Since spring isn’t quite like Christmas, with access to so many decor items, I tend to keep it pretty simple. I adore white flowers, and I try to have them as a focal point. I especially love the crisp green of the leaves mixed with the bright white flowers.
I’ve also started bringing out some blue and white items for spring. Their colors are so fresh and crisp, and really help to lighten up the space. Here on the counter I gathered several types of white flowers in both new and reproduction ironstone pitchers.
|My kitchen hood mantel is one of my favorite places to style. I love to change it up with the seasons. Here I used an antique blue and white transferware platter with white ironstone pitchers.|
|White tulips, a little nest under a cloche, and a blue and white platter from Sur la Table, similar here and here.|
|A runner from Home Goods adds a little more blue and white to the room. The dough bowl is a “new” antique and I love styling it!|
Another item that I’m in love with for spring is lavender. Simple, bought from the hardware store or Trader Joe’s, lavender. Though I usually only like white flowers, in spring I do love the soft purple flowers and the smell! Here I added it to this adorable planter from Target.
|Faux eggs are from World Market and the nests are from Amazon. Vintage silver pedestal dishes.|
|Eggs from PB again, nest is Home Goods, and the cloche, silver plate, and silver cup are all vintage.|
|Tulips in an antique ironstone tureen.|
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