Sweet Fall-elujah!! It’s pumpkin time and I’m so excited to share my kitchen all decked out for fall! I miiiiight have gone a little overboard with the pumpkins, but I think you’ll forgive me. I couldn’t stop adding them! 💗🎃💗
I’m joining some sweet friends today who are also sharing their homes. If you are coming over from Kelly at The Tattered Pew, welcome sweet friends!! Kelly’s home is just gorgeous and I’m honored to follow her in the blog hop. Be sure to check the next house and the rest of the homes at the end of the post. They are all gorgeous!!
I wanted this open shelves are in the kitchen to feel like a pumpkin patch, hence the cascading pumpkins and fun “Pumpkin Patch” pillow.
On thing I added to my shelves is the cathedral window. I’ve only ever displayed it on the white side, but I had to take it down recently and remembered that it was stained on the back. So, popped it up here to see how it looks and I love it!
I added some pumpkins to the shelves that look like they are spilling out of the tobacco basket, so it adds to the theme of my pumpkin patch goal.
I used my wooden centerpiece (DIY tutorial here) for my table and filled it with some lamb’s ear and wooden and twig pumpkins.
My new bamboo shades in the eat-in kitchen continue to make me smile every day. I love their coastal nod, but the color (jute wheat) lends itself perfectly for fall.
Another few things in this photo that make me smile are the striped blue and cream curtains and the Fintorp hanging system from Ikea. I love the pumpkin in the colander and the pretty pumpkin & magnolia leaf wreath!
I saw a similar chalkboard on Pinterest with a fun fall bucket list and thought it was so cute! I added the “Sweet Fall-elujah” because I recently saw “fall-elujah” on a front door mat (in this post) and thought it was so clever. Love it!!
Hallelujah for the promise of cooler temperatures, fun trips to the pumpkin patch and football!
I hope you enjoyed this little tour of my fall “pumpkin patch” kitchen. You will find the sources below and then below that check out the other homes in our blog hop tour!
And be sure to comment below with your favorite part of the kitchen!
My Fall Kitchen Sources
- Open Shelves (Tutorial)
- Cathedral Arched Window
- Tobacco Baskets
- Antique Ball Jar Candle (favorite fall scents: Fall Harvest, Apple Pickin’, Autumn Leaves, Momma’s Kitchen)
- Large Glass Aqua Vase
- Large Iron Measuring Cup Vase
- Wooden Pumpkin with Cable Knit Sweater (Tutorial)
- Cotton Boll Wreath
- Lambs Ear
- Cotton Stems
- Buffalo Check Pillow
- Pumpkin Patch Pillow
- Wicker Chair
- Milk Jug Vase
- Small Floral Bouquet on Shelves
- Large Bouquet on Stool
- Wooden Stool
- Large Green Pumpkin
- Medium Cream Pumpkin
- Blue & Green Smaller Pumpkins (no longer sold)
- “They Broke Bread” Sign
- Blue Striped Curtains
- Curtain Rod
- Bamboo Blinds
- Wooden Box Centerpiece (Tutorial)
- Striped Cloth Napkins (from Hobby Lobby: Farmhouse Christmas collection)
- White Plates / White Bowls
- X-back Chairs
- Painted Farmhouse Table (Tutorial)
- Large Chalkboard (Tutorial)
- Hanging Fintorp System
- Large Wooden Cutting Board
- Magnolia Leaf & Pumpkin Wreath
The next home on the blog hop tour is my sweet friend Brendt at She Gave It a Go. I got to meet her this summer at the Haven Conference and she’s so sweet and even lives in my state! Her kitchen is swoon-worthy! Give her a shout and tell her I sent you over. 😊
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