Good Morning loves! Happy Thursday 🙂 I’m so happy to share my farmhouse kitchen shelves decked out for Fall with you all. If you follow me on Instagram then you would have seen a preview of it before. My day yesterday wasn’t that exciting but I did get tons checked off on my to do list. Sometimes I feel so horrible and like a failure when my goals set for the day aren’t completed. It’s very frustrating. I’m not superwoman although sometimes I wish I was. I guess we all do to some degree don’t we. Let’s just keep grinding away and seize each moment to do something good. That’s all we can ask for.
Have you started decorating for Fall? I have and I shared the living room and dining room decor on this post and on this one. These Indian Summer temperatures aren’t making me feel like Fall has arrived, but my decor inside tells another story…It’s Fall Ya’ll. In the kitchen I didn’t bring in the burgundy that I used as a pop of color. Instead I just used creamy whites, and pretty shades of green.
I had my Rae Dunn ceramic pieces, tucked away in another cabinet. You can see they were not out on the shelving when I shared them the first time on this post. I felt for the Fall and Winter, they would look better out on the shelves.
The terra cotta pot on the top shelf and the wooden spoolies are vintage. I got the greenery at Marshall’s and the little Hello Fall and Eat Drink & Give Thanks signs at Home Goods. The little green ceramic pumpkins I got at the dollar spot in Target
In my wire basket I simply pilled pumpkins up in varying shades of green and white. The big green one is actually real and the others faux. I love that you can mix real and faux and it comes out so pretty. The small velvet green ones I got from the dollar spot at Target and the bigger white ones and the dark green one from Michael’s.
The Little Farmhouse kitchen sign I found at HomeGoods
I’m really happy with the way the shelving came out and I hope your inspired to bring a little Fall into your kitchen this season. It doesn’t have to cost a lot. Shop your home and repurpose things. It’s a sure way to say money.