Fall Metallics&Metals

This fall season I am all about metallics and metals, particularly copper! From shiny pumpkins to Moscow mule cups, I love it all. Here in Ohio we had three chilly days in a row, so I knew it was time to bring the pumpkins out. Plus, it is my strong belief that everything pumpkin should be in place before Starbucks releases the long awaited PSL! A dear friend of mine gifted us a bar cart, it is one of my favorite places to decorate and I change it up constantly! Oh, and did I mention it is now clearanced at Target! Click the link to shop.

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Bar cart details include: to go coffee cups, Moscow mule cups, copper metal baskets available in store at Wal Mart, $3 for a set of two! (Run don’t walk) The baskets are available to ship in a bundle with a few other copper kitchen accessories. I also have a copper pumpkin I picked up at Marshall’s last year. The galvanized metal sign is still available. We had this out at the coffee bar at our wedding but it’s transitioned to our bar cart perfectly.

IMG_7803I picked up ceramic mug at a local boutique, but it is made by Mud Pie and available online. Of course, my bar cart would not be complete without some Rae Dunn. The cream pitcher was a TJ Maxx find. Lastly, similar copper measuring spoons can be found at World Market.


Another area I love to switch up the decor regularly is a shelf from Hobby Lobby. It is the perfect small space to add little knick-knacks to.


All throughout our kitchen we have pops of metallic decor. Believe it or not the small different colored pumpkins are all from the dollar tree! I love when I find small pieces to tie everything together.


This white table I found at Home Goods. What it lacks in functionality it makes up for in adorable space to decorate, DUH!! A few staple pieces you will always find on the table are my cake stands, vintage American family scale, and Magnolia Market measuring pitchers.


Okay, I know that was a lot! But, the kitchen is the heart of my home and my favorite place to decorate. I hope I spread some fall cheer to you!

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