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Kitchen and Dining Room Plum Fall Home Tour 2019

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Welcome to our plum fall home tour! This year I kept it sweet and simple with little hints of fall throughout. Come on in!

Are you excited that fall officially arrives this month? I am. 😉 I’m always happy to see this season roll around and all the fall home tours that come with it! Once again, I’ve teamed up with the lovely Marty from A Stroll Thru Life along with 29 other talented bloggers to share our fall home decor with you. This is one of my favorite tours to be in and I’m always so grateful to be included with such a talented group of ladies. If you are hopping over from House by Hoff, welcome! I just loved April’s fall home tour. 

So now that you are here, let’s get this fall home tour started. This year I decided to keep my fall decor pretty neutral except for the occasional pop of plum. I decorated with plum last fall and I loved it so much, I just couldn’t resist doing it again. 

Oh – I almost forgot – I have a surprise giveaway for you too! More on that a little later in the post. 😉 This post contains affiliate links.  First up, some pretty fall door decor.

Last week, I finished adding some fall touches to the front door.

When I saw this cute doormat, I knew it would be the perfect match for my outdoor rug. And it’s such a cute way to welcome you to our fall home tour!

fall home tour - hey there pumpkin doormat on striped rug with plum mum

A few cute lanterns filled with pumpkins, a little pop of color with a tiny plum mum and for now….the fall front door decor is done. I plan on adding more mums in a few weeks when I decorate the whole porch! 

If you are looking for new fall doormats and rugs for your front door, I have put together some great layered combos found HERE

fall front door decor, hey their pumpkin doormat, striped rug, black lanterns

SHOP MY FRONT DOOR:

Now on to my favorite room in this plum fall home tour, our kitchen.

The fall decor in here is pretty minimal. The main fall decor here is a beautiful eucalyptus and ranunculus centerpiece  I made for our kitchen island. It’s a great way to add a fall ‘feel’ to our kitchen without being overly fall themed. 

Placing this pretty floral next to the best smelling pumpkin candle I’ve ever had, is all the fall I really need! 😉 

fall home tour kitchen, gray cabinets, eucalyptus centerpiece, white subway tile
fall plum home tour with eucalyptus centerpiece, kitchen with gray cabinets

I also switched out the kitchen rug for a black and white striped design. Even though it’s such an easy change, it does give the kitchen noticeably different look. 

Welcome to our plum fall home tour! This year I kept it sweet and simple with little hints of fall throughout. Come on in!

fall home tour, kitchen with gray cabinets, black and white striped rug

I recently moved my money plant (I think that’s it’s name) into my kitchen. IT. IS. LOVING. this room. When I first brought this little guy home he was dropping leaves like crazy. He was down to just two leaves and now like at him! I think this is the most thriving plant I have ever owned. Even though this plant isn’t very fallish, I just had to show him off. 😉 

fall home tour, farmhouse kitchen sink, white subway tile

And yes, that is a little plum pumpkin. It’s a hint of what you’re going to see in the next room of the tour! 

money plant in kitchen, white subway tile

SHOP MY KITCHEN:

 

Now, let’s move over to the dining room.

The last stop on this plum fall home tour is our dining room. Sticking with that plum color theme, I got a little creative this year with my dining room table centerpiece. I gathered up twenty different pumpkins and painted them with an ombre plum effect. Then I finished the look with a touch of some eucalyptus. 

fall home tour dining room featuring plum

dining room table featuring ombre painted pumpkins, fall home tour, dining room

The stems even got a new look with a touch of gold paint! Since I used a bunch of different colors and styles of pumpkins, I wanted to still give them a cohesive look. By painting the stems a matching color, I think I achieved it.

fall home tour with ombre painted pumpkins, plum home tour, painted pumpkin centerpiece

These ombre pumpkins really steal the show in this room and I’m so glad I decided to go plum. Isn’t the saying. “Go plum or go home?” 😉

ombre painted pumpkins, dining room, fall home tour

SHOP THE DINING ROOM:

I hope you enjoyed our plum fall home tour! And as promised, I have a fun giveaway for you. One lucky winner will a Capri Blue Pumpkin Clove Jar Candle from Anthropologie. This candle smells so good and (I promise you) will instantly get your home feeling like fall has arrived! 

pumpkin clove jar candle giveaway

To enter just follow the instructions below….

Capri Blue Pumpkin Clove Jar Candle

And now, the tour continues on to Bree at ZDesign At Home. I’ve always loved Bree’s style and I’s sure you will too! Don’t forget to visit all the other tours later this week as well. You’ll find the whole Fall Home Tour lineup below…

Monday  Lineup

 

Tuesday Lineup

28 Comments

  1. I LOVE THE PLUM PUMPKINS! How beautiful!!! I would’ve never thought of using purple for fall but it just works!♥️

  2. Love the plum. Your kitchen is one of my favorites, but the plum centerpiece on the dining table is GORGEOUS and totally stole the show. Love, love, love it. Thanks so much for joining the tour again this season.

  3. Those pumpkins down the table are so wonderful!! Love the color you chose and their gold stems! I love your porch too!! So pretty! The rugs are amazing and so are the lanterns of pumpkins!

  4. Candles are my favorite way to make a house a home and to welcome all the new seasons. Sometimes I miss them in the summer as I live with my doors and windows open and now that I can start closing them up once again, it is candle time and that welcoming aroma wafting through our home. YES!

  5. I love your plum pumpkins. The idea of painting many in an ombre color is genius. It makes such a statement. Love your blog.

  6. We’re getting inspiration together for a kitchen remodel and we are definitely including the views of your kitchen from this blog post! We have similar “bones” to our kitchen and dining room- what you’ve done with the space is wonderful.

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