There are some things I really love about fall. The smell of wildflowers and dried grasses, warm days and cool nights. I also love bringing in natural decorating in the kitchen for fall. Snipping some of those wildflowers and grasses, and bringing in them in in bunches to put around the kitchen feel so pretty and carefree. I am joining a group of blogger friends today to give little tours of our fall kitchens.
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You are lucky, you are catching the kitchen on a clean day! With the kids home e-learning, it seems someone is always in it. The other day it was the middle of the school day and my Middle was making a burrito with someone talking on the phone next to her. I asked her if she was still in school. She answered “Yeah, it’s a group project.” I guess with e-learning, if you’re hungry in the middle of a group session, you can make a freaking burrito.
I wasn’t quite ready to bring in full-on pumpkins quite yet. I decided to go with a black and white feel instead with bursts of color. One of the ways I decided to bring natural decor into the kitchen was to bring some goldenrod in from the garden, grasses and green apples. I wish the apples were from our trees, but the late frost got most of the blossoms, and the squirrels snapped up the rest. I’ve been feeling “fallish” and burning one of my favorite fall candles from Target, and love it’s fragrance.It’s called “Bookshop”. I think it smells like being cozy inside, the kids said it reminds them of the holidays.
I also found some fox tails and sedum in the yard and I added those to vases in the window. The black and tan vase of goldenrod was a vintage find, and adore the vintage-modern style. The view from the kitchen window is especially pretty when all of the leaves start changing. My neighbor has the huge sugar maple, and it becomes brilliantly red in the fall.
Do you call the grass in the bottles fox tails or squirrel tails? I’ve heard it both ways.
Over the towel bar, I draped one of my new tea towel designs. You can find all of my new cotton towel designs here.
One way I recently also brought in some natural elements was to paint a black and white floral wallpaper-like mural on the wall over the doorway to our sub-level. You can see a video of the process here:
I love how the large scale adds a fresh, new look. You can see what it looked like before here.
Our open shelving was restyled when I recently painted the buffet green. Paint can really transform and make things brand new.
I hope you loved our early fall kitchen tour! Make sure you check out my new fall pillow designs, and visit the other blogs below and see their decorated fall kitchen tours!
21 Fall Kitchen Tours
How to Make a Wool Pumpkin with Chunky Wool – Happy Happy Nester
Fall Kitchen Decor on a Budget – Hallstrom Home
Touches of Fall in The Kitchen – Craftberry Bush
Simple Fall Kitchen – A Blue Nest
How To Style Kitchen Shelves For Fall – Modern Glam
Hints of Fall Home Tour–Part 2 – Finding Lovely
How to Add Fall Decor to a Kitchen – Sanctuary Home Decor
Coffee Station For Fall – My Sweet Savannah
Fall Kitchen Decorations – My 100 Year Old Home
Fall Kitchen Decor Ideas – Jennifer Maune
Fall Entertaining in the Kitchen – Twelve on Main
Natural Decorating In The Kitchen – Jennifer Rizzo
Neutral Fall Decorating Ideas in the Kitchen – Grace In My Space
Fall Kitchen Decor – Lemon Grove Lane
Easy Elegant Fall Kitchen – Styled With Lace
1891 Cottage Fall Colorful Kitchen Tour – Tatertots and Jello
Early Fall Kitchen with Copper, Leaves & Eggplant – Pine & Prospect Home
Simple Fall Touches in the Kitchen – Dreaming of Homemaking
Decorating the Kitchen for Fall – Seeking Lavender Lane
Cozy Fall Kitchen Ideas to Add Warmth to Your Home – Life Is Better At Home
How to Decorate Your Kitchen for Fall – The Ginger Home