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My Fall Farmhouse Tour: Part One

Welcome to the first part of my fall farmhouse tour! I’ve been getting rooms ready ever since Deb at Seeking Lavender Lane decided to organize this fall tour of farmhouse bloggers. Every day this week, different bloggers are sharing their homes decked out for the fall season. The links are at the end of this post. A special welcome to those of you heading over from Sincerely Marie Designs! I love Amanda’s home and style. And thank you to Kirkland’s for sponsoring today’s fall farmhouse tour and offering a $1500 giveaway for one lucky winner (entry form below). I’ve added some of their pieces to my home. (This post was sponsored by Kirkland’s and contains affiliate links. All opinions are my own.)

Tulip the cow says hello and invites you to look around! Hopefully you’ll find some inspiration for your own home. I know I often walk away with ideas when I tour other bloggers’ homes.

Farmhouse cow painting and fall farmhouse tour


Tulip lives in our sitting room, which used to be the dining room. I like to read in here or enjoy coffee in the morning. A couple of lap throws in warm colors are perfect for cozy evenings.

Farmhouse sitting room decorated for fall


My favorite items for fall decorating are gourds, heirloom pumpkins, and fall floral accents. I’ve been working on warming up all of my rooms for the upcoming fall and winter months.

Use fall gourds to decorate for the autumn season


I’ve added a new piece of artwork to my sitting room. I love the trees and thought it’d be perfect for adding cozy autumn appeal. I found the canvas painting at Kirkland’s. The tobacco baskets are new, too.

Farmhouse sitting room or den, decorated for fall


A simple bouquet of wheat fills a vintage brown bottle from my collection. When I started redecorating my rooms for fall, I decided to add common elements from around the area. Wheat portrays the many farm fields to the west of us.

Touches of fall in a farmhouse sitting room


A pig statuette also gives a nod to farm life in our area. When Christmas comes, this little piggy will get a festive holiday bow.

Farmhouse pig statue


A couple weeks ago I shared my fall mantel that showcases my expanding collection of amber bottles. The perfect color for fall!

Fall Farmhouse Tour


In the dining room I opted for soft fall colors. Dried gourds pair with white pumpkins and fall flower arrangements.

Farmhouse Dining Room Mantel


On the dining table is a wooden pedestal bowl from Kirkland’s filled with autumn’s bounty.

Kirklands wooden bowl with fall gourds


Lucky for me our grocery store had gourds and baby boo pumpkins. They’ll easily last through Thanksgiving.

Fall Farmhouse Tour with Gourds and Greenery


I had planned to pick some wildflowers and field grasses for the flower arrangements but ran out of time, so used the silk version instead.

Fall floral bouquet in gray and white stone vase


I fell in love with these king protea stems. So pretty!

King Protea in a Fall Flower Arrangement


I decided to start collecting dried gourds. They last for years!

Dried gourds and mini white pumpkins


My dining room is close to being done – I think I’ve finally found the farmhouse table that I want to put in here.

Farmhouse Dining Room Mantel


I’m keeping my shabby chic dining buffet. For fall I added a topiary, more brown bottles, and a farm animal stack.

Dining buffet in fall farmhouse tour


The baby tears topiary is called a lollipop topiary due to the circle shape at the top. I love topiaries and have several.

Dining buffet in fall farmhouse tour


The farm animal stack features farm animals in our area. One nearby farm even has alpacas.

Farm animal stack

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The antique white console is new to the dining room and is another Kirkland’s find. I originally got it for behind the family room sectional, but the length was perfect for this wall. The console will provide surface area at Thanksgiving for food and serving pieces.

Farmhouse console decorated for fall


I spied this canvas pumpkin painting at Kirkland’s and decided it needed to come home with me, too. The price was just right!

Pumpkin Canvas Painting


I recently made the vintage bird prints – you can download the bird printables from my blog.

Gourds for fall decorating


Out of frustration, I almost gave away my stoneware crocks. I couldn’t find a good place for them – until the console arrived. Now they have the perfect home! I found that 3-gallon crock for just $5 at our local flea market. Don’t you love when you find bargains like that?

Fall farmhouse tour in country neutrals


Here’s a sneak peek at my under-the eaves bedroom. You can see more of it next week when I share the second part of my fall farmhouse tour. I’m still adding autumn touches to this room. Oh, and those farm animal heads? They’re from Kirkland’s too!

