Shabbilicious Sunday – Softer & Chic Fall Homes

Welcome to Shabbilicious Sunday.

Each week in this series, I share with you a visit to a home of one of our ‘shabbilicious’ friends.

It’s our chance to take a wander around a beautiful home, pick up some fabulous decorating ideas and maybe even pin a few DIY or crafting project tutorials.

Now that many of you are transcending into fall, I thought this would be the perfect time to gather some fall decorating inspiration for those of us who prefer a softer, chic decor style rather than the deeper neutrals and orange.

So, today we are visiting 8 beautiful homes of bloggers who have embraced a softer, chic decor for the early fall season. Please follow the links and PIN directly from their blogs.

 

Want to know how to create soft and chic fall decor for your home? Visit Shabbilicious Sunday at Shabby Art Boutique to see the 8 featured bloggers who have embraced this look for the early fall season.

 

Yvonne has eased into fall this year with a softer palette and a collection of fresh and hand painted faux pumpkins. This is just the first room… visit Yvonne at StoneGable to see the rest of her fall tour.

StoneGable is featured on Shabbilicious Sunday at Shabby Art Boutique. See how 8 fabulous bloggers decorate their homes using a soft and chic look for early fall.

 

Pop over and visit Janet at Shabbyfufu to get her tips for creating 3 different fall centrepieces, including this thrifted bowl filled with gorgeous pink sweater pumpkins. Janet has lots of tips and tutorials for adding chic touches to your fall decor.

Shabbyfufu is featured on Shabbilicious Sunday at Shabby Art Boutique. See how 8 fabulous bloggers decorate their homes using a soft and chic look for early fall.

 

At Blooming Homestead Marie has a neutral colour palette already, so she extends that into fall decor by adding in soft natural textures such as wheat and jute. Her fall tour starts right here in her beautiful entryway.

Blooming Homestead is featured on Shabbilicious Sunday at Shabby Art Boutique. See how 8 fabulous bloggers decorate their homes using a soft and chic look for early fall.

 

Julie also embraces the softer side of fall early in the season by using fresh flowers in soft muted colours together with linen changes and an array of pretty heirloom pumpkins. Visit Julie Blanner to see more of her gorgeous fall tour.

Julie Blanner is featured on Shabbilicious Sunday at Shabby Art Boutique. See how 8 fabulous bloggers decorate their homes using a soft and chic look for early fall.

 

At Hymns and Verses, Doreen added foraged natural elements like pheasant feathers, pumpkins, wood, wheat, and crab-apple branches to her decor for fall. Doreen’s fall colour palette this year centres around shades of plum, eggplant and berry. Don’t miss her lovely home tour at Hymns and Verses.

Hymns and Verses is featured on Shabbilicious Sunday at Shabby Art Boutique. See how 8 fabulous bloggers decorate their homes using a soft and chic look for early fall.

 

Kristen likes to keep her fall decor simple and natural by adding in picked branches and flowers from her garden. Visit Ella Claire to see the other textures and features Kristen has added to her fall home for 2016.

Ella Claire is featured on Shabbilicious Sunday at Shabby Art Boutique. See how 8 fabulous bloggers decorate their homes using a soft and chic look for early fall.

 

Keeping it natural and green at Vibeke Design with fresh picked apples made into an Autumn wreath. Vibeke has lots of amazing tips and inspiration for fall decorating, so be sure to visit her.

Vibeke Design is featured on Shabbilicious Sunday at Shabby Art Boutique. See how 8 fabulous bloggers decorate their homes using a soft and chic look for early fall.

 

Christy from Confessions of a Serial DIYer keeps her fall decor fairly neutral too. Don’t you just love her faux pumpkin flower arrangement. Get the full tutorial here and them be sure to check out her other 7 thrifty and neutral fall decor projects.

Confessions of a Serial DIYer is featured on Shabbilicious Sunday at Shabby Art Boutique. See how 8 fabulous bloggers decorate their homes using a soft and chic look for early fall.

 

All of these ladies have achieved a softer and chic decor style using natural elements and a lighter colour palette for fall.

Not everyone wants to use orange elements, especially early in the season, so I hope you have been inspired by these beautiful home tours and DIY’s.

 

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Happy Sunday my friends,

Hugs ~ Kerryanne

 

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Comments

  1. Thanks so much for including me with these very talented ladies! XO

  2. Dear Kerryanne:
    I love your Shabbilicious Sunday pieces and of course Vibeke IS everyone’s favorite, but I also loved the ladies whose homes are full of Tilda, Green Gate and Maileg. However, (and this is my very first complaint) I will not read blogs which are filled with ads. It is enormously distracting and–dare I say it–tacky. As I started to look at the 8 blogs you featured this week, I realized that many were chock full of ads. I want to escape from a constant flood of ads into a blog world of beauty, calm and class. Please don’t spoil your Shabbilicious Sundays by including blogs spoiled by ads with a few pretty pictures thrown in. Love, Linda

    • Hi Linda, I hear what you are saying about ads. I think we all find them distracting, but having said that I must also add… for many bloggers it is their full time job and to make ends meet they have to use advertising networks to bring in the pay check. If they didn’t, we wouldn’t have all these amazing blogs to read. It costs us money for hosting, tech work, taxes, insurance and to buy supplies to make all the pretty things you get free on blogs. The income has to come from somewhere, so yes, advertising is the necessary evil.
      I have very few ads on my blog and given this is a business for me, it severely reduces my income. So please look past the ads and see the amazing content these bloggers share for free.
      I always appreciate the time it takes to leave a comment and I sincerely hop eyou will continue to enjoy Shabbilicious Sunday each week… I have a gorgeous lady for you this week and I know you’ll love her style too!!
      Hugs ~ Kerryanne

      • Dear Kerryanne: Thanks for your thoughtful reply. I think your blog is the classiest in blog land. Yes, you have some ads, but they are usually from companies featured in the post–Tilda, GreenGate, etc. Their ads are beautiful. And I love your direct links to places like Amazon where I have bought many of your suggestions. So I am not against commerce and earning money. And I’m all for pretty ads in the shabbilicious style we all love. And I realize every blogger has to make the decision about including ads sooner or later. But if I am looking at a beautifully styled photo of a gorgeous home (hopefully with GreenGate and Tilda homemade things featured) I am shocked when a huge ad for Talbot’s or cooking oil pops up and keeps popping up. Let’s face it–cooking oil is not shabbilicioius! The ad pulls me out of the beautiful world created by you, Vibeke, all her Scandinavian sisters and a few others I have come to love on Instagram. I am an escapist. The drab world of plastic, fake wood and magenta walls does not call to me. I find Rooms To Go harmful to the soul. Your gorgeous magazine has a few tasteful ads, but they fit right in with your style. So I understand the need for ads and regular income, but I shall never support toilet paper ads and the like. I want toilet paper; I need toilet paper, but I don’t want it plastered across a farmhouse kitchen I admire. Thanks for letting me vent and keep up your glorious work. Love, Linda

        • lol… totally hearing you Linda and BTW… I promise you’ll never see toilet paper ads on Shabby Art Boutique 😉
          Thanks for always supporting and encouraging me on my journey. Big hugs from Australia xx

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