There are so many festive ideas for how to use warm fall decor in the kitchen and this post will help get you started ;).
The best part about fall decor is that most of it is timeless. That is mainly because the colors for the majority of this season’s decor are warm neutrals.
For those reasons, a lot of my fall decor this year is from years past minus a few new additions.
The kitchen is one of the easiest places to add warm decor pieces to fallify the home. I am sharing how and where in my kitchen I like to add fall decor in hopes to help you get your home ready too!
This post is also part of a fun week long home tour group in which over 30 bloggers have opened their homes to share all sorts of fall inspiration with you.
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Warm Fall Decor in the Kitchen
On the Open Shelves
Throughout the years I have picked up vintage copper pieces at various antique markets in Europe as memorabilia.
And I bring them out every fall and Christmas season and place them on my kitchen open shelves ;).
If you don’t have any vintage copper items, all you have to do is search copper kitchen items on Etsy and so many fun things show up ;)!
The copper mugs are not vintage though – I purchased them new a few years ago ;).
The linen books are a perfect shelf styling item for all seasons – but are especially perfect with fall and Christmas decor ;).
On the Kitchen Island
I purchased the white pedestal below last winter and have found it so useful all year long :).
On the Table
You can get the links to all my favorite faux fall stems in my previous blog post, however as I mentioned earlier, besides the plates and salt & pepper shakers above, I haven’t added anything new to my fall decor from years past.
The paper mache apples above are used in multiple places around my house and are probably my absolute favorite fall decoration ;).
And the woven pumpkin bowls were in a fun find while visiting my bff in Charleston last summer ;).
I love using a large round tray on my kitchen table to keep any decorative items organized (and movable if need be for any meals we may have while sitting at the table ;0).
My other favorite faux apples to use are the gold apples below (not used in my kitchen but are in random places throughout the house as well ;)).
On the Counters
Last Christmas, I purchased this fun brass and marble stand and have had such a good time changing the items displayed on it all year long ;).
And with this fall season, it is the perfect place to put these cute pumpkin mugs 🎃.
By the Sink and On the Stove
My favorite engraved soap jars are from The Polished Jar and I have them by every sink in my house ;0.
The marble tray works perfectly to avoid soap messes and add a little decorative item next to the sink…
I also love keeping a seasonal candle next to my sink – you can find some of my favorites linked below. Don’t hate me when I say – I really do not like the smell of pumpkin candles though ;0.
Anything apple smelling is what I go for!
My mom has kept a kettle on her stovetop for as long as I can remember.
So when it came time for me to make my own kitchen cozy and welcoming, one of the first things I thought of was a kettle on the stove.
And how fun is the pumpkin shaped cocette??
I hope you found some inspiration for how to use warm fall decor in the kitchen. As you can see – it doesn’t take much to bring the feel of fall into this space in your home.
And even though San Diego temps are still quite warm – at least I know it’s the fall season by wandering around my house 😂.
Don’t forget this post is part of a super fun home tour group with so many posts with great fall inspiration! Including Lynne from My Family Thyme who is sharing her tips for simple and subtle early fall decor – be sure to go have a peek!
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More Inspiration from Fellow Bloggers
This week I am joining some of my blogging friends for the Bloggers’ Best Fall Home Tours. Thirty talented and creative women will be opening their homes up for you to tour all week long. You can visit each Fall home tour by clicking the links below.