The mums are going to be beautiful when the blooms open.
Come on in.
I love this wreath and she made it!
This catches your eye as soon as you walk in.
The mantel is so pretty.
The display in the kitchen is so cute!
Here's a closeup.
Of course it wouldn't be fall in Alabama without a football wreath.
Now on to the backyard.
Isn't this beautiful?
So pretty at night with the accent lighting.
Now on to the next tour.
This house is nestled in a wooded area on the lake not too far from our house. It's actually very close by boat.
The little scarecrow is so cute!
Let's go inside and see her decor.
A little bit of whimsy. This artwork is made from fabric and scrap materials by a local artist, Martha Beadle. Can you read the caption on it? "If you're lucky enough to live by the lake, you're lucky enough." I can vouch for that!
Click here to see her website: Martha's Needle eccentricities
Can you see the corn husk figurines on the mantel? They were also made by a local artist Ellen Goode. You can see more of her beautiful designs at jaminmark.com
OK, I'm an equal opportunity blogger!
I think it is cool enough now to fill up those pumpkin mugs with some hot chocolate.
Beautiful fall table settings.
This is on the back porch that overlooks the lake.
I love how you can see the lake from the breakfast room too.
I hope you have enjoyed the tour of these beautiful homes. It's time for me to put out some fall decor.