I know some of you are still in the midst of full-on winter. But I also know that around this time every year I start thinking about spring, so I imagine it’s the same for a lot of you!
Spring decor, spring blooms, garden planning, and sunshine are starting to bubble up in my imagination. And though it’s too early to do much garden planning yet (mine is a bare mess right now!), it’s not too early for some simple spring styling with a few flowers and some vignettes in the kitchen!
Today I’m joining my friend Lory at Designthusiasm for her Spring Home Style Series, and we’re all sharing a bit of spring decorating. So whether you’re still deep in snow, thawed out already, or somewhere in between, you’re sure to be inspired.
For my spring decorating, I started with flowers. I know, kind of a shock, right?! 😉 You all know how much of a flowers girl I am, and I just can’t imagine trying to bring in some spring inspiration without them.
I went looking for flowers that were different than the soft pink I used for Valentine’s Day. To be honest, I actually really wanted lavender but it’s too early for that! So I went with some stock in a purplish-pink tone.
Some hydrangeas and ornamental kale mixed with the stock and dropped in a vintage bucket created just the casual spring look I was going for.
Plants are also something I love to bring in in the spring. They add so much energy to a space, there’s just nothing like them!
A little maidenhair fern adds some life to a corner of the kitchen. I also brought out my vintage egg holder ~ I love this and bring it out almost every spring or Easter!
On the kitchen table I created a little spring vignette with two pitchers of flowers, a French bread board and a little nest with faux eggs.
I love using these little eggs! I sprinkle them around every spring ~ and they stay out all the way through Easter. They come in several different sizes and colors, so you can mix and match and use them pretty much anywhere.
Whenever I share this bucket on Instagram I always get a ton of questions about it! It’s a French vintage bucket that I got at a local antiques shop, but I’ve found almost the exact same one on Etsy! And there is a great reproduction on Williams Sonoma, too.
It’s amazing what a little greenery and some flowers can do for your mood – and a room! Just bringing in a touch of simple spring decorating has definitely brightened up the space.
And now I’m excited for spring! I can’t wait for April showers, budding flowers in the garden, fresh berries, and a little more sunshine.
I hope you enjoyed this simple spring styling ~ and that it gave you some ideas for bringing in some early spring to your own home! If you’re interested in some of the items featured in this post, I’ve sourced them below!
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Please be sure to visit some of my friends who are also sharing their spring mantel and vignette posts below:
Designthusiasm | On Sutton Place | Shabbyfufu
Maison de Cinq | StoneGable | Southern Hospitality
Town n Country Living | My 100 Year Old Home | Sanctuary Home Decor
Rooms for Rent | Craftberry Bush
If you enjoyed this post, you might want to check out some of my past spring decor ideas!
Love your kitchen and your flower arrangements. Would you mind sharing your wall paint color?
Hi Sherry and thanks so much! My wall color here is Muslin (Benjamin Moore) though we’ve repainted since this photo and it’s now Edgecomb Grey at 50%, also Benjamin Moore. Hope that helps!
I too am a “flower girl” and love having something so beautiful and fragrant in my home. The spring birds are singing, where I am, though there is still a chill in the air. I started to clean my flowerbeds out yesterday. Spring is coming! Thank you for the links. I have a large nest, but these littles are so cute. I love the blue eggs to match my decor, and they are on sale right now. Happy almost spring, Sheila!
Ooh you’re so good – cleaning out the flower beds and planting more is definitely on my list over here! And I’m glad you found the links helpful, too. Those nests and eggs are truly one of my favorite things to use for spring and I was so happy to find a few right now!
Thanks for stopping by Jeanine!
Soft, beautiful and stunning, as always! Your décor is beautiful! Thanks for the inspiration for spring.
Good morning Jeanne and thank you so much for your sweet comment!