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Saturday, September 5, 2015

Fall Home Tour

I am very excited to be joining Heather's fall home tour this year,     I have a link back to the Harvest Tour of Homes 2015 at the end of my post,     When you click over to Heather's blog,  you will have to make a choice as to which home you want to visit next.       Better grab a cup of coffee and get a comfy chair because  there are so many gorgeous homes to choose from,  you will want to see them all.

  I 'm starting my home tour in the entryway.
I have a 3 ft long bread trough filled with dried flowers from our garden.       I  have an oil that smells like fall sprinkled on my dried flowers and the aroma fills the room.
I have made most of the fabric pumpkins that you will see on the tour.   This one was made from a vintage Gunne Sax dress.





When you come into the entryway,  you can turn left and go into the formal living room,   make a right and you will go down the hall to the bedrooms,  laundry room,  and baths.     Or,  you can go straight and come into the kitchen.   Let's go straight.  

The kitchen is the hub of our home,  so I always decorate it for the season and some of the holidays.





Turn to the right and you will go down a long hall....







Turn to the left  in the entryway and you will enter the formal living/dining room



This is the family room where I have the fireplace mantle decorated for fall.

I also added some fall touches to the piano in the family room.



I haven't decorated our front porch for fall yet,  so I thought I would share last years front porch on the tour.

I am so glad that you stopped by my home for the fall tour...thank you so much!    Don't forget to click on the link below to go back to Heather's blog and enjoy the rest of the tour!






I'm also joining these parties......


http://justagirlandherblog.com/get-your-diy-on-falling-for-fall-2/
http://www.flourmewithlove.com/2015/09/mix-it-up-monday-blog-party-without.html

26 comments:

  1. Visiting from the Harvest Tour of Homes as a fellow participant. Your Victorian home is lovely. Who knew you could find pink pumpkins?? I am partial to pink...I'm a breast cancer survivor!

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  2. Beautiful, thanks for sharing the link xxx

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  3. Hi Penny,
    I'm visiting as a fellow participant of the Harvest Tour of Homes. I always enjoy looking at your creations!
    Lori

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  4. Penny,
    Very pretty but I am waiting until after Labor Day to start my Fall decorating...... It is still a bit early and it sure does not feel like Fall here as we are still having temps. in the 90's!! I really hate this heat and i am so ready for Fall even though it does not begin until another 2 weeks....

    Hugs,
    Deb

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  5. Oh, so very beautiful Penny! Love in every inch of your sweet home! xox

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  6. Beautiful Beautiful!!! Valéria.

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  7. Hello, visiting as a participant from the fall tour! How festive and your handmade pumpkins are so pretty! Blessings, Cecilia

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  8. Hi Penny,
    I'm a also a participant in the Harvest Tour. So fun seeing what everyone is creating. I'm a big fan of dried flowers and antiques. You home is truly unique and so bright and airy. Have a great weekend!

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  9. Hi Penny- I am stopping in from the blog hop too! Your home looks lovely. The pink plaid pumpkin is my favorite! Such a pretty fabric.

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  10. Hi Penny, your home is so sweet and cozy, I love the romantic feel and the pink pumpkins on the porch are so cute..it may be the first time I've seen someone paint one pink, I love that! Happy Fall!

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  11. Penny..I clicked on your link..and so far out of five I've tried..not one was a Fall Home Tour. Yours was the only one. ??? Still trying to find another tour. LOL Wish me luck! Thanks for sticking to the subject!! :)

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  12. Oh good grief! I forgot to say how absolutely gorgeous everything looks. Fall in PINK. I LOVE IT.. and you, of course!

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  13. Penny! Your home is GORGEOUS! Every inch is immaculately decorated. I can't pick a favorite.... I love it all. Thank you so much for joining in the Harvest Tour of Homes. It was an honor to have you join in!

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  14. How lovely. So many great ideas and I love the covers on your stovetop.

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  15. Hi, Penny
    How beautiful is your home. I love all the lovely lace, pumpkins and pink goodness going on in your beautiful home. Stopping by from the Harvest Home tour.

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  16. Such a pretty and different approach to fall. So beautiful and refreshing!!

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  17. Hi Penny, what a lovely fall home tour. Every detail and inch is pure shabby cottage perfection. Love it all and so beautiful. I just have to go back and tour through again. Have a wonderful week.
    Hugs, cm

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  18. Beautiful! How nice that you can still decorate for fall without using traditional fall colors so that it stills compliments the colors of your home.

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  19. Your pumpkins are so pretty. I love that you used vintage fabric for them. Pink pumpkins?! I love pink. Stopping over from the Harvest Tour.

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  20. Just gorgeous! You always create beautiful decors.
    Hugs
    Alessandra

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  21. Enjoyed every photo! The sunflower seed wreath is really cute!

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  22. Such a beautiful home! Your attention to detail is inspiring and I'm crazy about all the lovely shades of pink!
    Thank you so much for sharing this tour at Something to Talk About!
    Karen

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  23. Everything looks so pretty and great!

    Thanks for joining Cooking and Crafting with J & J! Please don't forget to enter the $25 Starbucks Giftcard Giveaway that ends tomorrow night!

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  24. Just gorgeous and inspiring Penny! Thank you for sharing on the Art of Home-Making Mondays! :)

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  25. Absolutely lovely, may have to try my hand at a fabric pumpkin this year, you have such great inspiration!

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  26. You do Shabby Chic like nobody else! WOW!! Your wreath and outdoor 'bench' were featured at Project Inspire{d}.... and pinned! :) Thanks for linking up with us, Penny!!

    All the best for and extraordinary week!

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