Hi everyone! I hope you’ve been enjoying this beautiful fall weather as much as I have! Since it’s almost October, I’m sharing some fun fall decorations that I’ve added to our kitchen. And it’s all part of our “Fall into Autumn” series that Dawn, Ann, Debbie and I have been bringing you the past few weeks.
The color scheme in our small, country kitchen is green with black and white accents.If you remember, we added this checked sink skirt this past summer.
And I added this ruffled stool cover at the same time. So for fall, I just added a little orange to the mix to get us into the Halloween-y mood!
There’s a little shelf above the range in our kitchen, and you can see how I added a few orange accents to some of the items that I display on it. With some of the left-over fabric from the ruffled stool cover, I made a little jack-o’-lantern from an old embroidery hoop that I had and it became a totally free decoration!
This frame with chicken wire was in another corner of the kitchen, but I moved it over to this area and added some fall shaped cookie cutters and another one of my embroidery hoop jack-o’-lanterns to it.
The vinyl chalkboard was made for me by sweet Amy from Atta Girl Says. Yep! Bloggers are like that. As soon as you tell someone you really like something, they are making it and sending it to you before you know it!
Now here’s an inexpensive way to add some color to your kitchen. These are some kitchen towels that I purchased from HomeGoods for about $5, and my friend Brenda added the polka-dot ruffles to them. They just wouldn’t have the same impact without those ruffles!
But my absolute favorite new item is this darling kitchen witch who’s sitting on top of the world! I could not have matched her to our kitchen if I had made her myself!
I hope I’ve given you a little inspiration for adding a little “spooky fun” to your kitchen today. For even more inspiration, check out how Ann, Debbie, and Dawn have decorated their kitchens for fall. The links are below the graphic.
Happy Fall, Y’all!
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