Happy Thursday Friends. It’s been a hot second since I popped in here as life has been a whirlwind lately. Every new season I like to do a tour of my home with a few friends. I’m getting super excited to do my Christmas walk through, but before I get ahead of myself, lets focus on my 2019 Fall Home Tour!
I’ve made a ton of changes in the last few months. I’ve worked with some incredible brands this year and in the last few months I’ve had the pleasure of working with Crate & Barrel, Bed Bath and Beyond, Tonic Living, Ruggable Article, and Commonhouse Studio. These are just a few of the brands that have entrusted their brand to me.
So without further rambling.. Here’s my 2019 Fall Tour
Our dining room is ultra simple this year. This statement mirror, pampas grass and these wooden candlestick holders are honestly all this space needs. I’m really moving into ‘less is more‘. With six of us in an extremely small rancher I feel like I’m constantly cleaning, so to make things more streamlined, I’ve just given up all the junk. No it wasn’t really junk.. but it was stuff I didn’t really love or need.
Our dining room honestly hasn’t changed a lot. Since the last tour we put up these beautiful white washed wooden blinds in here, as well, I grabbed a few really neutral linens from Crate & Barrel for this table spread.
Can you guys see the decorating that Rhett did? If you zoom in, you will be able to see the pencil drawings on the legs of our white table. I didn’t see them until after I edited and uploaded these photos….oy! Life with kids!
Heading into our living room, you will see I took most of the colour out of our space for fall. I really like to focus on earthy tones like browns, rich yellows, creams and whites. What screams Fall to me? Chunky knit blankets, cozy pillows, tea and a fire going. I love my place to feel overly cozy during the Fall and Winter months and I really believe I achieved this look.
The sectional is Article’s “Timber Sectional“. We absolutely LOVE it. I have yet to really figure out how to style the space, but stay tuned as I will be giving an in depth review on the piece and why we like it over a previous sofa.
I also layered my rugs to give the room a bit of texture and you can’t forget my tassel chandelier. It honestly works in any home with any decor.
I also wanted to mention that my beautiful nude pouf is from Babsouk.
We just did a massive DIY on the fireplace and the shelving. I finally painted the entire fireplace black and the shelving is 2×10’s that is hung on rods ( amazing for renters if you’re looking for a build in look that won’t damage your home )
I honestly didn’t change anything in our entrance. I really love the green feature wall and brass accents and I often change the accessories up – but the core pieces remain the same. I did add this bag that added a bit of warmth to the space.
I rarely ever feature this view on my space as there isn’t a ton of natural light, but I just hung this photo from Opposite Wall under this beautiful sconce from Kichler Lighting and the pair is dynamite!
As you know we’re working on the Nursery reveal which will be going live next week, but for now I wanted to show you the progress on Rhetts side of the room. He still sleeps in his Dockatot and I totally forgot to take that out for the picture 😉 As you can tell, there is a theme in my home.. I’m straying away from patterns and going with more neutrals. You can’t really see it, but their birds of paradise wallpaper is super light and honestly matches everything!
and into the Master. My favourite room of the house! My Bedroom! The board and batten wall that we did behind our bed is so good and I love how neutral it is! We recently got this light from Hudson Lighting and it’s really the feature of the room. I also pulled some warmer tones into this room by switching out our white duvet for an olive linen duvet.