Easter Decorating in the Kitchen

A couple of weeks ago, I shared some early spring decorating in the kitchen. Because spring hadn’t nearly arrived yet, and because Easter was still so far away, it felt a little early to bring out the bunnies at that point. But not now! This week I couldn’t resist bringing out just a few! So today I’m sharing some simple but festive ideas for Easter decorating. I don’t ever want to go too crazy or “themed” with my decor, but it’s such a cheerful season that I love bringing a touch into the house each year.

So, a bunny or two, some eggs, and of course, spring flowers! I’ve added all of these to the kitchen for some easy Easter decorating. And I’m joining some blogging friends who are also sharing their Easter decor and entertaining ideas, so be sure to scroll to the bottom to see what everyone is sharing!


Easter decorating ideas pink flowers rustic bucket bunny candy mold

One of my favorite things to bring out each year is this vintage bunny chocolate mold. These molds are made of tin and were used up until about the 1960s when they switched over to plastic – which is definitely not as charming! You can find dozens of them on both Etsy and Ebay, in all kinds of price ranges. I’d love to get more and do a little grouping on the counter next year!


Easter decorating white farmhouse kitchen pink flowers bunnies eggs french country style

Easter decorating white hydrangeas cutting boards vintage scaleOn the counter I added some faux and real quail eggs to my vintage scale. I love the Robin’s egg blue ones!


Easter decorating vintage white scale with easter eggs vignette spring decor

Easter decorating egg wreath white kitchen range mantel decor white subway tile farmhouse kitchenThe wreath adds just the right Easter touch. I love the pastel colors!


Easter decorating pink spring flowers in vintage rustic bucket white farmhouse kitchenThis vintage bucket is one of my favorite things to add flowers to (using different and unusual vessels is something I talked about in my All about Decorating with Flowers post). I love the contrast of the dainty florals against the rustic bucket!


Easter decorating white flowers easter eggs in basket glass cloche with nestOver on the console table, I created a little vignette with a cloche over a nest, a vintage basket filled with more faux eggs, and the vintage urn I used in last week’s spring tablescape.


Easter decorating white flowers in vintage urn easter eggs in basket spring vignette french countryI just adore this vintage basket! The eggs are faux and were from Pottery Barn last year, but I found very similar ones here.


Easter decorating white flowers in vintage urn nest with eggs spring decor vignette french countryAnd I always put the little nests around the house in several places. I love them – and nothing says spring more than these do!


Easter decorating white farmhouse kitchen with spring flowers in rustic bucket french country

Easter decorating white french farmhouse kitchen flowers in bucket

Easter decorating pink flowers in rustic vintage bucket bunny mold french country style kitchen


Here’s to the arrival of some slightly warmer weather! We aren’t exactly lying by the pool here yet, but at least it hasn’t been pouring the past few days. Hope you’re starting to get some spring weather wherever you are!



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Don’t forget to visit my friends who are sharing their Easter decor and entertaining ideas below!


Ella Claire | Julie Blanner | Inspired by Charm | Rooms for Rent | Maison de Cinq


My Sweet Savannah | French Country Cottage | Boxwood Avenue | Zevy Joy | Craftberry Bush


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  1. Hi Shiela, I love your home, it is so beautiful. Thank you for sharing where to find all these wonderful products. I love the wall decor in your dining area. It looks like carved wood,or embossed metal maybe. Do you have any suggestions as to where I might be able to find it or something close to it? Thank you so much. I appreciate your talent.

    1. Hi Andrea and thank you for your kind words! That wall piece is not wood but looks like wood and I bought it at Home Goods years ago. Unfortunately, I’ve never been able to find it again, nor have I found anything even close! Believe me if I do I will link it because you are not the first person to ask!

      Thanks again for all your sweet compliments and for stopping by! So glad you’re here. 🙂


  2. I love your lovely country decor Sheila, specially that cloche with the bird’s nest… inspiring.
    My house it’s not country at all, but can get away with this adorable decor in the breakfast room and kitchen.
    Thanks for sharing.

    1. How nice of you to say Fabby! I’m so glad you were inspired 🙂

      Thanks for stopping by!


  3. So gorgeous as usual Sheila! I always find inspiration here. I am always pinning from your blog! I would love for you to come over and link up any of your beautiful posts with us at Thursday Favorite Things! The party is live now through Saturday at midnight EST.

    Have a great weekend!

    1. Thanks so much Amber! I’ll pop over and link up for sure 😉


  4. I always love how you decorate and your Easter decor is just perfect! Thanks for linking up to Best of the Weekend. You were one of my features this week! Hope you are doing well – have a wonderful weekend!

    1. Aww thanks so much Shelley – so appreciate that!

      happy spring!


  5. Shelia P. says:

    Hi Sheila! I just love how you decorate, simple yet elegant at the same time. Your posts just really inspire me! Spring is my favorite time of year here in the South, before it gets too suffocatingly hot, lol. Really enjoyed this post, thank you! Have a great day! 😊

    1. Aww that is SO kind – thank you Shelia! There’s nothing I love hearing more than that I succeeded in walking the line between simple and elegant, so thank you so much! And it means a lot to hear you’ve been inspired in some way 🙂

      Happy Spring (sooner rather than later I hope!)


  6. Your dining table centerpiece is dreamy!! Everything is so cozy and beautiful… fingers crossed that spring finds you (all of us!) soon!

    1. Oh yes Laura, I am COUNTING the days!! We’ve had some sun but still unseasonably cold for So Cal! Thank you so much for your kind words – I so appreciate you stopping by!

      Happy Spring (soon)!


  7. Barbara C. says:


    This may be my first time posting, but I often read your blog. Love your spring/Easter decorating–I’m going to use some of your ideas. Thank you.


    1. Aww I can’t tell you how happy this makes me!! Love hearing from my readers Barbara, and I’m so happy that you were inspired! Thank you!!