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Fall Tour Farmhouse Decor

Fall Tour with Farmhouse Decor in our Cookie Cutter “Farmhouse”

Confession! September, is my favorite month of the year! I love the cooler weather but the not-so-over Summer days. The schedule that gets put back in place, yet the warm afternoons for outside walks and play. Don’t get me wrong I love October, but September is a month I just love to soak up. So, since our home has these Fall-ish touches to add warmth too, but I can keep my windows open and still feel the warmth of those last bits of Summer sun, it is like the greatest mix of all my favorite things. The kids are also back in school, so that gives me more routine then ever..and since my littlest started Kindergarten this year, I am all loving having these hours to myself to get work done and get the house in order before everyone gets home. Can you relate? Or are you ready for sweater weather? Either way Fall decor I am sure we can all agree on is the prettiest!

So, this tour I have lined up 33 bloggers to share our homes with all of you for the Fall season. Be sure to stop by each Fall Tour and take a look how we all take Fall on differently in our homes. We even had the privilege of sharing this tour with Kirklands, who were so kind to sponsor this post for us where we all got to pick up a few things to add more Fall touches with their beautiful products. If you haven’t seen their Fall decor yet, you best run to your local Kirklands, or jump on their site where you can browse for hours at their farmhouse style fall decor. Before you head there though, be sure to enter our wonderful $1500 GIVEAWAY with them! Yep…$1500 you can get your Christmas shopping done with that! See giveaway at the bottom of the post.


So, this may be your first stop, or maybe you’re stopping over from Jenna’s beautiful tour at Wife in progress. Either way grab a nice cup of coffee and be ready to browse all 7 tours today and stop by all the other tours each day this week. We’re excited to share with you!

So, come on in!

I am just adoring decorating for the season with my new door, and picked up this absolutely beautiful Magnolia Wreath from Kirklands. It just pairs so nicely with the wooden door…I may have squealed a bit after putting this up here! It definitely adds that Fall Tour Farmhouse look right from the exterior of our home.


Next, my neutral Farmhouse Kitchen. I love keeping with the neutrals even though this year, I did go a little outside the neutral box with some cranberry and dusty rose colors in my family room-see that tour here!

This pretty little cotton field painting was also a great find at Kirklands.

Are you new here and curious about our concrete counters? Read all about the Ardex Concrete Countertops.

A simple corner with wood tones and my staple Market bag.

Copper is always a fav of mine for the Fall season. It brings warmth into the home but in a vintage way!

Please do not follow these directions for Pumpkin Pie ,I left a few ingredients out ; )

You can make your own Butcher Paper Holder with this tutorial though.

Onto our moody dining room table. I tried adding color in here, but ended up going for neutrals and coppers with a moody setting. For some reason the Fall season always makes me go for a more dramatic look. I like a moody palette and it works best with metallics and wood tones.

Our living room just got a makeover a few months ago and I am loving the new furniture layout and European Farmhouse Look. 

Add some cozy layers to the sofa, for a Fall look.

Found this picture also at Kirklands for a steal of a price $30! It fit the neutral color scheme in here perfectly and was just what I needed on that bare wall…not to mention it has a fall feel without being too “fall-ish”

One of my other favorite finds at Kirklands was the magnolia picks that I created a garland with under our TV. The perfect look for a Farmhouse Fall Tour.

Thank you all so much for stopping by my “Farmhouse” Fall home tour. It was a pleasure working with Kirklands on this post, as well as the wonderful bloggers who tours you’re all going to catch next. Enter the giveaway (even if you have never won anything EVER) there is always a chance!!! I’m excited for you!

Also, stop over at the next house on the tour The Fat Hydrangea, you’re going to love Sara’s home!

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Magnolia Wreath

Magnolia Picks (found in store)

Assorted Pumpkins

Large Artwork-in living room (found in store)

Small Cotton field canvas (kitchen)

Cake Stand (found in store)

Market Bag

Seeded Eucalyptus

Bread Box

Dining Room Chandelier

White Dishes


Napkin Rings

Coffee Table




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  1. Deb, what great fall decorating. I love how you combined different elements ~ pumpkins, mugs, pictures ~ into a seamless design. Thanks so much organizing the Fall Home Tour blog hop. I can’t wait to see everyone’s decorating.

