Finding Fall Home Tour + Better Homes and Gardens

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Guess what? There is an amazing fall home tour starting on Monday and we have been invited! I must say, I was flattered when Laura invited me to join in the festivities over at Finding Home Online. Kind of fun right? Well, we have been decorating like crazy for the last couple days in preparation for the tour. The fun starts on Monday and will continue each day next week featuring 16 bloggers.



Start out here at Finding Home and then we move on to the lovely ladies Jeanne Oliver and Jennifer Rizzo.


Hooked on HousesThistlewood Farms and Jones Design Company


Shabby Creek CottageFour Generations One RoofThe Old Painted Cottage and The Graphics Fairy


My Sweet Savannah, At the Picket Fence (where you get to see two houses including Heather’s new home) and The Yellow Cape Cod.


The Handmade Home, All Things Heart & Home and In My Own Style.

And there is one final stop – Better Homes and Gardens!

Better Homes and Gardens is also joining us in the fun sharing some of their own fall inspiration. There will be a pinterest board where you can follow along and see tons of fall inspiration from all of us and the team at Better Homes and Gardens. We are scheduled for Wednesday so be sure to check back next week to see our fall home tour.

Our lavender + gold bookcase is our autumn color scheme for our family room.


We will also be sharing sneak peeks along the way on Instagram under the hashtag


Do you follow us on Instagram?  You can find us @fourgenerationsoneroof . Follow along and you will see sneak peeks all week long.

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Get ready, it’s going to be fun!

Meet Jessica

What started as a hobby, Jessica’s blog now has millions of people visit yearly and while many of the projects and posts look and sound perfect, life hasn’t always been easy. Read Jessica’s story and how overcoming death, divorce and dementia was one of her biggest life lessons to date.

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