Are you enjoying all the fall decorating that’s flooding the internet these days? There seems to be no end of inspiration and creativity! Today I’m joining a few creative bloggers to share our homes with you during this week of “Fall in Love with Your Home” tour. I’ve already revealed part of my home decorated for fall a couple weeks ago, so this is my fall farmhouse tour … part two.
My farmhouse kitchen is my favorite room in the house and I’m finally getting it somewhat back to normal. We’ve been so busy canning tomatoes from our garden; our kitchen looked like a tornado ripped through, leaving destruction in its path.
And speaking of soup, I’ll be making Savory Butternut Squash Soup from these beauties that were grown in my garden. Hubby insisted on planting 2 vines this year, which means there’s more canning in my future! I plan to make several batches of the soup and can them so we can enjoy it throughout the winter months.
The fall season is always bittersweet for me. I love the riotous colors of the trees as the leaves change, but I feel melancholic as the days shorten and temperatures drop.
My little lamb sign stands watch over these fun little sprays of yellow balls I found at the store.
Baby Boos are my all-time favorite fall decorating item. They’re so simple and pretty, and inexpensive too. They look great no matter where you put them!
It all sits on a desk my hubby dragged home from the side of the road. One of our neighbors had it out for the trash man to pick up on garbage day. The wood is a little rough in places, so I plan to paint it to give it a fresh look. The little stool is getting a makeover at the same time. I’ll be sharing their transformations soon.
A spray of leaves is tucked inside a white ironstone pitcher while a basket of mums perches on a nearby chair. I’ve got mums both inside and outside of my house.
In addition to painting the desk, I plan to paint my entryway and living room sometime this fall or winter. In fact, I’ll be doing a lot of interior painting as we get our house ready to sell next spring.
The photos above are from part one of my Fall farmhouse tour.
Be sure to visit my fellow bloggers listed below for more inspiration!
Fall Home Tours