A North Georgia Fall Home Tour


Happy first day of fall! Actually, I thought September 20th was the official first day until just now when I saw that technically, fall begins in two days on September 22nd. But, I’m going to pretend like I didn’t just look it up and don’t know any better. Fall has hit our house hard, regardless of what the calendar (and weather) are saying 😉 Snuggles under fur blankets have already commenced (with the AC still blasting, of course… we are in Georgia haha).

Prepping our home for fall has been a labor of love. Emphasis on “labor” 😉 I’ve sprinkled little bits in most every room of the house in anticipation of inviting you in for my fall home tour today. As a bonus, I have linked to just about everything in every room on the tour at the bottom of the post. There are a lot of changes since this summer and since last fall’s home tour (HERE) so I’m excited to usher you in to take a look around! The first to welcome you is Mister (check out the bottom left sidelight 😉 ).

The Front Porch

Last fall, I went all green and white on the front porch. And, I loved it. But, when Dave showed up with a pair of grocery store jack-o-lanterns on Halloween because he “didn’t want trick-or-treaters to be confused on whether or not we were participating in Halloween”, I decided to go a more traditional route this year. We took a day date to Burt’s Pumpkin Farm in north Georgia to load up on pumpkins. After flooding the steps with our key finds, the cherry on top was locating two strands of leaf garland, stuffed in an old fall bag in the basement. Because my burgundy mums haven’t popped just yet I’ll be sure to share as soon as they do. They are just now starting to peep their heads out. Each year, Costco is our go-to for mums; they are HUGE, last FOREVER, and are a killer deal.



I also went with a more traditional color with less traditional leaves on the front door. To me, magnolias are the south.


The Formal Living Room

Just inside the front door to the left, our formal living room is made up in hues of gold. I played off the metallics already adorning the space and fought my instinct to do something totally unnatural… like go on a hunt for white leaves (haha).


Do you have a chunky knit scarf from American Eagle, circa 1998? Mine wound up in my ottoman basket tray to add a little “cozy” because… well, why not? I also brought in one of the huge lanterns I talked about recently in my fall wedding post (HERE); I have been looking for a tree/large plant to fill this corner space but I think I may like this big ‘ol lantern even more through the cooler months.


I hauled out some pumpkins and gray velvet pillows from “the closet” to complete the autumn vibe in this room. By complimenting what I already had going on in here, I was able to up the cozy-factor for the season with little effort.



Guest Bedroom #1 | AKA “Nan’s Room”

Through the french doors, I assembled a few black, white, and gold welcome pumpkins in a dresser vignette for guests in “Nan’s Room.”



I fell in love with these leaves immediately; is it ok to leave these up year-round? Maybe hang some Christmas ornaments from the branches? I struck out at Hobby Lobby this year but was able to lock these down at Michael’s. During the cooler months, I have two extremes going on- lots of metallics and mercury glass, but on the other end of the spectrum, a lot more natural finishes. Something I love about this room is it shows how two different styles – i.e. the casual woven basket tray and the more formal, contemporary Greek key ottoman – can come together in harmony.


The Entryway

A quick look back across the entry into the dining room…


… where you’ll find my “less eager” host, napping under the table.


The Dining Room

I have a dedicated post on this fall table coming next week so for now, I’ll give you just a quick peek 😉


Ok… one more 😉 And that’s all I’ll say about that. For now.


The Kitchen

This fall, my kitchen centerpieces will be dedicated “bowls of the season”. Lots of pears, lots of apples… I will still be bringing in flowers regularly, but during the fall and winter, I like to turn to easy, casual displays. (Think branches from the yard and produce from the grocery store.)





The Breakfast Nook

Instead of last year’s steel-y hydrangea wreath, I opted for this golden number from HomeGoods. The arrangement on the table was my first assemblance of fall florals a couple weeks ago. I had fully anticipated that they would be dead by fall home tour time but they are still going strong!


I used this floral foam inside my soup tureen  and displayed the arrangement on this Skyros cake stand to go along with the white stacked cake stand theme happening on the buffet.


