Today we are so excited to be partnering up with Joss and Main and several of our favorite blogging friends for the fourth fall installment of the Farmhouse Holiday Series. And Joss and Main is giving away a $500 shopping spree to one lucky winner (you can find out how to enter at the bottom of this post).
Month: September 2016
As much as I love fall weather, I wasn’t really ready for fall colors, especially this early in the season, so I was so excited to find a few light blue-green pumpkins the other day! I added one of those and a bunch of cut branches to the entryway and pretty much called that my early fall decor!
I’ve tried out this Gettysburg Battlefield print in a couple spots (the family room and here) and am still trying to decide where to leave it for fall, because I like it in both!
Last week we had the opportunity to spend two nights at a beautiful historic resort in Charlottesville called Keswick Hall. The hotel itself was beautiful and the grounds were spectacular. There were rows of beautiful hydrangeas both out front and in back and perfect roses blooming on vines that were crawling up the trellises out by the infinity pool.
At the back of the house, there is a hallway connecting the family room (which used to be Uncle Bob’s dining room off the kitchen; we put a table in the kitchen and use the rest of the space as a family room) to the living room. As with the rest of the house, he packed this space with storage potential!
Today in the third installment of the Farmhouse Holiday Series hosted by Ella Claire, we are going to be sharing our dining room decorated with a fall look that would also work well for Thanksgiving dinner! We were so thrilled to be working with our AllModern on this post.
I shared a couple of images earlier this week of our master bedroom and bathroom but here are the rest of them that I finally finished going through. The last couple of years we have used this plaid wool throw in our family room and dining room but this year I brought it up to our master bedroom and really loved how it tied some of the colors together in here and added a cozy feel.