Rusts, corals, and greens with touches of copper create a warm and cozy fall vibe in this fall kitchen tour.
This week has been full of fall inspiration – today’s fall kitchen continues the cozy, coppery feel that I shared in the family room yesterday. I’m loving these fall colors this year! I don’t know if it’s because I did a more neutral palette the last couple of years, but their warmth is really speaking to me right now.
I’m using warm versions of fall colors, but less bold than the traditional dark browns and oranges. Faded rusts, as well as soft corals and greens are forming the basis of my fall decor this year. And of course, that touch of copper I’m crushing on is making an appearance again 😉
I love styling this area of the kitchen. I keep some cake plates here year round, and when different seasons or holidays roll around I add a little something to them. Though I love them empty, too!
These apples are from my tree this year! I love incorporating fruits or vegetables of the season when I can, and the bonus is, you get to eat them 😉
My copper pots are something I started buying a couple of years ago. I use them year round, but I do love displaying them in the fall. They are perfect for bringing warmth to a fall kitchen.
These antique hydrangeas are one of my absolute favorite flowers, and they are so representative of fall. I love their rich but faded colors – the exact thing I was going for this year! In fact, I had them in my head when I was planning my fall decor this year.
Here I clumped them in a vintage French zinc bucket, along with a couple other flowers and my go-to eucalyptus. The runner is an antique grain sack.
White pumpkins are always a good thing don’t you think?
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I hope you’ll hop around to take in all my friends sharing their fall kitchens as well!
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