At the beginning of this year we made some changes to our kitchen. We painted the cabinets and the space off to the side of our main kitchen was painted and some new hardboard planked walls and shelving went in. This is now my go to space for seasonal vignettes. I added some brown tones on the shelves, hung a festive apron, leaned a faux connhusk wreath on my rolling pins, and added some mums for color and seasonal texture.
The only addition to the kitchen was a pair of woodland applique towels. If you’re curious about my easy applique method stop over and read about my son’s fox pillow.
Some flannel fabric and tribal napkins were the basis for the whole design.
As promised last week, here’s a peek at our new DIY antique water bottle lamps on the fraternal twin end tables we bought from Cassie! I love them!! They are the perfect height and pop of color to go with the weathered bed my husband made.
I finally hung some art that was sitting on the floor up on the wall. Working with an existing nail in the wall I created a small asymmetrical gallery wall centered over the dresser and chair. I live in scarves during the fall and winter, so I figured using some of them as decor would help them be easily accessible and look pretty! A simple grapevine pumpkin and a leafy ironstone plate were added for a decidedly fall touch.
Thanks for visiting! Don’t forget to stop over at Kelly’s from View Along the Way tomorrow! I am sure her fall tour is going to be beautiful and inspiring.
If you missed any tours and/or want to stay on top of the remaining tours here’s the schedule for the entire month.