Snow, snow, go away! I’m trying to push away winter by adding bits of spring decorating throughout our home, and I went all out in our farmhouse kitchen nook. This week I’m joining some beautiful bloggers in the Seasons of Home Spring Tour … aka “Blooming with Color.” The weekly schedule is at the end of the post, so be sure to visit their pretty blogs for spring decorating and recipes.
When I think of spring color, I think pastels …
Especially pink! I’ve always been a pink kinda girl.
My inspiration for spring decorating in our farmhouse kitchen started with this vintage tablecloth.
Up close, you can see the tablecloth has a variety of pastel colors.
My aqua trimmed linen napkins match perfectly!
I added a burlap table runner to keep it from looking too sweet.
To add color to the runner, I added a few strips of colorful ribbon.
Vintage aqua bottles continue the pastel color scheme.
I love pink and blue blooms together. Especially in an aqua mason jar.
I have to be honest … sometimes I really struggle with what to put together.
And other times, like now, my head is overflowing with ideas.
I filled a second enamelware pitcher with another sprig of pink blossoms.
When I walk in our farmhouse kitchen in the morning, the efforts of my spring decorating makes me smile.
The pink pops against the white and lifts my spirits, making me forget about winter for the moment.
The big mirror in my kitchen reveals what’s on the other side of the room.
A couple days ago I shared the instructions for making the spring botanical print banner.
It adds a bit of spring decorating color to our built-in hutch.
Later this week I’ll share my spring decorating on the other side of my farmhouse kitchen.
Mismatched chairs add a bit of cottage charm.
Be sure to check out the other ladies on the tour this week.
Yellow Bliss Road
Liz Marie Blog
Town and Country Living
Finding Silver Pennies
Thoughts from Alice
Ella Claire Inspired
Rooms for Rent
Finally … there’s still time to enter the $300 Pottery Barn gift card giveaway!
Sharing at Wow Us Wednesday, Feathered Nest Friday