There is still plenty of time this season for a spring kitchen refresh. My changes are minimal but enough to celebrate the beauty of spring.
I have already blogged about my Easter brunch menu and my Easter table ideas and even did a small spring home tour. But I haven’t actually shared the little things I have done to refresh my kitchen for spring!
So being that this post is likely one of my last to be dedicated to spring decor for this year, I figured why not share the pretty little things that have been making me happy in my kitchen the last month ;).
I am also joining an incredible group of bloggers for this post to share anything and everything spring with you! If you are coming here from Rachel at The Ponds Farmhouse – welcome! I might sound like a broken record to those of you that have been around a while – but this blog is where you will find a little bit of EVERYTHING!
Why you ask? Because honestly- my talent lies in planning. A LOT. Like everything from parties to home improvement projects to vacations! And I decided I wanted a place to share all the things in my head with more than just my husband so a blog was the perfect solution for me!
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Okay – now about that spring kitchen refresh…
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Items to Use for a Spring Kitchen Refresh
When planning my Galentine’s Day party, I came across all sorts of pretty pink bowls. And I knew I would be able to keep them out all the way through April. Heck – they might even stay a bit into May. Actually – who am I kidding? They 100% will be out until mid-May but mainly out of laziness on my part…
Plus mid-May is when I will be bringing out everything I own for summer and all the patriotic holidays that will be here with a blink of our eyes!
Tulips & Mini Flowers
Yup – I know I have mentioned tulips in EVERY SINGLE SPRING POST I HAVE WRITTEN. But really – besides daffodils (which fyi are actually my favorite flower!) – does anything say spring more than tulips?
And there are some really really good faux options available nowadays! In fact – I personally like faux better than real because they don’t droop like real tulips do. And for the obvious reason that they just plain last the whole season!!
Spring Soaps & Soap Bottles
I have been using seasonal soaps for as long as I can remember. And Williams Sonoma is my go to for each season.
And last year, I discovered The Polished Jar’s gorgeous soap bottles to put my seasonal kitchen soaps in. My favorite from them is the white glass with a gold pump however I was just perusing their website and the French Modern Collection is pretty perfect for spring!!
The cake stand below that I use as a soap bottle tray has been a favorite of mine for years. I have it both the small and large sizes and use the large at pretty much every party I host ;).
Spring Dish Towels & Spatulas
And it wouldn’t be a complete Pasha is Home seasonal decor post without a mention of my seasonal towel and spatula collection. This collection is so big it actually takes up the entire cabinet above my microwave 😬.
But it brings me joy to change out my dish towels every couple of months so the loss of an entire kitchen cabinet is worth it to me!!
My bunny spatula below is honestly VERY old and clearly no longer available however I found one just as cute from Jo-Ann Fabrics that you can find here ;).
These simple tips on how to do a spring kitchen refresh were hopefully helpful to you in creating a beautiful space in your home the next month or two ;). With Easter less than two weeks away – I hope you are ready for a happy rest of the spring season!!
Don’t forget to head over to my friend Jen at Midwest Life and Style to see her post on how to make a spring fern wreath!! As well as check out all the rest of the bloggers at the bottom of this post ;).
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Spring: a reminder of how beautiful change can truly be.~Unknown
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