Welcome! Meg from Green With Decor organized an amazing Fall home tour hop featuring tons of bloggers and gorgeous inspiration all week. If you are coming from my friend Iris Nacole, welcome. I’m sure you are still swooning over her beautiful home. Well, I hope you have your cup of tea or coffee ready. This will be our last home tour in this house. If you haven’t heard the news yet, we are moving from Okinawa to Iwakuni, Japan next month! I kept the Fall decor fresh and light this year with pops of red, pink, and blue for a non-traditional twist.
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Eclectic and Fresh Fall Home Tour 2016
Recently I bought a cute room heater to put under the faux fireplace surround in our foyer. I love the glow it emits (and I can keep the heat off!). I used some red books and artwork to pull in the Fall colors with my velvet pumpkins, brass deer, and feathers.
The larger urban art is an ink painting by New York Artist George Grammer. It’s my FAVORITE art piece that we own. The smaller watercolor my husband bought for me while he was deployed to the Republic of Georgia. I love that man for bringing me home local artwork as souvenirs!!
A geometric pillow carries over blue my office area and living room. I think it might go to my son’s room when we move. It has such a vibrant pattern.
My seasonal chalkboard sign finally got a new drawing with a hand drawn feather!
I usually don’t use reds in my decor but I snagged a cranberry color woven pillow cover on clearance and arranged with my DIY winter fur pillow and a floral on the couch to tone it down. Reds are growing on me!
Everything else else was repurposed from different rooms. It stays green all year here so my plants never seem to look out of place. 😉
My children wanted to decorate the coffee table and I was so impressed with how they arranged it, that I left it! Proud mama.
I found beautiful paper red sakuras to add to our aqua vase on the piano and displayed two more Georgian watercolors for more warm colors.
I’m going to miss our sun filled rental so much (and the ocean views) but I’m excited to experience four seasons again in Iwakuni. Not to mention a new place to put my thumbprint on!
Blue and White Geometric Pillow | Ceramic Deer Head | White Room Heater Stove | Red Linen Pillow Cover | Painted Autumn Blooms Floral Pillow | Round Wood Tray | Pheasant Feathers | Faux Fur Pink Pillow Cover
Next on the tour is another sweet friend of mine, Deb from Seeking Lavender Lane! Tell her I said hi!