Friday, September 30, 2016

Fall Farmhouse Kitchen


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Thanks for visiting my blog today! Our kitchen is all ready for the changing season, with all natural Fall touches. In addition to a few real pumpkins, I have clipped some golden rod from our pasture to make a few arrangements, and hang to dry. Yes…it does cause a few of us to sneeze, so I brought some in for photos and then put it on our porch for fall decor.



I received this fabulous French fruit crate from Elsie Green House and Home…and hung it above the island to dry herbs. Here, I have cut eucalyptus, basil, Russian sage, and golden rod. The golden rod is also in the metal EAT sign. I like to use fresh fruit as decor this time of year. Fresh pears and apples are on the baking station. The candle burning is from CANDELLES, and is the Maple Vanilla Scent …perfect Fall candle!

The Russian Sage is from Greenwood Nursery online shop…and is one of my blog sponsors listed on the sidebar.





My sweet husband built our reclaimed wooden vent hood several years ago, and it’s one of my favorite additions in our home. I love the character it brings to our almost all-white kitchen. The rug is from Ivy and Stone Home, and is from the Magnolia rug line. It adds another pop of fall color. The sink curtain is actually a vintage grain sack; I used clips from IKEA and a tension rod to attach it under the sink.






I love French canning jars! They add a pop of color, and serve as pretty vases too. I got the tall dark green one from Vivi et Margot online shop, as well as the ceramic faisselle. I have found a few ironstone pieces at antique shops or flea markets…it’s one of my favorite collections.


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Julie said...

I would like to come over and cook a big pot of pasta in your beautiful kitchen, Becky! Everything is so gorgeous! Happy Fall!

FrenchGardenHouse said...

Becky, what a gorgeous kitchen! Your drying rack is a genius idea! Love it. Your style is what I love most, this would look amazing in my own French Country home. You have a talent for taking natural elements to enhance what is already there, I love it. Happy Fall@

Christy James said...

I love everything about your gorgeous kitchen! The island...the vent hood, etc etc. SO beautiful and charming! XO

Shirley@Housepitality Designs said...

Love, love your kitchen and that drying rack is such a wonderful and creative idea! Your kitchen looks like a kitchen in the countryside of France...Happy Fall!!!

Lisa Brown said...

Love it
thanks for the chance
jslbrown2009 at aol dot com

Unknown said...

pinned! just moved to a new home and these will come in quite handy.

Burlap Luxe said...

Fall never looked so fabulous in white and golden rod.
I have always loved your Kitchen Becky, love all the little touches you add that compliment with subtle beauty. I too have a few clear glass French canning jars, and ironstone in its mix with older and newer and French pieces.
It's so inspiring to see similar likes between us yet uniquely different.
Loved your home kitchen tour and can't wait for the holidays here with you.


Thomas Murphy said...



Michele @ The Nest at Finch Rest said...

Per usual, you nailed it perfectly, Becky. Love your awesome farmhouse kitchen! Hugs!

firstlove02 said...

You have a really lovely kitchen. I could see how great a cuppa tea/coffee would be in that lovely white kitchen.

I love the flooring. Can you tell me about it. It is gorgeous wood.

Sarah :)

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