We’re excited for the change of seasons and warm cozy kitchens have been catching our eyes. Many trending kitchen designs lend to a warm fall vibe. We’re finding inspiration in stone accent walls, earthy cabinet paint, warm stones, woven textures, and rich styling accents. Take a look at these ten kitchens that have has feeling fall vibes.
Your cabinets don’t have to be white for your kitchen to feel airy and fresh. We love the dark wood and taupe cabinets for lending a stately vibe. Paired with that rich Persian rug it’s perfect for fall baking and holiday entertaining.
Brass accents and saturated rug color adds depth to the light space. We like the light gray wash island paired with dark accent beams.
Woven textures move easily from breezy summer coastal to rustic fall texture. Pair them with ceramics, fall fruit, and sculptural branches.
Warm almond colored cabinetry and medium toned woods feel so cozy. A ceramic vase full of dried grasses and florals is an affordable fall styling tip you can do today. So pretty.
Dark cabinetry and black counters are dramatic and inviting. Affordable look to steal? Colorful fall branches styled in a vase. We love them placed here on a pretty stack of wood boards and colorful cookbooks.
White and wood kitchens are a favorite of ours. A mix of wood tones like you see in this kitchen adds a lot of depth. If your kitchen is light, consider adding in dark and medium wood tones for fall. You might be thinking of a dark wood investment like counter stools, or something more affordable like cutting boards and wooden utensils styled in a stoneware crock.
This wood butler’s pantry is so pretty. The pairing with black stone counters makes the rustic look feel more modern. Easy fall look to incorporate in your own space? A rustic dough bowl piled with fresh pears.
Wood and leather counter stools are an on-trend update that are especially perfect for the season. The look adds a rich organic vibe to your space. Plus, they are so durable, a great option for kids. Like the look? Check out how we used them in this project.
IN this warm, refined kitchen, that rustic wood beam on the range hood is so pretty. It has incredible texture and adds a lot of warmth. A more affordable option that adds warmth? Consider switching out your hardware for brass.