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Fall Home Tour 2017 -Fall Kitchen Decor

Fall Home Tour -Fall Kitchen Decor boho and natural elements mixed with copper and rose gold for a warm fall look.
Fall Home Tour -Fall Kitchen Decor boho and natural elements mixed with copper and rose gold for a warm fall look.

Welcome and thanks for stopping by.  I’m excited to share my fall kitchen decor with you today.  It’s been so hot here this week, but the calendar says it’s officially the first day of fall.

We are blessed to have a forest behind our house, and I have noticed the leaves are just beginning to turn colour.  I’m sure the cool days are not too far off.

Today I’m joining in with some blogger friends for the Fall Decor and Entertaining Blogger Home Tours hosted by Angelina at Peonies and Orange Blossoms.  Be sure to check them all out at the bottom of this post.

Fall Home Tour

This year I was so excited to decorate my kitchen eating area for fall after it’s big makeover in the fall.  I love how white and bright it is now. I decided to go with mostly neutrals in here for fall, with lots of pretty hits of copper and rose gold, and a little bit of the traditional orange for all the fall vibes.

Neutral and Copper Rose Gold Eating Area

fall kitchen decor ideas

My very favourite element has to be the macrame table runner.  I just finished it yesterday after lots of trial and error.  It adds so much lovely texture and warmth to the space.

boho fall decor

It was fun to put together this pretty centre piece with lots of warm neutrals and coppers and rose golds.  I found the lovely peachy pumpkin at a farm stand and love all its pretty texture.

The hydrangeas are some from my garden that I dried and I love the colour.

peach pink pumpkin

The cake stand is a recent find, and seemed like the perfect stage for a few little treasures.

boho fall decor

I added some pretty Baby Boo white pumpkins because they’re just so cute.

And the little amber glass jar turned candle holder is actually just an old yeast jar that I was going to recycle and then rescued because I thought it would be a perfect little tea light holder for fall.

amber glass candle holder

Over on the other side, a few black-eyed susan’s picked from my garden in another recycled glass jar. They always make me think of fall.

fall kitchen decor ideas

I also included a pretty little succulent in a vintage copper cup and old key.

succulent in vintage copper cup

I love grouping together smaller items for a sweet little display full of interest and treasure.

boho fall decor ideas

Side Cabinet

And behind the table on the little side cabinet, another little grouping for fall.

fall decor ideas

The cabinet itself is an antique piece that I made over last summer -see how I did it here.  It’s perfect here for housing all the puppy stuff -food, leash, treats, etc.  In the background is my fall subway art.  I made it years ago -see how here.  I love how it’s really personalized with everything that means fall to our family.

white pumpkins and antler

This pretty antler is one that my oldest daughter and I found in the woods behind our house one day when we were out walking the dog -it’s a real treasure to us.  And I love how it looks grouped with some white pumpkins.

vintage thermos fall vase

Over on the other side I added in some pretty leaves.  What better vase than this old antique thermos with wood grain that I found out thrifting one day.  I’ve grouped it with this pretty squirrel and some felted acorns.

fall kitchen decor

The rest of the house is much more neutral this year with some greys thrown in, but I’m loving the warmth of the copper and rose gold in the kitchen.

boho fall decor ideas

Thanks so much for stopping by to visit.  I’ll be sharing the living room and the dining room all dressed up for fall on Tuesday, so be sure to come back.  And, don’t forget to visit all the other amazing home tours listed below.

With a pretty fall kitchen decor, life really is a party!

More Fall Decor Inspiration

You might also enjoy our Fall Home Tour 2019 here.

Also check out our Fall Home Tour 2018.

You might also like our 5 Ways To Make A Cozy Fall Bedroom here.





  1. I love the macrame table runner that you made! I’ll bet that you and your daughter were both excited to find that antler. My dog found one a few years ago and I was thrilled! I’ve so much enjoyed seeing everyone on the tour’s fall decor this week.

  2. Your table runner is just perfect, and I love all the copper accents you added. Your kitchen looks so cozy and beautiful for fall!

  3. I love the simplicity of your Fall decor! It’s so pretty and calming! I’m crazy about your vignette with the succulent and the old key!!! It’s so charming along with the rest of your home!! Happy Fall!

  4. Your Kitchen and Dining are lovely! I love the way you mix Modern and Rustic elements with ease! My faves are the Macrame’ Table runner and the Geometric Squirrel!

  5. Beautiful!! How special that you found an antler in your backyard woods!! I love the felted acorns – I made some several years ago to… hmm, I need to find them! Thanks for joining the Fall blog home tours!!

  6. Rebecca,
    Thanks so much for your sweet comment. I always love to add in a few little vintage treasures.

  7. Love your simple little touches from the yeast jar to black-eyed-Susan’s. I too am a fan of rose gold but I’m not going to bring it out until Thanksgiving just to switch things up.

  8. Oh, that macrame table runner is so beautiful! I love how you mixed together the traditional and neutral colors – it’s lovely!

  9. I LOVE that macrame runner!! I would love to have one, but don’t have the patience to make it & they are so pricey in stores. I love all the farmhouse touches and the soft colors. Just lovely!!

  10. Thanks Lynn. It’s thanksgiving here in Canada next week, so I guess we’re on the same page, haha.
    Thanks for stopping by,

  11. Kelly,
    Thanks so much. I started out all neutral this year but I just couldn’t resist a little copper rose-gold orange. Tis the season.

  12. Michelle,
    Thanks so much. You should make a runner, I’m hoping to put up a tutorial for this one in the next couple of weeks. Macrame is really easy. Or keep your eyes peeled at Homegoods or Homesense for a cheaper version. 😉

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