Hi friends!!! Happy Monday! We are just a little more than a week away from the official start of fall! I’m so excited!!!

With fall being right around the corner, it’s time to start adding all those cozy vibes to our homes, and what better way to get inspired than with a fall blog hop hosted by Marty at A Stroll Through Life. 30 different home (all linked at the bottom of this post) tours will be shown over the next 5 days!! I can’t wait for all the lovely inspiration!!!

If you are dropping by from Clean and Scentsible, welcome! I’m sure you were able to gather lots of inspiration from her beautiful home!!!

When styling my home for each season, I love to look to nature and bring in all those natural elements.

In my entryway, I have clipped a few fresh oak leaf branches and have gathered acorns that have fallen from the trees above.

This little gold squirrel adds a pretty touch to all the natural and rustic elements. You can click HERE to check out the tutorial on how I made this and two other lamps!

I love using the seed pods from golden rain trees in my fall decor. They add such beautiful color and texture to my mantel!

For my favorite hutch, I kept things simple with a big wreath, candles, and my favorite garland inside.

Click HERE to see how I made this sweet autumn garland.

Simple, subtle fall vibes on my table…

I’m sure you can tell that I’m LOVING these DIY candlesticks that I recently made. They were so easy to make and add such a lovely touch! Click HERE to see how I made them.

The shelves in my kitchen are always so much fun to add seasonal touches to! Here you’ll almost always find fresh flowers or fresh greenery of some sort.

And the other kitchen shelves…

Some people might think bunnies/rabbits should only be used for spring/summer, but I’m loving them for fall this year too!!

And the cutest and littlest transferware cup that I ever did see!!

In the family room, I have yet another bunny that I’m keeping out for fall.

I’m seriously considering leaving him up all year!! He is one of my favorite things!!

Just a few cozy vibes in my room as well….

Layers of cozy bedding, ribbons, throw blankets, pillows, candles, and fall flowers

The mantel in my bedroom also has simple, subtle fall touches…

I’m completley loving all the vintage books piled on the hearth!

Thank you so much for stopping by to see the fall touches that I have added to my home this year.

I am the last one on the fall home tour today, up next is the Southern State Of Mind. She and a few other will be sharing tomorrow, so be sure to go over and say hi!

And, make sure to come back each day this week to visit the other home tours (linked below). I promise you’re not going to want to miss all the inspiration!!!

A Stroll Thru LifeInspiration for MomsWorthing Court

Pink Peppermint DesignClean and Scentsible LeCultivateur

Southern State of MindThis is Our BlissCuckoo4Design

11 Magnolia LaneDecor to AdoreNoting Grace

Grace In My SpaceRemodelando la CasaWhispering Pines Homestead

Up To Date Interiors The Stonybrook HouseThrifty and Chic

CitrineLivingOur Southern HomeSouthern Hospitality

Hymns and VersesA Pretty Life in the Suburbs DIY Beautify

Golden Boys & MeStoneGable Quarters One

The Woodgrain CottageWhite Arrows HomeChalking Up Success

I hope you have a wonderful day!

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  1. Julia@Cuckoo4Dessign

    Such a lovely home with beautiful photography. I really enjoyed your tour!

  2. What a beautiful home tour! I love the mantle, the books and the bunny – yes, I think I would keep him up all year too. He’s so cute!

  3. Hi Em, I’m so happy to visit and tour your beautiful home! It’s so fun going thru all the pictures looking at all the details you always add. Those leaves and flowers are gorgeous and please keep those rabbits on display all year long. They’re darling!

  4. Oh my goodness! This is all SO beautiful! You have such a talent for styling vignettes. Thank-you so much for all of the fall inspriation.

  5. Emily – your home makes my vintage loving heart smile! Your collection of mirrors over the mantel are my favorite. And I’m a sucker for old books – you display them so beautifully!

  6. Emily this is such a gorgeous tour! I adore all of the lush layers. I couldn’t resist that cute gold squirrel myself!

  7. Stopping by from Marty’s blog. I really love your Fall decor. It is timeless. It is classic and elegant.

  8. It’s stunning!! Love the bunnies, gorgeous flowers, and so many layers and collections. Absolutely beautiful home!

  9. What a lovely home, it looks so cozy! The copper and brown accents are probably my favorite part. The area rug in your living room is gorgeous. I have a large rug in my living room as well, but with kids and pets it is always dirty… so I feel like it makes the rest of the room look not put together. I have even tried professional rug cleaners. How do you keep your rug looking so clean and nice?

    1. You’re so sweet!!! Thank you!! I make my kids take their shoes off when they’re inside, but my rugs still get so dirty. It’s hard to keep them clean

  10. Your tour was fantabulous Emily! I always love the colors you use against the white. They really pop and are so warm and comforting. Loved it all. Happy Fall!

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  12. I absolutely adore your decorating style!

  13. You have such a beautiful home! I love all of the natural elements you brought in. I have a million oak trees and acorns in the yard and it never occurred to me to clip those and bring them in! I know what I’ll be doing from now on! 🙂

  14. I LOVE your style! I love the books in the fireplace, your garland, your Fall colors and that you brought in some pink. It’s all so gorgeous! ~ Kristin | White Arrows Home

  15. I think you should keep the bunny picture up all year round too! We have a snow scene I keep all year long. I just love it that much, home is what we make it, and I love being surrounded by the things we love.

    1. You’re so sweet! Thank you!

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