By: Megan Bohannan
Adding dark textiles to your kitchen decor is a great way to adding the feeling of fall into your home. Focus on decorating with an autumnal palette, laying textured mats and table liners juxtaposed against dark window coverings for a relaxing, cozy effect.
Consider adding a butcher block to your kitchen this fall. Most often found in rustic farm homes, this kitchen amenity is a great addition that is both practical and decorative. If you lack the space for a butcher's block, adding a large cutting board is another way to bring some earthiness to your kitchen's color scheme.
Pops Of Color
For this fall season, choose colors that are warm in tone and darker in hue. Some examples of great fall colors would be maroon, olive, burgundy, burnt orange, and navy. These colors can be incorporated in your kitchen by painting an accent wall or by placing small accessories throughout.
Placing indoors plants throughout your kitchen is another way to implement the feeling of fall into your kitchen. Most house plants require very little upkeep and add to creating a fresh and inviting atmosphere. Look into plants that bloom in the fall like the amaryllis, oxalis triangularis, and cape primrose.