Farmhouse bedroom in neutral tones

Next up on today’s tour is Lisa from Farmhouse on Boone. She’s uber-talented and a girl after my own heart when it comes to embracing farmhouse style. I know you’ll love her home if you haven’t seen it already!

If you’d like to add some new Kirkland items to your home, be sure to enter the raffle – the entry form appears after the fall farmhouse links below. One lucky winner will get a Kirkland’s gift certificate for $1500!  I wish I could enter to win. I found so many items to spruce up my home for fall.



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  1. Jennifer, your home is so stunning! I love all the warm touches you did for Fall, and loving that nook by the stairs. The pieces you picked up from Kirklands are perfect for the Fall, season. Thank you so much for being part of this tour!

  2. Love the colors you chose for your fall decor. The console is perfect…shows off your crocks and the pretty fall accessories. It definitely will come in handy during the holidays. My niece has decorated her home almost exclusively with accessories from Kirklands. “Where did you get that picture, Marsha?” “Oh, from Kirklands.” They have a great selection of home decor.

    1. Thank you, Donna! I was surprised at how much stuff I was able to find at Kirkland’s. I’m in love with the console. I’ll bet your niece’s home is beautiful!

  3. Everything is so pretty…I am so in love with your crocks. They are pretty hard to find for sure. So happy to be on the tour with you today. Happy Fall!

  4. Jennifer, as impossible as it seemed, I have never seen your home look more fabulous. It’s breathtakingly beautiful! So inspiriing.
    Thank you 🙂

  5. Jennifer, I love all the pieces of art you got from Kirkland’s, especially Tulip! We switched our living room and dining room in our last house and we did it again in our present home. The living room became the dining room and the dining room became my husband’s bar area. What a difference switching up rooms make. Your wooden pedestal bowl is awesome as well as the brocks on the console table. So happy to be on the Fall Home tour with you.

  6. Jennifer,
    As always your house looks beautiful. I like the changes you made. The artwork from Kirklands is precious and fits your style nicely. I really loved the flower arrangement you did in your dining room with the wood bowl. It’s so beautiful.
    Let me know what time dinner starts…

  7. Your home is so nice and cozy . I love all your touches of fall decor. You got some awesome finds at Kirkland. I wish we had a Kirkland where I live. Your farmhouse is just so sweet and fresh…I love it. Happ Fall !!

  8. I just today realized we had a local Kirkland’s store — I’m going to hop by there later and see if they have that cute fall leaves pillow in stock!! Your fall decor is fresh and lovely! 🙂

  9. I really love the wood pedestal bowl, Kirklands has such cool finds! You did an amazing job getting your home ready for fall it looks beautiful!

  10. Awesome, you did a great job on decorating your house. So many cute farmhouse things, and your colors you chose, everything was just perfect. Thanks for the tour.

  11. The rooms look beautiful. I especially love your sitting room and the dried flowers in the corner really ties everything together. As always, great job.

  12. Your mantle is stunning…and that shelf in your dining room (not sure what it’s called)…But truthfully your entire home is so lovely and cozy…perfect for fall. Thanks for opening your doors.

    Hugs, Lynn

  13. I love every single touch Jennifer, just as I knew I would! Your home always looks so cozy but even more so with your fall decor. I love that little white pumpkin painting you chose too 😉

  14. Jennifer, your home is so beautiful and I love the whimsical farm animals 🙂 I am glad you didn’t give away your crocks, you would have missed them immediately!

  15. I just found your site and love your style. Do you mind me asking where you picked up your wreath. It’s beautiful. Thank you.

  16. Oh my gosh that little piggy is so adorable! I am obsessed with the color scheme in your family room. Your home looks so good! Thanks for a great blog hop!

  17. OH my gosh Jennifer, I am so in love with your tour! So much beauty everywhere! I need to scroll back up and go slow to soak it all in 🙂 I seriously love every detail. So inspiring.

  18. Your home is beautiful! I was wondering if you could tell me where you got your wreath over your buffet?
    It looks somewhat like grapevine but a different material.
    I love the texture and the look of it. Thank you, Pat

    1. Hi Pat!

      The wreath is made of bark wrapped around a metal frame. I found it at a local store several years ago and haven’t seen one anywhere else. I’ve even searched online for “bark wreath” and can’t find it. I’m sorry I can’t be of more help.