  2. Deb, that gorgeous black wall gets me each and every time! LOVE the moody look of your dining room and that bright and welcoming front porch! Everything looks SO cozy!

  3. Wow.. absolutely beautiful, Deb. I am in awe! I love every single thing about your space! I also love your paper towel holder, lol. As I am browsing Kirklands, of course I want everything I see.. but I really love this Rustic Antique White Farmhouse Mirror! This would be a blessing. My Nana passed away last year and left me her older home. It needs a lot of work but this would totally help me with some decor for the home. As a college student, monies get tight as I don’t have my degree yet. Can’t wait to see upcoming posts of yours! xo

    1. Starla, I wish you all the best with your home. I say a little at a time, and buy only what you love. It will all come together. thank you so much for your sweet comment and stopping by!

    1. Thank you so much Jenna! That means so much! Today, is def a good day for a cup of tea and curling up for a movie. I think I may go and light some candles : )

    1. Thank you so much Ann! That is so sweet of you. It’s going to be a great week…looking forward to it all!

  4. Beautiful as always my friend! I just adore that little chalk board corner in your kitchen. I love seeing what you do with it each season!

    1. Thank you so much Beth, that seriously just made my day! I am so glad you joined me on this tour, it has been a blast!

    1. Thank you so much Leen! I am with ya on that. I always get stuck between dramatic and moody and bright and airy.

  5. Ok, so I think I just exploded Pinterest with all my pins from your home tour. Well done, my friend! The figs, the copper, the feathers, everything was perfect. Thanks for organizing this entire blog hop, you did a great job. xoxo

  6. Your home is beautiful! I noticed all of the subtle pops of texture and it really adds so much interest and character. I like how you have used wood cutting boards throughout your decor. The wood with your charcoal grey is beautiful. Thanks for sharing.

  7. For the longest time I wasn’t getting your blog posts in my inbox anymore; actually let me rephrase. I’m still not getting them for some reason but thankfully you started sending the emails recently notifying us of blog posts and directing us to your blog. I’m so glad you started doing that because I would miss so many posts. With that said I’m glad you like Kirklands as much as I do! They have some of the cutest and budget friendly things. I just took a peek at their website and one of the things I came across that I really like right now is the Kindness Plate Cake Stand. What a cute idea to “bake” it forward.

    1. Yayyy!!! Rebecca, I am so glad to have you subscribed here and following along. I am not quite sure what was happening to my emails, but I am so glad I got it all figured out. Love Kirklands cake stands…I was just in my local shop again last night browsing. : )

  8. This is my first time ever stopping by your blog, I found it from Kendra’s fall home tour. Oh gosh, what a beautiful home you have! I love magnolia wreaths and those concrete countertops in your kitchen are so pretty! I also love that butcher paper roll, so much that I had to pin it! I decorate my home in neutrals, too, so of course I loved all yours!


  9. I love your new door! and the magnolia wreath for me is timeless. thank you for the inspiration

  10. Deb, your home is gorgeous! I love everything from the wreath to your beautiful, cozy dining room. I’m so glad to be apart of this home tour with you!

    1. Hi Nancy, Thanks so much! Nope not a Kirklands rep. They just opened one about 20 mins from my house, so I love browsing their new store. I’m with you I love thrifted and vintage items. It’s hard for me to say, but I think vintage items are more expensive in my area then some home decor stores. I live in I’m not sure if it depends on where you’re from. Either way a mesh of new and old is the best way to achieve a Farmhouse look.

    1. Hi Kendra, Yes! I used weathered oak. But it came out different one my door then I have used it in the past.

  11. Where did you get your beautiful door?? We have just purchased a home we will be renovating and it is exactly what I picture!

    1. Hi Sarah, thank you so much! I bought it from a local shop in NJ called door emporium. I’m not sure if they are a chain or not. I hope that helps.

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