I didn’t plan to leave my summer granny smiths but after I mixed in a few over-sized acorns, it just seemed to work. I also fought my natural instinct to cover this space in “all the pumpkins” and kept it simple with two coordinating glass white and gold specked guys I had from last year.



Another one of my humongo wedding lanterns has a permanent home in the corner of our breakfast nook.


For you readers who have been with me since the beginning, you may recognize these leaf placemats and napkin rings. They first made an appearance last fall in my first fall tablescape. Since I went a different direction in the dining room this time around, they made themselves at home at the kitchen bar.




The Great Room

Now that we are creeping back to the center of the home, I’m excited to share my favorite space this season. Last year, I used navy and gray exclusively in the great room. This year, I was looking forward to bringing in some plum and velvet.



Willa Skye Home took my navy and plum dreams and made them so much better than I could have planned. I worked with Kristie who started coordinating fabrics together based on my initial selections, sent me several combinations, cord trim ideas, and even took a photo of my sectional and created a mock-up with colors and sizes. Last Friday was the definition of “happy mail” when all my covers arrived. Yes, I have the navy and plum velvets but Kristie suggested some lavender and silver animal print which I probably wouldn’t have thought of. She added an elegant cord to both the lavender and champagne covers.


All the pillows she created are available on her site; I have listed the sizes of the covers in my living room and have linked to them below.


Navy Velvet (20×20 on sofa; 12×8 on wing backs) | Plum Velvet (20×20) | Zebra Palm (18×18) | Glisten Orchid (18×18 w/ cord trim) | Glisten Champagne (14×24 w/ cord trim)  | Pelagos Haze (20×20) | Bengal Bazaar- Magenta (12×16)



I initially thought I was going to leave my blue and white in this space. Unfortunately, I just wasn’t feeling it. In place of the two matching ginger jars, previously sitting on the top shelves of the built-ins, I added two large, matching silver pumpkins.




Here’s a close up of some of my new beauties 😉 This was my first experience with custom pillows and now having them, I don’t know what took me so long. The quality is impeccable.





I had planned to basically throw eucalyptus all over my house. Like, enough to feed 143 koalas for a week. But, as luck would have it, I scooped up the very last (and only) bunch from Trader Joe’s one day last week. I decided if I could only have eucalyptus in one place for now, it was meant to go in this big arrangement of hydrangeas and mums.


Pine cones are one of the most simple ways to say “hey, it’s fall!” or with a little “frosting”, “hey, it’s Christmas time!” I have a few varieties but the basic pine cones make their first appearance to commence autumn and hang around until after the New Year.



Just as I did in my formal living room, I mixed a few different styles and finishes in the photo below. From the pumpkins to the layered trays, don’t be fooled into thinking things have to match. Pull out your arsenal and start playing!


If you make your way upstairs, here’s a peek down into the great room below. While purple may not be considered a traditional fall color, get it in a velvet or fur and you’re set. Bring out the furry/fuzzy blankets to make them look even cozier.


The Master Bedroom

Next to the upstairs catwalk is the master bedroom; it received a mini seasonal face lift, too. I shared the simple secret on how I affordably transition my bed throughout the year HERE. Of course, this fall is no different.


I saved just enough stems from the main great room arrangement to sprinkle throughout the bedrooms.




Guest Bedroom #2 | AKA “The White Room”

Down the hall, I will likely be updating this guest bedroom a little more before the season is over, but for now, I was excited to make just a few simple additions to give our guests a little autumn flavor.


I used several of my Love Feast Shop plush pumpkins throughout the house. This little gold lambskin leather is my fav.


Our third guest bedroom still looks like a college dorm room but I have plans for that space in the next year. But, not before my office makeover which is in the planning stages. I will begin that journey on the blog starting October 6th. You heard it here first 😉


I have a lot of fun projects, makeovers, hops, tables, and stories coming soon. If you would like to stay up to date with all of them, you can sign up to get my emails delivered to your inbox. Another perk? My email subscribers receive a few exclusive goodies like advance fall sneak peeks, not shown in today’s tour 😉 If you had any questions as you made your way through the house, I have detailed source lists at the bottom of the post.


