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Welcome to my Fall Home Tour! So happy that you’ve joined us again today as we take you through the other home that makes up the 2 Bees 🙂 I love Halloween, but I like it more for the scary movies and let’s be honest, the candy. But when it comes to home decor, I much rather decorating for the season with just some subtle touches of Fall.
Our sweet friend Meg of Green With Decor organized this fabulous blog hop. You can visit the other home tours at the end of our post.
When you first walk into our home, you are met with a fairly wide entrance, which is great because it makes the home seem more open, but it was a lot of space to fill.
I absolutely love decorating these secretary shelves. It is such a great way to display all of my little knick knacks, like vintage bottle, antlers, and all of my bee decor…
I got this buffet for an amazing deal at a local consignment store and just knew it would be perfect in the entryway. Plus, it is great for extra storage!
I am notorious for buying tons of bags of the vase fillers from HomeGoods. They are my go to to use in bowls, vases, etc.
To be honest with you, this home does not have a designated dining area. I love this home so much, but it is the one complaint I have with it. And unfortunately there is no space in the kitchen for a table, just an island with bar stools. And that works great for most days, but when we have company over, it’s nice to sit at the table. So, we have made the front bedroom into the dining room and it actually works really well for us.
I wanted to use Fall colors, but I also wanted to keep it light, so I decided to incorporate these vintage purple bottles we used for my wedding into my Fall home tour. Also, do you remember what this dining room table looked like before? You can see the before of this dining room set here.
I loved incorporating wheat and baby’s breath to make a simple centerpiece.
I just used pine cones from the yard and then created an easy place card, which I will show you more of next week.
This home just about has a mantel in every room. Which is amazing, but it can also get hard to decorate so many spaces. I wanted to have a rustic and vintage feel. Again I used the vintage bottles, as well as this old wooden crate. The Fall leaf print was a printable I got from A Night Owl Blog.
I think this is my favorite bottle in the collection…
I needed small vases to put in each compartment of the vintage crate, which I did not have. I didn’t want to spend tons of money, so I just went to the Dollar Store and was able to get all the vases I needed without breaking the bank.
Now we move into the Living Room of my home, which is where we spend most of our time. I am still in love with our original industrial coffee table. Hands down one of the best purchases I made years ago. Lucky for me, my curtains already have orange in them, which is perfect for Fall. I just added other elements, like orange glass, vintage amber bottles, and more. Those plaid pillows were a purchase from Target that was a deal I could not pass up. They were in the section when you first walk in…y’all know what I’m talking about. Gets me every time!
Shh…don’t tell mom, but I still have this wooden crate of hers that I stole last year. At this point I don’t think I am going to give it back!
Isn’t this owl pillow great?!
The orange glass on the mantel brings a little pop of color to the space…
I also love using dried hydrangeas to bring height to the space.
Y’all know how much we love using vintage books in our home decor.
Love, love, love this Bees & Honey print…and of course mom and I have the same one.
Thank you so much for stopping by and I hope you have enjoyed my Fall Home Tour. This is one of our favorite seasons, which makes it easy to decorate. Next week we’ll showing you our exteriors all decorated for Fall, so be sure to stop by!
Make sure to visit all 33 home tours below…you don’t want to miss anyone.