Fall Touches in our Kitchen – Season of Home Tour

The kitchen is one of the best places to decorate for fall and I will show you how with fall touches in our kitchen!

White kitchen with multi colored rug and a bouquet of flowers by the sink.

Hello again friends! Wow I have been on the blog three times this week, which means the season truly is picking up! Today I am sharing some very simple ways to add beautiful Fall touches in the kitchen… I am honored to be joining Kristen at Ella Claire as part of the Seasons of Home Tour! You will know just what I mean when you see all the incredible talented friends sharing their stunning homes and I am certain you will find inspiration from this tour!

White, red, purple, pink and green flowers in a bouquet lying by the farmhouse sink.

It is no big surprise, but using vibrant flowers is my number one tip when decorating for the Fall. And this is true for any season! They can be faux, store bought, home grown, you name it. It is a wonderful way to incorporate color as well.

A farmhouse sink with flowers in it, a shelf above it, a wooden step stool and a basket in the kitchen.

When thinking of color, I chose to let my rug be the guide to what colors I wanted to sprinkle throughout the kitchen this year. I went with richer tones this time and am loving it!

And speaking of rugs, this is another great way to switch things up for fall. I took the black striped one we used for summer and swapped it out for this colorful antique beauty!

A brass vase filled with flowers and a bowl full of grapes on the counter in kitchen.

I also really like to display fruit or vegetables from the season and use them as my functional decor 😉. A bouquet of flowers, grapes and figs on the marble and wood island in the kitchen.

Both pretty and delicious at the same time.

Figs, grapes and flowers in kitchen on marble counter.

These dark jewel toned and juicy figs just scream Fall to me (but in a good screaming kind of way, haha).

Wood and marble island with clear glass lights above it.

Let’s also not forget the most iconic decor of “fall” time (imho)… Pumpkins!

A white pumpkin in a white bowl on the counter.

Pumpkins are not readily available in my town yet, so I grabbed a good sized faux version from the garage. I plopped it in a bowl and called it good! It is just the right amount of pumpkin goodness =).

Open shelving in white kitchen with wooden tray, picture, a white pitcher and a small plant.

Candles are always a good idea and make things cozy. Even in the kitchen, they create the atmosphere we all crave this time of year.

Up close picture of a red and white flower in kitchen.

Lastly, I used a striking gold bowl to hold all my Fall flowers. Pops of this bright metal bring in that golden warmth that welcomes you to the season.

A bouquet of multi colored flowers on a marble counter.

There you have it! Some very simple ways you can bring Fall into your lovely kitchens. None of these ideas require lots of money, planning or prep either which is always a good thing!

A white and wood island in kitchen that is on wheels.

I hope this gets your wheels turning and you excited for what’s to come as Fall quickly finds its way around the corner!

I can’t tell you how much I appreciate you finding your way here and thanks very much for stopping by you all. Please make sure to check out all the amazing ladies down below!


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Ella Claire | French Country Cottage | Craftberry Bush | Rooms For Rent

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Jeanne Oliver | Nina Hendrick Design Co. | Shades of Blue Interiors | Zevy Joy

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Dear Lillie | Home Stories A to Z | Beneath my Heart | Boxwood Avenue

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Nesting with Grace | Jennifer Rizzo Design Company | Julie Blanner | Thistlewood Farms

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  1. Gaaaa! That flower arrangement! Any tips on how to recreate it? The colors are stunning, and the whole kitchen is warm and cozy. Thanks for sharing your talents. I’m a new reader, but I’m looking forward to more. The wooden stool caught my attention as well. Would love to know the source!

    1. Sherrie, oh my goodness thank you and so happy to have you here visiting! The little wood stool is from Marshalls and I see them still from time to time or at places like HomeGoods… This arrangement I just used a simple bowl and then cut the stems short enough to squeeze in. Hydrangeas are key as they fill up the space quickly, maybe I will throw a little tutorial together soon ;)! Thanks again!

  2. Annie, that closeup of your amazing floral arrangement and the grapes and figs is one of the most gorgeous compositions I’ve ever seen! It reminds me of a still life painting by one of the old masters. Stunning!

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