The colors of Easter speak to my love language. There’s something about those pastel blues, pinks, yellows and greens that bring a smile to my face with just one look. It’s no wonder I absolutely love decorating for Easter and spring. Stop by the lake today and check out my Easter kitchen decorations. I hope you find inspiration for simple and beautiful Easter decor for your own kitchen!
For someone who loves parties, I wonder why I’m always late to them! I mean really, Tiffany (that’s me in case you’re wondering).
Easter is one week from this Sunday and I’m just now getting around to sharing with you my kitchen Easter decorations.
I really need to get better at this!
I contemplated even creating this post for you today but then decided my Easter kitchen decor was too cute and fun not to share. I just couldn’t help myself!
So here’s what I’m hoping:
- That there are some of you out there who have yet to decorate for Easter and could really use some inspiration to help you along with the process.
- There are others of you who may have some decorations up but this post inspires you to get a few more pieces of Easter decor to bring your whole look together.
- And finally, that I might trigger some creative juices in some of you who want to maybe change up your Easter decor for next year. Then, when Easter is over, you can head out to the stores and save 75% or more on new pieces for next year!
Hopefully, I sold you on why this post is perfect for you…Wink! Wink!
Simple and Beautiful Easter Decor For Your Kitchen
Note: I tried my absolute best to link to the items I purchased within the post. Unfortunately, some items are no longer available or can’t be purchased online. If you need any help finding a piece for your own home, feel free to reach out to me and I’ll do my best to help you in any way I can.
My kitchen/dining room area is probably my favorite space in our entire home. It’s the place I spend the most time in and where you’ll find me working on my blog, cooking, or making a cup of coffee on the daily!
Because I’m in this space of my home so much, I always want it to look beautiful and clean. No exaggeration, I probably go through at least a ¼ of a roll of paper towel each day just wiping down my countertops. One little water drop after washing my dishes is one drop too many in my book.
I really take pride in my kitchen and I want it looking as pretty as possible! Most of my decorating in terms of the holidays and different seasons take place in this area first. My theory is I might as well have a fabulous space to look at if I’m going to be in here ALL THE TIME. Do you feel me?!
So without further ado, let’s get started with My Kitchen Easter Decor reveal.
First stop is our dining room table. Funny thing. This table always looks spectacular and ready for guests, but the reality is we only ever use it for holidays or when guests are over.
Just curious if I’m alone in this or do you actually use this area in your house for what it’s intended for?!
We’ll start with a close up of my table settings. I’m all about layering as you can tell from the picture.
My place setting includes a wicker placement, topped with a beautiful teal charger, fresh and clean white dinner plate, teal napkin, pink transparent salad plate, and an adorable succulent.
You’ll notice that the two heads of the table are missing the pink transparent salad plates and also have different succulents on them. It might be personal preference but I enjoy having the ends of the table be just a tad bit different. I think it makes them stand out a little more. Again, just my opinion. You do you!
Down the center of the table is a gorgeous table runner I found at World Market. I’m pretty much obsessed with it in case you were wondering.
Sitting on top of the beautiful spring table runner is a pink floral arrangement I purchased from Kirkland’s for a simple Easter centerpiece.
On either side of the Easter floral centerpiece, I placed tiny cake pedestals found in the Dollar Spot area of Target. I purchased one teal and one pink pedestal and topped each with a tiny spring-inspired nest I found at Old Time Pottery.
I’m literally ecstatic at the end result of my dining room Easter tablescape.
Doesn’t it just make your heart smile?!
With the table out of the way, let’s move over to my favorite area in my entire kitchen space, the bar!
We had this bar custom made for us when we moved into our lake house. We were lucky to have a friend who was a carpenter and he did all the work for us. It definitely comes in handy for us when entertaining and adds that little something special to our kitchen.
Because of its grand size, it doubles as a coffee bar and regular bar area for us.
I’ve recently been pinning a ton of inspiration from Pinterest to help me transform this space for the holidays. All the ideas out there are quickly making this my favorite place to spruce up for the different seasons.
I’m giddy over the tin heart display I found at Hobby Lobby for my bar shelf. The three hearts are all one piece. I decided to add some spring colored flowers inside each of them to bring in the pastel Easter colors. The small buckets were found in the Dollar Spot at Target. The simple “Happy Easter” sign was purchased at Kirkland’s.
The coffee bar side houses our Keurig, a smaller shelf for coffee mugs, and a two-tiered wire basket to hold all our coffee supplies. You’ll also notice three canisters that we use to hold our loose coffee, tea bags, and hot chocolate packets.
I love finding small, flat plates to place in front of my Keurig as a spoon rest. This little bunny plate was found at Michaels. The towel it’s sitting on is from the Dollar Spot from Target. Isn’t it the cutest little kitchen towel, ever?
And because I’m a proud mom, I had to display the new birthday mug I received as a birthday present from my son, Zach. Doesn’t it make your heart melt? He got it at Target in case you were wondering along with the creamer that he is swearing by this Easter season!
The two-tiered wire basket (similar but not exact same linked) holds everything from sugar to Splenda to Sweet & Low to shakers of cinnamon to add to your coffee or tea. The mason jars on the top shelf are filled with loose teas from Teavana.
The white canister on the counter was a Target purchase and the two glass ones were from Joann Fabrics. For the glass canisters, I used my Cricut machine to cut out labels from teal vinyl to place on them.
There is also a selection of straws that double as actual straws and stirrers for coffee or cocktails. The wicker carrot was a Joann Fabric find!
Directly in the center of the bar is a wreath I put together. The diamond-shaped greenery was a purchase from Joann’s. I found the centerpiece at Michaels and placed it in the middle of the wreath to give it some much-needed color. I’m pretty happy with the way it turned out!
On the bar side, I have a few more Easter decorations. The white pitcher was a purchase from Target and I filled it with fake white tulips (from Amazon) and some more colorful flowers from Old Time Pottery. You’ll notice another wicker carrot from Joann’s sticking out of the floral arrangement.
The cute bunny ear cutting board was another purchase from the Dollar Spot in Target.
The beautiful white cake pedestal is from Home Goods. I simply placed a decorative kitchen towel on top of it and added a bowl of pastel-colored Easter eggs to finish the look.
The “Hoppy Easter” blocks were purchased about 15 years ago and I can’t quite remember from where…sorry! They have different letters on each side and are interchangeable for all the holidays. The small white bunny was from Target.
Last, but definitely not least, are my precious Easter and spring kitchen towels from Target. These towels are the only decorations I put in the actual kitchen because I’m all about having clear countertops.
And with that, less than two weeks before Easter, I share with you my simple and beautiful Easter decor for your kitchen. I hope this gives you some fun Easter decor ideas for your own home and inspires you to get decorating. Thanks for stopping by the lake and let me know what you think about my Fun Easter Kitchen Decor in the comments.
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