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Fall Living Room Tour 2019

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Ready or not, fall is here! I'm not ready for it, but my house sure is :) Today I'm sharing my living room all decorated for fall. This tour is apart of a blog hop hosted by Heidi from Honey Bear Lane. If you are following the hop and came from The Ginger Home, welcome! And obviously "welcome" to everyone else too :) To continue on the hop or to see some more beautiful fall inspiration, be sure to check out all the links at the bottom of this post!
Chair: LinkLamp: LinkShiplap: TutorialMedia Console: TutorialBuiltin shelves: Tutorial
 I didn't change too much in here from my late summer tour since I was pretty happy with everything. But, of course, I added some fall touches in the form of pumpkins and faux wheat. When I bought this ottoman, my mom said, "That's perfect for fall! Looks like a pumpkin!" haha. I seriously have a problem looking at it differently ever since. So, I guess it fits in this tour perfectly wel…

How To Scent Your Home Without Wax, Flame, or Cords (Giveaway Closed)

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What if I told you there was a way to scent your home without the use of flame, hot wax, or harmful chemicals and air fresheners? I know. You would think I lost it. Or maybe that I'm doing essential oils now, but guess what?! Not that either! 

So, let me back up. I was touring the Parade of Homes last year and kept going into houses that smelled absolutely amazing. Like, yeah-I'm-just-going-to-plop-on-this-bed-for-awhile-and-I-don't-even-care-that-it's-corded-off-and-has-a-do-not-touch-sign-on-it type of amazing.  The scents were pleasant and not over powering. I was looking through the rooms and couldn't figure out how they got these smells in there. I was seriously thinking it was some weird new way through the vents. I didn't see any candles, wax melters, or diffusers. I found out that the amazing fragrances were coming out of this little device here:

It's called the AirMoji.So, how the heck do they do it? Right? It's …

Farmhouse Fall Dining Room Decor - Tour 2019

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It pains me to even write that title. Can someone tell me how in the heck did summer go by so fast? Am I the only one trying to hold on to every ounce of summer or feels like they are betraying summer for putting out fall decor? I'm just not ready...but the weather sure is! It's a high of 60 degrees here today. This was our low 4 days ago. When it's ready to be fall, I guess it's ready to be fall! :) Can't stop it. 

This tour is going to be the first of a few fall tours I'll be sharing with you this year. I have a video tour of this room and my process on behind decorating it at the bottom of the post, so be sure to check it out :) This tour is a part of many tours going on this week hosted by Marty from a Stroll Thru Life. If you are making your way through the tours, and have come from Sarah's blog Life on Virginia Street, welcome! If you just landed here as one of my normal readers, be sure to check out all the other tou…

DIY Noodle Board aka Tray For Your Stove!

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I was provided product by DecoArt and compensated to write about this project, but all thoughts, opinions, and ideas are my own :)
If you are new to the whole "noodle board" concept, it's essentially a tray for your stove top! It helps extend your counter space, and protects your stove. This is especially true if it's a glass cook top. I've known a few people that have broken the glass on their cook top by accidentally dropping a bowl or dish on it. Another good thing about this? It keeps the cook top clean when not in use!


The best thing about these, besides adding more counter space, is that it's so easy to make! This tutorial is for those with a flat cook top. Mine is actually a gas stop with raised grates, so I had to make the one in my kitchen a bit different. But, today I'm sharing with you how I made one for my mom's house.

Step 1: Measure your surface. The size of this one in my mom's kitchen was perfect for three 1x8 wood boards with a lengt…