Fall Home Room Tour and Blog Hop

September 29, 2016

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Good morning and Happy Fall! I’m so excited to be a part of this big group of Canadian Bloggers that are sharing how they’ve styled their homes for the Fall season. Autumn is my favourite time of year and it’s fun to bring a little inside. For me, Fall always marks the time of year for new beginnings, and a time to freshen my mind with new goals for the future — it’s also the perfect time to freshen up the house with a new look, so I hope you’ll take my Room Tour and get inspired to tackle your own space, and have a little fun! #CBHomeTour.

FALL ROOM TOUR! One blogger's Autumn house tour using blacks, and reds, and simple touches to bring a little outdoors in. Buffalo check table runner and large lighting fixture in the dining room, banana leaf chairs, DIY artwork. Tablescape with apples and custom vinyl cut-out.

Let’s start with the Dining Room Tour. After our big home renovation, it was so fun to style this space for the first time — and imagine the big family dinners we’ll be able to have here. It is definitely a place to gather together.

FALL ROOM TOUR! One blogger's Autumn house tour using blacks, and reds, and simple touches to bring a little outdoors in. Buffalo check table runner and large lighting fixture in the dining room, banana leaf chairs, DIY artwork. Tablescape with apples and custom vinyl cut-out.

Custom vinyl cutout on wood for the perfect Fall table setting. Autumn home room tour!

This pretty wooden pot holder was a find from HomeSense, and I added the “gather” text using a custom vinyl cut-out. I love the pop of red — a subtle theme for the dining room.

Fall table scape and room tour. Buffalo check DIY table runner. Black and red decor for Fall.

I also sewed up a quick table runner using the same fabric I used for the underside of my thrifted dining pendant light. (Can you believe that sucker was eight dollars? A little black spray paint and buffalo check fabric fixed it right up). I love love love the hit of red zig-zag thread on my new table runner for Fall!

Canadian Home Bloggers Fall Home Room Tour! Table scape with apples, and custom black and red touches. DIY oversized canvas art, and DIY pendant shade with buffalo check fabric!

The black buffalo check fabric, black pendant lighting, and my DIY black oversized canvas painting really play off each other in the best way. The hits of red really pop!

Fun Fall Home Room Tours! Part of the Canadian bloggers Autumn Room Tour! Red and black table scape with DIY touches and lots of ideas for bringing Fall into the home!

Gifted napkin holders in various shades of red, orange and yellow give that Autumn vibe. Simple but lush linen napkins add that touch of easy-going class, perfect for a big turkey dinner.

Fall Home Room Tour! Dining Table settings with banana leaf chairs, Black DIY artwork, custom vinyl decor and table runner. Buffalo check fabric.

I love the gold wire-framed hurricane candle. It adds some height and dimension to the table setting without taking up too much square footage. And, gold is always a favourite of mine for any holiday setting.

FALL ROOM TOUR! One blogger's Autumn house tour using blacks, and reds, and simple touches to bring a little outdoors in. Buffalo check table runner and large lighting fixture in the dining room, banana leaf chairs, DIY artwork. Tablescape with apples and custom vinyl cut-out.

My simple but pretty china pattern plays off the greys and blacks perfectly and allows all the red and extra colour to shine.

FALL ROOM TOUR! One blogger's Autumn house room tour using blacks, and reds, and simple touches to bring a little outdoors in. Buffalo check table runner and large lighting fixture in the dining room, banana leaf chairs, DIY artwork. Tablescape with apples and custom vinyl cut-out. "Gather" custom wood centre-piece.

Apples are just the most perfect and easy way to add a fast splash of colour where you need it, and there’s a good chance you have some in the fridge already for that centre-piece in a pinch! Just grab your prettiest bowl and fill it up with those luscious apples. Super easy!

FALL ROOM TOUR! One blogger's Autumn house room tour using blacks, and reds, and simple touches to bring a little outdoors in. Buffalo check table runner and large lighting fixture in the dining room, banana leaf chairs, DIY artwork. Tablescape with apples and custom vinyl cut-out. "Gather" custom wood centre-piece.

I found some laser-cut, black vinyl placemats at one of my favourite local gems, Chintz and Company. I just couldn’t leave them behind — they are the perfect counter-part to our custom iron hand-rail.

FALL ROOM TOUR! One blogger's Autumn house room tour using blacks, and reds, and simple touches to bring a little outdoors in. Buffalo check table runner and large lighting fixture in the dining room, banana leaf chairs, DIY artwork. Tablescape with apples and custom vinyl cut-out. "Gather" custom wood centre-piece. Circular wood mirror and warm tones.

Just beyond the dining area, at the top of the stairs you are greeted with our sideboard. This piece of furniture has been with us for our entire marriage, and was one of the first large pieces of furniture we ever bought together… for ten dollars at a garage sale! You can see it’s makeover here in one of my very first blog posts ever! 

Ceramic hen, circular wood slat mirror, christmas cactus, backgammon board, real birch tree brances. Fall Home Room Tour decor with Canadian Bloggers.

I brought out our old Backgammon board that we bought during a trip to Turkey. The mother of pearl inlay and the dark wood add an instant warmth. I like the play against the vibrancy of my Christmas cactus plant.

Ceramic hen, circular wood slat mirror, christmas cactus, backgammon board, real birch tree brances. Fall Home Room Tour decor with Canadian Bloggers.

A free trip to the backyard produced some pretty birch tree branches. ALWAYS visit your backyard for Fall decorations, you’d be surprised what you have hiding back there.

Ceramic hen, circular wood slat mirror, christmas cactus, backgammon board, real birch tree brances. Fall Home Room Tour decor with Canadian Bloggers.

