Fresh and French Fall Kitchen tour – the funnest room in the house to decorate for fall.
The kitchen is my most favourite room in any house and Deb of Seeking Lavender Lane has organized 33 bloggers to share our fall decorated homes with you. Thank you, Deb, for organizing such a huge tour! I know my lovely readers will be grateful for the chance to win. Be sure to check the bottom of this post to enter the giveaway!
If you are coming here from Barb of The Everyday Home, welcome! If you’ve never been here before, welcome again! I can sum up everything about me in a few words. I love neutrals, French, vintage and kitchens. See, that was easy 😉 Let’s start the tour!
When I bought this house this kitchen was a small, sad 1980s wreck in need of a makeover. The entire main floor of my house was gutted about almost two years ago now. You can see the whole big kitchen renovation here where two walls were knocked down and amazing-ness happened.
The kitchen is a fun room to decorate because it shows off so nicely typical decor items you already have in your home. And with everything in my kitchen being white, greens and woods just pop.
I bought this whimsical tea towel in Nashville this summer, I just couldn’t resist.
You’re welcome to print off a free printable of this fall quote I recently did with apples and eucalyptus, the theme of my fall tours this year.
I replaced the black clock I had on my wall for this vintage looking clock from Kirkland’s.
(The clock was bought online which shipped no problem but now it says not available online so you may need to check back.)
Have a look at how I displayed the flowers with seeded eucalyptus in my vintage champagne bucket. These gorgeous copper nesting trays are from Kirkland’s and I’m obsessed with them.
I keep them out on display now and they seem to go with everything in my home.
They are made in India and are made with impeccable quality. I’m really happy with them.
This vintage baguette basket displays pears, apples and seeded eucalyptus nicely for the fall. I love displaying natural elements for fall.
It’s the easiest way to decorate your home for fall.
To see my dining room decorated for fall with a table runner made of pears, seeded eucalyptus and roses, click here!
I hope you enjoyed the tour. Be sure to visit my fellow Canadian Kendra from Joy in Our Home.