You can still make your home gorgeous while shopping on a budget. Here are 5 tips for Fall Kitchen Decor on a Budget. My kitchen needed a fall refresh, perfect for the season. There’s a bonus, other ladies have joined me today on decorating their kitchens so be sure to keep reading.
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Tip 1: Natural Elements
This is a very inexpensive way to add the fall look to your home. Leaves, apples, and oranges are great options to add around in your decor to make it cozy. Todays Creative Life has a great tutorial on how to dry orange slices. Dried oranges are a great look for fall or winter. You can create garlands, potpourri, and even gift wrapping. There are so many fun ideas!
Tip 2: Reuse Decor
This is one of my favorites! Do you have bins of decor you’ve reused? It’s a great way to save money. I like to use a lot of years past decor but in different ways. Rearrange them in a way you normally wouldn’t, or try it in a new spot. This can range from garlands, blankets, pillows, pumpkins. And all of the other fun things you have.
Tip 3: Bring the Outdoors In
I love to bring in mums or asters, they add a fun pop of color. Being placed in vases throughout the kitchen, make it very inviting. Follow along our fall decor board on Pinterest for inspiration.
Tip 4: Twinkle Lights
I reuse my fairy light strands each year and for most seasons. Christmas and Valentines Day are perfect for twinkle lights. Our Christmas Table Setting has become very popular, and it has hints of fairy lights.
Tip 5: Pumpkins Fresh or Faux
I love to mix both kinds together depending on my budget for the season. Some years I don’t want to buy a lot of fresh pumpkins, so I’ll just repaint my faux pumpkins to match that years decor.
Last year I painted my pumpkins blue and this year I went more neutral. I also have a chalk painting ebook that goes over all the things you need to know about painting. We have even painted shoes! Here is a sneak peak at our fall arrangement that we will be sharing soon.
Just don’t forget to have a fall candle. A candle to warm the kitchen and fill that air with pumpkin, that sounds amazing!
Here is our bright beautiful bouquet! What do you love most about fall?
21 Fall Kitchen Tours
How to Make a Wool Pumpkin with Chunky Wool – Happy Happy Nester
Fall Kitchen Decor on a Budget – Hallstrom Home
Touches of Fall in The Kitchen – Craftberry Bush
Simple Fall Kitchen – A Blue Nest
How To Style Kitchen Shelves For Fall – Modern Glam
Hints of Fall Home Tour–Part 2 – Finding Lovely
How to Add Fall Decor to a Kitchen – Sanctuary Home Decor
Coffee Station For Fall – My Sweet Savannah
Fall Kitchen Decorations – My 100 Year Old Home
Fall Kitchen Decor Ideas – Jennifer Maune
Fall Entertaining in the Kitchen – Twelve on Main
Natural Decorating In The Kitchen – Jennifer Rizzo
Neutral Fall Decorating Ideas in the Kitchen – Grace In My Space
Fall Kitchen Decor – Lemon Grove Lane
Easy Elegant Fall Kitchen – Styled With Lace
1891 Cottage Fall Colorful Kitchen Tour – Tatertots and Jello
Early Fall Kitchen with Copper, Leaves & Eggplant – Pine & Prospect Home
Simple Fall Touches in the Kitchen – Dreaming of Homemaking
Decorating the Kitchen for Fall – Seeking Lavender Lane
Cozy Fall Kitchen Ideas to Add Warmth to Your Home – Life Is Better At Home
How to Decorate Your Kitchen for Fall – The Ginger Home