and they add just the perfect touch of pretty to this farmhouse space.

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As the season progresses we will craft these pumpkins into something fun and silly; we’ll stick a candle inside making the memories that will last for years to come…

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(Table Runner and Felt Ball Garland)

Texture wraps every corner whether it is through wooden beads, felt balls…

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Or layers upon layers of blankets.

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(Floral and Button Throw Pillows)

At the end of our home is our very favorite space. It is our family room and in my opinion it is magical (the very reason we fell for this house).

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It has 3 walls of windows and welcomes each season. We have sat on this sofa and enjoyed rainstorms, snow fall and magnificent sunshine.

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(Feather Pillows)

Pillows are everywhere and one single pumpkin to bring on feelings of fall =).

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Baby’s breath is entangled with clippings from our corner tree – the two opposites compliment each other nicely and once again were budget friendly.

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(Bereber Rug)

I love changing things around regularly and have found it easy to do so by using what is already there, getting creative and focussing on the season itself. More than the pretty pillows, festive decor or plump pumpkins, I hope to create a place for my family to play, to learn and enjoy. We love board games, we do coloring (lots of it) and we make memories. Setting your home up for the season means getting it ready for just that.

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(Driftwood Tray)

Thank you so very much for joining me here today and a big thank you again to our host Lindsay at The White Buffalo Styling CO! Make sure to head over to the next stop at Amber’s Restless Arrow

 

Here is the entire tour listed below…

The White Buffalo Styling Co.
Cassie Bustamante
The House of Silver Lining
The Inspired Room
Cuckoo4Design
Life on Virginia Street
Place of My Taste
Sarah M. Dorsey Designs
Jennifer Rizzo
Britt Kingery
Dimples and Tangles
Shannon Claire
Simple Stylings
Zevy Joy
Restless Arrow
designPOST Interiors
The Nester
Nesting with Grace
Bliss at Home
Thoughts from Alice
A Creative Day
A Designer at Home

 

 

 

 

 

 

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23 Responses to A Warm and Neutral Fall Home Tour – BSHT 2016

  1. your home is always so cozy and beautiful and i love how you mix in a little modern, too. the pumpkins and baby’s breath together are magical!

  2. Love love love your cozy and beautiful home

  3. So pretty Annie! I love your dining table with the simple pumpkins. And you always do such a good job with floral arrangements. Your kids are little cuties! Happy Fall friend!

    • Annie says:

      Brooke thank you so much – and I can’t wait to visit your beautiful home, you are always inspiring me! Happy Fall to you too!

  4. Summer says:

    Magical really does describe your family room! I always love it. That photo we is gorgeous, I’m going to have to get some. And I love the beautiful arrangement in your family room as well. The babies breath is precious and I just love all of the layers of pillows and throw blankets. Lovely job, my friend!

  5. liz says:

    Your home truly captures the feel of what I am constantly striving and hoping to achieve in my own home – a feeling of coziness and welcome. I have gotten so many wonderful ideas from you, and your neutral fall tour is just what I needed for inspiration. The home you have created for your family is absolutely beautiful!

    • Annie says:

      Liz your comments seriously warm my heart! Thank you so much for sharing with me and I am sure your beautiful home is just that! Thank you again!

  6. Linda says:

    Love every thing you do. So glad I found your blog. Where did you find those droopy wheat sprays and those wonderful large bottles on the table in front of the windows.

    Such beautiful arrangements and the feeling of peace. when you look at your pictures. You have exquisite taste.

    • Annie says:

      Linda that is so kind and blesses my heart. I am so happy to have you here – thank you! I found those at Hobby Lobby and the large bottles have been found at thrift stores or antique shops. Again thank you so so much!

  7. Jonita says:

    I love the way you mix everything and how you add the simple things together to come out so pretty. On the way where you have the aprons and strainers hanging are they pegs or cup hooks? Your little girl is so cute. Thank you for sharing.

  8. Lanita Anderson says:

    Love your fall home tour and all of the special touches of fall that you’ve added. I always enjoy seeing pictures of your home, because it’s always so warm and inviting! Thank you for sharing….

    • Annie says:

      Lanita,
      thank you so much for that! I am so happy to have you hear and I love that you enjoyed the visit. Have a wonderful rest of your week!

  9. Amy Renea says:

    I love all the “wisps” you use 🙂 The baby’s breath — grains, etc all look so fantastic next to the chunky pumpkins – you’ve inspired me!

  10. Lindsay says:

    Love your bright white tour and all of the pumpkins!!! So lovely girl 🙂 Absolutely love your entry!

  11. Jessica says:

    LOVE your home tour! I love the simple beauty of your home; understated, neutral, inviting. I especially like the wicker and metal dining chairs. Where are those from?

    • Annie says:

      Jessica thank you, I really appreciate it! The wicker chairs are from Ikea and the metal ones were from Amazon a few years back =).

  12. Katy (Compton) Carter says:

    I also love your style! I have especially fallen in love with your copper kitchen pendant light. Where did you find it?

  13. Ginger says:

    So pretty! Where did you get that gorgeous chandelier over the table from?

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