Good Wednesday to you! Today is Decorate With Us and my friends Terrie, Corine and I are all in the kitchen. We got some beautiful Fall kitchen countertops to share with you. I will be sure and share the links below so that you can easily visit them.
As we go through how I decorated each area, I’ve also got some fun tips that help make decorating easy!
Decorate Outside of the Box
Let’s start on the breakfast bar side of the room.
Don’t forget to decorate the low spots!
I added these shelves a few years ago and have thoroughly enjoyed them.
Don’t Overlook Old Decor Items
My approach to decorating the countertops is by imagining each area as a small vignette.
Once I did that decorating my countertops became much easier!
Next up, to the left of the stove I’ve got my Round Top collection charm holder with Fall charm.
This pumpkin soup tureen I’ve had forever and it’s still one of my favorites.
Have Fun With Shelving
Next to the sink I’ve got one wall that has a shelf and lots of decor!
Be sure to check in tomorrow when I will share how to make this pumpkin soap dispenser.
Use A Consistent Color Palette
As you can see, lots of pumpkins in my color palette are sprinkled throughout the kitchen.
A little Whimsy is Fun
To the right of the sink I’ve got more fun fall decor.
The pumpkin was a Pokeeno win that I’ve had forever, again still a favorite.
Sometimes Less Is Best
This corner where my canisters hang out is proof that you don’t have to add a lot to get a lot of Fall bang for your buck.
A simple berry garland that is easily removed for use and cleaning adds so much color and seasonal decor.
Use Things You’ve Made
I made these pumpkins a few years ago and they are perfect for this area.
A riser with a green pitcher that matches the dishes on my breakfast room hutch is placed on a riser and nestled into the back of the pumpkins.
I love how the pumpkins pop off of the green.
Have Fun Decorating!
The last area in my kitchen to be decorated was my island.
And it may just be my favorite!
Sometimes, simple decor is best.
I placed this vignette onto a large cutting board, which makes it easy to move whenever I am ready to use the island for cooking.
A few Fall floral stems popped into a pitcher, as well as a berry garland wrapped around both the pitcher and the cutting board make for a super easy arrangement.
Next, a white pumpkin and a Fall scented candle are placed next to the floral arrangement to complete the island vignette.
I hope you enjoyed my Fall kitchen countertops and hope that you will join me in visiting Terrie, at Decorate With Tip and More and Corine at Junk To Gems to see how she decorated her kitchen for Fall.
Until next time….