Fall House Tour

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on September 13, 2015

Fall House Tour | Indigo & Honey
The dining room is in transition, but I’m liking the simple decorFall House Tour | Indigo & Honey

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If you haven’t seen yet, I created a piece for you guys! Right now, I’ve stuck it in the dining room, though I plan to frame it. “Grateful” is a good message and reminder to all of us. If you’d like to download and print it for your home, check out this post.

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Fall House Tour | Indigo & Honey

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For the cooler months, I put away the coral pillows and pulled out my neutrals. The plaid pillow is from Pottery Barn a few years back (these are a pretty alternative). The rest are from Home Goods.House Tour | Indigo & Honey
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I’m still in love with the photo we were gifted by the family who built this house. There’s a full story about it here. Fall House Tour | Indigo & Honey

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I’m sneaking a couple photos in of a room I haven’t featured yet. This is our spare room upstairs. I’m currently using it as a dressing room, until becomes a nursery. I sit here to do my hair and makeup each day. The baskets and pouf are from HomeGoods.

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Fall House Tour | Indigo & HoneyIt’s pretty empty and uneventful, but has a few special pieces in. The dried flowers here are from our wedding. The jewelry box is from Bed, Bath & BeyondFall House Tour | Indigo & Honey

The geraniums below were done by mom! The darling teapot lamp is vintage, from a friend and the piggy mirror is from a local nursery and gift shop.Fall House Tour | Indigo & Honey

The bouquet on top of this armoire was my bridal bouquet. This room is where I work out, I leave my yoga mat out, to remind me to get moving! The armoire was a real find–it’s made by Ethan Allen but I got it at a local flea market for a steal!Fall House Tour | Indigo & Honey
Fall House Tour | Indigo & Honey

I sit here to do my hair and makeup each day. The baskets and pouf are from HomeGoods.
I sit here to do my hair and makeup each day. The baskets and pouf are from HomeGoods.

I sit here to do my hair and makeup each day. The baskets and pouf are from HomeGoods.

How do you change up your decor for Fall and Winter? Do you break out the holly and the autumn leaves or are you more minimal? Tell me in the comments below!

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8 Comments

  • Antonio

    Was that etched mirror always leaned up on the console in the dining room? It looks great there!

    September 14, 2015 at 2:14 pm Reply
    • Brittany

      No, we were going to hang it on the far wall, so you saw it on the floor when you came 🙂 Thanks!

      September 14, 2015 at 2:18 pm Reply
  • Carol Tyrer

    It is really coming along! Your home has such a great feeling to it!

    September 15, 2015 at 11:35 am Reply
    • Brittany

      Thank you!!

      October 6, 2015 at 1:27 pm Reply
  • abigail

    Britt, you are doing a wonderful job with your home and I love seeing the progress in your blog! I admire your style and ideas and have incorporated some of your thoughts and insights into changing up my own home décor with what I already have. You even inspired me to bring some of the ferns in my backyard inside for a continuing green touch as the cold sets in – this from a girl with no green thumb whatsoever. Keep up the good work!

    October 6, 2015 at 1:01 pm Reply
    • Brittany

      That is so nice to hear! I’m so glad you’re bringing in some green–you won’t be disappointed 🙂

      October 6, 2015 at 1:26 pm Reply
  • Layla

    I absolutely love your blog and gorgeous home! I’m so glad to have connected with you on ig! I’ll be a continuous reader for sure! xoxo

    October 26, 2015 at 3:45 pm Reply
    • Brittany

      Welcome Layla! Thanks for stopping by 🙂 I’m headed to your blog now

      October 28, 2015 at 1:14 pm Reply

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