Thank you so much for stopping by today, on this “first day of fall” 😉 ; I hope you will come back. You can say “hi!” in the comment section below – leave me a note or leave a question. If this is your first time visiting, you can also check out some of my past seasonal tours under the “Home Tour” tab at the top of the page. Until next time, I’ll see you again soon, friends! Enjoy kicking off the season. Drink lots of apple cider, light the pumpkin candles, watch all the football, and take notice of all the beautiful changes around you.


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PillowsThatcher Wing Back Chairs | Table Lamp | Garden Stool | Blanket BasketQuatrefoil Mirrors Between Windows | Gold Foil Texas & Georgia State Art Prints | White Lidded Urn | Candle Hurricanes (SIMILAR) | Tree Art | Round Mirrors: World Market – no longer available (SIMILAR) | Wooden Tray: Pottery Barn – no longer available (SIMILAR| Coasters | Volcano Candle | Mirrored Console Table: HomeGoods (SIMILAR) | Log Carrier: HomeGoods (SIMILAR) | Sheepskin (SIMILAR) | Silver Rimmed Hurricane: Pottery Barn – no longer available (SIMILAR) | Console Table Lamps: HomeGoods (SIMILAR) | Oversized Tray | Mirrored End Table (Formerly Palais Collection) | Mirrored Coffee Table (Formerly Palais Collection) | Rug: HomeGoods (SIMILAR) | Alarm Clock | Pitcher: HomeGoods (SIMILAR) | Sofa: La-Z-Boy Aspen Collection | Fan: Progressive Lighting | Fur Throw: HomeGoods (SIMILAR) | Greek Key Throw | Gray Afghan: HomeGoods (SIMILAR) | Striped Throw: HomeGoods (SIMILAR) | Paint: Versatile Gray by Sherwin Williams | Flooring: Nottaway Hickory in Weathered Saddle


Greek Key Ottoman | Floor Lamp | Silver Garden Stool | White Garden Stool | Curtain Panels: (98″ in White) | Curtain Rod | Ottoman Basket Tray: Pottery Barn – no longer available (SIMILAR) | Chair | Pillow in Chair | Sheepskin: Costco (SIMILAR) | Tall Lantern: ZGallerie – no longer available (SIMILAR) | Table Lamp | Rug: HomeGoods (SIMILAR) | Apothecary Jars | Brass Candle Holders: HomeGoods (SIMILAR)| Sofa: Antique |Restoration Hardware French Casement Double-Door Cabinet in Black Oak Drifted | Side Table: HomeGoods (SIMILAR)| Baseket (SIMILAR) | Pier One Art – no longer available | Striped Pillows | White Pillows: HomeGoods (SIMILAR) | Gray Velvet Pillows: HomeGoods (SIMILAR) | Scarf: American Eagle (SIMILAR) | Sunburst Mirrors: Various Sources – (Similar HERE, HERE, HERE, HERE) | Quatrefoil Mirror | Wall Urchins | Paint: Versatile Gray by Sherwin Williams | Flooring: Nottaway Hickory in Weathered Saddle


Bar Stools | Marble Cheese Board | Wooden Paddle Board | Round Wood Wall Decor | Coasters | Pedestal | Ceramic Artichoke (SIMILAR) | Pedestal Bowl: HomeGoods (SIMILAR) | Candle Holders | Refrigerator | Cabinet Pulls: Pewter (SIMILAR) | Pitcher: Crate & Barrel – no longer available (SIMILAR) | Faucet | Stainless Cooktop | Stainless Steel Canopy Pro Style Wall Mount Range Hood | Paint: Perfect Greige by Sherwin Williams | Cabinet Paint: Unknown | Granite: | Backsplash: | Flooring: Nottaway Hickory in Weathered Saddle


Chairs | Table: Refinished (PROJECT HERE) | Chandelier | Curtain Panels: (98″ in White) | Curtain Rod | White Soup Tureen | Platter | Sideboard: HomeGoods (SIMILAR) | Candelabras (SIMILAR) | Ice Bucket | Wine Cooler | Wine Trough | Cake Stands: HERE, HERE, HERE| Espresso Cups & Saucers | Ceramic Vase (SIMILAR) | Mirror: Hobby Lobby | Tall Lantern: ZGallerie – no longer available (SIMILAR) | Artificial Apples | Paint: Perfect Greige by Sherwin Williams | Flooring: Nottaway Hickory in Weathered Saddle


