Fall Foliage In the Kitchen

Happy first official day of Fall everyone!!

As my toddler and I were running errands, I passed by some BEAUTIFUL trees that are starting to turn colors and I had to stop and cut a few branches down to make arrangements in our house.  These maple leaves are the perfect foliage that I was looking for to add to our kitchen bar and kitchen table...


wire basket-Hobby Lobby
garlic-grocery store
blue pumpkin-Michael's
white distressed candle holder-Hobby Lobby (clearance)
acorns-Hobby Lobby
mason jar-Walmart
wooden arrow-Hobby Lobby
silver ice bucket-hand-me-down
foliage-maple leaves from outside
wooden candle holder-First Monday Trade Days Canton, TX
cotton-pulled from a field in North LA
stainless steel ladles & measuring cups-Bed, Bath, & Beyond
ladle & cook book holder-Target 
wall color-Revere Pewter Benjamin Moore

table-Junk Junkies (details here)
chairs-World Market
side table-hand-me-down painted (see details here)
glass jar-Hobby Lobby
wicker chargers-Stone Creek Club & Spa Gift Shop (see details here)
urn-Hobby Lobby
pumpkins-Dollar Tree painted with Country Gray and CoCo by ASCP
pheasant feathers-Hobby Lobby
plates-Pottery Barn
chalkboard print-Dear Lillie
chalkboard & frame-old mirror painted with chalkboard paint & ASCP in French Linen (tutorial coming soon)
wall color-Revere Pewter by Benjamin Moore
framed print-Paul Michael

Can't wait for the deep reds and oranges of October leaves! 

Remember, when life hands you lemons, turn them into something lovely!

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