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5 Easy Ways to Freshen Your Kitchen Décor for Spring

Birds chirping, flowers blooming, sun shining – spring and all its beauty will be here before you know it!With the arrival of spring comes a sense of renewal, and the perfect time to make a few small changes around your home.

For décor lovers, it’s the ideal time to change up your décor for the coming season, and the kitchen is the perfect place to start! The kitchen is often the heart of the home, and the place where you spend most of your time. Having a space you love and want to go to day in and day out can make the world of difference. Your kitchen décor doesn’t have to be complicated either, it can be very simple while still creating a welcoming space to gather in the spring.

Read on as we share5 easy ways to freshen up your kitchen décor for spring:

    1) Bring in greenery

With spring comes the arrival of beautiful plants and flowers. Brighten up your kitchen with a fresh flower bouquet. If fresh flowers aren’t your thing, opt for some plants instead. Longer days meancertain plants will do better in your kitchen than they would in the winter. Try adding in some ferns, succulents or even some fresh herbs to your kitchen counter.

Short on space? Try adding in a wall planter or vertical garden to your space. You can still get the look of greenery in your kitchen without taking up a ton of much needed counterspace.

If you don’t have a green thumb or don’t like the idea of having fresh flowers and plants in your kitchen, then consider adding in some faux botanicals to your décor. There are plenty of options out there that look almost real that will still add a fresh look to your kitchen.

    2) Clean and tidy Your Space

Spring often brings to mind the idea of spring cleaning, and your kitchen is one of the best places to start. Try decluttering first before you clean so that you can really get into all the nooks and crannies. Remove everything from your countertops, then give them a good wipe down.

Looking for an easy and efficient cleaning routine?
  • Move all chairs and small furniture out of the room.
  • Shake out small rugs and leave them outside or in another room while you clean the floors.
  • Vacuum the floors well, getting into all the nooks and crannies.
  • Clear off all surfaces, removing any knick-knacks and small appliances. Take them out of the room, if possible, then clean and dust surfaces well.
  • Clean windows.
  • If you really want to get a good clean in your kitchen, also wipe down the windowsills, cabinet doors and sink.

When it’s time to put everything back, only put back the essentials – those items you use on a daily basis and find space in your cupboards for the rest. Even with just a bit of extra counterspace, you’ll feel like it’s a brand-new space!

    3) Add a pop of colour

It’s time to ditch those dark winter colours for a pop of colour, especially if you have a white or neutral coloured kitchen. Even the smallest addition of colour will go a long way in making your kitchen feel fresh, bright, and welcoming.

Colours like pink, yellow, green, blue, lavender and lilac are the most popular colours for brightening up your home and will add a gorgeous pop of spring colour to your space. If you really want to go big with colour, change up your furniture with coloured chairs or bar stools.

If you don’t want to commit to a lot of colour, a simple bowl of lemons, a brightly coloured tea towel or napkins will do the trick. You could also invest in a few brightly coloured bowls, mugs or a pretty coloured cake stand to add a pop of colour to your countertop.

    4) Bring in seasonal scents

There are certain scents that bring to mind certain seasons, and spring is no exception. Keep your scents bright and airy with notes of eucalyptus, jasmine, citrus and soft florals. Bring seasonal scents in through candles, diffusers, wax warmers or even soap. Also, consider changing up your cleaning supplies to bring in delightful spring scents.

Make your scents the centerpiece of your kitchen table or countertop by placing the candle on a wooden cutting board, in a shallow bowl or on a pretty pastel cake stand. Add accessories like a wick cutter and snifter to complete the look.

You can also welcome in fresh natural scents by leaving windows and screen doors open. As spring gets into full swing, let the breeze flow through your home for a natural scent.

    5) Change up your tea towels

The tea towel is an important part of your kitchen décor and one that can be easily changed from season to season. Change your tea towels every few months to add in new colours and patterns and get rid of older tea towels that may be full of holes or stains.

Spring tea towels, with whimsical art, are an easy and inexpensive way to add a bit of colour and fun to your neutral space. Make your tea towels a centrepiece of your kitchen décor by hanging them over your range handle or by placing them on your kitchen counter. If you’re looking for gorgeous, whimsical tea towels, then check out Studio on Tenth. Their selection of tea towelsare made with French stone washed linen and are adorned with charming prints from Emma Pyle Art. Her prints include images of birds and animals reminiscent of a beautiful spring day, which make them a wonderful addition to your kitchen décor.

As you can see, a few simple changes in your kitchen can make the world of difference and can really breathe new life into your tired kitchen. Adding in some pops of colour, doing some spring cleaning, and adding in some whimsical art can really refresh your kitchen and create a beautiful space that will have you dreaming of warm spring days.



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