It’s October and the weather has been fabulous – crisp fall air, the leaves are gorgeous with rich colors, we’ve had some rain, but we’ve had some beautiful sunshine too. Fall came a little early for us this year, but it’s been glorious, and I’m thrilled to finally be sharing my fall kitchen decor with you today.
In our kitchen this fall, I’ve kept many of my blue and white ginger jars, vases and bowls that you’ll typically see. My spring kitchen and summer kitchen decor this year also had a focus on my blues. I’ve added more gold touches this season and the results are so pretty.
Keep reading below to see how simple it is to get this look!
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FALL KITCHEN DECOR: BLUE + WHITE + GOLD
My newest addition is this gorgeous new rug, which I had been waiting for, for quite a while (it was more than a month late!) – it was my starting off point for my color palette and when it finally got here, it pulled the entire look together in our fall kitchen.
I couldn’t love it more! It has a southwestern vibe, and the rich blues make a gorgeous statement with our dark floors.
I flanked the range with a pair of my favorite blue and white vases and filled them with very simple faux fall stems in a soft silvery green. I layered some of my go-to tea towels together – I’ve had these vintage french tea towels for more than 15 years if you can believe it! Only for decorative use of course :)If you saw my fall entryway last month, you’ll remember my gold painted pomegranates. I loved them so much I bought more to add to our fall kitchen decor. They were such an easy DIY, it only took a few hours to do.
They’re chic and elegant, I’ll definitely be using them for Christmas also. I added some here in my blue and white bowls with my vases, and also on our island. The pop of gold is gorgeous and they play off of our brass hardware so well.
I’m really loving how all of my chinoiserie pieces and gold touches work with our rug – it really is the perfect layer in our fall kitchen. It will be for Christmas too!On our island, I created a grouping with more pomegranates, a favorite ginger jar (I’ve had a pair of these for about 15 years too!) and also some favorite gold dessert plates styled with my covered cake plate, and pair of vintage brass candlesticks.
I love to keep a floral arrangement here (real or faux), but don’t always have one. I want the focus in our fall kitchen to be on the branches by the range, so I kept the styling here to a minimum.
You know I love my symmetry and this arrangement with my faux leaves, vases and fruit create the perfect focal point in our space. It pulls your eye right back toward that wall.Isn’t the rug fabulous? I’ve linked it below with a few other similar ones also. I’m excited to transition this space to a similar Christmas look with more gold and navy touches, but I’ll enjoy what I’ve created here for a few more weeks first!
PIN THE IMAGE BELOW FOR LATER!I love how this look came together and I hope you love my fall kitchen decor too! If you’d like to visit my fall living room you’ll see how I used navy pillows and a rich, warm color palette. Thank you as always for reading with me today, I hope you found something inspiring for your fall decor! xo