Today, I'm sharing simple ways for decorating the kitchen for spring and some spring decorating ideas for the kitchen table. If you are looking for no-fuss, modern farmhouse style decorating ideas, this simple spring home tour will be right up your street.
2022 Spring home tour
With spring just around the corner, what better way to start the decorating ball rolling than with the blogger's spring home tours? A big thanks to Marty of 'A stroll thru life' for organising the home tour. If you are joining me from Alicia at 'Thrifty & Chic', a big welcome to you. Isn't Alicia's stylish home to die for? Alicia has so many beautiful vintage farmhouse pieces in her home I could stare at her photos all day long!
That's what I love about the blogger home tours, the sheer mix of home and decorating styles involved. Whether your home is small or large, grand or simple, minimalist or maximalist, you are guaranteed to find a decorating style here to enjoy!
The home tour is running all week long, so don't forget to come back and see everyone else's home tour this week.
How I'm decorating the kitchen for spring
For me, the kitchen is one of the easiest rooms to decorate for spring. A few small touches here or there is all your need to bring a fresh look to your kitchen in spring.
Decorating the kitchen for spring entails styling a tiered tray and adding some fresh flowers like tulips to my kitchen countertops and a few extra touches. Simple is best when decorating the kitchen because that room is the workhorse of the home, after all!
Spring touches in the kitchen
Decorating the kitchen for spring doesn't have to mean buying all new. Pretty kitchen utensils can easily double as spring decor.
Display pretty mixing bowls, tableware and baskets on your countertop as budget-friendly spring decor. Spot the subtle nod to spring with bunny napkins (in the basket), sheep (in the photo) and a tiny ceramic bunny.
If you use eggs every day, why not display them in a wire basket like the one in the image above? For baking, eggs are best used at room temperature so leaving them out means they'll always be ready for the next spring bake! Alternatively, you could fake it by displaying blown-out eggs instead!
It's so hard to get a good, long shot of the kitchen because in the mornings there's too much light streaming through the windows and in the afternoons there's not enough! I think I'm going to have to start masking the windows before I take photos in this room in future.
If you have any photography tips for me, for shooting facing a window, I'd be grateful if you could leave them in the comments below. 🙂
Get the look - Spring Kitchen
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Simple kitchen table décor for spring
This little wooden kitchen table is where we eat day-to-day meals. I usually add a small centrepiece to this table because there's not much room, and I like to keep it simple.
This year, I've filled a rustic ceramic plant pot with some spring blooms then set that inside one of my favourite wreaths.
You may recognise the flax wreath from my Christmas home tour where I had it hanging in the hallway. I love decorating with natural wreaths because they are very versatile and usable throughout the seasons.
TIP: The dried wreath hanging on the wall is a simple DIY wildflower wreath from last summer. I wrote a post about how I made that wreath here. It's easy to make and (almost) free!
Decorating a window sill for Spring
Do you decorate your window ledges each season?
Adding spring touches to the window sill behind the table is one of my favourite ways of decorating the kitchen for spring.
This spring, I've added a rustic twig wreath, some sun-loving spring plants and decorated with ceramic bunnies.
The galvanised plant pots were a lucky find at our local garden centre. I also tweaked the decor and used them for a spring tablescape that I'll be sharing next week.
By the way, you would never know that to get the shot above, I had to teeter on the basement stairs in our under-stair pantry haha!
TIP: The decorated Easter eggs are an easy DIY that I did a few weeks back. You can find the Easter egg tutorial here.
Get the look - Spring Table
Here are some similar items you may like which will help you create a similar look at home.
Decorating the kitchen for spring doesn't need to cost a fortune. With a few simple touches, you can spruce up your kitchen and have it looking fresh and cosy for spring in no time, even on a budget!
I hope you enjoyed reading my tips for decorating the kitchen for spring. Don't forget to come back next week to see my farmhouse style spring tablescape. I've taken lots of beautiful photos of the tablescape, which is the reason why I'm sharing them in a separate post!
Next up on the 2022 spring home tour is Kristin of 'White Arrows Home'. You won't want to miss seeing Kristin's cosy cabin-style home in the Northwoods of Wisconsin. Kristin's beautiful home is so full of tradition, style and gorgeous vignettes that I think you might be there for a while!
Check out all of the beautiful homes on the 2022 spring home tour below.
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Beautiful spring home tours for 2022
Every day this week there will be a line-up of beautiful homes to tour. Check back every day as each tour goes live for more spring home decorating ideas!
Monday March 7th Lineup
Tuesday March 8th Lineup
Wednesday March 9th Lineup
Thursday March 10th Lineup
Friday March 11 Lineup
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