Chairs – Linen | Bar Cart12-Light Chandelier | Candle Holders | Mirror: Homegoods – (SIMILAR) | Dining Table:  (84″ in Salvaged Brown) | Buffet: (72″ in Distressed White) | Curtain Panels: (98″ in White) | Rug: HomeGoods- Calvin Klein wool (SIMILAR) | Lamps: HomeGoods – (SIMILAR) | Napkins | Silver Tea Service: Family Heirloom – (SIMILAR) | Table Runners |  Waterford Padova China | Waterford Bassano China | Chargers (SIMILAR) | Pillows: HomeGoods | Church Painting | Water Lillies Art | Paint: Lauren’s Surprise by Sherwin Williams | Flooring: Nottaway Hickory in Weathered Saddle


Bed | Night Stands | Ruched Duvet Cover & Euro Shams – white | Belgian Linen Diamond Quilt & King Shams – Flax | Sheets | White Tray | X Benches (SIMILAR(SIMILAR) | Spencer Metal Dresser | Star (SIMILAR) | Rug: HomeGoods | Lamps: HomeGoods (SIMILAR) | Mirrors: HomeGoods (SIMILAR) | Decorative Throw Pillows: HomeGoods (SIMILAR| Curtain Panels: (98″ in White) | Striped Throw: HomeGoods (SIMILAR) | Paint: Versatile Gray by Sherwin Williams


Bed – Queen| Belgian Linen Duvet Cover & Euro Shams – white | Belgian Linen Diamond Quilt – white | Rug – 5×8 | Mirrored Brass Tray | Side Chair | Throw Pillows | Center Throw Pillow (SIMILAR) |  Curtain Panels: (98″ in White) | Lamps: HomeGoods (SIMILAR) | Bench: HomeGoods (SIMILAR) | Mirror: DIY Project | Night Stands: DIY Project | Fern Prints | Frames: Michaels – (SIMILAR) | Throw: HomeGoods | Paint: Alabaster by Sherwin Williams


Curtains | Curtain Rod | Bedside Table Lamp | Bed: Ashley Furniture – no longer available (SIMILAR HERE & HERE| Gold TrayRuched Duvet Cover – white | Quilt: HomeGoods | Round Center Pillow | Ruffle Euro Pillow Covers | Volcano Candle | Dresser: Rooms to Go – no longer available (SIMILAR HERE) | Mirror: HomeGoods | Lamps: no longer available | White Oval Mirror (SIMILAR) | Round Black Side Table: Target – no longer available | Paint: Versatile Gray by Sherwin Williams


Rocking Chairs | Urns (SIMILAR| Door Mat | Black and White Garden Stool (SIMILAR) | Magnolia Leaf Wreath: HomeGoods (SIMILAR)


White Floor Lantern | Table: HomeGoods | Bench: HomeGoods – (SIMILAR) | Pillow | Plush Pumpkins | Gold Mirror: Vintage – (SIMILAR) | Entry Rug | Glass Hurricane  (SIMILAR)

*Note: Post contains affiliate links and sources throughout the post. Where product is no longer available, a similar substitute has been listed. | Willa Skye Home gifted the pillow covers for my home tour; I truly ADORE them! 

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  1. 9.20.16
    Tamara said:

    I am serisously in LOVE. I think my favorite part is how light and airy it all is, even though it’s Fall! You have hit every detail spot on! I can’t pick a favorite…if I had to, those living room pillows are outstanding and what a fabulous color combination! I want to see more of them!! Such a gorgeous tour, Kelley, I just wish I could see it in person!!

    • 9.20.16

      Tam, thank you so so much for visiting first thing! You are the best, my sweet friend!! xoxo- wish we could sit on the porch together with an early morning coffee 😉 (just not a tiny, $20 pot)

  2. 9.20.16
    Margaret said:

    I absolutely love the plum, lavender, and navy accents in the great room! It made my morning to see the email announcing this blog post that I’ve been eagerly waiting for. I read it over coffee, but can’t wait to sit down with it again after work and go through all the shopping links!

