The kitchen is the heart of the home. This is the place where you spend most of your time, where you gather with your family. You nurture your family here and build relationships. In this spot, even if you don’t homeschool, you teach your children about life, hone their skills and show them the meaning of homemaking. Stating that the kitchen is the most important room in your home is probably not exaggerating. As such, you may appreciate your kitchen by keeping it clean and tidy, well-organized and neatly decorated.
Fall decor is significant not only because it is the forerunner of Christmas, but also because it represents harvest time, the season of gratitude. With fall decor, you can express how thankful you are for all the blessings you’d received. What is a better place to show the crops of your harvest and express gratitude than your kitchen?
This makes fall decor in your kitchen meaningful. Yet one of the easiest seasons to decorate is fall. You bring in some nature and fall is already in. Display fruits and pumpkins, or make flower arrangements. Cut some branches from your favorite tree and put them in a vase or some pots. It’s so simple.
I’ve collected some inspirational photos to show you that.
As always, if you click on the images, you find very informative and detailed descriptions and even more pictures. I suggest you click through.
Fall kitchen decor inspiration
This hood with the fine and sightly crabapple branches grabs the attention. It is simply gorgeous.
Autumn colored leaves give a warm and eye-pleasing touch to your space.
Sunflowers and apples are definitely the messengers of fall. Add some scented candles to the arrangement and another of your senses will be enjoying the season.
In this white kitchen, the crops and flowers represent nature, along with the indispensable pumpkins. The wreath adorns the place with elegance and adds a pop of color, too. Do you see the pumpkin sign?
You can keep it minimal. One well-chosen piece can express all you want.
This shelf is like a kitchen mantel. Beautified with Hydrangeas, pumpkins, and a bit of green on display.
This kitchen might seem familiar. Jenn really knows her stuff. When you click on the picture you’ll learn how she makes a perfect fall kitchen decor. See what she did last year, and the year before. She gives some awesome tips.
I hope you’re inspired to make your own simple fall kitchen decor with a thankful heart!
Thank you for reading!