My Open Kitchen Shelves {Fall Nesting}

open shelves with dishes

Have you been puttering around your kitchen this Fall?

And by puttering, I mean just rearranging things.

It’s my favorite thing to do.

It’s how I keep my kitchen clean.

I pick stuff up all the time, dust, and try a new arrangement.

It’s fun.

The thing I love the most about my open shelves is that I can have fun changing things around every season. The shelves are always evolving, although most of the time I start with the same basic elements and add or edit out a few items.

Sometimes I’m in a color mood and sometimes not!

I like to have options.

Last time I showed you my kitchen display shelves, it was the end of the summer and I had added in more yellows.

Now it’s Fall and I simplified the color scheme a bit last weekend, just because. No real reason, I have just been in that “simplifying” mood all around my house.

I don’t even necessarily add any themed elements or even colors that look like “Fall.” I’m a rebel like that.

I just go with my whims and stick with mostly dishes and a few tried and true accessories. I don’t have to change things a lot, small changes make me just as happy!

Rearranging open shelves is like a fun game. For moms.

It’s what I do on a Fall Friday night.

Wild and crazy me.

I am already dreaming up a new idea I want to try for these shelves — maybe next month!

open shelves for dishes

Do you have open shelves?

***Catch up with the 6th annual 31 Days of Falling for Fall series!***

Day OneDay TwoDay ThreeDay FourDay FiveDay SixDay SevenDay EightDay NineDay TenDay ElevenDay TwelveDay ThirteenDay Fourteen,Day FifteenDay SixteenDay SeventeenDay EighteenDay NineteenDay TwentyDay Twenty-One, Day Twenty-Two, today is Day Twenty-Three

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31 days of falling for fall series

The small giraffe on the shelves was sent to me as a gift from the Lulu & Georgia gift shop (such cute gifts!!). It is perfect for holding rings, but I just thought he was so cute I wanted to see him up on my shelf for now!  Also, I was featured on their blog showing off a few of my favorite things from Lulu & Georgia! Many of the other items came from TJ Maxx, Target and vintage stores. I love collecting fun shapes and colors of dishes!

Simple Fall Centerpiece {Use What You Have}

Simple and organic Fall table centerpiece

I picked up some beautiful organic pears at a local market this week. I love looking through the produce aisle at a really nice market. I don’t really like to grocery shop, but somehow looking at all the fruit and vegetables is fun for me! Not only are they good for you, they are so pretty!

But before we eat these delectable pears, I thought I’d play around with a simple Fall centerpiece.

I love making centerpieces in wreaths (see the simple Fall wreath I made last year) but this time I thought maybe it would be fun to set up a centerpiece on this beautiful wood cutting board (via Boxwood Furnishings). I love to use what I have!

easy fall centerpiece

Nothing fancy or fussy, just pretty. And this kind of centerpiece is not too tall for conversation at the table!

easy fall centerpiece

Best of all, when we get hungry for a little snack, we just reach over, grab a pear and take a bite.

Go ahead and say it. It’s brilliant. Heh heh heh.

What’s on your dining room table right now?

31 days of falling for fall series

***Have you been keeping up with my 6th annual 31 Days of Falling for Fall series***

Day OneDay TwoDay ThreeDay FourDay FiveDay SixDay SevenDay EightDay NineDay TenDay ElevenDay TwelveDay ThirteenDay Fourteen,Day FifteenDay SixteenDay SeventeenDay EighteenDay Nineteen, Day Twenty, Today is Day 21!

Come visit fellow Fall lovers & Join the Fall Nesting Link Up Party

 

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