    • 9.20.16

      Margaret, thank you so so much! I have been eagerly anticipation launch day so your sweet words just made my morning. Wishing you a wonderful day with a little pinch of fall 😉 xo

  3. 9.20.16
    Vicki said:

    Beautiful home tour! I love your new pillows and I think purple and lavender are the BEST fall colors because it can be found in southern sunsets at times! Your North Georgia home has me wanting to visit those beautiful mountains and feel the fresh fall air. This morning we can feel a little fall in the air and we are loving it!

    • 9.20.16

      Vicki, I love that and didn’t even think about it that way! Thank you so much for joining me today; I’m ready for a trip to the mountains, too! It’s starting to feel a LITTLE more like the season… slowly but surely 😉

  4. 9.20.16
    Bree said:

    Kelley!! I knew your tour would be nothing short of amazing!! So much thought and detail clearly went into every single space in your home and your pillow game is definitely on!!! Thanks for sharing your talents with us sweet friend!!! Now if I could just come and hang out with you at your fabulous fall home I would be so thrilled!! Xoxo ?

    • 9.20.16

      Bree, you are so sweet; thank you so much! Your pillow game is #goals so that of course, means a lot. I wish we could be together! SOON!

  5. 9.20.16
    Sofia said:

    I really love your style. Living in Sweden we tend to have a much more plain style, but I would just love to have a house like yours! Thank you for the inspiration!

    • 9.20.16

      Sofia, hello and thank you for stopping in from Sweden! I have never been but want to, desperately. Wishing you a wonderful day and I hope you are enjoying some fall weather over there!

  6. 9.20.16
    Wendy said:

    Oh Kelley, what a beautiful home tour. Love the gorgeous colours of your new pillows. Every detail is so perfect and well thought out. I loved seeing all the different rooms in one post, fabulous.

    • 9.20.16

      Wendy, thank you so so much! I am totally in love with those new pillows; I so appreciate you stopping in and sharing such sweet feedback! xo

  7. 9.20.16
    Haneen said:

    Kelleeeeyyyyyyy!!!!!!! This was impeccable! You know I love your photog skillz, girl! Just gorgeous!! LOVE your new pillows and your touches of old books of course! Kudos, sister! Can’t wait to see what you do next week!!! Xo

    • 9.20.16

      Haneen, you rock my sweet girl! I’ve had the old books for a while (in the same spots) but I don’t think I gave them the attention they deserve until now, maybe? I want to see more of YOUR home! And of course, your copper project!

  8. 9.20.16
    Marijean Jenson said:

    Wow ! So much goodness to view. That tour is a sit down and have a couple cups of coffee tour !

    • 9.20.16

      Marjean, I love that! And thank you so much! It was a sit down and have about 152 cups to pull it together so it means so much that you took the time to stop by! Wishing you a beautiful start to the season! xo

  9. 9.20.16
    Maria said:

    Kelley you never disappoint. This is so gorgeous! You have some special talent girl! I can’t pick a favourite, each and every room is filled with just the right amount of amazing!

    • 9.20.16

      Maria, thank you, thank you for coming by to pay me a visit! Now, if I could just pick up your ridiculous pool and plop it into my back yard… haha 😉 xo

  10. 9.20.16

    I LOVE YOUR HOME. Sorry for the all caps. I couldn’t help myself. You are so talented and every detail is perfect!

    Happy first day of fall!

    • 9.20.16

      KariAnne, thank you so much! I LOVE YOURS! And, it is definitely an “ALL CAPS” kind of love 😉 Happy first day of fall!

  11. 9.20.16

    Everything looks so beautiful! I enjoyed “touring” through your home! Thanks for sharing 🙂

    • 9.20.16

      Thank you so much for stopping by and for taking the time to leave such kind words. Happy fall!

  12. 9.20.16
    David Lopez said:

    Beautiful job baby! I love coming home to you and our perfect house!

