This year I have been craving the traditional Fall decor colors- the burnt oranges, yellows, reds, and all of the warm tones in between. Mix them with a little bit of copper and add some vintage touches, and everything feels so cozy and even timeless.
One of my very favorite things in life is when the Autumn leaves begin to change colors and I wanted to bring that feel into my decor this year. Our leaves won’t turn for another couple weeks, so this arrangement is a mixture of some faux branches and berries I had in my stash and a few of the branches off of our plum tree.
Whatever your color and style preference, I have linked to 16 beautiful fall kitchens at the end of my post that you will love for our Seasons of Home tour!
I particularly love copper accents in the fall. I love the classic warmth it adds. I found this copper pitcher at a local antique store and I fell in love with the shape of it so I just had to bring it home. It was a steal too, so it was meant to be.
I got the pretty white pumpkins from a local farm and the orange pumpkins are from my garden.
My great grandma, who we called “grammy,” bought this set of dishes when she was a young mom and eventually passed them down to my mom. They are the Jewel T Autumn Leaf pattern. We used to eat Thanksgiving dinner on them every year so I have a soft spot in my heart for them. A couple years ago, while we were visiting the Oregon Coast, I wandered into a little thrift store and was so excited to see a bunch of the same dishes. I couldn’t believe that they were only priced between $1- $3 each since they are worth quite a bit more. I snatched up all of them!
This little shaker might just be my favorite piece.
I made my pumpkin snack cake with cream cheese frosting (get recipe here) again. If you saw my Instagram stories, you know that my boys got ahold of the first one and licked the frosting off of the entire thing while I was putting the baby down for her nap (insert eye roll here). This recipe is so moist and delicious! It is a must-try for fall!
This charcoal gray linen towel is a little sneak peek of one of the items I will have in my online shop when we open in a couple weeks! I am so excited!
What do you prefer, a more feminine color palette like I did last year (plum, burgundy, white, copper) or the warm, traditional fall colors? Do you decorate your kitchen for fall?
Here are 16 beautiful fall kitchens to glean some inspiration this season! I hope you get a chance to visit them because they really are peacefully lovely.