Welcome back to Maylee’s Country Playhouse! Since we were doing our fall home tours we thought we would show you Maylee’s home all dressed up for fall as well.
Just like our homes we added lots of pumpkins for a touch of fall. Most of the pumpkins came straight from the garden so that made it so cheap and easy. We added this rocker to her front yard that my mom had in her house. She was rocking in it and say ing “wee”. It was the cutest thing.
Here are a few shots of all the pumpkins we added to the front of the house. Pumpkins on shelves, in the flower box and on the toy chest. Maylee is in a couple of those shots chowing on some fresh grapes from the garden. She LOVES grapes. She probably ate a little too many.
We still have the pretty succulent plant out by her front door with just a few pumpkins on the grass by it. We are loving all the green and orange contrast.
On her front door I created this fall wreath out of a wheat plant from the yard. I just inserted the wheat into a grapevine wreath and it made the perfect fall wreath for her little door.
Maylee is ready to take you all inside her playhouse!
Inside the playhouse we placed a couple of her hats on nails so she can play dress up with them.
We switched out the pillows to some other outdoor pillows that we had, added some crocks and flowers, and some little pumpkins.
We also updated the chalkboard to be a simple fall chalkboard.
Here she is inside her playhouse eating her grapes again. If you were wondering her cute little bracelet and bow are from my dear friend Katie’s bow shop. Head over there and check it out at Simply Kate Bowtique.
Alright everyone, Maylee is ready to take you to the upstairs of her house.
We still have the table and chairs upstairs. We added some more pumpkins and some fall coloring pages for Maylee to color on.
She was too distracted by the grapes to color.
We added this pretty new piece to the playhouse. I originally bought this chandelier to put into Maylee’s nursery, but I didn’t like it in her nursery. It is so perfect and cute in her playhouse with the zinnias from the garden.
Maylee is starting to enjoy the playhouse more and more. I can’t wait until she can go play in it with friends next year and have a really fun time.
Alright everyone thank you so much for stopping by. We have really appreciated and are thankful for all your nice comments on our original transformation of the playhouse. You can see the original playhouse and transformation process here. It is still our favorite project that we have done. Until next time!