Do you struggle with decorating ideas for late summer – early fall? Honestly, I think we all do! So, I’ve come up with some easy ideas you can try in your home. Today, I’m sharing some early fall decor ideas for the kitchen! Hopefully, I’ll inspire you with simple ways to transition your decor from summer to fall…
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Early Fall Decor Ideas for the Kitchen:
In addition to sharing my early fall decor ideas, I’m joining a group of 11 talented bloggers for a Transitioning to Fall 2021 Blog Hop! My friend, Amber from Follow the Yellow Brick Home is hosting us and she’s also the first stop on the blog hop! Today, she’s sharing her easy last summer to early fall decor so be sure to swing by her gorgeous blog. If you are just arriving from Thistle Key Lane …Welcome! Michelle always decorates her home so beautifully so I’m sure she inspired you!
Also remember to visit the rest of the bloggers listed at the end of this post. Get ready for tons of early fall decorating inspiration!
Early Fall Decorating:
If you’ve read my blog before, you know that I try to savor every last minute of summer. Sure, I love fall (for the most part) but I can’t get motivated to fully decorate for the season until after Labor Day. So, what do I do during this transitional time? Well, I try to ease into fall with decor that will work for late summer as well as early fall. Today, I’ll show you my fall kitchen decor.
Early Fall Decor in the Kitchen:
For me, it makes sense to decorate the kitchen with items that are in season. Since our backyard hydrangeas are blooming like crazy, I cut off a bunch and brought them inside.
For my early fall decor this year, I mixed my green hydrangeas with my blue and white pieces.
To continue with the green color, I added some apples to my fall kitchen decor. After all, apples are in season this time of year.
Pears are also in season. Recently, I found this green ceramic pear at Homegoods. Isn’t it cute?…
Though, I can’t decide if I like the shine or if I’d rather have a matte finish. (You can see my reflection in the middle of it.) Maybe that will be a future DIY…
I’ve always loved adding green to my blue and white collection. In fact, last year I decorated with similar pieces.
Yes, I’ll make any excuse to decorate with blue and white! Check out the other ways I’ve decorated with blue and white in the fall!
This year, I bought these adorable seagrass glasses. So far, I’ve used them to decorate my summer bar cart, on an outdoor table setting and now I’m using them as vases for the hydrangeas on my windowsill. Isn’t it great to find several uses for things?
Another example is my blue and white planter. Last Christmas I filled it with poinsettias! For now, I’ll just enjoy the hydrangeas and the late summer – early fall look!
As you can see, I barely made a dent when I cut a bunch of flowers for my home! Look at these crazy hydrangea bushes!
Hopefully, I’ve inspired you with my early fall decor ideas for the kitchen.
Once September arrives, I’ll be adding more autumn accessories to my home. No need to rush things… I plan to enjoy every moment that’s left of the wonderful summer season! If you can’t wait, here are 7 simple kitchen fall decor ideas!
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Once again, thank you to Amber from Follow the Yellow Brick Home for hosting this lovely tour!
Please visit the rest of the participants on the Transitioning to Fall 2021 Blog Hop from the list below. If you are following along in order, Bluesky at Home is next. Carol is sharing her summer to fall vignette!
What are your favorite early fall decorating ideas?
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