The days are getting shorter, cozy blankets are making their way onto the couch and little touches of fall are around our home. While I wouldn’t say that I decorate “seasonally”…each change of season does bring a shift in my mood and aesthetic. For me, it’s amazing how just a few details can change the whole feel of a space. And because our kitchen has such a neutral base, I love to layer in colors and textures that reflect that new season. For fall it’s all about cozy textures and jewel tones. It just happens to be my most favorite season!
I recently found a vintage landscape painting at the Long Beach flea market and while it was originally in our living room, I moved it onto the kitchen counter and I’m absolutely loving it in this room! The deep greens bring so much life and depth to the space. The brown utensil crock is also a new addition from the flea market. It’s amazing how just a few things can change the feel of a space…the deeper, richer tones just feel so good for the cooler temperatures of fall and winter. And I love how they both effortlessly combine with the pieces I already owned…including my favorite cutting boards and farmhouse utensil crock.
On the island I swapped out a glass vase for this more substantial pitcher in a beautiful deep teal. Filled with greens from Trader Joe’s and set alongside a vintage bowl filled with clementines, the two anchor the island nicely!
Kitchen Details: Barstools / Wood Cutting Boards (large and small) / Copper Kitchenaid / Glass Containers for Flour & Sugar / Farmhouse Utensil Crock / Glazed Platter (Chrissy Teigen collection at Target, couldn’t find it online) / Brown Utensil Crock (vintage) / Wood Bowl (vintage) / Landscape painting (vintage) – this one is similar