Fall Kitchen | 7 inexpensive ways you can create a Fall feel in your kitchen
The kitchen and great room is the hub of our home so today I’m sharing my Fall Kitchen and 7 inexpensive ways you can create a Fall feel in your home.
One of my favorite parts of Autumn is apple picking and watching the colors on trees begin to change. Days are getting shorter and I find myself throwing on an extra layer in the morning. Pumpkins are almost ready to be picked at the farm but until them we will savor this moment and enjoy what’s happening around us. I like to ease into the season and as you will see here to today, I do just that. So simple, cozy linens, apples, and leaves from the trees in my yard.
Here are a few ways to create a cozy, Fall kitchen
- Display a cookbook
This scene reminds me of Washington state! These gorgeous pages from this book inspired me to use branches foraged from my yard to decorate my kitchen. The apples were picked at a farm up north last weekend. My daughter and I picked almost 30 pounds between the two of us! The antique basket was purchased years ago and I lined it with a vintage linen. The hot pot pads remind me of the ones we used to make long ago .. love them. Make sure when you purchase a cookbook holder that’s it is going to hold your cookbooks! I ordered two and had to return them both. I’ve linked the one I purchased below.
- Add a rug
A small area rug in the kitchen warms up the kitchen and feels so good to stand on when you are cooking. Search here for ideas!
- Candle light
Bring out your candle holders, votives, and candles! Yesterday I pulled my brass and wood candle holders out and this candle is perfect for Fall.
- Display your cutting boards
Bread boards are not only aesthetically pleasing, they come in handy for entertaining. Light wood works well in my home and creates cozy.
- Add a new linen towel
This is an inexpensive way to change up the feel in your kitchen. Choose rust, beige, brown, gold, or black for a Fall vibe!
Bake a Cake!
This Gingerbread Spice Cake has some buttermilk in it so it’s really moist and delicious. I used a gluten free flour and no one can tell:)
- Add Cooper
Add a few pieces of copper to your kitchen. Search here for less expensive pieces.
I’ll be back in a couple days to share Fall cleaning tips!
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