Spring is in the air! Can you smell it?! It’s been kind of chilly in Arizona lately, but I always love the cooler weather. This week I spent some time getting my kitchen area in the spring spirit. I did a little Pinterest-ing beforehand and found a few spring decor staples I wanted to include in my home: lemons, lambs ears, and yellow. I already have some blues in my decor, so I thought the yellow would compliment it nicely.
Come on in and take a tour through my 2018 spring decor! It’s mighty fresh. 🙂
The Kitchen Table
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I love repurposing decor around my house. This butcher block has been on my kitchen island for the past year, but I decided to move it to the kitchen table. I love how it contrasts with the white runner!
I also debated on whether to use real lemons or fake. I figured I’d have this decor up (possibly) through summer, so I decided to invest in some fake ones. I bought two bags at Hobby Lobby using the online 40% off coupon, but they’re also available here on Amazon for $12.
The Kitchen Island
I kept seeing three-tiered serving stands on Pinterest and I LOVED them! I was so excited when I found one at Hobby Lobby that was 50% off. Hollaaaa! I spruced it up with some fruit, greenery, and a few other knick-knacks. This serving stand is also available on Amazon.
I found my lamb’s ears at Hobby Lobby, but they’re also available on Amazon here.
Side & Buffet Table
Every season I look forward to drawing a new design on this chalkboard. I like to get inspiration from Pinterest, then tie in the other decor around it!
See those pretty wood rounds? I bought them from someone on Facebook last fall and I just can’t decide what to do with them. Until then, they make a great little stand! I think I should have bought a bunch more! 🙂
Well, that’s all for now, friends! I hope this gave you a little inspiration to freshen up your decor for the spring season. I’m glad I did!