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Simple Fall Farmhouse Kitchen & Dining Room Tour

Simple Fall Farmhouse Kitchen & Dining Room Tour

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Hi friends! I am so excited to show you the second part of my fall home tour today. Read Part 1 here! This one is all about my kitchen & dining room area! I spruced it up with some simple fall decor & I am so happy with how it turned out.

Also, I want to say I am so sorry for posting this way later than I meant to. We are on vacation right now, & as I type this we are traveling on a train through the Austrian countryside!

Fall is my favorite time to visit Europe because the colors of all the leaves are so gorgeous! It is also cheaper and not as crowded during off-season. Which is a total win in my book! If you haven’t visited Europe in the fall, do it!

Okay, back to the tour. πŸ™‚

Simple Fall Farmhouse Kitchen & Dining Room Tour

You may recognize these green charger plates from theΒ Dollar Store Thanskgiving tablescape post I did last year. I still love them so much!

And yes, I know I didn’t do full table settings for this post… I’m a bad decor blogger, aren’t I? Oops. Will you forgive me?

Simple Fall Farmhouse Kitchen & Dining Room Tour

Here you can see my Fresh Pies Baked Served Daily sign that we hung up just a few weeks ago. I actually found mine in the Target dollar spot! And I think it works so well with my fall decor.

Now I want some pumpkin pie… Do you have a favorite kind of pie that you like to eat during the fall season? Let me know in the comments!

Simple Fall Farmhouse Kitchen & Dining Room Tour

And perhaps you remember this rusticΒ milk jug from my Simple Rustic Farmhouse Spring CenterpieceΒ post? Yay for thrift store finds!

All I did to make it a little bit more fall-ish was add a little dried wheat to it & I also put a piece of burlap around the top.Β 

Simple Fall Farmhouse Kitchen & Dining Room Tour

 

Simple Fall Farmhouse Kitchen & Dining Room Tour

This fall hand towel almost didn’t make it into the tour, because I totally forgot I had it!

Last week, before our trip, I was scrambling around to find my passport & ended up finding this in the process. So cute!

Simple Fall Farmhouse Kitchen & Dining Room Tour

To bring a little fall touch to our kitchen, I brought out my red teapot & left some gold & white mugs out on the counter next to theΒ wooden pumpkin that I found on sale last year.

I think it makes everything super cozy. Doesn’t it?

Simple Fall Farmhouse Kitchen & Dining Room Tour

And these mini pumpkins are my favorite… can you guess what I made them out of?!Β 

I’ll give you a minute to think about it, & then I’ll tell you at the end!

Simple Fall Farmhouse Kitchen & Dining Room Tour

Simple Fall Farmhouse Kitchen & Dining Room Tour

By the way, in case you are eyeing my command center in the background, hereΒ is my post all about how I made it!

Simple Fall Farmhouse Kitchen & Dining Room Tour

 

I found this window picture frame at the 99 Cent Only store a few months back for only 8 bucks! It’s a Threshold brand frame that originally costs almost 40 bucks, so I couldn’t believe my luck when I found it.

Honestly, at first it took us a while to figure out where to put it. It made sense to hang it behind the table, but it didn’t look exactly right until I hung 99 Cent Only store cream platters on either side of it.

I love that I get to switch out the pictures in it as well, depending on the season. For now they are these fall printables that I made, and I adore them!

Simple Fall Farmhouse Kitchen & Dining Room Tour

The pumpkins are from Michaels. And I justΒ painted a few more of them white to balance out the colors in the centerpiece basket.

Simple Fall Farmhouse Kitchen & Dining Room Tour

Alright, are you ready to find out how I made those DIY mini pumpkins? They are actually made out of 99 Cent Only store scouring sponges!

I know, right? I found them & realized they were perfect for turning into fall pumpkins. And as someone pointed out onΒ Instagram, they will be great for cleaning up after I put the rest of my fall decor away!

Friends, thank you so much for joining me on this of my fall farmhouse kitchen. I hope you enjoyed it!

Fall Farmhouse Kitchen & Dining Room Tour

 


 

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9 Comments

  • Reply
    Ola
    October 19, 2017 at 9:04 am

    I love how clean your kitchen is! And those scrubbie pumpkins are adorable.

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      Create Pray Love
      October 23, 2017 at 7:28 am

      I wish it was always this clean! πŸ˜‰ And thank you!!

  • Reply
    Tracy
    October 19, 2017 at 11:48 am

    So pretty! I love your simple fall touches!

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    Jessica
    October 19, 2017 at 6:08 pm

    Your kitchen and dining area look so nice!

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    October 21, 2017 at 11:02 am

    […] you spotted it in my Fall Kitchen & Dining Room tour post from last week? I made it to put in the rustic window picture frame we have hanging above our […]

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    Habiba
    October 25, 2017 at 10:13 am

    There are so many things I love in your home: the CREATE mug, the wonderful lamp over your dining table, the fun little pumpkins made from cleaning sponges, the command centre, the window-frame, the green plates, ooohhhhh, simply everything <3

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