I love decorating just about anything for everything. It just makes me happy. Sometimes I go way over board and sometimes I like to keep it simple. For example, decorating for Fall at this in between Summer/Fall time of year I like to keep things simple. Which is exactly why I am sharing my simple Fall kitchen decor with you today.
Today is the first day of Decorate With Us the Fall Series and I am so here for it! When you leave here be sure and check out the video on my Facebook page. Terrie at Decorate And More With Tip and Corine at Junk to Gems are also joining today. I’ll be sure and add their links below so that you can hop on over to see what they have done to their kitchens!
My kitchen design all started when I decorated this two tiered tray.
Since my kitchen is blue and white, I decided that I would keep the blue and white and add in orange, turquoise and apple green.
They are such happy colors!
No matter the season or holiday, I like to change out the art in my kitchen.
There are so many free printables out there it makes it super easy.
Below my decorated shelf I added in my pumpkin soup tureen.
I rarely actually use it for soup, but it’s still great to put out just for decor purposes!
Confession time – I”ve already been using my pumpkin scented hand soap for awhile!
I think adding wonderful scents to your kitchen is just as important as the decor.
On the right side of my sink is where I keep the paper towels, a pretty plant and my “clean/dirty” sign for the dishwasher.
To give this area a little hint of fall I just added a couple of pumpkins and a burlap leaf.
It doesn’t get much simpler than that!
The Corner is where my canisters call home.
Again, since this is a work area, I went simple on the decor.
A berry garland is wrapped around the base of the canisters and a few burlap leaves were scattered about.
Next to the canisters I wanted a little more color and pop.
This pumpkin serving tray placed on an easel was the perfect solution.
A few napkins, a pumpkin bowl and a few leaves and this area was complete.
Across the room, next to the stove I always keep my blue and white striped charm keeper from the Roundtop Collection.
Of course a new charm was added.
As well as an iron pumpkin trivet from Harry and David’s, a Jenga block pumpkin and a few more leaves.
On the other side of the stove is where I house most of my utensils.
This is a huge work area for me so simple decor is a must here.
I simply added a pumpkin and leaves and called it done.
Last week I shared a the simplest way to make a wreath ever.
I hung it on the stove vent hood.
The wreath and the cute pumpkin garland just make this area so cute!
That completes my simple fall kitchen tour.
If you want to see more head on over to my Facebook page where I have a video of the entire room!
Also be sure and visit Terrie and Corine to see what fun things they’ve done in their kitchen!