Hello friends! Today I’m sharing something very special with you: my Fall Decorated Kitchen! Other than the giant Fall sign I made for my patio, I really haven’t done much decorating for the season. Sometimes it just seems like such hassle to change everything around and have to re-do it again in a few short weeks. BUT I’ve made huge progress with my kitchen makeover in the past couple months, so I thought I’d stop and enjoy my pretty kitchen with some simple touches of Fall! It’s really the only space that feels somewhat “complete” in my house, so why not start there? Okay, let’s take a little tour!
On the back wall of my kitchen, I created some fantastic Fall chalk art on my DIY chalkboard that really sets the mood for the season. I mean, could you really sum up your feelings for Fall any other way?
Hooray for Pumpkin Pie!
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The frame of my chalkboard is the perfect place to hang a pretty garland, and these sheet music leaves I strung together are simply beautiful. I pieced them together with my sewing machine to really speed up the process! It’s a good thing no one in my family plays piano much, because all our sheet music has been spending quite a bit of time in my craft room lately!
The next wall holds a shelf that I recently refinished and is the perfect place to display some Fall decor. I created a beautiful stained wood mini pallet sign as the backdrop to my little vignette. I originally planned to paint some artwork on it, but I absolutely love the gorgeous wood grain it has, so I decided to leave it be and hang a little wreath I made over it. It was a super easy project to do and adds a ton of texture and dimension to the display. If you want to know how I made my mini pallet sign, leave me a comment and let me know! I just discovered an awesome new product to use, and I’d be happy to share : )
You may have seen the Fall Photography Collection I added to The Shop this week, and if not you should definitely go check it out! I couldn’t wait to add this print of swirly cinnamon sticks somewhere in my home, and this shelf was the perfect place. Don’t you just love those little curls?
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I’m normally a pretty neutral color decorator, but these three little pumpkins provided the perfect splash of Fall color to the shelf. I love how they look standing on their side!
As I was putting together this display, I was also spray painting another project out in my barn, and I found this pretty little feather on one of my trips outside. Gotta love free, nature-inspired decor right?
A vase full of wheat rounds out the display. Love all the texture going on!
This little nook in my kitchen provides the perfect place to display some pumpkins. I have to say, that creamy white one on top of the antique kitchen scale is my favorite. But could have guessed that, right? : )
I covered one of my cookbooks in some brown kraft paper and stamped a little message on the spine. Simple little touches like this just make me smile.
And last but not least is this fake pumpkin I turned into a pretty flower vase. I found this big guy at the end of last season for super cheap, and though he was originally neon green, I knew a little bit of spray paint was all he needed to fit right in at my house. I painted him white, cut a hole in the top, and hand painted a little monogram on the front. These sunflowers were a great dollar store find and really brighten up my kitchen!
So there you have it! Simple, easy Fall decor using mostly things I had around the house. Now please excuse me while I go face plant into some pumpkin pie : )
What’s your favorite part of my Fall decorated kitchen? Do you decorate for Fall?
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So gorgeous Liz! I love your fall kitchen! Everything is so pretty!
Love the pallet sign and the wreath! Please show us how to make them!!!
Oh my! That is all so pretty! I’m a chalkboard fanatic, so I love how that looks with the plate above it!
You always have such beautiful ideas! Thanks for the inspiration.
Very elegant! Always awesome ideas!!
Of course I just love it all!!! Now come on over and decorate my house please…and bring me one of those awesome pallet boards 😉
Very pretty. I love the wood pallet, such a pretty backdrop for your photos. The pop of orange really makes an impact.
Love the mini pallet sign, it’s size and color are perfect! The ‘how to’ would be great. Your fall kitchen decor makes me wish I had more space in my kitchen.
I love your fall decorating. Please show us the mini pallet! I have the perfect place for one now that I’ve been inspired!
Some nice ideas. I love the leaf (paper) garlands…my sewing machine is waiting. I would like to see how you did the mini pallet. It would add such texture for decorating.
Your fall touches are lovely! The pallet wood sign is wonderful too. The wreath looks perfect set against the warm wood grains.
Thanks for the inspiration,
Please show us how to make the pallet sign -it’s beautiful!
So many beautiful touches… you are just incredibly talented sweet Liz!
I love the simplicity…that pallet is great!
Just beautiful! I love everything! 🙂
Love it all…especially the pumpkins on their sides! Cute!
Love the looks. And please, if you will… Tell us how you made the pallet.. It’s beautiful!
Gorgeous!! You are so talented!
Would love to know how you made the pallet – AND the wreath 🙂 Gorgeous!
LOVE the mini pallet and wreath! Please share your tips on making it and the great product that you found!
Thank you so much, Leigh! I really appreciate your comment! I shared the tutorial for creating the mini pallet here: https://lovegrowswild.com/2013/10/diy-mini-wood-pallet/
I hope this helps! 🙂
I love the way that you displayed your little pumpkins on their sides!
Thank you, Luisa! Isn’t it funny how a small detail like that can make such a big impact? Thanks for stopping by!
Would love to know how you made the wreath! It is lovely and I love magnolias!
It was super simple! I just picked up a garland from the craft store (I believe it was Hobby Lobby in their floral section), wrapped it into a wreath, and secured it with some twist ties. I love easy and inexpensive wreaths like this! Hope this helps, Delaney!