    • 9.20.16

      Honey, thank you! YOU make our house a home. xoxo Now, come home! 😉

      • 9.20.16

        You already know I am jelly of your photog skills, amazing seasonal decor, and sweet, sweet southern charm. But a hubby that reads and comments on your blog??? I am in awe. 4 points for Mr. Lopez, what an amazing man you have! Now excuse me while I go show this to Ryan.

        • 9.20.16

          Linds!!! I’m defintely a lucky girl 😉 I have to excuse myself while I go show Mr. Lopez your latest projects. All. The. Time. hahaha You are the best xoxo

  13. 9.20.16
    Rhonda S. said:

    Great job as always. Your home feels very cozy and elegant. Nice balance to have.

  14. 9.20.16
    Tana said:

    Oh Kel – every room, every space is light and airy with fall goodness. I love how you don’t overpower a room and yet there’s still a TON of details. Beautiful girl!!!

    • 9.20.16

      Tana! Thank you so so much! I want to see more of your home details and progress!! Thank you for paying me a visit this morning xoxo

  15. 9.20.16

    Kelley, You are one talented lady! Everything is just perfection! Your eye for detail is impeccable and I absolutely love your non-typical color palette! It shows us that not everything has to be orange! So happy we’ve connected! Take care xoxo, Kathy

    • 9.20.16

      Kathy, you are wonderful! Thank you so much and I am too! Although, I loved the bit of gold/orange I did use so much, next year the inside of my house very well may look like the inside of a big pumpkin! haha

  16. 9.20.16
    Julie said:

    Hi Kelley, what camera are you using to take your pictures? Gorgeous blog and house!

    • 9.20.16

      Hi, Julie! Thank you! It is a Nikon D3200. I used two lenses- my regular kit lens and also a 50mm (1.4)

  17. 9.20.16
    Brenda Mayes said:

    You have a beautiful home. Thanks for inviting us in 🙂

    • 9.20.16

      Brenda, thank you so much for stopping by and for taking the time to leave such sweet words! Wishing you a wonderful start to the fall season!

  18. 9.20.16
    Mary Irby said:

    Perfection Kelley. Every room is stunning and your eye for detail is amazing. I also thought 9-20-16 was the first day of Fall!!!!

    • 9.20.16

      Mary, thank you so much! And you know what, if you did too, we will just pretend it is together. It totally should be!

  19. 9.20.16
    Kristin E said:

    Were you cabinets already white or did you paint them? Im debating painting our dark cabinets white but worried how they will hold up over time!


    • 9.20.16

      Kristin, in the kitchen, we chose that cream color with coffee glaze prior to them installing. I am not a painter so I would contract out for it. But, they hold up great!

  20. 9.20.16


    So, so glad I took the time to pop over today! I knew I would love every inch of your tour, and of course, I do! You outdid yourself! Love the subtle colors of Fall and how there is a touch in every room.

    Wonderful tour, wonderful photos, wonderful home.



    • 9.20.16

      Sheila! Thank you so much, sweet friend! That means so much that you took the time to visit and comment. So ready for it to FEEL more like fall!

      • 9.20.16

        Oh I hear ya! Last week it was in the 70’s and I was all giddy and excited! And now, 90’s and humid! Feels like Georgia:))


  21. 9.20.16
    Jennifer said:

    My goodness!!! You did an amazing job! My purple-loving heart is in LOVE with your new Willa Skye Home Pillows! You two made beautiful selections. Happy Fall my friend! I feel warmer already! (It’s actually a little bit chilly where I am today)

    • 9.20.16

      Jen, thank you so much! I love that several of us had purple on the brain this fall. And, I love them too!! I hope you are having a wonderful time with T- can’t wait to catch up later this week xoxo

  22. 9.20.16
    Kim Hazel said:

    Kelley you’ve done it again!! This song popped into my head as I was reading, “Everything she does is magic” and it’s true! Everything looks amazing and I love, love, love the purple velvet!!


    • 9.20.16

      Kim, you are amazing! I can’t wait to loop with you next week; I’m saving my table with my fav fall soup for then 😉 And, I am slightly obsessed with the pillows, too! haha

  23. 9.20.16
    Dawn ferster said:

    Kelley you are so very talented! Thank you for sharing your gorgeous home!!! Love it!!???