Of course my favourite white ceramic hen needed to make an appearance. The side board cabinet was the perfect spot.

Ivory sideboard dresser, ceramic hen, circular wood slat mirror, christmas cactus, backgammon board, real birch tree brances. Fall Home Room Tour decor with Canadian Bloggers.

It such a welcoming moment at the top of the stairs. The oversized wooden framed mirror has always been a bit of a statement piece and pairs perfectly with just about anything I throw at it.

Hexagon inlay kitchen backsplash tile with white subway tile surround. Chimney hood fan. Fall home room tour. Acorn details and teal and yellow accents. Two tone kitchen cabinets.

I kept it simple in the kitchen. A tea towel switcheroo is a must! And I found these acorn tea towels at HomeSense for around $6.99 for a pair. I think its good to toss in a couple fun elements that just make you happy when you touch them!

Hexagon inlay kitchen backsplash tile with white subway tile surround. Chimney hood fan. Fall home room tour. Acorn details and teal and yellow accents. Two tone kitchen cabinets. Samsung front knob oven.

And, wouldn’t you know it. The acorn became a bit of a theme in the kitchen. This little white acorn container was calling my name!

Hexagon inlay kitchen backsplash tile with white subway tile surround. Chimney hood fan. Fall home room tour. Acorn details and teal and yellow accents and tea towels. Two tone kitchen cabinets. Samsung front knob oven.

That adorable little acorn sits atop our island with the most perfectly teal table runner. A few gourds and fall bits and bobs are contained in a simple wooden tray. The perfect touch of Autumn without getting in the way of our serious kitchen business.

Hexagon inlay kitchen backsplash tile with white subway tile surround. Chimney hood fan. Fall home room tour. Acorn details and teal and yellow accents and tea towels. Two tone kitchen cabinets. Samsung front knob oven. Urban Barn dish set.

It’s funny how you can be attracted to the same colour palette over and over again without really planning it. Can you spy my perfectly matched dishes on the shelf on our kitchen island? This was totally unplanned but a nice surprise.

Hexagon inlay kitchen backsplash tile with white subway tile surround. Chimney hood fan. Fall home room tour. Acorn details and teal and yellow accents and tea towels. Two tone kitchen cabinets. Samsung front knob oven. Urban Barn dish set.

That precious little jar isn’t just for looks. I like to keep things functional, especially in the kitchen. I’m currently hiding my peppermint tea inside. A Fall-time staple, and it gives off the most amazing scent every time I open that adorable acorn!

Hexagon inlay kitchen backsplash tile with white subway tile surround. Chimney hood fan. Fall home room tour. Acorn details and teal and yellow accents and tea towels. Two tone kitchen cabinets. Samsung front knob oven. Urban Barn dish set. Tea bag holder.

There you have it — my touches of Fall Room Tour! A nice switch for the season without being overly complicated. A room tour with a little colour and a little function — and a lot of fun for me!

Custom vinyl decal on top of wood slice pot holder. Gather for Thanksgiving. Fall Home Room Tour.


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Canadian Home Bloggers Fall Home Room Tour! Table scape with apples, and custom black and red touches. DIY oversized canvas art, and DIY pendant shade with buffalo check fabric!

I’m taking part in the Canadian Bloggers Home Room Tour this week! Each day, a new group of Canadian bloggers will be sharing their Fall decor. Visit each home room tour by following the links on the days below.

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Monday

Northern Style Exposure
Clean and Scentsible
Amidst the Chaos
Heather In Heels

Tuesday

The Happy Housie
Satori Design for Living
Love Create Celebrate
A Pop of Pretty

Wednesday

PMQ for Two
Brooklyn Berry Designs
Rambling Renovators
Kim Power Style

Thursday

The DIY Mommy
Vin’yet Etc.
Home To Heather
Fresh Crush

Friday

Life is a Party
A Pretty Life
This Little Estate
Suburble

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  5. Jennifer

    I have to say this is a real art, Jen. You really have talent in decoration. And do you love apples? If you do, look like we have something in common ;) . Anw have a great October!

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  9. Heather

    I’m also in love with the acorn tea towel! You have so many lovely little touches everywhere. And thanks for reminding me to go hunting for sticks. I had a vase of sticks out last year and it was one of my favourite things! It’s silly but they really do look amazing.

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  10. Heather

    this is so welcoming:)! I love the little hits of red and gold mixed with wood – just a great combo! totally crushing on that acorn tea towel…off to Homesense I go:)

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  11. Shauna

    It looks fantastic, Jen! I bet you’re like us where you’re happy to have a space free from dust and clutter after a major renovation. Being able to set a pretty table is a real treat. So much to be thankful for this year, for sure!

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    1. freshcrush Post author

      Exactly! You hit the nail on the head. It’s been all about construction and flooring and dust… it’s nice to touch the pretty things again, even on a smaller scale. Looking forward to the upcoming holiday dinners and having a little fun. So much to be thankful for… thanks so much! :)

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  12. Ariel

    I love that you’ve gone “classic” with the red, but that the rest of your palate is mostly black and white! It’s modern and fresh, and I love that about your style :)

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  14. Laurie @ Vin'yet Etc.

    Oh Jen I simply love your elegant style and the ol’ tea towel switcheroo made me lol, it’s so true though you should have elements in your home that make you smile! I can just imagine your newly styled dining room filled with family waiting for the feast!

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    1. freshcrush Post author

      You are the sweetest Laurie! Haha.. I love the easy whimsy tea towels can create. I’m surprised I don’t have an entire linen closet full to the brim with just tea towels — I’m showing restraint. :) I can’t wait for our first true big dinner in the dining room. Time to start making memories in this new(ish) house of ours!

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