Sharing simple spring kitchen decor ideas
These challenges are great for everyone to borrow a few ideas for our own kitchens.
If you are stopping by Niky’s spring kitchen welcome to Everyday Edits. My name is Laura. Here’s a peek at my spring kitchen. Hard to believe we had snow last week.
Here is Marly’s inspirational kitchen for this month’s Pinterest Challenge.
Let’s take a look at what Marly has on her kitchen counters:
- serving boards
- floral stems
- stacked plates
- a cake plate for accessories
- fresh fruit & flowers
- dish towel
I love the simple elements she has on her counters. Like I said I make too many messes to have to clean up the kitchen decor. My husband rarely weighs in on my decor choices (smart man), but he does believe in less is more on the kitchen counters.
I tend to agree with him except my addiction to Homegoods tends to derail my plans for simple.
SIMPLE SPRING KITCHEN DECOR
I start with my favorites. This little lemon tree plant (from Target two summers ago) gets the most comments from friends. It is up from April through August.
But after snapping this photo behind the kitchen sink I moved the lemon tree to the kitchen island. Oh and that charger I found at my favorite decor store in Knoxville.
This is as close as I will get to stacked plates. ;0)
And it was that move that I decided to focus on the space behind our new cast iron sink for this month’s Pinterest Challenge. If you have a corner sink you know how valuable the counter space is behind the sink.
I switched the lemon tree for longer stems in the corner between these two windows. The height of the stems draws your eye to the windows and the backyard (and on some days bear cubs, coyotes and bobcats. Oh my!
I ordered these petite potted plants. At first, I thought they were too small, but it turns out they are perfect for my kitchen. With a north-facing kitchen, I love a faux plant for some much-needed greenery. I shared this little guy on Instagram last week.
I ordered five so there are a few popping up in my kitchen.
That cookbook is my favorite. You may know her husband, it’s under $16 now and I use it more than any other cookbook.
Thanks for stopping by today. Please pin for later!