The fragrance of fall has wafted into my kitchen these days, along with the fragrance of chalk dust, craft paper, and maybe a little cinnamon.
That's because I gave the kitchen the Autumn treatment and here's how it turned out...
For those of you who have asked about my black and white striped pitcher in the past, I found it for you here!
My chalkboard inspiration was, well, my favorite flavors of fall. And for the first time ever, I'm offering a free chalkboard printable of my hand-drawn board for those of you who'd like this art for yourself! Click here to download!
The paper branch and leaves were inspired by this post from the Nester way back when.
I just took a roll of craft paper, cut a long piece, rolled it up, and hot-glued on some paper leaves. Done.
I just tucked it up in the corners of the cabinets to hang it, and added a few black and white plates (find some similar cute ones here) and a couple of pumpkins in urns. Remember the urns from Spring? I love stretching a dollar.
And the only new item on the shelf is my monogrammed mug which I bought at my newly-opened local Anthro! I think I was the last person not to own one, so I figured it was about time.
And now that the stage is set, it's time for me to get cookin'! What fabulous fall flavors are you serving up?
To see my past Autumn kitchens, click here and here.
And then check out some of these parties and Thrifty Decor Chick's Fall Mantel Party for more inspiration!