Fall Home Tour & Harvest Decorating #CBHomeTour
Here’s the thing about blogging, it’s addictive. And so is styling up pretty little areas of the house. Over the years my fall decorating has definitely increased and this year is no exception! It’s definitely my most decorated fall so far.
Which is why I am so excited to join in with dozens of other Canadian bloggers from coast to coast on a Fall Home Tour showing off our prettiest, pumpkin-iest places and rooms. Oh yeah! I’m taking part in the Canadian Bloggers Home Tour this week! Each day, a new group of Canadian bloggers will be sharing their Fall decor. Visit each home tour by following the links on the days at the bottom of this post.
If you’re new to Heather In Heels, thanks so much for stopping by:) I’m Heather and I hope to inspire you to pick up a paint brush, power tool, or glue gun and make your home your own. From a hot pink living room, to a bold navy master, I’m busy making our century house a unique home. Be sure to follow along on Facebook too!
Let’s get to the Fall Home Tour! Here’s what I got up to. What y’all think? Be sure to comment here or over on Facebook to let me know:)
We all know how much I love our hot pink living room. The bold background with black framing on the fireplace and above the mantle provide a fun canvas for all decor. I love the pink with all the copper and burlap.
As soon as the dining room buffet got transformed last year I knew I would enjoy having another ‘mantle-like’ surface to decorate. All the vintage windows turned mirrors add a nice neutral backdrop that still makes a statement.
I love the witch hat! I glued some burlap ribbon to it, tied a bow, and added some carnations I spray painted black. The perfect ‘fall wreath’.
The little strand of skull lights I found at the dollar store and just love! I ‘buried’ the skulls in some floral moss, which adds a nice green during the day and is a fun little light up treat in the evenings.
These corn cobs were a last minute addition I picked up at our local veggie stand the other day. The great colour of the corn kernels, the texture of the husks, and the copper pumpkin all just make me happy. Plus, nothing says fall harvest in Ontario like corn! Sitting on the vintage ice box/fridge in our kitchen they dress up that corner of the house nicely.
One of my favourite lines from one of my favourite songs has been on the chalkboard for months now and it really does capture the fall harvest season as we start to gather more with friends in cozy places in front of the fire.
Be sure to check out all the beautiful things Canadian bloggers have done to their homes by clicking on the links below all this week.
I’d love to hear what inspired your fall or harvest decor this year, let me know in the comments below or stop by Facebook.