Ready to change over your home decor from summer to fall? Warm up your kitchen with these classic fall home decor picks in neutral colours and textures.
How are you? I’m slowly recovering from my staircase incident and will hopefully be back to my usual pace soon. In the meantime, I’m gathering up some fall home decor pieces (new and old) for an upcoming home tour I’ll be part of in September. You can take a look at last year’s beautiful collection of homes here.
Fall is my absolute favourite time of year to decorate. I love adding layers of different textures to create a warm and cozy space. It makes the cooler weather and shorter days bearable, you know?
Most seasons, I start by making changes to our front porch. It sets the tone for the rest of our house. This time, I opted to begin in the kitchen instead (while my back and arm heal up).
Our kitchen is basically a blank canvas of whites and greys, making it so easy and fun to play around in. I haven’t come across a colour that it can’t handle (yet).
Having said that, this time of year I prefer to keep colour to a minimum and rely on natural materials in varying textures and neutral shades to transition to the new season. I’m talking about seagrass, metal, wood, and the like. Chances are, most of these items will work for your kitchen too.
What’s best, is they also serve a purpose beyond looking pretty. In kitchens, I think it’s important to have the right combination of form and function.
How can you warm up your kitchen for fall?
Add some of these home decor picks:
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Sources: 1. Segrass Belly Basket | 2. Pullman Pendant | 3. Turkish Tea Towels | 4. Stoneware Crock | 5. Dutch Oven | 6. Metal Counter Stool | 7. Artisanal Bowl | 8. Brass Pull | 9. Cookbook | 10. Iron Baskets
Have any favourites? I’d be happy with any of them. Of course, you can shop around for different variations and price points. These are a good jumping off point.
In addition to fall home decor pieces, I also like to add fresh or dried foliage and flowers like hydrangeas, sunflowers and garden mums. Bowls of seasonal fruit and vegetables are pretty too.
On another note, I can’t believe we’re getting ready to move our son back to university this weekend. Say, what? Have your kiddos gone back to school yet? Where did summer go? I’m planning on squeezing out every last drop!
How do you warm up your home for fall? Leave a comment below or share a photo on Instagram with the hashtag #satoridesignforliving