Fall Home Tour for the Neutral Lovers

I am super excited to be teaming up with 33 other bloggers for a Fall Home Tour! Kirkland’s is sponsoring this home tour and I couldn’t be more excited to show you my finds and how I’ve incorporated fall decor with my everyday traditional rustic decorations. Kirkland’s had some really cute fall decorations available and I also found some great accent pieces that worked for fall and will work year round!

Before I share my tour, I wanted to give you a heads up that there is a $1500 Kirkland’s Gift Card GIVEAWAY at the bottom of this post! One lucky winner will be getting this gift card just in time for Christmas shopping! So don’t forget to enter at the bottom of this post! 


Some of you may be heading over from my fellow Alabama gal, Unskinny Boppy, and if so, I wanted to say hello and welcome to The Hamby Home!

Fall is my absolute favorite time of year and favorite Holiday to decorate for. I love how easy it is to incorporate fall decor with everyday decor!

I always start with my green cabinet/console table when I am redecorating. I shared all of the details about my Neutral and Sage Green Fall Console Table HERE. This sign from Harper Grayce was the main source of inspiration for this console table.  I found these Dusty Bayleaf Topiaries at Kirklands and they were the perfect finishing touch to my console table. The dusty sage green matched the greenery over the sign perfectly!Netural-and-Sage-Green-Console-Table-6

The other side of the living room looks a little different than you may remember. We moved these gliders from the movie room and our other pedestal console table to change things up! I just a added a couple small pumpkins, my DaisyMaeBelle fall wreath and some green Ikea pillow covers and that’s it for the fall decor!

I had some extra wicker charger plates and decided to do some fall placesettings on our bar. I started out with some dollar tree painted pumpkins on each plate.

But then I found these adorable wooden acorns at Kirklands and thought they’d be so cute for placesettings.

After I was done decorating for fall, I took all of the small leftover pumpkins and added some more of the cute acorns and just threw them in a driftwood bowl to sit on the island. It’s funny because that’s what both my mom and sister commented on out of all my fall decor and it was just all the leftovers thrown together! 

Ok, moving on to the dining room! I used all the elements from my DIY Neutral and Natural Fall Centerpiece, but just changed them up by adding the elements in the awesome whitewashed wooden pedestal bowl I grabbed at Kirklands

I love fall placesettings so I did two different ones for our dining room. I used some Dollar Tree pumpkins and thrifted green dessert plates to layer for the two end seats.

And then I used my cute little breadboards and some cotton stems on the other four placesettings. I grabbed this adorable pumpkin canvas from Kirkland’s to add somewhere because it was the perfect colors and just had great texture! 

So that’s all for the dining room! Last year I styled the hutch for fall and decided it really isn’t necessary, the table was plenty of fall touches! Thank you so much for stopping by my fall home tour! Don’t forget to enter the $1500 Kirkland’s giveaway below and also head over to Tidbits to see her amazing fall tour! Cami is seriously an AMAZINGLY talented blogger that I look up to a ton! Her style is always impeccable and I know you are going to want to see what she has done this fall!

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Target Project 62 Traditional Favorites

The much anticpated Target Project 62 line has launched online and although it is a lot of Mid Century Modern stuff, there is still a lot of great options for the traditional lovers like myself. I’ve rounded up some of my favorite items in this new line!

Let’s start with some of the furniture!


  1.  Soriano Square Arm Channel Tufted Chair – I love navy and these would make adorable low profile accent chairs!
  2. Esters Wood Arm Chair Husk – I love the wood color and linen on these chairs!
  3. Pessac Curved Back Slipper Chair – ok what’s not to love, right?!
  4. Manila Cylinder Drum Accent Table – YES Please! This is by far my favorite! You know I’m loving anything brass right now!
  5. Antwerp Wingback Bed – What a great traditional and neutral upholstered bed!
  6. Geller Modern Barstool – Classic and simple bar stools and love the wood and linen together!


And now I had to take a peak at some of the decor options. They had some classic and traditional wood and brass options that I really would love to have!


  1. Round Decorative Wall Mirror Brass – Everytime I see mirrors like this on Instagram, I wish I had one! They’re so timeless!
  2. Acacia Footed Serving Bowl – This would be perfect for fruit or beautiful flower arrangements
  3. Marble and Wood Cheese Cutting Board – What’s not to love?
  4. Gold 5pc Flatware Set – I love the idea of Gold flatware!
  5. Brass Metal Frame Matted – I’ve seen these used in several photo gallery walls and they’re PERFECT!
  6. Span Single Head Brass Globe Floor Lamp – Between the marble base and brass,  this would look great in most rooms in my house!
  7. Marble and Wood 4pk Coasters – Cute and Classic!
  8. Glass and Gold Display Box – Ok, I dont know why but this one stole my heart! It’d be perfect for jewelry, succulents or anything to display!

If you’ve noticed your stores looking empty, it’s all for the anticipation of this new line so you will likely start seeing it appear in stores very soon! I know the Mid Century Modern lovers are probably a little more excited about this line but there were still several items that I would purchase!

(This post contains affiliate links which means if you purchase something I receive a small percentage of the sale. Also, because these are online items, they may be unavailable at times.)

5 Minute Pumpkin Topiary Decor for the Home Depot Style Challenge

This post is sponsored by The Home Depot but all ideas and opinions are my own​.


You may remember my Holiday Style Challenge last year with the Nutcracker Color Block tree, if not you can see it HERE. I was so thrilled when they asked me to participate this year with the Harvest style challenge! In case you aren’t familiar, they select a group of bloggers to participate in the challenge where they send you surprise packages to incorporate in your Halloween or Harvest decor. They also send a gift card to spend on any extra elements we may need to complete the challenge. It’s always nerve wracking to be sent something that may or may not fit your style and see what I can come up with but that’s why it’s called a challenge!

My surprise item was these stackable pumpkins which was kind of a relief since stacking pumpkins is definitely on trend! So if I’m being totally honest – I didnt want to spend the majority of my gift card on only fall decor that I can only use for a couple months so I started thinking of what items I’ve seen in store that I’ve wanted in the past and remembered these cute rustic planters I’ve always thought would be perfect for our porch.


I also decided to make a simple DIY hanging planter box for fall that I could use instead of your traditional wreath. I shared the details behind that DIY and more about the haning planter on The Home Depot Blog.


So thank you Home Depot for getting my porch ready for Fall with trendy and easy decorations! I’d love if you all headed over to The Home Depot Blog to check out more of this simple pumpkin topiary and DIY hanging planter!


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