How to Add Fall Decor to Your Kitchen
I Am So Excited To Share With You Easy Elegance Wednesdays, Where We Celebrate Simple Elegant Decor. Today I Am Sharing Some Tips on How to Style and Make fall decor items for your kitchen.
Last year’s fall decor in our kitchen was my all-time favorite. (Which means I have some work to do next week!)
In my post from last fall titled, How to Style Your Kitchen Decor for Fall, I shared how to make these awesome wrap-around aprons.
Can I just say how much I love these aprons? I made three of them and they were really easy to make.
In case you are wondering why I made three, I wanted there to be extras for my family members while they help me cook. (And perhaps I was also looking for a way to motivate them to help me cook!)
But just in case you don’t like or have time to sew, you can find these adorable and inexpensive aprons (as in under $20) on Amazon.
I actually selected 16 of my favorite aprons if you are looking for something to inspire you for your fall and holiday cooking!
Just click here to see them all.
I also painted these wooden spoons to tie into my kitchen decor. For the DIY just go to How to Style Your Kitchen Decor for Fall.
Today I am also sharing with you Easy Elegance Wednesdays, where we celebrate simple elegant decor.
Today we are sharing:
- My 100 Year Old home / How to Style Your Kitchen Decor for Fall
- Sanctuary Home Decor | 4 Simple Fall Decorating Ideas
- StoneGable | Easy to Make Chinoiserie Pumpkins
- Designthusiasm |Styling a Fall Hutch with Soft Neutral Colors
- Home Stories A to Z | Gorgeous Outdoor Fall Table Tips
StoneGable | Easy to Make Chinoiserie Pumpkins
Designthusiasm |Styling a Fall Hutch with Soft Neutral Colors
Home Stories A to Z | Gorgeous Outdoor Fall Table Tips
My 100 Year Old home / How to Style Your Kitchen Decor for Fall
Sanctuary Home Decor | 4 Simple Fall Decorating Ideas
Pin the image below to your Kitchen or fall decor boards on Pinterest (just click the Pin button in the top left corner). You can also follow along with me on Pinterest!
Click here to see my 16 Favorite Fall Aprons Under $20.
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Loving all the decorations that can stay out until Christmas decoration time
I am not a sewer but aprons look they would add some more color hanging in a fall kitchen
I’m trying to unsubscribe but can’t find where to do it. I love your site but I just have too much going on at this time.
I might have to make one of these cute aprons that you made. However, I’m still loving the L Seata art aprons that I got at your workshops. They are my favorites. Love all your crafty ideas, they always inspire me.
LOVE your blog! I want to sew up an apron or two. Did you use a pattern that you purchased or just did your own thing? Thanks so much