Sharing all the fall home tour decor ideas from our farmhouse room by room with pictures.
Who’s ready for fall?
Welcome to this years Fall Home Tour!
Warning, I went a little crazy with my new camera & I am really excited to show you this years fall home tour pictures.
I finally feel like you guys can see what our farmhouse really looks like now!
I have been truly blessed to live in Pennsylvania where we get to enjoy all 4 seasons and the fall foliage here is amazing.
I also never need an excuse to redecorate my home, ha!
Fall Home Tour Decor Ideas Room by Room
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Fall Home Tour Outside
Coming down our driveway “aka” Lehman Lane we have this gorgeous red maple that has the most beautiful leaves.
The tree has not totally changed to red yet but below is one of it’s gorgeous leaves.
Our farmhouse used to be the tenant farmer’s cottage of a former turkey farm that has had many additions added to it since it was built in the 1800’s.
This is the 3rd fall here & we have slowly been fixing it up & making it our own one DIY project at a time.
Fall Front Porch with Pumpkins & a Red Entryway Bench
We have been working on having the front entrance stand out a little more and to do this we added a new red entryway bench & we painted the tall window red as well.
All of my pumpkins are from Trader Joe’s.
They have great prices & fun pumpkins.
Noting beats the look of “real” pumpkins to decorate with for a fall home tour.
Come on inside…I kept my fall home tour decorating very simple this year.
As I was getting ready to decorate my house for the fall, I found myself overwhelmed & stressed about getting out my fall decorations.
I had just finished reading Marie Kondo’s book, “the Life – Changing Magic of Tidying Up.” & I was completely inspired to start simplifying & de-cluttering my farmhouse.
While some of her thoughts about objects & possessions are different from mine (I don’t actually think about my socks having feelings but they do look happier in my sock drawer now 🙂 the book has inspired me to simplify what we do have & leave out more of what I love!
So goodbye went the fake light up pumpkins & silly Halloween decorations I used to display & I bought in real “nature” to decorate with instead.
God really is the best seasonal decorator anyway!
Our new built in entryway table really makes a huge difference to the feel of our foyer.
It’s the perfect spot to lay our keys & mail when we come in & I love that it doesn’t take up too much space.
Fall Family Room
Fall in our home brings football watching & cozy fires in our family room.
I also just recently spray painted our pellet stove with high heat black to make get rid of the gold accents & cover up the nicks & scrapes.
We love to all pile up on this big comfy couch from Restoration Hardware.
Even Moose, our labradoodle loves it.
I love fall home tour decorating with nature, pumpkins & maple leaves are the perfect fall accents:).
Pottery barn pillows are another favorite of mine.
You can always find great sales on seasonal decor in the off season.
If you are wondering what the deal with that apple is, it’s one of 2 apples we have from our 2 apple trees we planted.
We ate the other one, ha!
Fall Living Room
Back up to the steps to our living room where we love to have friends, neighbors & family over.
This fall I am finding that I like to display a lot under glass.
It’s such a simple way to display nature especially in the fall.
You have to be careful bringing nature in though.
I try to give my maple branches a really good shake after cutting them off my trees.
Last year I accidentally brought in a cricket… a smaller version of the one we have on our living room mantel bought to bring our home good luck.
Our lucky friend was desperately trying to finding his cricket friend in our basement.
A good week went by till we were able to reunite & relocate them outside.
So I tried really hard this year to keep the critters outside this year.
Fall Dining Room
I also baked all the pine cones I used in my fall home tour decorating.
To make your pine cones critter free & have your house smell amazing click here for instructions.
I have some of my velvet pumpkins on my dining room hutch.
Fall Master Bedroom
I am only sharing our master bedroom in the fall home tour because we are still very much working on the kids rooms.
Although, Tucker (our youngest) wanted me to tell you that he has a scarecrow in his room since he was disappointed I wasn’t taking pics of his room. 🙂
Every fall I look forward to turning on my oven again.
When it’s hot in the summer I loose almost all inspiration to cook.
Anyone with me?
But I love to cook in the fall.
Our kitchen bay window is the best spot to keep an eye on the kiddos riding bikes & playing in the yard & drawing with sidewalk chalk.
I love changing our old chalkboard with the seasons & the kids & I try to learn different memory verses or quotes.
Fall on the Kitchen Deck & Backyard
Our kitchen leads right onto our now private deck with our lattice fence.
We are very lucky to have this perfect shady spot to have meals & our morning coffee.
The kids and Moose love to run in our yard.
Believe it or not when we moved in this open area was covered with overgrown & crowded evergreens.
And of course one of my favorite fall things to do is to have fires in our outside fire pit.
Thanks so much for stopping by & taking the time to see our fall home tour! Happy Fall y’all!
by Tara Lehman
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