Styled For Spring Home Tour – Our Kitchen

Good Morning friends and I am grateful to have you here with me today as I open up our kitchen all ready as part of the Styled for Spring Home Tour!

Welcome to those of you who are visiting from my sweet friend Lucy at Craftberry Bush. Lucy’s talent is breathtaking and I always enjoy seeing how she decorates through the seasons. A very big thank you to our hosts Randi from Randi Garrett Designs and Jennifer from Decor Gold Designs!

I am excited to share how taking some simple steps with the kitchen give it that vibrant feeling of Springtime. The kind that makes you want to breath in the fresh air, open the windows and sit back for the choir of chirping birds outside.

I don’t make huge changes overall, but budget friendly and quick ones that easily turn the space around.

When transitioning our space from the cold months to the ideals of Spring, I really started craving some soft pops of color. This year you will be seeing some tones of pink and blue and of course my favorite neutrals ;).

Just like the season itself, new life emerges from the stillness of Winter – it is a different kind of magical season.

Of course I like to use what we already have and let it evolve to fit the time of year we are in.

I know that the fresh bloom of the season is greeted by fragrant flowers and festive Farmer’s Markets. Oh do I LOVE Farmer’s Markets. I get to take my woven bag and fill it up with all kinds of goodies. The selection of florals is incomparable as are the fruits and veggies.

We often ooh and ahh over the size of berries and veggies that surround booth after booth. Even though Farmer’s Markets aren’t quite happening right now (where we live) they are coming soon and there are some wonderful ways to use these delights as part of your decor.

Flowers make any space come alive. They look pretty in sinks, baskets and of course vases. In this case I even used an antique pitcher.

I sprinkle them around our kitchen as they make me smile any time I get a glimpse.

Then there are the special ingredients that make our homes inviting and call us to stay and visit.

Those juicy blueberries get folded into flaky scones and turn a sunny morning even brighter. I seem to be catching my littles dipping their fingers into the bowl for a taste or ten, ha!

Using produce and flowers to fill it are the details that make it all special.

This season carries hope, it delivers joy and it leaves us with promise. I treasure this season and all it has to offer, striving to enjoy all those beautiful gifts it yields.

Thank you very much for being here today. Don’t forget to visit my amazing friend Kathleen at Lindsay Hill Interiors. She has a kitchen that I have long admired its’ pretty details and I am always inspired by the colors she uses with her designs! Here is a peek down below which includes today’s entire tour!

Lindsay Hill Interiors

Sunny Side Up

Just a Girl and Her Blog

CC + Mike

Dimples & Tangles


Randi Garrett Design

French Country Cottage

Thistlewood Farms

Decor Gold Designs

So Much Better With Age

Craftberry Bush

Here are both week’s linked for you to go and see all the spring beauty!

1 | French Country Cottage 2| Dimples and Tangles 3| Stone Gable

4| Randi Garrett Design 5| Craftberry Bush

6| Thistle Wood Farms 7| Zevy Joy 8| Decor Gold Designs 9| So Much Better With Age

10| Lindsay Hill Interiors 11| The Sunnyside Up Blog 12| CC & Mike 13| Just a Girl and Her Blog

Below are the participants in Week #2 – Bedroom, Dining and Living Room Spring Decor…

1| Decor Gold Designs 2| Shabby Fufu 3| Life on Virginia Street

4| Randi Garrett Design 5| Maison de Pax 6| Eleven Gables

7| Know How She Does It 8| A Thoughtful Place 9| The Leslie Style



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  1. hello. I normally do not comment but this post deserves a comment. it is beautiful how you style and those scones look delectable! is the recipe on the blog? Love, love, love. what an inspiration!

    1. Carmen thank you so much and I am flattered that you did take the time to share! These were actually from a simple mix I found at the store with some fresh blueberries (Fisher’s Original scone mix I believe) – so easy and they are the best! Again thank you so much for stopping by – have a wonderful weekend ahead!

  2. Annie this is just beautiful! I love how you added fresh pops of spring to welcome spring. You have such a gift for finding beauty in simplicity. Happy spring my sweet friend! xo

    1. Randi that is the sweetest compliment, thank you dear friend – I am headed your way to enjoy your gorgeous as always spring tour! xo

  3. Just so beautiful Annie!! I always love your gorgeous styling! And your florals never fail to amaze me! Love it all!!

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