    • 9.20.16

      Dawn, thank you so much for taking the time to stop by for a visit! Wishing you a wonderful start to the season xoxo

  24. 9.20.16
    Nia said:

    Kelley you never disappoint! Love, love, love!!! I need your porch pillows! They are so pretty.

  25. 9.20.16
    Gretchen Thomas said:

    Oh my goodness…I love it all! From the gorgeous pillows to the AE scarf from the past, every detail is perfect! I must say, it is amazing you used what you already had to create a totally different look. Most of all, you have captured the true colors and beauty of Fall and you know how that warms my soul. Love you, my darling daughter!

    • 9.20.16

      Nan, thank you so so much!! You are the best. Can wait for thanksgiving ?

  26. 9.20.16
    Shree and Greg said:

    Simply beautiful…so proud of you and love watching your talents and gifts come to life. We can tell everyone …”I knew her when…” Continue following your dream – you’re beautiful and so is your decorating talent. So proud of you!

    • 9.20.16

      Oh my goodness!! Thank you so much for visiting. You are so sweet to say that; I hope everybody in the Martin crew is doing great. <3 I hope the weather is finally starting to cool?? Are y'all still having pool days?

  27. 9.20.16
    Kathy said:

    Kelley, Kelley, Kelley! so beautiful! Thank you for all the thoughtful details and love you poured into your Fall decorating! Especially love the glass pumpkins! Your home is elegant, yet cozy! p.s your “less eager host” napping under the table has my heart❤️Happy Fall,
    xo, Kathy

    • 9.20.16

      Kathy! Thank you so much!! And Penny has my heart too 😉 You are sweet to stop by and to leave me a note. Xoxo

  28. 9.20.16
    Keila said:

    Love it all so much, Kel! I love all the cutie little pumpkins that popped up in every nook! Thanks for the inspo!!!

  29. 9.20.16
    Edith Weldon said:

    You are so magical in your eye for color and light. I so adore it all! Especially the plum and lavender. I never thought of that color combo but will embrace it with some gold! Did you do the white pumpkins with the glitter on them yourself or bought them that way in the breakfast nook? So loved that look with the stacking of the cake plates, truly gorgeous. Your are so inspiring for all of us!

    • 9.21.16

      Edith, thank you! The lavender thought was thanks to Willa Skye Home; I wouldn’t have thought of it wither. I did not do the glitter; I purchased them at HomeGoods last year 😉

  30. 9.21.16

    Absolutely stunning Kelley! Every single detail of every single room! ???. And I was cracking up about the chunky American eagle scarf circa 1998. Why yes I do believe I have one of those and apparently I’m going to have to use it as fall decor now because that is an absolutely amazing idea ???. Thanks for letting us your your beautiful home!

    • 9.21.16

      Carissa! HAHA- yes!! I have a few more that I hung on to through the years that I will be hauling out also, I believe 😉

  31. 9.21.16
    Joni King said:

    Absolutely beautiful & cozy! Love the purple! And, I see that you have lots of wine…I’ll be right over! Hugs!

    • 9.21.16

      Joni, thank you so much for visiting. Yes, I am saving it all until you get here 😉 xoxo

  32. 9.21.16
    Keitris said:

    Such a lovely tour! I love that your home has so much natural light and you embrace that by incorporating decor that compliments it well. Great balance of color and neutrals in your home. Thanks for sharing with us!

    • 9.21.16

      Keitris, thank you so much for taking the time to stop by and for leaving such sweet feedback <3 Happy fall!

  33. 9.21.16

    Kelley! Wow! Now that is how
    You do a home tour!! You literally did not miss one detail. I am so inspired and impressed!! Can I be a house guests?! LOVE!!!!

    • 9.22.16

      Amanda, thank you so much for taking the time to visit with me! I LOVED your tour! You make it feel like fall in south Florida 😉 xo

  34. 9.21.16
    Shauna said:

    Girl, you had me at those new family room pillows! The color looks so good in your home! I just wish I could tour this beauty in real life! Beautiful just like YOU!

