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Pumpkin Ideas Our CAMP Fall Home Tour

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Are you ready for some fun pumpkin ideas? I am so happy to share with you our Camp Fall Home Tour today. Many of you know, we rent a seasonal campsite on the lake each summer. We traded in our camper from last year and purchased a Kropf Park Model Home in the beginning of the year and we love our new tiny home!

We have only showed bits and pieces of the camp this year so today, it’s the entire 399 square feet. Yep, our little home is very small but we love it. It is directly on the lake and we spend our entire summer here.

I thought it would be fun to share a bunch of pumpkin ideas and how you too can incorporate them in your own home decor. Pumpkins come in all shapes and sizes. That is the beauty of decorating with pumpkins, you can add them to just about any vignette, tabletop or front stoop.

When decorating a small space, it’s important to keep the scale of your decor to a minimum. The pillows and throw from HomeGoods tie in perfectly with the board and batten cottage theme throughout our camp.

I love the bird pillow. Isn’t it adorable?

As you can see, I have scattered a variety of pumpkins from HomeGoods throughout including the pretty garland under the tv.

Hydrangeas and magnolia help flank the TV and create a pretty Fall focal point.

A low level Ivy plant with Magnolia leaves spread throughout the pumpkin garland finishes off the other side of the TV.

399 square feet isn’t a lot of space but when we had this park home built, we loved the idea of adding a large center island with barstools as our eating area. It’s amazing what you can do with 399 square feet when you really sit down and think about the space.

The slider door on the right leads to our new screen room. More on that space next week!

Here is the view towards the steps that lead to the loft (kid zone) and our queen bedroom in the back. I picked up the orange mat in front of the sliders this past summer and love how the orange velvet pumpkin helps carry the color scheme to the island.

All the modern amenities packed in a tiny space.  Down the small hallway, is our bathroom. We sacrificed about 2 feet in our kitchen to make the bathroom larger. 2 feet doesn’t sound like a lot but for camping, this bathroom with a normal flush toilet and large shower stall makes life so much nicer! -ha.

Even though the space is tiny, the pretty Autumn sign from HomeGoods looks perfect. Kind of a nice welcome once you enter the bathroom. The shower stall is to the right.

You can see the lake right outside the windows in this picture.

It’s a beautiful site to wake up to in the morning that’s for sure.

The gas fireplace is one of my favorite features. Pretty and functional.

Here is the outside of the camp and deck that we recently painted Gray (Kings Canyon) and White (Extra White) compliments of Sherwin-Williams. You can see the before picture here.

Here are the rest of the blogger home tours today:

Finding Home Farms

Ella Claire

Thistlewood Farm

Inspired By Charm

Julie Blanner 

At the Picket Fence

French Country Cottage

Home Stories A to Z

Zevy Joy

Stone Gable 

Jeanne Oliver

The screen room was added a couple weeks ago and we love it. Hoping to decorate the inside of the screen room this week! Thank you so much for stopping by and be sure to head over the other fabulous blogger home tours as well. 

I hope you enjoyed our Fall Home Tour and got some fun pumpkin ideas for your own home. Happy touring friends! If you love camping or glamping as I call it, you can read more about our RV + Camping adventures here.

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  1. Beautiful! That bird pillow has me swooning. And your tiny house — wow! My boys are fascinated with tiny houses ever since we stumbled upon a Tiny House HGTV marathon while flipping channels during a hotel stay this summer. We all crowded into one bed together and ooohed and ahhhed our way through a few shows. Love! <3

  2. If I had known that this was a way to camp, I would have signed up for it years ago! It is beautiful and it is perfectly outfitted for fall! Thanks for joining us friend!

  3. How fun to get to see a bit more of this camp you’re always talking about on Facebook! I love it. Your fall touches are perfect and this is definitely my idea of glamping. šŸ™‚

  4. I adore your camp! The color scheme is so bright and fresh! I have been looking for the exact same color you have on your walls. If you don’t mind sharing, could I ask you what paint color you used? thank you for such a wonderful site!

    1. We actually didn’t get to choose the color, it was part of the package when we ordered and it’s kind of a grass cloth wallpaper (not paint). If I had to guess though, I think the Sherwin-Williams Toasted Pine Walnut may be close but it is so hard to gauge by a computer screen. I would suggest going to the paint store and picking up a few of the tiny samples for like 3$ and then painting a swatch on your wall šŸ™‚ That’s what I do!

  5. Well, your Tiny Home Camp is gorgeous! Though small, everything is neat and simple, with no clutter. I hate clutter, but I somehow end up spending at least an hour once a week clearing the clutter. BTW, taking a trip to Home Goods on Thursday and hoping to find some neat fall items to aid in my decorating. Gosh I love that place. Some of the neatest items in my home are from Home Goods. Great Tour Jessica!

  6. Oh, thank you for posting your pumpkin ideas! Iā€™m ready to start decorating for fall and I was just thinking of it. That bird pillow is stunning, and the pics look amazing! Love the post!

  7. What you have done with 399 square feet is simply amazing! It’s so beautiful and cozy – love it! Thanks for sharing.

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