Here are my simple tips for adding Fall touches to your kitchen.
Recently, on my Instastories, I shared my simple tips for adding Fall touches to your kitchen along with some of my blogger pals. The weather finally started to cool down in Atlanta so it’s finally feeling like Autumn in Hotlanta. I added some small touches here and there and I’m loving the fresh change in the kitchen. It doesn’t take a lot to make it feel like Fall inside the home. Today, I’m sharing my simple tips for adding fall touches to your kitchen.
Tip 1: Letterboards
Letterboards are inexpensive these days and can be found in so many different stores like Target or Hobby Lobby. I love changing them up throughout the year and keeping it light and funny.
I thought #fallvibes was totally appropriate since I took this photo when it was still in the mid 90s.
You know I love changing up my plate rack for the changing seasons. Some of the previous summer plates got replaced with wooden boards to keep it neutral.
Tip 2: Baking Station
Once Autumn comes around, I start baking twice as much as the summer months because we love everything pumpkin. Keeping the most used ingredients out on the counter makes it easier for us to bake and it looks super cute. I placed them all on a tray to corral the ingredients together. Placing the gold measuring cups and spoons in a white dish makes it cute and easily accessible.
The lamp keeps the area looking cozy at night and the botanical frame covers up the outlet in the back.
Tip 3: Display a cookbook
Placing a cookbook on a stand with a yummy recipe just screams Fall.
Tip 4: Place a bowl of fruit or pumpkins
We grew these pumpkins in our garden bed and they were harvested back in August. I stored them in the fridge so they would last until the Fall. They look so cute in a large bowl.
You could do the same thing with either apples or oranges. It makes it easier for family members to grab a healthy snack too.
Tip 5: Display wooden boards
Wooden boards are practical for everyday kitchen use. I love the patina and colors of the different types of wooden boards. They are the perfect kitchen decorating accessory. I added some vintage books and some DIY wooden beads to complement this little vignette on the counter.
Tip 6: Light candles
There is nothing cozier than lighting a candle especially a fall inspired scent.
Tip 7: Add a runner or textile to the table
This black and white runner is neutral enough yet perfect for Halloween. If you don’t have a runner, add a blanket scarf or a piece of fabric on top of the table.
Tip 8: Create a faux Fall arrangement
I replaced the faux orange stems from the summer and replaced them with faux greenery and neutral wooden flowers. You can find these types of branches and bunches of faux flowers at Hobby Lobby or Homegoods.
Aside from the faux Fall arrangement, I used everything I already had. I moved things like taking my baking supplies out of the cabinets and put them on the counter. Now, it’s starting to feel like Fall in here I like it! I hope you found these simple tips helpful especially by using the things you already have in the home.
Let all that you do be done in Love. 1 Corinthians 16:14
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