I can remember when orange was the only color pumpkin you could buy to decorate with.......then sometimes you could find a white one......now there are so many pretty colors that it's hard not to come home with a whole trunk full!
As you come thru the door from the family room into the kitchen, the first thing you see is a vintage ladder with fall dish towels displayed on it.
Next to the counter is a vintage Hoosier.......then a big window that floods the kitchen with sun light.
And finally, you will start seeing some pumpkins!
I dressed my pumpkins up a little bit after I got them home with some leaves and roses........
What's a Farmhouse style kitchen without a horse.......and of course some apples are a must for my horse
Here;s a close up of the pumpkin.......it has swirls of pink......white......a pale aqua.......and a soft green......
Now for a tour of the next counter.......
Doesn't this cow have the sweetest face!
I've had my canvas cow and horse for several years but I think they are still available at ICanvas.
Here's my second pumpkin. I love with all of it's scratches and imperfections!
A watercolor hen print and her chicks complete this section of the kitchen counter.
Before we go to the last counter........
Here's a better shot of the burner cover. H made it with a picture frame that was just the right size. to cover all the burners. Notice you can't turn the burners on when the cover is in place..... wouldn't want to start a fire!
Here's my third pumpkin and another cow print.
I added faux leaves and a grape cluster to the top of this pumpkin because the stem was small and not very pretty.
My retro microwave and coffee pot finish up this counter.
I have this sweet bicycle with a basket full of pumpkins and flowers on the refrigerator (attached with 2 small magnets that peel and stick onto the back of the paper print)
A view of the backyard from the window over the sink........
And the view from the big picture window.
And the view from the pass thru into the kitchen from the dining room side.
I hope you enjoyed my fall Farmhouse kitchen tour......ya'll come back soon!