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Warm And Welcoming Fall Home Tour

I am so happy that fall is finally here! The weather is starting to cooperate and it is just about time to pull out the cozy blankets, light the spiced pumpkin candles & start throwing logs on the fire at night!!

I have been working on putting the finishing touches on both the outside & inside so I can start enjoying all these great fairs & festivals we have in New England!

I showed my neutral Fall Mantel here-I just added the pumpkin urn in the front & mercury glass lights that I had been using on the back deck:

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And the dining area here:

 

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Can you sense I have a slight obsession with owls? I added a faux succulent to this little owl candle holder & just love it!

I finally finished the entry here with little white pumpkins lining the stairs.

A quick way to make your pumpkins last longer-soak 10 parts water to 1 part bleach for about 15 minutes, shine with vaseline.

It should add a couple of weeks!

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Both the above bench & the below bench & pillow are DIY projects. I love finding things that are in need of an update & transforming them!
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This was my first ever acrylic painting shown below of a pumpkin! I painted the pillow first & then tried it on a canvas. So fun!

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This beautiful white ceramic pumpkin was another Hobby Lobby purchase at 50% off. I love the white!

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And living room here:

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It may be a little early, but I brought out my favorite pillow purchased from the super talented Craftberry Bush on Society 6.

It was my Christmas present to myself last year. I am fawning over the snow owl one & may purchase it for myself this year 🙂 

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I picked up this beautiful blue glass pumpkin at Hobby Lobby for 50% off.  

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The DIY deer pillow I just shared last week & this beautiful pom pom throw from Homegoods. I’ve wanted one forever! 

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I made this coffee filter wreath a few years ago &  hung it on the DIY chicken wire frame.

 I added a Gratitude banner that I printed directly on burlap. 

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The wood pumpkins & scarecrow are DIY projects. I made the scarecrow about 20 years ago at a class I took with my sister.

I love bringing him out every year. One of my favorite owls sits in our bar cabinet, which was a $35 craigslist find that I updated with Annie Sloan paint. 

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This basket was a score at Savers last week for $4.99! I filled it with pumpkins, pinecones, potpourri & candles. 

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This wreath base is so different & I just love it. I found it at a farmers market several years ago.

In the summer I put small pots of flowers in it. I just added the fall banner to brighten it up.

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This chalkboard is something I love to update! This was an old mirrored door from a bureau that I found on the side of the road.

I only took the door as I couldn’t lift the bureau myself & I am so glad I did. It makes a perfect chalkboard & covers the fuse box.  

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This paper wreath is in the downstairs guest bathroom. I wanted to stay with the cool blues of the rugs & went with non traditional colors.

I did make a traditional colored paper wreath for a friend of mine here:

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I added a few DIY signs in the kitchen:

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I love sunflowers! These are fake, but look so real. The view is just stunning, especially at this time of year.

I updated the coastal mugs I made for the Summer, with fall leaves. So easy to do with sharpie paint pens. Just ensure you bake them after to seal them. 

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Painted Dollar Tree pumpkins in peat pots with a little moss on my $2.99 Goodwill scale. One of my favorite finds!
 
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Of course, you have to have candy with Halloween right around the corner.

I keep a basket in the kitchen. I made this super quick candy bark.

Just melt chocolate of your choice & pour a thin layer on parchment paper on a cookie sheet & break up pieces of Halloween candy of your choice.

I used kit kats, hersheys, nestle cruch & m&m’s. Let it set in the refrigerator & you are good to go!

I am packing some up to ship in a care package to my College Daughter whom I’m missing dearly! My Son will be more than happy to try this out!

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Enjoy!
Thanks for visiting! Happy Fall Y’all (sorry couldn’t resist)

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