Fall Kitchen Decor

Now that we are in the full swing of Fall, I would like to share some Fall design ideas and my Fall Kitchen Decor with you. I love using these little white pumpkins in my decor. I find all kinds of places to display them. They are so easy to use, just place them anywhere you might need a touch of Fall.

You can create all kinds of fun Fall displays with these little cuties, not only in the kitchen, but all around the home.
I nestled this little white pumpkin between two ivory white velvet pumpkins. I added some dried eucalyptus and created a simple and sweet arrangement.
These two pitchers are perfect to display more ivory white pumpkins. I have them sitting on top of more dried eucalyptus. The eucalyptus fills out the design and instead of looking like pumpkins placed on a pitcher, the eucalyptus helps to make the display look more full and interesting.
I am so thankful for my sunny kitchen bay windowsill. It’s fun to make various displays in this space and my choice of white Fall design elements this year, add to the brightness.

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I'm a wife to a wonderfully talented husband, a mom of five and an interior designer. I feel that life should be filled with all that makes you happy!

13 Comments

  1. This post is inspiring me to add some fall touches to my kitchen! I recently bought a vintage copper tea kettle that I think will lend well to an autumn feel. Visiting today via the Charming Homes & Gardens Tour 🙂

  2. I used to have a windowsill like that. I really miss it now that I see your beautiful fall display. Thanks for sharing it over at the Friday Farmhouse link party! Hope you can link up again soon.

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