Hello! I am popping in today to show you how I am styling the shelves in my kitchen nook for Fall. If you follow along here, you know that I am craving a less is more feel in my home this year and find myself wanting a more streamlined design for my home: more space, less clutter. So when I started styling shelves for Fall this season, I was surprised where I landed.
Before I share, though, today I have a treat for you! I am participating in the Blogger’s Best Fall Home tour 2022. My friend Kelly from The Tattered Pew hosts this yearly event, and a big thank you to her! If you are visiting from my friend Wendy’s blog WM Design House a warm welcome!
Let’s get started!
Since I don’t have a mantle, this is the place where I usually decorate for the seasons.
I have kept it simple in the past and lean towards a neutral feel.
This was one of my favorites.
The past year, I was looking for a little more depth to the shelves, so I painted the back a darker grey (Cityscape by SW). I LOVE THEM!
I have also been eliminating typography art in my home piece by piece. So for Fall, that is where I decided to start. I picked out some fresh art prints from Society6 and bought frames for them at Micheal’s. I love shopping for prints because you can personalize your art to what you love.
Here is what I ended up with – sorry about the glare!
I chose this peach print because we live near a peach orchard, and I loved the warmer tones. It’s a great kitchen print. The Kitten bandit print was something that just spoke to me, so I went with it, and then…..
Despite trying to eliminate all typography, I found my favorite quote by F.Scott Fitzgerald. Into my cart it went.
Once I had the new art hung, I loved the warmer feel so much I didn’t want to pumpkin it out. The grey with the orange and a few wood pieces felt like the change of seasons.
So I decided to make a few more tweaks by switching out a plant for more texture with a tumbleweed and my knitted 70’s flower child pumpkin I picked up at the Found Cottage Merchantile earlier this month.
And I am calling in good for right now. I may throw a few white pumpkins into a bowl, but it’s making me happy for now. What do you think?
Now let’s see what my friends are up to. Next up on the tour is my friend Ann from Dabbling and Decorating, and she is sharing her Fall porch with us today!
Do you follow me on Pinterest? I’ve been pinning all kinds of ideas for upcoming projects. I’d love for you to join me. 🙂
That’s it for me today!
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