Welcome to my fall seasonal simplicity home tour. If you have been around my blog for a few seasons you know this type of tour describes me perfectly. Simple is exactly how I like to decorate for each season. I usually take this time to do a little decor refresh of some sort instead of adding in lots of things I don’t need into my home.
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Today I am joining a group of bloggers, as I have each season this year with my spring laundry room makeover and my relaxing summer decor tips. This fun blog hop is hosted by House by Hoff and The Happy Housie. This tour is a look into my kitchen. Let’s go.
As I mentioned above, each season for me brings the itching to do a little decorating around the house but not just by bringing in items that I will then need to remove as the season then changes. It’s an opportunity for me to do something new around here that will last.
This buffalo check fabric I added to my kitchen chairs was the perfect touch. The fabric that was here before was beautiful but it wasn’t the look I was envisioning anymore. The blue color just wasn’t me. This was an easy and affordable change. You can see my full tutorial HERE if you would like to learn how to recover your own chair seats.
Then I added a simple center piece of the most perfect pumpkins ever. Those little white one’s were $1 each and the big blue one was $8.
One thing I love to do is serve my family. Like fresh bread. I didn’t spend all day baking bread but I did make it special for them anyway. This cheddar rosemary bread was bought at Costco and it is so good. Adding the touch of fresh rosemary from my garden was a pretty touch.
Keep that in mind as you work around your home. Take care of your family! Don’t just worry about making things pretty. Make them pretty and purposeful!
Thanks so much for joining me today. Today’s tour includes these talented bloggers. To see the full week schedule scroll on down.