Welcome friend! I'm so glad you have joined me here at Dreaming of Homemaking. I like to think of this blog as my journal, full of ideas that have helped me turn my house into a warm, welcoming home. My hope is that you too find this little piece of the internet a place to gather ideas and find inspiration.
Ready for fall? Today I am going to share with you my fall kitchen and how I add simple touches to it, including how I made a floral arrangement using dried flowers.
Welcome to my kitchen. While this isn’t complete, I wanted to give you a peek at what I have started for fall and see a few touches.
I have joined a group of 20 other amazing bloggers who are sharing their kitchens decorated for fall. Make sure to read to the end and check out their pages.
Here is the fun floral arrangement I made out of THESE dried flowers from Bed Bath & Beyond.
In photo number 1, you can see what they came like.
The second photo, they are unwrapped and time to prep them!
Time to cut the stems and arrange!
Check out the finished arrangement below. I am sure you will see it float around my home.
Just make sure not to put the wheat to close to the candle, yes I may have learned from experience.
I walked away for a second, and came back asking James if he smelled something burning – yup to close! No we didn’t start any fires it just got to warm.
PS. The candle smells amazing – like Toasted Marshmallow even when burning something.
Is it to early for pumpkins? I just fell in love with this faux ceramic pumpkin from Bed Bath & Beyond!
Each season I hate switching up these shelves, not because I don’t love to. I just love what I always come up with on these shelves. I try to keep it simple.. add some height and contrast.
If you haven’t been able to tell I LOVE woods and whites. I am not sure if I can pin point my style – its a different one for sure.
Here is a completed version of my shelves – not to much, not to little.
Another thing that I LOVE to do is, mixing metals! You can see here black, silver, and copper along with my woods & whites naturally.
Here is a peek at my peg wall. I will share the full version soon!!
Can you tell my color theme??
I hope you enjoyed seeing a little peek into my kitchen and the simple fall touches I added.
Now it’s time to check out these 20 other amazing kitchens :
How to Make a Wool Pumpkin with Chunky Wool – Happy Happy Nester
Fall Kitchen Decor on a Budget – Hallstrom Home
Touches of Fall in The Kitchen – Craftberry Bush
Simple Fall Kitchen – A Blue Nest
How To Style Kitchen Shelves For Fall – Modern Glam
Hints of Fall Home Tour–Part 2 – Finding Lovely
How to Add Fall Decor to a Kitchen – Sanctuary Home Decor
Coffee Station For Fall – My Sweet Savannah
Fall Kitchen Decorations – My 100 Year Old Home
Fall Kitchen Decor Ideas – Jennifer Maune
Fall Entertaining in the Kitchen – Twelve on Main
Natural Decorating In The Kitchen – Jennifer Rizzo
Neutral Fall Decorating Ideas in the Kitchen – Grace In My Space
Fall Kitchen Decor – Lemon Grove Lane
Easy Elegant Fall Kitchen – Styled With Lace
1891 Cottage Fall Colorful Kitchen Tour – Tatertots and Jello
Early Fall Kitchen with Copper, Leaves & Eggplant – Pine & Prospect Home
Simple Fall Touches in the Kitchen – Dreaming of Homemaking
Decorating the Kitchen for Fall – Seeking Lavender Lane
Cozy Fall Kitchen Ideas to Add Warmth to Your Home – Life Is Better At Home
How to Decorate Your Kitchen for Fall – The Ginger Home