  35. 9.22.16
    Carmen said:

    Very inspiring, great house and decor. Thank you for sharing.


  36. 9.23.16
    Brandi Lane said:

    Kelley, Jennifer Waldrip shared your Christmas home tour last year and I fell in love with your decor and style! You are so very talented! I live in Cumming and my home’s layout is very similar to yours. Oh how I wish my home could look this beautiful!! I am so excited when you post your new seasonal changes! Simply beautiful.

    • 9.23.16

      Brandi, thank you so very much for continuing to check back in with me! Your home can absolutely be whatever you want it to be. I have so many thing I want to do/change/update but have to remember that a little here and a little there over time is what will get me there. Wishing you a wonderful weekend and thank you for taking the time to say “hi!”

  37. 9.23.16
    Rachel Woytek said:

    Absolutely stunning! Can’t wait for the dining room tablescape post! Would you mind sharing where you purchased the pumpkins that are in “Nan’s room” and in your kitchen? Thank you!

    • 9.24.16

      Rachel, thank you so much! Next Wednesday 😉 And absolutely- the pumpkins in Nan’s room were from Hobby Lobby last year (they tend to repeat so they may have them this year, too). In the kitchen, one is a ceramic pear (Hobby Lobby) and I believe the pumpkin was HomeGoods last year 😉

  38. 9.30.16
    Idelsy said:

    Everything looks absolutely beautiful- thank you for sharing!!!

  39. 9.30.16

    Absolutely E X Q U I S I T E.

    • 10.1.16

      Shannon, thank you so much!! I like doing easy and a little different this year 😉

  40. 10.2.16
    Kim said:

    Love Love your home and decorating !!!! My first time to your site can’t believe I hadn’t found it earlier. Every room is so inviting and beautiful . I want to re-do my whole house now. Thanks for sharing, I’ll be back 🙂

    • 10.2.16

      Kim, thank you so so much! I totally understand the feeling, too haha. Thank you for taking the time to leave me a note <3

  41. 11.1.16
    Erika said:

    Absolutely beautiful! I’d love to be able to do something so elaborate in my house, but I have no idea where I would store all of the decor items in the off-season. Do you have any storage tips?

    • 11.1.16

      Erika, I am a self proclaimed hoarder and am NOT the best person to ask. One of the contingencies of our new home is that it had to have a basement with lots of storage. So, I am lucky. One easy thing is instead of buying pillows, buy pillow covers and use the same inserts on all the pillows. Instead of buying a lot of faux pumpkins, go for some real ones. You will have to purchase each year but you can always change the look. Use decor you keep out year round (vases and pitchers) and just purchase seasonal stems. I hope some of those ideas help!

  42. 11.20.16
    Bubbly said:

    Hi Kelley Nan!

    How you you keep the white dishes and serving pieces all the same tone. I have always wanted to do all white serving pcs, but get all mixed up when I go shopping at different places.



  43. 11.21.16
    Ashley said:

    Hi Kelley,

    Your home is gorgeous! We have very similar taste 🙂 Thank you for providing the source for your master bedroom bed. I am considering ordering the same one. Would you mind sharing which fabric you chose to upholster yours in?

  44. 12.30.16
    John said:

    A big fan of the cream and gold color palette. I really like the area with the wing chairs. What for and fabric are the thatcher chairs?

    • 1.1.17

      Hi, John- they are the linen blend Oatmeal 😉

  45. 2.1.17
    Janet said:

    Hi Kelly, what a beautiful home! all details impeccable, may I ask what color are the Living room walls?

  46. 2.1.17
    Janet said:

    Actually it was the dining room walls as well.

    • 2.5.17

      Lauren’s Surprise is the blue. The breakfast nook is perfect greige 😉

  47. 5.23.17
    Brittney said:

    Beautiful! I’m building my dream home right now and am getting excited about decor when I found your blog-great job! Where did you get your sectional in your great room? Do you know make/model and if it’s still available?

    • 5.24.17

      Brittney, thank you so much and thank you for visiting with me! It is from the Aspen Collection from La-Z-Boy but my fabric is no longer carried