This post will give you Five Quick Ways to Add Fall Decor to Your Kitchen.
Fall has arrived this year faster than almost any year I can remember.
We’re all wishing 2020 would just move along, in hopes that next year will be a little kinder to our world.
Let’s be careful not to wish away the blessings and beauty of a simple crisp fall day. Okay?
On to the decorating. EEEEK!
This is the first year I’ve gotten to decorate the elegant white kitchen for Autumn and Fall season. (You can read all about the kitchen makeover HERE.) I’ve been enjoying a recent decor change in the kitchen that is all about pastel crystal and pottery. Most of the colored crystal was stored along with the pastel dishes.
I’ve written several fall decorating blogs through the years. Here’s a few of my favorites: Create an Easy Fall Tablescape DIY Fall Centerpiece Fresh New Fall Color Ideas for the Chinoiserie Home
A Photographic Tour from Past Fall Decorating Below
Fall Kitchen Decor – 2020
The vintage pastel crystal and pottery inspired the fall kitchen decor this year. The colors are so soothing.
I used the soft pastel shades of we see in nature in Autumn and Fall to echo the decor. This year I’m trying super hard to simplify the decor, adding just a touch of fall to the kitchen. Here’s where I added those touches.
Five Quick Ways to Add Fall Decor to the Kitchen
- kitchen towels
- pumpkins – velvet and mercury glass
- leaves and berries
- fall scented candles
- bountiful fall flower arrangement
Kitchen Towels are a Quick Way to Add Fall Decor to the Kitchen
Do you tend to hang onto those “well-used” kitchen towels just a little bit longer than you should?
I know I do!
Let’s contribute a few of those to the car washing/dog washing stack, and refresh with a couple of fun Autumn or Fall themed kitchen towels. You will thank me.
Elegant Velvet Pumpkins or Mercury Glass Pumpkins are a Quick Way to Add Fall Decor to the Kitchen
We’ve long established that I’ve never encountered a velvet pumkin that didn’t belong in my home. I have far too many, and even had a little garage sale this fall to part with some. They are so easy to tuck into a bowl, or on a cake plate, or if you’ve been collecting for years line a window box!
Add Fall in the Kitchen with Leaves and Berries
The soft cream color leaves were the choice for my kitchen table display. There have been years where I physically drug fallen branches home from my walk to create an elaborate fall display! I wish I had photos of my entry way one year! You had to wear goggles just to insure your eyes were protected! Go for it if that’s what you feel like. Here’s a dining room photograph from several years ago. I used leaves, berries, and pumpkins on the storage cabinet.
Light a Fall Scented Candle
Pumpkin spice, mulled cider, harvest spice anyone? The best part of this idea is you can enjoy all this deliciousness without ingesting one single calorie, cause we’re talking candles! A few years ago I discovered “falling leaves” from Bath and Body works. I pulled out my last one this fall, as I don’t think they make it any longer.
Create a Fall Floral Arrangement
Although this sounds kind of hard, I’ll admit! I’ve got you covered! This was so simple to make, and I will walk you through exactly how I did it in under 10 minutes in a blog next week! So, if you haven’t subscribed to my blog yet, I hope you will! There’s a side bar on my home page, or scroll to the bottom here, and fill out the information there.
You can Shop These and Similar Fall Decor Ideas by clicking: HERE.
I sure hope you found something helpful. You can pick you’re favorite idea, or do them all. We’re all grown ups!!
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